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In Spring 2005, UMCES hired Troy Keller to be a Water Quality Analyst, a position located at the Chesapeake Bay Program Office in Annapolis, MD. In this position, he will provide technical statistical and other analytical capabilities to the Nontidal Water Quality Workgroup. Troy came to us from the St. John's River Water Management District, where he served as an Environmental Scientist. Troy's degrees include a BA in Zoology from Ohio Wesleyan University, an MS in Biology from the University of Michigan, and a doctorate in Biology from the University of Michigan. Troy's interests outside of work include: kayaking, bicycling, hiking, running, and playing ultimate frisbee and soccer. Please join us in welcoming Troy to UMCES.
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