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2015 PhD Student Symposium

Friday, Feb. 20, 2015
12:00- 4:00 p.m.
Bren Hall 1414

Please join us at the Bren School when the following seventeen students present research that is the focus of their doctoral studies.

See more about the symposium and the presentations.

Name Title
Erendira Aceves Effect of Larval and Adult Dispersal on Turf Yields
Andrew Ayres Managing Floodplain Development: Can institutions prevent rent dissipation in river basins?
Joe Bergesen The Drivers of Technological Change in the Life-cycle Assessment of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Technologies
Darcy Bradley Managing a Moving Target: Shark ecology for shark recovery
Ty Brandt  Why Study Snow from the Beach?
Sean Fitzgerald Adaptive Fisheries Management Based on Environmental Drivers of Fish Population Dynamics
Elizabeth Hiroyasu Wild Pig Management in California: Future directions in invasive species management
Yuxiong Huang Nanopure Water: The Application of novel magnetic nanoparticle adsorbents in water treatment
Owen Liu (Re)designing Spatial Management in Fisheries: Distinguishing a signal in the noise 
Ian McCullough Going out on a Limb: How tree-rings can teach us about future forest ecosystems
Dan Ovando Evaluating the Short-term Economic Impacts of Marine Reserves
Lindsey Peavey Sea Turtle Hunger Games
Jessica Perkins Life Cycle Assessment and Decision Making 
Jade Sainz  Physical and Biological Processes Driving the Productivity of Shellfish Aquaculture in Todos Santos Bay, Mexico
Chris Severen Coastal Land Use Regulation and Amenities
Becky Wright Equity in Conservation
Ying Wang Biodegradation of Engineered Carbonaceous Nanomaterials

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