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David H. Secor, University of Maryland, Regents Professor

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Chesapeake Biological Laboratory
1 William St., Solomons, MD 20688
410-326-7229
secor@umces.edu





Mike O’Brien, Faculty Research Assistant 

410-326-7225
obrien@umces.edu
2013-

M.S., 2013

Marine influence on juvenile fish trophic ecology and community dynamics in Maryland's northern coastal lagoons




Matt Siskey, Technician
410-326-7421
msiskey@umces.edu
2015-

M.S., 2015

Historical effects of fishing on age structure and stock mixing in Northwest Atlantic bluefin tuna




Alexandra AtkinsonM.S. Graduate Student


Thesis topic: Recruitment and habitat ecology of juvenile Atlantic menhaden 
410-326-7225
aatkins@umces.edu 
2012-
 





           


  
                               
Brian Gallagher, M.S. Graduate Student

Thesis topic: Partial migration in Hudson River white perch and the influence of climate change
410-326-7421
bgallagh@umces.edu
2013-
 








Gray Redding, M.S. Graduate Student

Thesis topic: Understanding Northwest Atlantic mackerel contingent structure using otolith stable isotopes
410-326-7296
gredding@umces.edu
2014-









Aimee Hoover, M.S. Graduate Student

Thesis topic: Movement and dispersal of the Eastern Pacific leatherback from Playa Grande, Costa Rica, with implication for management and conservation
410-326-7296
2014-