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Coastal Studies Center

Kelly Hoolihan


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Advisor:  Jonathan Allen
Project: Developmental plasticity and invasive species

Kelly looked at developmental plasticity in mudsnails (Ilyanassa obsoleta) and compared developmental responses to both native predators, such as hermit crabs and rock crabs, and invasive species, such as the green crab and Asian shore crab. 

Pecha Kucha

These presentations are in PechaKucha format. PechaKucha is Japanese for ‘chit-chat’. It is a presentation methodology devised in 2003 in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each. The slides auto advance to keep the presentations concise and quick paced. Each presentation is (about) 6 minutes and 40 seconds long.
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