Ben Gahagan, Faculty Research Assistant, 2010-2012
Current Position: Diadromous Fish Biologist, MA Division of Marine Fisheries
Chris Conroy, MS, 2012
Alternative migratory pathways of juvenile
striped bass Morone saxatilis in the Patuxent River Estuary
Current Position: Ph.D. Candidate, Professor J. Gabrowski, Northeastern Univ.
Kari Fenske, MS, 2009
Assessment of local abundance demographics, health, and exploitation of Chesapeake American eel
Current Position: Ph.D. Candidate, Professor T. Quinn, Univ. Alaska
Ryan Woodland, PhD, 2010
Maryland’s Inner Continental Shelf as a Marine Finfish Nursery: A Comparative Approach
Current Position: Research Scientist, Monash Univ., Australia
Deanna Hanks, M.S., 2009
Bioenergetic responses of Chesapeake Bay
white perch to nursery conditions of temperature, salinity, and dissolved
Lisa Kerr, PhD, 2008
Cause, consequence, and prevalence of spatial structure of white perch (Morone americana) populations in the Chesapeake Bay.
Current Position: Scientist, Gulf of Maine Research Institute
Jill Stevenson, MS, 1997
Life history characteristics of Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus) in the Hudson River and a model for fishery management.
Erik Zlokovitz, MS, 1999
Effect of migration on PCB contamination in Hudson River striped bass.
Edwin Niklitschek, PhD, 2001
Bioenergetic investigations of habitat use by juvenile shortnose and Atlantic sturgeon.
Wendy Morrison, MS, 2001
Ecology of American eels in the Hudson River.
Richard Kraus, PhD, 2003
Consequences of natal dispersal in Chesapeake Bay white perch.
Lynn Takata, MS, 2004
Recruitment of bluefish in Maryland estuarine and coastal habitats.
Robert Murphy, MS, 2005
Fish Assemblage Structure in Maryland’s Coastal Lagoon Complex.
Ryan Woodland, MS, 2005
Age, growth and recruitment of Hudson River shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum).
Jody Callihan, MS, 2005
Ecology of juvenile bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix) in Maryland coastal waters and Chesapeake Bay.
Brandon Puckett, MS, 2006
Growth and recruitment rates of juvenile blue crabs (Calinectes sapidus) in Chesapeake Bay.