Session 1D

Ecology and Evolution

12:30 PM to 2:15 PM | Moderated by Bonnie Becker
Add to my favorites Non-Native Predator Impacts on North Coast Olympic Mudminnow (Novumbra hubbsi)
Presenter
  • Amaryllis Adey, Senior, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Julian Olden, College of the Environment
  • Lauren Kuehne, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Add to my favorites Olympia Oysters, Population Connectivity, and LASERS
Presenter
  • Jennifer (Jenn) Gonzaga, Senior, Envir Sci: Conserv Biol & Ecol (Tacoma) Mary Gates Scholar, Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Awardee
Mentors
  • Bonnie Becker, Environmental Science (Tacoma Campus), Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Tacoma Campus)
  • Megan Hintz, Environmental Science (Tacoma Campus)

Add to my favorites Interpretation of the Relationship between Benthic Fauna, Geologic Distributions, and Methane Seeps at Southern Hydrate Ridge, Oregon Continental Margin
Presenter
  • Katharine (Katie) Bigham, Senior, Oceanography Mary Gates Scholar, Washington Research Foundation Fellow
Mentor
  • Deborah Kelley, Oceanography

Add to my favorites Effects of a Turbid Plume on Phytoplankton Abundance at the Mouth of the Elwha River
Presenter
  • Brendan Eickelberg, Senior, Oceanography Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Andrea Ogston, Oceanography
  • Ian Miller, Oceanography
  • Emily Eidam, Oceanography

Add to my favorites Influence of El NiƱo on Nutrients and Anaerobic Processes in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific
Presenter
  • Anna Bakker, Senior, Oceanography Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Rick Keil, Oceanography
  • Jacob Cram, Oceanography

Add to my favorites The Genomic Capacity and Physiology of Low-Oxygen Stress on Prochlorococcus
Presenter
  • Natalie Kellogg, Senior, Oceanography, Biochemistry Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Gabrielle Rocap, Oceanography
  • Anitra Ingalls, Oceanography

Add to my favorites Recent North Atlantic Right Whale Acoustic Presence along the Western North Atlantic Coast
Presenter
  • Alyssa Scott, Senior, Oceanography
Mentors
  • Genevieve Davis, Biological Sciences
  • Danielle Cholewiak, Northeast Fisheries Science Center
  • Sofie VanParijs, Northeast Fisheries Science Center

Add to my favorites Jaw-Dropping Sculpins: Comparative Functional Morphology and Evolution of the Cottoid Feeding Apparatus
Presenter
  • Nina Finley, Senior, Biology-Environmental Studies, Whitman College Goldwater Scholar
Mentor
  • Kate Jackson, Biology, Whitman College