Madeline Reinsel

Madeline Reinsel
  • Research Assistant, Keck Environmental Field Lab

About Madeline Reinsel

Madeline Reinsel is the Research Assistant at the Keck Environmental Field Lab on Lake Matoaka. In addition to conducting field and lab research, she works on programming and outreach for the Environment & Sustainability Program. She graduated from UVA in 2018 with a BS in Environmental Sciences.

Posts by Madeline Reinsel

Clear as Mud: W&M geologists use Lake Matoaka sediment to refine charcoal classification system

A group of William & Mary researchers from the Department of Geology and the Environment & Sustainability program have found that microscopic charcoal pieces

Researcher Profile: Geology Professor Dom Ciruzzi studies interactions between trees and the water cycle

Dom Ciruzzi has spent a lot of time watching trees move. More accurately, he’s spent a lot of time measuring tree “sway”: tiny sideways

Student Summer Research Spotlight: Living Shorelines

Erosion and sea level rise have dramatic consequences on shorelines throughout the Chesapeake Bay region. Usually, property owners stabilize their shorelines with bulkheads, revetments

W&M Team Hatches an Escape Plan for Diamondback Terrapins

William & Mary ’24 Biology major Lindsey Dillard isn’t afraid of being pinched by blue crabs. Growing up, she spent many of her summers

They’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat: W&M Biology Majors Survey Lake Matoaka’s Turtle Community

How many turtles are in Lake Matoaka, and what impacts do they have on the lake’s ecosystem? This question is the subject of a