Spring 2010


Chris Bocast and Tina Wolbers join the ASC.

Program and People News

Chris Bocast, another new project assistant, is drawing on his dual interests in sound and the environment to create podcasts about mercury-related research. Bocast, a longtime San Francisco resident originally from Los Angeles, is researching acoustic ecology as a doctoral student in the Nelson Institute’s Environment and Resources program. He earned an M.A. degree in American studies from the University of Texas at Austin.

Tina Wolbers has joined the ASC team as a project assistant, working with Assistant Director for Research and Outreach Jim Hurley. Wolbers, originally from Minneapolis, is a first-year graduate student in the Water Resources Management program in the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at UW-Madison. She earned a B.S. degree in biology from Lawrence University in 2009. Wolbers will be working on climate change-related projects.









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