Recent graduate projects include:
(advisor: Pondella) - completed in 2006.
The value of a mariculture net-cage as a fish aggregating device (FAD) in southern California.
Oakes, C., and D. Pondella II. 2009. The Value of a Net‐Cage as a Fish Aggregating Device in Southern California. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 40: 1-21.
(advisors: Goffredi and Martin) - completed in 2011.
Describing a new species of deep sea clam found near cold seeps off the coast of Costa Rica using morphological and molecular techniques to describe the bivalve host and characterize its chemoautotrophic bacterial symbionts (with Dr. Goffredi)
Identifying the cell type in the limpet Megathura crenulata, which produces Keyhole Limpet Hemocyanin (KLH), a respiratory plasma protein important in immunological studies and clinical trials in the treatment of cancer using light microscopy, transmission and scanning electron microscopy, immunolocalization of KLH and in situ hybridization to detect mRNA for KLH. Other projects focus on the activity of hemocytes and plasma proteins in fighting bacterial infections (with Dr. Martin)
(advisor: Pondella) - completed in 2011.
Demographics of an incidental catch species, sargo (Anisotremus davidsonii) from the Southern California Bight and potential implications for ecosystem-based management
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