Scholars Week Poster Session participants: Huxley College of the Environment

The following undergraduate students are participating in WWU's 2019 Scholars Week Poster Session on Wednesday May 15, along with the poster location in Carver:

 

Huxley College of the Environment

Julien Bonnard, Breanne Dedera, Julien Bonnard, Breanne Dedera, Mia Suhrbier presents Testing the Effectiveness of Stabilized Liquid Membrane Devices (SLMDs) in the Presence of Dissolved Organic Carbon. Mentored by Ruth Sofield, College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 50A.

Ethan Brown, Steven Eikenbary, Wayne Landis presents Risk assessment framework for the introduction of transgenic house mice into the Farallones. Mentored by Wayne Landis. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 2A.

Sean Fitzpatrick, presents Honey Bee Nutrition and the Current State of Colony Collapse Disorder. Mentored by Aquila Flower. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 74A.

Samantha Heinicke, Skylar Wood, Cinde Donoghue, and Sylvia Yang presents The phenology of flowering in Zostera marina varies in the Southern Salish Sea. Mentored by Samantha Heinicke, Sylvia Yang. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 53A.

Caelan Johnson, Aurora Grant, Trevor Mansmith, Kenjo Pollmann presents Effect of large woody debris on ungulate browse on early successional riparian tree species in Elwha restoration, Olympic National Park, Washington. Mentored by John McLaughlin. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 19B.

Ann Elyse Kelsey, Nora Harper, Sverre Oseberg-Finney, Nicole VandePutte, Morgan Merillat presents Amphibian Abundance and Wetland Habitat Following Dam Removal in the Elwha River Basin. Mentored by John McLaughin. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 34B.

Colter Lemons, Mary Childress, Apryl Erickson presents Fungal distribution in the Elwha restoration ecosystem. Mentored by Jon McLaughlin. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 27B.

Greta Lozada, presents The Sendtennials. Mentored by Aquila Flower. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 20A.

Emily McGinty, presents Dependence of Hydrological Modeling on Spatial Resolution in Lake Whatcom Watershed. Mentored by Aquila Flower. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 72B.

Caitlin Sidhu, presents WHERE THE WILD THINGS WERE: AMPHIBIAN SURVEYS IN KITSAP COUNTY, WA. Mentored by Jenise Bauman, Troy Able. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 48A.

Tasha Smith, Sylvia Yang presents What environmental factors affect the mortality and growth of hatchery-raised juvenile Olympia oysters. Mentored by Jenise Bauman. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 71B.

Mia Suhrbier, presents Desmid Diversity of Five Alpine Lakes in Southwest Washington. Mentored by Robin Matthews. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 30B.

Alexandra Trejo, Celida Moran, Jennifer Baxter presents Habitat Selection of Spotted Sandpipers (Actitis macularius) and Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus) on the Elwha River. Mentored by John McLaughlin, College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 69A.

Skylar Wood, Samantha Heinicke, Sylvia Yang presents Assessing the performance of eelgrass (Zostera marina) from 6 sites in the Southern Salish Sea to elevated temperatures. Mentored by Jenise Bauman. College: Huxley College of the Environment, Location: 60B.

 

 

Tuesday, May 7, 2019 - 4:54pm

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