May 14, 2016 /

Below is a video on my methods. This was created over spring break. Although my project objectives have changed since the video was created, I added the comparison of Quemada Watershed. The methods are the same and are shown in the video. Enjoy!

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May 13, 2016 /

This Monday we had our last official capstone class, and it just hit me how fast this year went by. SAGE is tomorrow, our final thesis is due Monday, and then we are DONE! We all have put some long hours in this semester, and especially over the last week. Everyone has been working so … [Read more…]

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May 12, 2016 /
May 12, 2016 /

Most students have been working diligently at editing and typing the final copy of the thesis paper. I am also prepping for the SAGE symposium. I have resumes and business cards prepared for people interested. I am very excited for my first symposium, it should be an interesting experience.

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May 10, 2016 / / Updates
May 10, 2016 /

I decided to go out to my sites this weekend one last time just for the heck of it. To my utter delight I finally saw a small school of unarmored threespine stickleback! They were in a large pond at White Rock Lake Campground which is part of the Soledad Canyon site. I counted 25 of them. … Continue reading Eureka!

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A new media page has been created which features photos and videos from my research on Santa Cruz Island. Check out the link below!

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Over the past few weeks, I’ve been busy going through multiple drafts of my poster which I will be presenting at SAGE Student Research Conference on Saturday, May, 14th. I finished up my last revisions to the poster this past week, and the past few days have been devoted to writing my thesis paper. I’m happy with…

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May 7, 2016 /