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Constance Sartor

Constance Sartor has written 2 posts for oceanbites

Caffeinated Seas: Unique Tracers for Wastewater-borne Contaminants

In the Long Island Sound estuary, researchers are using your coffee byproducts (caffeine, sucralose) to study pharmaceutical contaminants from wastewater treatment facilities. Constance SartorI am a Master’s student at the University of Guam. My current research interests are coral transcriptomics, microbiome characterization, and spatial epidemiology. I am also an artist and enjoy painting conservation-minded murals […]

Can Firefighting Strategies Save the Corals?

Coral reefs provide many ecosystem services, but are dying at an alarming rate due to stressors such as disease. Find out how scientists are beta-testing disease mitigation techniques derived from firefighting. Constance SartorI am a Master’s student at the University of Guam. My current research interests are coral transcriptomics, microbiome characterization, and spatial epidemiology. I […]

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