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Marine Science Graduate Research Symposiums

MSI graduate research seminar symposiums.

Graduate Research Symposium 2023

Friday, April 14, 11:00 am, In-person & Zoom.
Patton Center, Auditorium.
Host: Dr. Chris Biggs.


"Long-term Changes In Water Depth Disrupt Seagrass Communities Across the Upper Laguna Madre"
Kyle Capistrant-Fossa



"Examining Wave Action as a Driver of Reef Structural Complexity on a Caribbean Coral Reef"
Kyra Jean Cipolla


"Phenotypic Plasticity of Metabolism and Behavior After
Temperature Acclimation in Sheepshead Minnows (Cyprinodon variegatus)"

Madison Schumm


"Predation Pressure on Biofouling Communities Across a Local Salinity Gradient"
Organic Pollutants"
Tess Kelly


Friday, April 7, 11:00 am, In-person & Zoom.
Patton Center, Auditorium.
Host: Dr. Chris Biggs.


"Eutrophication Effects on Seagrass Reproduction"
Sofia Armada Tapia



"Climate Change Mitigation Potential of Restored Playa Wetlands Hydrocarbons"
Megan Podolinsky


"Determining Microhabitat Associations of Cryptobenthic Fishes
on Neotropical Coral Reefs"

Mariana Rivera Higueras


"Risk Assessment of Cryptobenthic Fishes Exposed to Persistent"
Organic Pollutants"
Tamara Rivera


Friday, March 31, 11:00 am, In-person & Zoom.
ERC Seminar Room.
Host: Dr. Chris Biggs.


"Explaining Variation in Winter Spartina Belowground Biomass"
Kody Barone



"Physiology of Freshwater Tolerance in Fish"
Lu Lin



"Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Sediment Characteristics in
Corpus Christi Bay and the Mission-Aransas NERR"

Jack Lloyd


"Metabolic Basis for Competitive Ability in Texas Blennies"
Mel Neill




Seminar tabs are listed in the order of upcoming dates, followed by past seminars (most recent first).

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