This session will occur on Friday, May 14, 2021, from 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM

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Talk Title

12:30 PM

Derek Garcia 

Comparing biological outcomes between temperate and tropical marine reserves in the Pacific Ocean 

12:45 PM

Brian Erickson 

Is distrust the opposite of trust?  

1:00 PM

 Erin Lunda (she/her) 

Climate change may cause shifts in growth and instantaneous natural mortality of American shad throughout their native range 

1:15 PM

Charles D. Nye (He/Him/His) 

Designer Dinosaurs: Contemporary Methods for Paleoartists 

1:30 PM

Dawn R. Barlow (she/her) 

Looking back to predict the future: Dynamic models forecast blue whale distribution in a coastal upwelling system 

1:45 PM

Savannah Daughtry (she/her) 

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Whales? Modeling French Polynesia Humpback Whale Abundance Using RMark 

2:00 PM

Lisa Hildebrand (she/her) 

Prey quality influences gray whale foraging decisions more than prey quantity 

2:15 PM

 Zachary M. Wardle (he/his) 

 Applications for Tracking Skills in Wildlife Research 


























Break from 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM


Prizes will be awarded for the best presentations:

Best PhD talk: $250

Best MS talk: $250

Best undergraduate talk: $250

Best non-research talk/poster: $250

Best graduate poster: $250

Best undergraduate poster: $250

Best mentor/mentee poster: $500