Student Research

As part of their MIMSUP experience, all participants engage in independent research under the mentorship of a marine researcher at the Shannon Point Marine Center. The process includes all aspects of research from developing a question to presenting results to an audience of other scientists.

Students doing research

Research activities of the 2013 MIMSUP participants

Amy Duarte. Elevated carbon concentrations affect respiration rates of marine microbial communities.

Emanuel Gutierrez. Direct and indirect effecs of ocean acidification on brine shrimp and Dungeness crab larvae

Ronneshia Jackson. Synechococcus sp. strain WH8102 induced defense mechanisms against Ochromonas

Lance Love. Breathing in a changing ocean

Victoria Monreal. Eelgrass (Zostera marina) seed germination in Washington State depends on donor population, storage conditions and anoxia

Manuel Nieves. Initial insights on symbiont drift in an intertidal anemone

Samantha Peart. Analysis of shells and swimming behavior of Olympia oyster (Ostrea lurida) larvae exposed to ocean acidification

Don Valentine. A novel derivatization method for GC-MS analysis of phenolic acids in eelgrass


Students doing research

 

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