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Fisheries Behavioral Ecology - Graduate Students

Fisheries Behavioral
Ecology Program (FBE)
Staff and Students
Research Topics
Fish and Environment
Fish Habitat
Bycatch Mortality
Fishing Gear
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Focal Species
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Current Students:

Elena Fernandez
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Degree: MS
Thesis Research: The response of Walleye Pollock (Theragra chalcogramma) early life history stages to projected levels of ocean acidification

Ruth DiMaria
Oregon State University
Degree: MS
Thesis Research: Spatial structure and source contributions of Pacific cod recruits in the southeast Bering Sea
DiMaria et al. (2010)

Former Students:

Kate Boersma (2005 - 2007)
Oregon State University
Degree: MS
Thesis Research: Divergent anti-predator strategies and risk allocation in juveniles of three North Pacific flatfishes.
Boersma et al. (2008)

Jena L. Lemke (2003 - 2005)
Oregon State University
Degree: MS
Thesis Research: Evaluation of differing anti-predator strategies of three juvenile north Pacific flatfish species.
Papers published from thesis:
Lemke and Ryer (2006)
Lemke and Ryer (2006)

Megan E. Petrie (2003 - 2005)
Oregon State University
Degree: MS
Thesis Title: Habitat associations and determinants of refuge use in post-settlement lingcod (Ophiodon elongatus).
Papers published from thesis:
Petrie and Ryer (2006)
Petrie and Ryer (2006)


Last updated 14 January, 2011

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