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Marine Science Capstone Festival

Marine Science Capstone Festival - Fall 2019

  • Friday, December 20
  • University Center Ballroom
  • 8:30-11:30 am
  • Program
  • 8:30-9:00 am :: Set-up & Socialize
  • 9:00 am :: Welcome - Dr. James Lindholm, Department Chair
  • 9:05 am :: Presentations
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9:05 am. Trophic niche of the California spiny lobster (Panulirus interruptus) in a MPA vs. non-MPA at Santa Catalina Island. Riley Young, Independent Honors Capstone

9:25 am. Variable microhabitat utilization patterns of kelp rockfish (Sebastes atrovirens) along the reef-sand interface at central Californian reefs. Kameron Strickland, Independent Honors Capstone

9:45 am. Microhabitat associations of juvenile rockfishes: assessing the utilization of the transient drift kelp extending from the reef-sand interface at a central California reef. Megan Salomonson, Independent Honors Capstone

10:05 am. Day-night variation in demersal fish abundance, behavior, and microhabitat associations in the deep photic zone of the Carmel Submarine Canyon. Tommy Dolan, Independent Honors Capstone

10:25 am. Latitudinal variation in intertidal communities and marine debris along the California coastline. Omoyemi Aleru, Nicole Lowe, Brenton Peck, Kierra Rambonga. MSCI 485-Marine Biogeography of California

10:50 am. North to South: A latitudinal survey of subtidal communities along the California coast using long-term monitoring protocols. Garrett Asakawa, Jennifer Burns, Hadley Clark, Kalikonani Dailey, Josh Garabarino, Isabella Gutierrez, Marina Hernandez, Marisa Lovos, Natalie Montgomery, Maxwell Seale, Sarah Shrake. MSCI 485- Marine Biogeography of California

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