Anna R. Armitage, Ph.D.
I study the effects of natural and anthropogenic disturbances on species interactions, trophic structure, and local biodiversity.
I am studying the effects of turbidity on brown and white shrimp in the Gulf of Mexico and the implications for higher trophic levels.
I am studying the roles that microbial and plant diversity play in improving and expediting salt marsh and sand dune restoration.
I am investigating how ecosystem functions will be impacted by the range expansion of black mangroves (Avicennia germinans) into salt marshes.
M.S. in Marine Biology 2011
B.S. in Marine Biology 2012
Chuan-Kai Ho, Ph.D.
Erin Kinney, Ph.D.
M.S. in Marine Biology 2014
Eric Madrid, Ph.D.
Allison Parnell Nunnally
Masters of Marine Resource Managment 2011
Masters of Marine Resource Management 2010