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S-STEM-2 award 1355807 (2014-2019)

  • Katherine Crabill, May 2017, MS. Late Quaternary Carbonate Deposition and Oceanographic Processes in the Southeast Atlantic Ocean. 
  • Kimber De Salvo, August, 2018, MS. Using Flow-Field Fractionation Coupled to ICPMS to Study the Physiochemical Speciation of Colloidal Iron in Seawater.
  • Rebecca Gray, August, 2016, MS. Influences on the Temporal and Spatial Variability of Particulate Matter in the Northern Gulf of Mexico.
  • David Hoffman, May 2015, Non-thesis Master of Ocean Science and Technology.
  • Lindsay Martin, May, 2016, MS. Pelagic Sargassum and associated macrofauna in the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean, and Sargasso Sea.
  • Claire McKinley, August, 2018, PhD. Assessment of Sequential Extractions: Implications for Isotopic Composition of Authigenic Oxides and Detrital Residues as Paleoceanographic Proxies.
  • Vance Nygard, August, 2018. High Temporal Resolution Carbonate Chemistry at the East Flower Garden Bank.
  • Constance Previti, August 2017, MS. Calcium Carbonate Saturation Horizons in the Deepwater of the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Lauren Replogle, August, 2018. MS. Mechanisms of Decadal Climate Variability Associated with the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation.
  • Damion Simonini, August, 2018. MS. The Effects of Hurricane Harvey on Methyl Halide Sources and Sinks in Galveston Bay, TX and the West Texas Shelf.
  • Cody Webb, Dec 2017. MS. On the Role of Air-Sea-Ice Interactions Off East Antarctica.
  • Emily Whitaker, August 2018. Exoenzyme dynamics of surface ocean microbial communities in response to oil exposure.
  • Kecen Zhou, August 2018. MS. Phylogeny and predicted functional capabilities of a sulfur-oxidizing and denitrifying clade of bacteriodetes from sulfidic environments. 
  • Natalie Zielinski, August 2016. MS. Firsthand Learning of the Circulation and Stratification off Sabrina Coast, Antarctica.

S-STEM-1 award 0806926 (2008-2015)

21 STEM Scholars have graduated, 1 transferred, 2 finishing summer 2015, 5 continuing in PhD program at TAMU.

  • Sarah Stryker, June 2011, MS. Deep and surface circulation in the northwest Indian Ocean from ARGO surface drifter, satellite and in situ profiling current observations.
  • Ashley Hague, June 2011, MS. Late Cretaceous through Paleogene Reconstruction of Pacific Deep-Water circulation.
  • Michelle Johnston, Aug 2011, MS. Tuna-dolphin-bird feeding assemblages in the Galapagos Marine Reserve and their response to the physical characteristics of the upper water column.
  • Jessica Schubert, December, MS, 2011. Late Cretaceous through Paleogene reconstruction of Pacific deep-water circulation.
  • Theodore Them, June 2012, MS. Tropical North Atlantic hydrologic cycle variability in the Florida Straits from 20 to 35 ka BP.
  • Lauren Railey, August 2012, MS. LISST instruments as a tool in phytoplankton ecology
  • Marcus Ogle, December 2012, MS. Physical Mechanisms Driving Harmful Algae Blooms Along the Texas Coast
  • Dan'l Lewis, September 2012, MS. Salt Tectonics and Its Effects on Sediment Structure and Gas Hydrate Occurrence in the Northwest Gulf of Mexico from 2-D Multichannel Seismic Data.
  • Fenix Garcia Tigreros, May, 2013, MS. The combined effect of ocean acidification and eutrophication on water pH and aragonite saturation in the northern Gulf of Mexico.
  • Elda Ramirez, May 2013, MS. Non-thesis MS in Geosciences.
  • Emma Cochran, August, 2013, MS. The role of particulate matter in the development of hypoxia on the Texas-Louisiana shelf.
  • Adrian Miner, August, 2013, MS. Coral Stable Isotope Record of Environmental Change in the Northwest Gulf of Mexico.
  • Cristina Subt, August, 2013, MS. Pb isotopic composition of Late Cretaceous and Early Paleogene Pacific water masses.
  • Eleanor Yudelman, December 2013, MS. Coral extension rate analysis using computed axial tomography.
  • Kelly Cole, December, 2013. PhD. A numerical study of the mid-field river plume.
  • Nichole Zuck, June 4, 2014, MS.  The relationships of particulate matter and particulate organic carbon with hypoxic conditions along the Texas-Louisiana shelf.
  • Julia Shackford Wilson, July 2014, PhD. Early Miocene carbonate dissolution in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific.
  • Kelly Brooks, July 2014, MS. Erosion and sedimentation on the Carnegie Ridge, Eastern Equatorial Pacific.
  • Stephanie Durkacz, Oct. 9, 2014, MS. Assessing the Oceanographic Conditions and Reef Fish Assemblages Around the Galapagos Islands Using Underwater Visual Survey Methods.
  • Kelley Bradley, May 2015, MS. Analyzing El Niño - Southern Oscillation Sensitivity in a Large Ensemble of Ocean Reanalyses.
  • Jennifer Hertzberg, June 11, 2015, PhD.  Paleotemperature Proxies: Validation and Applications in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
  • Zach Rolewicz, August 2016, MS. Improved ND Column Chemical Methods and Implications for Reconstruction of Water Mass Circulation Over the Mideocene Climatic Optimum (MECO)




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