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 2000

Mentor: Denise Breitburg, Ph.D.

Location: Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Project Title: Effects of Varying Salinity Stress on Fecundity, Survivorship and Population Dynamics of the Calaniod Copepod Eurytemora affinis

Mentor: Christopher Rowe, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Investigation of the Effects of Contaminated Sediments on Three Species of Estuarine Macro-Invertebrates

Mentor: Edward Houde, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Spatial Distribution of Adult Copepods and Cladocera In and Around the Chesapeake Bay Estuarine Turbidity Maximum

Mentor: Michael Roman, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Effects of Harmful Algal Blooms on the Reproductive Success and Somatic Growth of Acartia tonsa in the Chesapeake Bay

Mentor: Diane Stoecker, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Grazing on Gyrodinium galatheanum and Prorocentrum minimum by Microzooplankton in the Chesapeake Bay

Mentor: Evamaria Koch, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Impact of Breakwater Induced Sediment Deposition on Submerged Aquatic Vegetation

Mentor: Marie Bundy, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Uptake of Trace Metals from Suspended Sediments by the Calanoid Copepod Eurytemora affinis

Class of 1999

Mentor: Diane Stoecker, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: The Effect of Humic Substances on Heterotrophic Dinoflagellate Population Growth

Mentor: Gerdhardt Riedel, Ph.D.

Location: Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Project Title: Using Plants to Determine Availability of Heavy Metals in the Anacostia River

Mentor: Paul del Giorgio, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Phlyogentic Microbial Community Analysis by Flourescent In Situ Hybridication with 16S Ribosomal RNA Probes.

Mentor: Edward Houde, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Ontogenetic, Spatial and Temporal Variability in the Diet of the Atlantic Croaker, Micropogonias undulatus

Mentor: Patricia Glibert, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Analysis of Environmental Conditions Facilitating Algal Blooms of Aureococcus anophagefferens

Mentor: Roger Newell, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: The Effects of Nutrient Availability on Bacterial Growth Efficiency in Aquatic Salt Marsh Ecosystems

Mentor: Michael Roman, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Grazing Preferences of Calanoid Copepod Acartia tonsa on Naupllii and Phytoplankton

Mentor: Evamaria Koch, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Impact of Waves on Periphyton Load on Zostera marina Leaves in the Chesapeake and Chincoteague Bays

Mentor: Marie Bundy, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Effects of Suspended Sediments on Acartia tonsa (Copepoda) Egg Production

Mentor: Thomas Miller, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: The Influence of Small-Scale Turbulence on Feeding Behavior of Ctenophores

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