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Coastal Watershed Institute
Florida Gulf Coast University
10501 FGCU Blvd S.
Fort Myers, FL 33965-6565

Phone: 239-590-7526

E-mail:
Mike Parsons

 

Undergraduate Senior Research

 
 
  • Joanna Diamantino, B.A. Biology. Reproductive seasonality of the mud crab Eurypanopeus depressus in San Carlos Bay, Florida. 2004.
  • Mike Vigneau, B.A. Biology. Comparison of habitat use in two species of sympatrically occurring mud crabs (Xanthidae). 2004.
  • Sherith Bankston, B.A. Environmental Studies. 2003. Temporal and spatial variation of the castrator parasite Loxothylacus panopaei on the mud crab Panopeus simpsoni in the Caloosahatchee River estuary.
  • Leslie Haynes, B.A. Biology. 2003. Suitability of oyster clusters as habitat for reef-resident fishes and decapod crustaceans in the Caloosahatchee Estuary.
  • Julie Farineau, B.A. Environmental Studies. 2003. The distribution and prevalence of the castrator parasite Loxothylacus panopaei and the mud crab Panopeus simpsoni in three Southwest Florida estuaries.
  • Molly Meadows, B. A. Environmental Studies, 2003. Pending. Sedimentologic characteristics of mangrove peats: implications for interpreting late Holocene coastal history of Southwest Florida.
  • Arielle Poulos, B.A. Biology. 2002. Recruitment time of Hester-Dendy samplers in Tarpon Bay.
  • Matthew Hooper, B. A. Environmental Studies, 2002. Effect of salinity on survival and growth of juvenile oysters, Crassostrea virginica.
  • James A. Standiford, B. A. Environmental Studies, 2002. Watershed alteration effects on glycogen levels in oysters.
  • Erin Rasnake, B. A. Environmental Studies, 2002. Acute effects of a model heavy metal, copper, used in agricultural fields on oysters, Crassostrea virginica.
  • Rashel Grindberg, B. A. Biology, 2002. Chronic effects of endosulfan on growth, survival and energy reserves in bivalves. .
  • Christal Glinka, B. A. Earth Systems Science, 2002. Stratigraphy and paleoenvironmental
    context of the Pliocene Tamiami Formation in Lee County, Florida.
  • Gary Rullo, B.A. Earth Systems Science. 2001. Effects of watershed management on the water quality of Henderson Creek, Rookery Bay NERR.
  • Emily Lindland, B. A. Biology. 2001. Time of accumulation on an oyster reef: implications for the monitoring of environmental change.
  • Calandra Towne, B.A. Environmental Studies, FGCU, 2001. The effects of freshwater inflow on cultures of brackish phytoplankton as a test of the intermediate disturbance hypothesis.
  • Gayle Boyle, B. A. Environmental Studies, 2001. Chronic effects of a model heavy metal, copper, used in agricultural fields on growth and survival of oysters, Crassostrea virginica.
  • Prachi Ashar, B. A. Biology, 2001. Synthesis and evaluation of toxicity of bio-diesel on Daphnia magna.
  • Stephanie Obley, B. A. Earth Systems Science, 2001. The influence of sea level rise on the history of estuarine environments in Southwest Florida.
  • Lars Soderquist, B.A. Environmental Studies, FGCU, 2000. A comprehensive comparison between acoustic velocity meters and Doppler current meters for the measurement of discharge in the Indian River Lagoon.
  • Sara Hammermeister, B.A. Environmental Studies, FGCU, 2000. Mercury and submerged aquatic vegetation in the Caloosahatchee River Estuary, Florida: preliminary results.
  • Christina Kiefer-Zeller, B.A. Environmental Studies, FGCU, 2000. Mercury and Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in the Caloosahatchee River Estuary, Florida: Preliminary Results.
  • Debra Siembieda, B.A. Environmental Studies, FGCU, 1999. Comparison of freshwater invertebrates between a restored and natural marsh.
  • Elizabeth Gilpin, B.A. Environmental Studies, FGCU, 1999. The Estero River and the river continuum concept.