Rutgers Marine Sciences was well represented at the recent Delaware Estuary Science Summit in Cape May, NJ. Ben Horton was an invited keynote speaker to speak about his research on sea level rise. One of his messages to the audience was that “It takes 10,000 years to form the Antarctic ice sheet and 50 years to undo it”. Daphne Munroe, who also attended, was well represented by her students: Mike Acquafredda, Sarah Borsetti and Joe Caracappa all presented great student posters about their work on surfclams, oyster spat and blue crab larvae. Joe was awarded best student poster for the conference – congrats Joe!