Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs)

Mariah Daniel
California State University, Monterey Bay
Major: Marine Science
Minor: Statistics


VISUAL HUNTING STRATEGIES OF WHITE SHARKS (CARCHARODON CARCHARIAS)
Taylor Chapple, Advisor

Maddie Gulick
University of Iowa
Major: Environmental Science (Bioscience Track)
Minor: Geographic Information Systems


DRIVERS OF WHITE SHARK (CARCHARODON CARCHARIAS) COASTAL DYNAMICS IN CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
Taylor Chapple, Advisor

Megan Osgood
University of Tampa/Arizona State University
Majors: Marine Science Biology/Conservation and Ecological Biology

ASSESSING HOW MALE AND FEMALE WHITE SHARK (CARCHARODON CARCHARIAS) INDIVIDUALS DIFFER IN HABITAT RESPONSE, GENERAL BEHAVIORS, AND FOOD RESPONSE ACROSS REGIONS
Taylor Chapple, Advisor

Jessica Rodgers
University of South Carolina
Major: Marine Science

ASSESSING THE HUNTING STRATEGIES OF WHITE SHARKS (CARCHARODON CARCHARIAS) BASED ON PREY AVAILABILITY ACROSS REGIONS
Taylor Chapple, Advisor

Melina Grace Wettstein
University of Washington
Majors: Marine Biology/Mathematics

STUDYING BEHAVIOR AND PREDATION OF ADULT AND SUB-ADULT WHITE SHARKS (CARCHARODON CARCHARIAS) OFF CALIFORNIA, CAPE COD, AND SOUTH AFRICA VIA ANIMAL-BORNE VIDEO
Taylor Chapple, Advisor

Oregon Sea Grant Summer Scholar

Natalie Holsclaw
Northern Kentucky University
B.S., Biology


LOOKING AT WATER QUALITY ACROSS AN ESTUARINE GRADIENT IN WILLAPA BAY AND NETARTS BAY
Brett Dumbauld, Advisor