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 2002

Mentor: Hugh McIntyre, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Effects of Osmotrophy on Growth and Pigmentation in Storeatula major

Mentor: Christopher Rowe, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: The Effects of Contaminated Sediments on Energy Allocation in the Grass Shrimp Palaemonetes pugio

Mentor: Diane Stoecker, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: The Effects of Toxicity on Microzooplankton Grazing of the Dinoflagellate Karlodinium micrum

Mentor: William Boicourt, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: A Model for Nutrient Pathways in the Choptank River

Mentor: Roberta Marinelli, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: The Effect of Increased Porewater Ammonium Concentrations on Infaunal Recruitment in Shallow Water

Mentor: Elka Porter, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: The Effect of Bivalve Suspension Feeders (Mercenaria mercenaria) on Zooplankton Dynamics in Mesocosms with Tidal Resuspension and Realistic Water Column Turbulence

Mentor: Michael Kemp, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Biogeochemical Cycling in Seagrass Beds: Case Studies in Florida Bay, FL and Chincoteague Bay, VA

Mentor: Ian Davidson, Ph.D.

Location: Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Project Title: Heat Shock Expression in Zostera marina (Eelgrass) at Different Water Temperatures

Mentor: Evamaria Koch, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: The Demise and Recovery of a Seagrass Habitat Following a Barrier Island Overwash

Mentor: Gerdhardt Riedel, Ph.D.

Location: Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Project Title: The Use of Stable Isotopes to Determine the Uptake of Cadmium from Three Different Uptake Pathways on the Estuarine Fish Fundulus heteroclitus

Mentor: Marie Bundy, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Relative Significance of Suspended Sediment and Predation in the Shaping of Acartia tonsa Vertical Distribution/Migration Patterns

Mentor: Larry Sanford, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Characterizing Suspended Sediments in the Estuarine Turbidity Maximum Zone of the Chesapeake Bay

Mentor: Robert Ulanowicz, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Quantifying the Complexity of Flow Networks: How Many Roles Are There?

Class of 2001

Mentor: Thomas Miller, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: The effect of Small-Scale Turbulence on the Feeding Success of the Non-Visual Predator, Mnemiopsis leidyi

Mentor: Rodger Harvey, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Bacterial Mediation of Dissolved Organic Matter and Protein Degradation in Estuarine Waters

Mentor: Denise Breitburg, Ph.D.

Location: Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Project Title: The Effect of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation on Callinectes sapidus Predation of Mya arenaria

Mentor: Evamaria Koch, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Epiphytic Algae as UV Filters on Leaves of the Seagrasses Zostera marina L. and Ruppia maritime L.

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