MES Thesis Presentation Schedule
The public is welcome to attend any MES thesis presentation.
Prospective students are encouraged to attend!
Dates and times are subject to change.
Thursday, December 5, 4:15pm - 5:00pm, Lecture Hall 2
4:15-4:30pm: Otis Bush-- "Incorporating Tribal Interests in Marine Protected Areas: Case Studies of Treaty Tribes on the
Washington Coast," Reader Zoltan Grossman, Abstract (PDF)
4:30-4:45pm: Kristen Ramsdell-- "Caught in the Act! Deploying Camera Traps to Assess the Diel Breeding Patterns of Oregon Spotted Frogs," Reader Dina Roberts, Abstract (PDF)
4:45-5:00pm: Holly Haley-- "The Current Status of Environmental Interpretation in Washington State Parks on
Puget Sound," Reader Jean MacGregor, Abstract (PDF)
Tuesday, December 10, 3:30pm -4:45pm, Lecture Hall 2
3:30-3:45pm: Marxa Marnia-- "Growth Medicine: The Development of the ‘Resource Curse,’" Reader Kevin Francis, Abstract (PDF)
3:45-4:00pm: Caitlin Roberts -- "Photoresponse of Cancer magister (Dana, 1852) Zoeae to Light Stimulus in High-CO2
Seawater: Implications for Coastal Ecosystems in an Acidified Ocean," Reader Erin Martin, Abstract (PDF)
4:00-4:15pm: Brian Spang-- "Insects as Food: Assessing the Food Conversion Efficiency
of the Mealworm (Tenebrio molitor)," Reader Kevin Francis, Abstract (PDF)
4:15-4:30pm: Sara Potter-- "Antimicrobial Resistance in Orcinus orca Scat:
Marine Sentinels as Indicators of Pharmaceutical Pollution in the Salish Sea," Reader Erin Martin, Abstract (PDF)
4:30-4:45pm: Ashley McBee-- "Exploring Collaboration in Theory & Practice: A Case Study of the Implementation of the
Puget Sound Chinook Recovery Plan at the Watershed Level," Reader Kevin Francis, Abstract (PDF)