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 1996

Mentor: Todd Kana, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: The Effect of Light and Exogenous Organic Substrates on the Alternative Respiratory Pathway

Mentor: Kevin Sellner, Ph.D.

Location: Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Project Title: A Study of the Effects of Multiple Stressors on Copepod Grazing of Phytoplankton and Microzooplankton

Mentor: David Secor, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Effects of Salnity and Temperature on Relative Growth Performance in Estuarine and Freshwater Strains of Striped Bass

Mentor: Diane Stoecker, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: What Environmental Factors make Prorocentrium minimum Hungry?

Mentor: Evamaria Koch, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Short-Term Effects of UV-B Radiation on Salt Marsh Vegetation

Class of 1995

Mentor: Roger Newell, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: A Study of the Effect of Bivalve Suspension Feeders and Benthic Boundary Layer Flow on Water Column Processes

Mentor: Rodger Harvey, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: The Release of Mercury, Copper, and Particulate During the Decay of the Diatom, Thalasiosira weissflogii

Mentor: Diane Stoecker, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: The effects of light intensity and nutrient concentration on predation by the mixotrophic dinoflagellates Ceratium furca and Gymnodinium sanguineum

Mentor: Jeffrey Cornwell, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Denitrification in a Tidal Freshwater Marsh

Mentor: Jennifer Purcell, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: A Study of the Predator-Prey Relationship of the Ctenophore, Mnemiopsis leidyi and the sea nettle, Chrysaora quinquecirrha

Mentor: David Secor, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Temperature, Salinity and Size Effects on Estuarine Habitat Suitability for Juvenile Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis)

Mentor: Donald Meritt, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: An investigation of the onset of the protozoan parasite Perkinsus marinus in the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica

Mentor: Leonard Walstad, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Analysis of Chesapeake Bay's Response to Wind Forcing at Various Depths and Time Lags

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