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MBNMS Symposium - Sanctuary Currents:
Research Poster Awards

The MBNMS presents awards for outstanding research posters presented at the MBNMS Sanctuary Currents Symposium. The judges determine the specific kinds of awards to present each year based on the posters presented at the Symposium.


2014 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 9 Awards

2014 Best Graduate Student Poster

Windell, SW, and C Garza

California State University Monterey Bay

THE VALUE OF HABITAT DIVERSITY IN MARINE RESERVES: SPINY LOBSTERS USE OF THE INTERTIDAL ZONE AT THE SANTA CATALINA ISLAND MPA


2014 Second Place: Graduate Student Poster

Mercado, Laura (1), John Haskins (2), Rikke Preisler (2), and Kerstin Wasson (2)

  1. California State University Monterey Bay
  2. Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve

ELKHORN SLOUGH ESTUARY WATER QUALITY REPORT CARD


2014 Honorable Mention: Graduate Student Poster

Elsmore, Kristen E (1), Tristin A McHugh (1), Pete T Raimondi (1), and Paul Leary (2)

  1. University of California at Santa Cruz
  2. Stanford University

3-DIMENSIONAL HABITAT MAPPING OF TWO MARINE RESERVES


2014 Best Undergraduate Student Poster

Smith, JG (1), GT Waltz (2), CL Barnes (3), LA Needles (2), RM Starr (3), and DE Wendt (2)

  1. California State University Monterey Bay
  2. Center for Coastal Marine Sciences, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
  3. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories

THE RELATIONSHIP OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ON THE CATCH RATES OF NEARSHORE FISH SPECIES ALONG THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA COAST


2014 Second Place: Undergraduate Student Poster

Srednick, Griffin S, and Corey D Garza

California State University Monterey Bay

A LATITUDINAL EXAMINATION OF METACARCINUS MAGISTER (DUNGENESS CRAB) MEGALOPAE RECRUITMENT THROUGH ABIOTIC FACTOR ANALYSIS ON THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA COAST


2014 Honorable Mention: Undergraduate Student Poster

McCollough, Rhiannon, Ashley Knight, and James Lindholm

Institute for Applied Marine Ecology, California State University Monterey Bay

STEEP AND DEEP: HABITAT ASSOCIATIONS OF PRAWNS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA


2014 Best High School Student Poster (TIE)

Arias, Asunción (1,2), Anthony Elias (1,2), Natalia McLaughlin (1,2) and Nancy Vaca (1,2)

  1. Watsonville High School, Watsonville CA
  2. Watsonville Area Teens Conserving Habitats (WATCH) Program, Monterey Bay Aquarium

MACROINVERTEBRATE DIVERSITY IN ULVA AND BRYOZOA HABITATS

 

Garcia, Cristal (1,2), Briana Lopez (1,2), and Abigail Melchor (1,2)

  1. Watsonville High School, Watsonville CA
  2. Watsonville Area Teens Conserving Habitats (WATCH) Program, Monterey Bay Aquarium

THE IMPACT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON A NATIVE AND AN INVASIVE CRAB SPECIES IN ELKHORN SLOUGH, CALIFORNIA


2014 Second Place: High School Student Poster

Cheng, Tiffany (1), and Siyu Huang (1)

  1. Careers in Science Intern Program and the California Academy of Sciences
  2. Long-term Monitoring Program and Experiential Training for Students (LiMPETS)

ACANTHOCEPHALAN PARASITE (PROFILICOLLIS SPP.) LOADS IN CORRELATION TO PACIFIC MOLE CRAB (EMERITA ANALOGA) SIZE


2014 Honorable Mention: High School Student Poster

Nguyen, Ashten and Grace Russell

Santa Catalina School, Monterey, CA

COMMUNITY RELATIONSHIPS AMONG MUSSELS AND LIMPETS


2013 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 9 Awards

2013 Best Graduate Student Poster

Barnes, C L (1), R M Starr (1,2), J T Harvey (1), S L Hamilton (1), and P N Reilly (3)

  1. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
  2. California Sea Grant, University of California San Diego
  3. California Department of Fish and Wildlife

REPRODUCTIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF CALIFORNIA HALIBUT (PARALICHTHYS CALIFORNICUS) OFF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA, WITH COMPARISONS TO THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIGHT


2013 Second Place: Graduate Student Poster

Blakely, J, M C McCormick, L E Mercado, D Orr, N Sadrpour, B J Walker, D R Warawa, S C Windell, and C Garza

California State University, Monterey Bay

A LANDSCAPE BASED APPROACH TO QUANTIFYING RECRUITMENT VARIATION IN AN INTERTIDAL COMMUNITY


2013 Honorable Mention: Graduate Student Poster

Marraffini, M L (1), S Hamilton (1), G Ruiz (2), and J Geller (1)

  1. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
  2. Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

LIFE BELOW THE DOCKS: HOW INITIAL COMMUNITY ATTRIBUTES SHAPE SPECIES COMPOSITION


2013 Best Undergraduate Student Poster

Moreno, A (1), J Canner (2), and A Haffa (1)

  1. Division of Science and Environmental Policy, California State University, Monterey Bay
  2. Department of Mathematics and Statistics, California State University, Monterey Bay

GLOBAL MARINE HARVEST IMPACTS OCEAN IRON CYCLE


2013 Second Place: Undergraduate Student Poster

Beltran, R and M Connolly

University of California Santa Cruz

A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND MEASUREMENTS: A CALIBRATION PROCEDURE FOR PINNIPED VIBRISSAL LENGTH ESTIMATIONS USING PHOTOGRAMMETRY


2013 Honorable Mention: Undergraduate Student Poster

Twenty-Two Students of MSCI 470 Science, Policy & Management in the Marine Environment

California State University, Monterey Bay

CHARACTERIZATION OF DEMERSAL FISH ASSEMBLAGES WITHIN SEVEN SANCTUARY ECOLOGICALLY SIGNIFICANT AREAS IN THE MBNMS


2013 Best High School Student Poster

Weigel, A and A Maxwell

San Lorenzo Valley High School, Felton, CA

SUDDEN OAK DEATH: PART 2


2013 Second Place: High School Student Poster

Glum, A, E Hernandez, D Ortiz, and R Gonzalez

  1. Watsonville High School, Watsonville, CA
  2. Watsonville Areas Teens Conserving Habitats (WATCH) Program, Monterey Bay Aquarium

THE EFFECTS OF EUCALYPTUS TREES ON NATIVE PLANTS


2013 Honorable Mention: High School Student Poster

Garcia, C, M Gomez, K Martinez, J Martinez, and R Olmeda

  1. Watsonville High School, Watsonville, CA
  2. Watsonville Areas Teens Conserving Habitats (WATCH) Program, Monterey Bay Aquarium

BATHYMETRIC CHANGES OF ELKHORN SLOUGH CAUSED BY TIDAL SCOUR


2012 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 5 Awards

2012 Best Graduate Student Poster

Deasy, L (1), J Harvey (1), J Seminoff (2), S Benson (3), R Tapilatu (4)

  1. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
  2. National Marine Fisheries Services, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, La Jolla
  3. National Marine Fisheries Services, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, Moss Landing
  4. University of Alabama, Birmingham

VARIATION IN REPRODUCTIVE OUTPUT OF LEATHERBACK TURTLES NESTING IN THE NORTHWEST COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA


2012 Honorable Mention: Graduate Student Poster

Schmidt, K, R Starr, S Hamilton, G Cailliet

Moss Landing Marine Laboratories

A COMPARISON OF THE LENGTH AT MATURITY OF THE BLUE ROCKFISH, SEBASTES MYSTINUS, BEFORE AND AFTER OVERFISHING


2012 Best Undergraduate Student Poster

Aiken, E, A Knight, J Lindholm

Institute for Applied Marine Ecology, California State University, Monterey Bay

QUANTIFYING THE DISTRIBUTION OF BURROWING OPHIUROIDS (BRITTLE STARS) RELATIVE TO RIPPLED SCOUR DEPRESSIONS (RSDs) IN SOUTHERN MONTEREY BAY


2012 Best High School Student Poster

Alanis, J, M Hernandez, F Lazaro, M Solano

Pajaro Valley High School
Watsonville Area Teens Conserving Habitats (WATCH) Program, Monterey Bay Aquarium

TINY CREATURES IN THE SOIL: MACROINVERTEBRATES IN THE OAK AND EUCALYPTUS


2012 Honorable Mention: High School Student Poster

Weigel, A And A Maxwell

San Lorenzo Valley High School

SUDDEN OAK DEATH: IS IT PROGRESSING?


2011 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 6 Awards

2011 Best Graduate Student Poster

Toews, S

California State University Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

LINKING HABITAT HETEROGENEITY TO GENETIC PARTITIONING IN THE ROCKY SUBTIDAL USING BLACK SURFPERCH (EMBIOTOCA JACKSONI)


2011 Honorable Mention: Graduate Student Poster

Carlisle, A (1), S Kim (2), D Madigan (1), S Jorgensen (1), B Block (1)

  1. Hopkins Marine Station of Stanford University, Pacific Grove, CA
  2. University of California Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA

USING STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSIS TO STUDY MIGRATION AND TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF EASTERN NORTH PACIFIC WHITE SHARKS (CARCHARODON CARCHARIAS)


2011 Best Undergraduate Student Poster

Kramp, HE, J Lindholm, A Knight

Institute for Applied Marine Ecology at CSU Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

HABITAT ASSOCIATIONS OF SPOTTED RATFISH (HYDROLAGUS COLLIEI) IN THE MONTEREY BAY NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY


2011 Honorable Mention: Undergraduate Student Poster

Clary, L (1), D Kline (1), J Lindholm (1), M Gleason (2)

  1. Institute for Applied Marine Ecology at CSU Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA
  2. The Nature Conservancy, Monterey, CA

FISH ASSOCIATIONS WITH SMALL-SCALE TOPOGRAPHY IN UNCONSOLIDATED SEDIMENTS


2011 Best High School Student Poster

Juarez, J (1,2), J Jimenez (1,2), X Huang (1,2)

  1. Pajaro Valley High School, Watsonville, CA
  2. Watsonville Area Teens Conserving Habitats (WATCH) Program, Monterey Bay Aquarium

AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES AND THE HEALTH OF THE SLOUGH


2011 Honorable Mention: High School Student Poster

Vega, V (1,2), A Barrios (1,2), A Luna (1,2), M Solano (1,2)

  1. Pajaro Valley High School, Watsonville, CA
  2. Watsonville Area Teens Conserving Habitats (WATCH) Program, Monterey Bay Aquarium

YOU ACIDIFY THE WATER, THEY PAY THE PRICE: THE EFFECT OF OCEAN ACIDIFICATION ON CRABS


2010 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 6 Awards

2010 Best Graduate Student Poster

Booth, JAT (1,3), E McPhee-Shaw (1), R Phillips (2), P Chua (2), and W Gilly (3)

  1. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA
  2. Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, CA
  3. Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University, Pacific Grove, CA

NATURALLY OCCURRING COASTAL HYPOXIA IN MONTEREY BAY


2010 Honorable Mention: Graduate Student Posters

Watson, J, and J Lindholm

Institute For Applied Marine Ecology (IfAME), California State University Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

FINE-SCALE PATTERNS IN THE BEHAVIOR OF CORAL REEF FISHES ACROSS MULTIPLE FEEDING GUILDS


2010 Best Undergraduate Student Poster

Alfasso, AC, DA Bauerlein, DA Cannon, JI Carrillo, KR Corcoran, AC Davis, GA Figueroa, J Gomez, DJ Gossard, SE Hilton, SV Jeffries, TA Madsen, CB Mueller, EJ Ross, JS Williams, A Alanezi, and S Quan

California State University Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

TESTING FOR PERSISTENCE AND CHANGE IN GEOMORPHOLOGY OF DISTINCTIVE LOW RELIEF SEDIMENT BODIES OF CONTRASTING GRAIN SIZE ALONG A DEPTH GRADIENT ON THE CONTINENTAL SHELF OF MONTEREY BAY, CALIFORNIA


2010 Honorable Mention: Undergraduate Student Poster

Riggin, J, F Watson, and H Kibak

Division Of Science And Environmental Policy, California State University Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

MODELING NORTHERN ELEPHANT SEAL ROOKERIES IN CALIFORNIA BASED ON BATHYMETRY


2010 Best High School Student Poster

Rinkert, A, and C Chesus

Watershed Academy, San Lorenzo Valley High School, Felton, CA

BIRDS OF QUAIL HOLLOW RANCH: A STUDY OF HABITAT ASSOCIATION


2010 Honorable Mention: High School Student Poster

Bickert, RE, and KM Van Wandelen

San Lorenzo Valley High School, Felton, CA

KELLI AND RACHEL'S EXCELLENT BEACH ADVENTURE - THE SEQUEL: SAND, STORMS AND SAPIENS

 


2009 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 6 Awards

2009 Best Graduate Student Poster

Freiwald, J.

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Long Marine Laboratory, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA

DENSITY-DEPENDENT CHANGE IN HOME RANGE SIZE OF A TEMPERATE REEF FISH, THE KELP GREENLING


2009 Honorable Mention: Graduate Student Posters

Figurski, J.

Center for Ocean Health, Long Marine Laboratory, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA

THE DISTRIBUTION, ABUNDANCE, AND DYNAMICS OF DRIFT ALGAE WITHIN KELP FOREST ECOSYSTEMS OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA


Watson, J. (1), J. Lindholm (1), R. Starr (2), F. Watson (1), and A. Guzman (1)

  1. Institute for Applied Marine Ecology (IfAME), California State University Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA
  2. University of California Sea Grant Extension Program, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA

USING ECOVIZ TO DEPICT BLUE ROCKFISH (SEBASTES MYSTINUS) MOVEMENTS IN THE CARMEL BAY STATE MARINE CONSERVATION AREA


2009 Best Undergraduate Student Poster

Direen, R.E., J.M. Frame, J. Galvan, G.M. Gonzalez, A. Hall, C.R. Hosler, A.M. Jones, M.R. Sandersfeld, K.J. Stoner, and K.R. Wrubel

California State University Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

ELKHORN SLOUGH: COMING OR GOING? REMOTE SENSING TIME SERIES TRACKS TIDAL SCOUR AND HABITAT CHANGE IN A NATIONAL ESTUARINE RESEARCH RESERVE


2009 Best High School Student Poster

Mallet, I.

San Lorenzo Valley High School, Felton, CA

SALMONIDS BY THE NUMBERS: A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF SAN LORENZO RIVER POPULATIONS


2009 Honorable Mention: High School Student Poster

Dolson, E.L., and C.E. Bentley

San Lorenzo Valley High School, Felton, CA

ANTHROPOGENIC INFLUENCES ON THE CALIFORNIA SEA OTTER (ENHYDRA LUTRIS NEREIS) POPULATION


2008 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 6 Awards

2008 Best Graduate Student Posters - 3

Kahn, A.S. (1), K.L. Smith, Jr. (2), and H.A. Ruhl (2)

1. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA
2. Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Moss Landing, CA

EFFECT OF CLIMATE AND FOOD SUPPLY ON ABUNDANCE AND SIZE OF TWO BENTHIC SPONGES IN THE ABYSSAL NORTHEAST PACIFIC


Adams*, E., C. Alger, K. Glitz*, K. Gomez, J. Hinkle*, D. Kline*, O. Mise, C. Romena, B. Spear, and A. Zelensky* (Asterisk indicates primary authors for Part 1 of the poster)

California State University Monterey Bay, Seaside, CA

GEOMORPHIC CHANGE DETECTION IN THE MONTEREY SUBMARINE CANYON, MONTEREY BAY, CALIFORNIA


Osiadacz, Maria H. (1), Arlene Guest (2), and Sophie DeBeukelaer (3)

1. Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, CA
2. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA
3. Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Monterey, CA

ANALYZING KELP FLUCTUATIONS IN MONTEREY BAY NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY


2008 Best High School Student Posters - 3

Lopez, Cristal, Omar Martinez, Alexis Zarate, Heber Martinez

Pajaro Valley High School
Monterey Bay Aquarium, WATCH (Watsonville Area Teens Conserving Habitats)

FROM WATSONVILLE TO HAWAII: YOUR CONNECTION TO MARINE DEBRIS


Dirck, Emilie, and Hannah Peabod

Watershed Academy, San Lorenzo Valley High School, Felton, CA

ARE WETLANDS THE NEW LEACH FIELD?


Townsend, Chad

San Lorenzo Valley High School, Felton, CA

IRON IN THE WATER SUPPLY: IS ONE FILTER SUFFICIENT?


2007 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 3 Awards

2007 Best Graduate Student Poster

Szoboszlai, Amber I.

Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA
Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, SIMoN

INTERTIDAL ALGAL CANOPIES MODITY PELVETIOPSIS RECRUITMENT


2007 Honorable Mention: Graduate Student Poster

Jorve, Jennifer P.

Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA

PHYSICAL CONSEQUENCES OF MORPHOLOGICAL VARIABILITY IN A HABITAT-FORMING INTERTIDAL ALGA


2007 Best High School Student Poster

Cayeros, Jorge (1,2), and Brianna Guzman (1,2)

1. Pajaro Valley High School, Watsonville, CA
2. Monterey Bay Aquarium W.A.T.C.H. Program, Monterey, CA

SAVE OUR WETLANDS! A PROJECT TO TEACH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHY AND HOW WE SHOULD RESTORE WETLANDS


2006 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 3 Awards

2006 Best Graduate Student Poster

Wertz, Lisa

Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA

FISHES IN THE DIET OF BRANDT'S CORMORANTS (PHALACROCORAX PENICILLATUS) DURING THE NONBREEDING SEASON IN MOSS LANDING, CA


2006 Best Undergraduate Student Poster

Atwal, Munroop (Roopi) and Christian Mogren

Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA

MARINE RESERVES & SUSTAINABLE HARVEST: THE SOLUTIONS TO THE MARINE BIODIVERSITY CRISIS


2006 Best High School Student Poster

Beard, Jon and Melanie Swan

San Lorenzo Valley High School, Watershed Academy, Felton, CA

SAN LORENZO RIVER - HOW DOES WATER TEMPERATURE AFFECT SALMONID GROWTH?


2005 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 2 Awards

2005 Best Graduate Student Poster

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2004 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 4 Awards

2004 Best Overall Poster

Kieckhefer, T.R., J. Cassidy, J. Hoffman, S.L. Reif and D. Maldini

Pacific Cetacean Group, Moss Landing, CA

RISE AND FALL OF SOUTHERN SEA OTTERS (ENHYDRA LUTRIS NEREIS) IN ELKHORN SLOUGH, CALIFORNIA, 1994-2003


2004 Best Thematic Poster

Worcester, Karen R. (1), Mary Adams (1) and Dave Paradies (2)

1. Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board
2. Bay Foundation of Morro Bay

WATER QUALITY IN THE WATHERSHEDS AND NEARSHORE AREAS OF MONTEREY BAY: FINDINGS OF THE CENTRAL COAST AMBIENT MONITORING PROGRAM. THINGS ARE NOT ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM: MORTALITY AND THE WILDLIFE PATHOLOGIST


2004 Best Graduate Student Poster

Thurber, Andrew and Nick Welschmeyer

Moss Landing Marine Laboratories

SEDIMENTARY PIGMENTS IN ELKHORN SLOUGH, CA: HISTORICAL RECONSTRUCTION OF PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES


2004 Best High School Student Poster

Qi, Roy (1), Rebecca Lisette Vega (2), and David Epel (2)

1. Campolindo High School, Moraga, CA
2. Stanford University, Hopkins Marine Station

MUSK TOXICITY AND INHIBITION OF MULTI-DRUG TRANSPORTER PUMPS IN EARLY SEA URCHIN DEVELOPMENT


2003 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 3 Awards

2003 Best Overall Poster

Dutton, Peter H. (1), Scott R. Benson (1), and Scott A. Eckert (2)

1. National Marine Fisheries Service, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, La Jolla, CA
2. Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute, San Diego, CA

IDENTIFYING ORIGINS OF LEATHERBACK SEA TURTLES FROM PACIFIC FORAGING GROUNDS OFF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA, USA


2003 Best Thematic Poster

Hawkes, Jack (1) and Debbie Brownstein (1), Melissa Miller (1), Linda Lowenstine (2), Dave Jessup (1)

1. Marine Wildlife Veterinary Care and Research Center, California Department of Fish and Game, Santa Cruz, CA
2. Department. of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis CA<

THINGS ARE NOT ALWAYS WHAT THEY SEEM: MORTALITY AND THE WILDLIFE PATHOLOGIST


2003 Best Student Poster

Kerr, Lisa A. (1), Allen H. Andrews (1), Brian R. Frantz (2), Kenneth H. Coale (1), Thomas A. Brown (2), Gregor M. Cailliet (1)

1. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA
2. Center for Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories, Livermore, CA

BOMB CARBON IN YELLOWEYE ROCKFISH (SEBASTES RUBERRIMUS) OTOLITHS AS A CHRONOLOGICAL BENCHMARK FOR AGE VALIDATION OF COMMERCIALLY IMPORTANT FISHES

 


2003 Certificates of Appreciation - 2 Certificates

Callaway, DeVonne

Monterey Academy of Oceanographic Science, Monterey High School, Monterey, CA

OXYGEN CONSUMPTION FOR BLUEFIN TUNA


Bond, Lea and Milne, Carynn

San Lorenzo Valley High School Watershed Academy, Felton, CA

PHYTOPLANKTON MONITORING


2002 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 5 Awards

2002 Best Overall Poster

Benson, Scott R.*(1), Don A. Croll (2), Baldo Marinovic (2), and James T. Harvey (1)

1. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA
2. Long Marine Laboratory, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA

DO BIRDS AND MAMMALS OF A FEATHER FLOCK TOGETHER?—SPECIES-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS OF MARINE PREDATORS IN A COASTAL UPWELLING SYSTEM


2002 Best Thematic Poster

Yoklavich, Mary (1), Churchill Grimes (1), Waldo Wakefield (2), and H. Gary Greene (3)

1. National Marine Fisheries Service, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, Santa Cruz Laboratory, CA
2. National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Newport, OR
3. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA

USING LASERS TO EXPLORE DEEPWATER HABITATS IN THE MONTEREY BAY NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY


2002 Best College Student Poster

Readdie, Mark

Department of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA

VERTICAL SHIFTS IN INTERTIDAL ZONATION
2002 Honorable Mention: College Student Poster

Vlietstra, Lucy S.

Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine, CA

THE IMPORTANCE OF LOCAL PREY ABUNDANCE IN DETERMINING THE STRENGTH OF SPATIAL ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN NONBREEDING SEABIRDS AND ACOUSTIC BIOMASS IN NEARSHORE MONTEREY BAY


2002 Best High School Student Poster

Legler, Alyssa

Monterey Academy of Oceanographic Science, Monterey High School, Monterey, CA

SEYMOUR INTERTIDAL MONITORING PROGRAM


2001 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 3 Awards

2001 Best Overall

Bretz, Carrie, Rikk Kvitek, Kate Thomas, and Finnegan Barry

California State University Monterey Bay.

INFLUENCE OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS ON THE FORAGING BEHAVIOR OF SHOREBIRDS IN CENTRAL CALIFORNIA


2001 Best Thematic

Weise, Michael J. and James T. Harvey

Moss Landing Marine Laboratories

CALIFORNIA SEA LION (ZALOPHUS CALIFORNIANUS) ABUNDANCE, FOOD HABITS, AND IMPACTS ON SALMONID FISHERIES IN MONTEREY BAY, CALIFORNIA DURING 1997, 1998, AND 1999

 


2001 Best Student

Gray, Hannah

Morro Bay High School

INVESTIGATION OF THE BIOFILTRATION POTENTIAL OF THE PACIFIC OYSTER (CRASSOSTREA GIGAS) TO DECREASE FECAL COLIFORM BACTERIAL LEVELS

 


2000 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 3 Awards

2000 Best Overall

Pennington, J. Timothy (1), Reiko P. Michisaki (1), Carmen G. Castro (2), and Francisco P. Chavez (1)

1. Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
2. Naval Postgraduate School

THE 1997-98 EL NINO, CHLOROPHYLL AND PRIMARY PRODUCTION: SPATIAL AND SEASONAL EFFECTS OFF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA


2000 Best Thematic

Benson, Scott R. (1), Andrew DeVogelaere (2), and James T. Harvey (1)

1. Moss Landing Marine Laboratories
2. Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary

CAN WE DISTINGUISH BETWEEN NATURAL AND ANTHROPOGENIC BEACH DEPOSITION EVENTS?


2000 Best Student ($100 award)

Brown, Jennifer A.

Department of Biology, University of California Santa Cruz.

CAN ELEMENTAL COMPOSITION OF OTOLITHS BE USED TO DETERMINE NURSERY HABITAT USE BY JUVENILE FLATFISH?

 


1999 Currents Symposium Poster Awards - 3 Awards:
1999 Best Overall Poster

Lonhart, Steve I.

Dept. of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA.

FEEDING PREFERENCES OF INVASIVE AND NATIVE TURBAN SNAIL PREDATORS


1999 Best Regional, Inter-Disciplinary Poster

R. P. Michisaki, F. P. Chavez, G. E. Friederich, J. T. Pennington, B. Schlining, C. Fayos, P. Walz, C. Sakamoto, R. Hopcroft, R. Kudela, C. Castro, E. Mauri.

Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute.

DETECTING THE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL CHANGE IN THE OPEN OCEAN WATERS OF MONTEREY BAY, CALIFORNIA


1999 Best Student Poster ($100 Award)

Los Huertos, Marc W.

Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA.

DO VEGETATIVE BUFFERS STRIPS CAPTURE NITROGEN LEAVING ROW CROPS ALONG THE CENTRAL COAST OF CALIFORNIA


Other MBNMS Awards and Honorees

 

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