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Coastal Studies Center

Summer 2005

Listed below: Student, Project, Advisor, and Fellowship

Rebecca Selden '06
Impact of Flow on metabolism in the green sea urchin Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis and consequences for cryptic behavior
Amy Johnson
Beckman Scholar

Kiersa Benson '06
Quality of sea grass habitat along Maine's intertidal and its effect on local crab and soft-shell clam populations
Lindsay Whitlow
Doherty

Mark Burton '07
Distribution and spawning location of American Shad, Alausa proestabilis in Merrymeeting Bay
John Lichter
Doherty

Meghan Detering '07
A tale of two rivers: dynamics of Androscoggin and Kennebec river convergence in Merrymeeting Bay
Peter Lea
Doherty

Katherine loomis '06
The impacts of human and climatic influences on the recent sedimentary record of Merrymeeting Bay
Peter Lea
Doherty

Dan McGrath '06
An Analysis of Melt Pond Formation, Distribution and Evolution in Barrow, Alaska using Spectral Albeda and Transmission Measurements
Peter Lea
Doherty

Maya Jaafar '07
Characterizing the response of shellfish indsutry participants to improved forecasts of harmful algal bloom (HAB) events in the Gulf of Maine
Guillermo Herrera
TBA

Lucy Van Hook '06
Movement patterns of snapping turtles (Chelydra serpentina) during the tidal cycle in Merrymeeting Bay
John Lichter
Doherty

Carrie Atkins '05
Comparative analysis of the macrobotanical remains of the Brewer Cove site
Anne Henshaw
Rusack

Benjamin Martens '06
Implementing Environmental Policy along the Maine Coast
DeWitt John
Rusack

Owen McKenna '07
Bedload fluc and bedform dynamics in Merrymeeting Bay, Mid-Coast Maine
Peter Lea
Rusack

Mary Kate Wheeler '07
The ecology of rare plant species in Merrymeeting Bay
John Lichter
Rusack

Rose Teng '07
Bowdoin College Coastal Science Institute
Dave Guay
TBA

Megan Lim '03
A preliminary analysis of changing attitudes towards environmental fisheries issues in the Gulf of Maine
Anne Hayden/Joe Bandy
Rusack Research Assistant

Molly Wright '05
The Effects of gonads and fluid dynamics on growth and metabolism in the green sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus droebachniensis)
Amy Johnson
TBA

csc fellows 2005