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Marine Science Graduate Thesis Seminars

Graduate Thesis Seminar, 2015

Graduate Thesis Seminar, 2015

Defining the metabolic compensation pathways employed during low-level hypercapnia in red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus)

Elizabeth Ann Brown Allmon, M.S.

Graduate Research Assistant, Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University
August 2015
Supervisor: Andrew J. Esbaugh

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Hydrological and ecological observations along the eastern Beaufort Sea coast of Alaska

Carolynn Maxene Harris, M.S.

December 2015
Supervisor: Kenneth H. Dunton

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Effects of crude oil, chemical dispersant, and UV radiation on copepod nauplii from the Gulf of Mexico‚Äč

Tracy E. Harvey, M.S.

May 2015
Supervisor: Edward J. Buskey

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The Effect of crude oil and chemical dispersant on sinking rates of Gulf of Mexico diatoms

Genesok Oh, M.S.

December 2015
Supervisor: Tracy A. Villareal

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Modulation by hypoxia of membrane steroid receptor expression and functions in ovaries of Atlantic croaker (Micropogonias undulatus)

Kathryn Elise Ondricek, M.S.

December 2015
Supervisor: Peter Thomas

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Tracing organic matter pathways in marine food webs using fatty acids and compound specific stable isotope analysis

Stephanie Denise Smith, M.S.

August 2015
Supervisor: James W. McClelland

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Patterns in seagrass coverage and community composition along the Texas coast: A three-year trend analysis

Sara Susan Wilson, M.S.

May 2015
Supervisor: Kenneth H. Dunton

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Abundance, biomass and caloric content of Chukchi Sea bivalves and influence on Pacific walrus (Odobenus rosmarus divergens) abundance and distribution in the northeastern Chukchi Sea

Jordann Kailey Young, M.S.

Research Engineering, Scientist Associate, Biology Instructional Office, The University of Texas at Austin
May 2015
Supervisor: Kenneth H. Dunton

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