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 2018

Mentor: Sairah Malkin, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Utilizing Stable Isotopes to Measure Mixotrophy in the Chesapeake Bay with the Dinoflagellate Heterocapsa rotundata

Mentor: Helen Bailey, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Acoustical Analysis of Bottlenose Dolphin Signature Whistles Off Ocean City, Maryland

Mentor: Carys Mitchelmore, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Viability of Epinephrine as an Inducer of Metamorphosis on the Oyster Crassostrea virginica

Mentor: Thomas Miller, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Quantifying Energetics and Scope for Growth of Different Strains of the Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea virginica

Mentor: Laura Lapham, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Greenhouse Gas Release from Permafrost Soil Incubations Under Aerobic and Anaerobic Conditions at Relevant Soil Temperatures

Mentor: Larry Sanford, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Examining the Effects of 3-D Reef Structures on the Mixing and Reaeration of Hypoxic Waters

Mentor: William Nardin, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Coupling Plastic Degradation with Coastal Processes

Mentor: Judy O'Neil, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Tracking Microbial Contaminants in Baltimore Harbor: Are Current Techniques Sufficient for Assessing Human Risk?

Mentor: Andrew Heyes, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Sargassum as an Important Source of Methylmercury in Aquatic Systems

Mentor: Michael Gonsior, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Photochemical Ammonia and Methane Production from Dissolved Organic Matter in Anthropogenic, Estuarine, and Freshwater Sources

Mentor: Cindy Palinkas, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Relationships Among Sediments, Nutrients, and Submersed Aquatic Vegetation in Upper Chesapeake Bay

Mentor: Johan Schijf, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Extracting Microplastics in Archived Sediment Samples from Baltimore Harbor

Mentor: Caroline Solomon, Ph.D.

Location: Gallaudet University

Project Title: Nutrient Preferences of the Anacostia River Phytoplankton Community

Mentor: Caroline Solomon, Ph.D.

Location: Gallaudet University

Project Title: Exploring the Reasons for High NH4+ Concentrations in the Lower Portion of the Anacostia River Using Bioinformatics Tools

Mentor: Greg Silsbe, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Chesapeake Bay Phytoplankton: The Effect of Nutrient Enrichment on Growth Rate During the Summer Months

Mentor: Ming Li, Ph.D.

Location: Horn Point Laboratory

Project Title: Projecting Hypoxia in the Chesapeake Bay into the Late 21st Century Using Statistical Downscaling

Mentor: Jeremy Testa, Ph.D.

Location: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory

Project Title: Impacts of Oxygen Depletion on Phosphorus Cycling in Rock Creek, an Aerated Tidal Tributary of the Patapsco River

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