Join us on Zoom for live-stream presentations by teen participants in our Marine Biology Fellowship Program.
During this past semester’s 10-week Marine Science Fellowship Program, students conducted research and experiments to find answers to a question or questions that interested them the most regarding the ocean environment or its inhabitants. Join us as they present their findings during this virtual symposium.
Joining us is easy! There is no need to RSVP.
Simply click on the Zoom link below on January 16 at 11am to hear the highlights of the past semester, learn about research projects and discoveries from the students themselves, and show your support of their dedication to marine science and conservation!
SSC Marine Science Fellows Presentations (please note, this list is not in presentation order):
Kathryn Lambright: The Effects of Climate Change on Fisheries and Food Security in Developing Countries
Kaitlin Macdonald: Can Mussels Filter out Fertilizer Pollutants from Water More Effectively than Oysters?
Matthew Zoerb: Investigating Synergistic Toxicity in Pesticides Mixtures
Emma Sufariu: Frilled Anemone vs. Northern Red Anemone
Rachel Chubb: Changing Ocean Chemistry and Women’s Health
Patrick Jackson: The Effects of Climate Change on Ocean Salinity and How it Influences Marine Behavior
Ryan Roberts: The Beach’s Cornucopia
Andras Bencze: What is the Effects of Temperature on Irish Moss Carrageenan Content?
Isabelle Zoerb: Which Shellfish (oysters or mussels) is Most Effective at Filtering Pollutants in an Aquaculture Structure and How Can it be Implemented Effectively?
William Bird: The Effect of Microfracturing on Coral
Jack Klock: What’s the Problem with Green Crabs?
Tessa Brown: Park Utilization and Presence of Large Scale Debris and Microplastics
Meeting ID: 882 5080 0130
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