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Marine Science Graduate Thesis Seminars

Graduate Thesis Seminar, 2016

Graduate Thesis Seminar, 2016

Importance of a northern Gulf of Mexico spring transition as inferred from marine fish biochronologies

Matthew Paul Dzaugis, M.S.

May 2016
Supervisor: Bryan A. Black

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Evaluation of petroleum hydrocarbon weathering on coastal Louisiana beaches and salt marshes following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill using ramped pyrolysis - gas chromatography - mass spectrometry

Meredith Moss Evans, M.S.

May 2016
Supervisor: Zhanfei Liu

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Estimating Trichodesmium spp. contribution to chlorophyll and biogenic iron in the Gulf of Mexico using an in-situ imaging system

Xana Michelle Hermosillo, M.S.

December 2016
Supervisor: Tracy A. Villareal

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Development and validation of PCR-RFLP assay for identification of gamierdiscus species in the greater Caribbean region

Yesid Lozano-Duque, M.S.

August 2016
Supervisor: Deana L. Erdner

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Influence of major storm events on the quantity and composition of particulate organic matter in a subtropical estuary, Texas

Nicholas Eduardo Reyna, M.S.

Research Scientist Associate, Department of Marine Science
December 2016
Supervisors: Zhanfei Liu, Amber Hardison

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Habitat use and trophic structure of Atlantic tarpon (Megalops atlanticus) inferred from geochemical proxies in scales

Matthew Edward Seeley, M.S.

May 2016
Supervisor: Bryan A. Black, Co-Supervisor: Benjamin D. Walther

 

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