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Recent Student Presentations

North American Diatom Symposium

Mazzei, V. and E.E. Gaiser, 2017. Drivers and spatial consistency of specialization in a dominant, mat-dwelling diatom, Encyonema Evergladianum, from three freshwater wetlands in the Caribbean Basin. North American Diatom Symposium, South Bass Island, Ohio , September 28, 2017.


147th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society

Blanchard, J.R., J.S. Rehage, M. Robinson, and J.J. Lorenz, 2017. Knocking Back Invasions: Variable Resistance and Resilience to Multiple Cold Spells in Native and Nonnative Fishes. 147th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Tampa, Florida , August 23, 2017.

Eggenberger, C., R.O. Santos, T.A. Frankovich, C.J. Madden, and J.S. Rehage, 2017. Effects of Enrichment on Recreational Fishes in Coastal Everglades Lakes: Tarpon, Common Snook, and Prey Dynamics. 147th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Tampa, Florida , August 21, 2017.

Gervasi, C.L. and J.S. Rehage, 2017. Detecting and Countering Fisheries-Induced Evolution Using Marine Protected Areas. 147th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Tampa, Florida , August 21, 2017.


Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting 2017

Wilson, B.J., S. Servais, S.P. Charles, J. Kominoski, and T. Troxler, 2017. Biogeochemical effects of a freshwater marsh experiencing simultaneous saltwater intrusion and nutrient enrichment: A stress-subsidy experiment . Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting 2017, Portland, Oregon , August 07, 2017.

Total presentations = 5
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