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4th year Graduate student Casey Diederich is working with the marine
gastropod Crepidula fornicata in both the field and laboratory to
study the costs and adaptations associated with intertidal life.
Robert is a third year graduate student interested in understanding
the environmental cues that trigger metamorphosis in larvae of the
marine polychaete worm Capitella teleta, and in understanding how
those cues work within the larvae after they are perceived.
Aaron is an undergraduate senior, looking at how environmental
stresses experienced early in development affects post-metamorphic
survival, growth, and reproductive output in the marine polychaete
worm Capitella teleta.
Melissa will be initiating a new project in the lab this semester,
looking at how stresses experienced in early development impact the
survival and reproduction of rotifers. Melissa is a senior this
year, majoring in Biology.
Sam has been looking at the tolerance of juvenile Crepidula
fornicata to desiccation stress, and this semester will also be
starting a new project looking at how various environmental factors
influence juvenile growth rates in this species. Sam is a junior
this year, majoring in Biology.
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