Summer Fellows

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Manny Coleman '22

Sylvia Bosco '21

Neda Moussapour '22

Jesse Dunn '20

Petrels

Creative Non-Fiction

Petrels

Cannell Fellow - Jonah Crabs

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Brie Cunliffe '22

Max Muradian '22

Hannah Scotch '22

Brenna Prevelige '20 Bucknell University

Fiction & Poetry

Forest Regeneration

Pollinators

Petrels

 

 

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MANNY COLEMAN '22

Manny is part of our storm-petrel squad investigating the impacts of climate change on long-lived seabirds. For his independent project Manny is studying the effects of our research on the storm-petrels (blood collections, GPS backpacks etc) on the likelihood that a petrel egg hatches. 

 

 

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SYlVIA BOSCO '21

Sylvia is and English and Environmental Studies major working on creative non-fiction on Kent Island this summer.

 

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NEDA MOUSSAPOUR '22

Neda is the second member of our petrel squad, spending her days collecting data for our long-term study of storm-petrels going back to the 1950's! Neda is also doing an independent project on the relationship between egg size, hatch success, and chick size in storm-petrels.

 

 

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JESSE DUNN '20

2019 PETER CANNELL FELLOW

Jesse is a rising senior Biology major and Earth and Oceanographic Science minor. He is working in collaboration with Professor and Coastal Studies Center Director Dave Carlon to study the emergence of shell rot diesease in Jonah crabs, Cancer borealis, in the Bay of Fundy.

 

 

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BRIE CUNLIFFE '22

Brie is planning on being a Government and Environmental Studies major at Bowdoin. She is working on fiction and poetry projects this summer that are focused on a sense of place and how we interact with the natural world. 

 

 

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Max Muradian in the field

MAX MURADIAN '22

Max is planning to be an Earth and Oceanographic Studies major at Bowdoin. He is examining how the Kent Island forests have changed since the eradication of hares from the island in 2008. Max is the most intrepid student for field work in the rain!

 

 

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HANNAH SCOTCH '22

Hannah is determining the plant pollinator network on Kent Island, a daunting task that requires learning both plant and insect identification! In addition Hannah is studying the cognitive abilities of different pollinating insects through learning trials in the lab. Her third project is monitoring our long-term population of tree swallows!

 

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BRENNA PREVELIGE '20 BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY

Brenna is a student from Bucknell University working with our petrel collaborator Professor Mark Haussmann. Brenna is contributing to the collection of the long-term data and also running a preliminary study to examine the foraging performance of individual storm-petrels using tiny accelerometers. 

 

 

 

 

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