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Auburn Professor, Former Student Awarded National Science Foundation Grant to Study New Hawaiian Habitats
May 28, 2020
AUBURN, Alabama, May 28 -- Auburn University issued the following news article:

Auburn University Professor and Chair of Biological Sciences Scott Santos and his former graduate student, Justin Havird, recently received a two-year, $90,055 Rapid Response Research award from the National Science Foundation, or NSF, to study new habitats on the island of Hawaii.

When the volcano Kilauea erupted in Hawaii in 2018, the outpouring of lava created new, unusual habitats on the . . .

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