Mangrove Habitat Restoration
Nia Jeffers research area is mangrove habitat restoration and management with a focus in mangrove restoration methodology.
Texas Coastal Fisheries and Extreme Events
Ana Silverio uses long-term independent and dependent fisheries catch data from Texas Parks and Wildlife and quantitative tools to look at how extreme events affect coastal fish populations along the Texas Gulf Coast.
Effects of Hatchery Stressors on the Growth and Aggression of Juvenile Lumpfish
Shelby Perry studies the effects of stocking density and light on the growth and aggression of juvenile lumpfish.
Aquaculture of Wildemania Amplissima
Riplee Mercer's research examines a species of nori called Wildemania amplissima and how it can be used in aquaculture in New England.
Using acoustic data to census bat populations
Valerie Eddington is developing a linear regression model that will use acoustic information to estimate the population of large bat colonies.
Marine Mammal Bioacoustics
Melanie Smith studies how acoustic data can help us to better understand the ecology and behavior of marine mammals, specifically humpback whales in Southeast Alaska
Environmental Stressors on Blue Mussels
Kyrie Newby is studying the effect of different environmental stressors, including ocean acidification, ocean warming, the presence of invasive species, and more on the blue mussel Mytilus edulis.
Effects of Extreme Events on Chondrichthyan Fishes in the Eastern Tropical Pacific
Hanna Mogensen's research focuses on assessing surface-water microplastics in the Hampton-Seabrook Estuary located in southern New Hampshire.