Science Serving Maryland's Coasts

Our Students and Their Research

 

You may search for students by class year and keywords found in the student's name, university, project title or abstract. Our first class was in 1989.

Class of 2004

Mentor: Byron Crump, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Estuarine Bacterioplankton Metabolism and Diversity Across a Seasonal Oxygen Gradient

Mentor: Michael Kemp, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Nutrient Cycling and Biogeochemistry of Sediments Inhabited by Two Contrasting Submersed Plant Species

Class of 2003

Mentor: Michael Roman, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Grazing Habits of Eurytemora affinis and Acartia tonsa in Turbid and Non-Turbid Environments

Mentor: Carys Mitchelmore, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Evaluating DNA Damage in the Blue Crab (Callinectes sapidus) Collected from the Chesapeake Bay and its Tributaires Using the Comet Assay

Mentor: Roberta Marinelli, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: The Impact of Ammonium on the Hrowth of Arenicola cristata Within Light and Dark Treatments

Mentor: Evamaria Koch, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Linking Oysters and Seagrasses: Using Breakwaters as an Analogue to Oyster Reefs

Mentor: Michael Kemp, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: The Biogeochemistry of Plant-Sediment Interactions in Contrasting Ruppia maritima Beds

Mentor: Roger Newell, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Use of Fluorescent Particles to Determine the Zone of Oyster Biodeposition Under Field Conditions

Mentor: David Secor, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Epifaunal Feeding Ecology of the Lined Seahorse, Hippocampus erectus, in Selected Locations in the Chesapeake Bay

Mentor: Lawrence W. Harding, Jr., Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Flow Cytometric Indicators of Phytoplankton in the Chesapeake Bay.

Mentor: Jeffrey Cornwell, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: The Influence of Microphytobenthos on Resuspension in Shallow Estuaries: A Comparison Between the Florida and Chesapeake Bays

Mentor: Gerdhardt Riedel, Ph.D.

Location: Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Project Title: Trace Mercury Uptake by Spartina alterniflora in Mesocosm Simulating Capping, Marsh Restoration, and Phytoremediation.

Mentor: Marcelino Suzuki, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Development of a Novel Approach to Determine the Effects of Protist Grazing on Marine Bacterial Diversity

Mentor: Joel Baker, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Binding Capabilities of Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) to Dissolved Organic Carbon and Chesapeake Bay Sediment

Mentor: Denise Breitburg, Ph.D.

Location: Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Project Title: The Distribution of Zooplankton and Phytoplankton as a Food Source for Gelatinous Zooplankton In Sites Within Small Inlets and the Mainstem of the Patuxent River

Mentor: Larry Sanford, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Characterization of Suspended Particle Settling Epeeds in the Upper Chesapeake Bay Estuarine Turbidity Maximum

Class of 2002

Mentor: Donald Meritt, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Mortality Index Determination for Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea virginica, Seed Transport

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