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Undergrad Thesis Students

Cassandra Disanto

Cassandra is a fourth year Biology and Psychology student who joined the lab in January of 2018 as a volunteer in the round goby room. She is starting her undergraduate thesis in the lab this summer as well. Her research focuses on how individual behaviour differences among round gobies might influence trappability and sampling bias.

Noah Houpt

Noah was the summer 2017 USRA student.  He helped out with the plain fin midshipman project in British Columbia in May and June and  in July and August helped with various ABEL round goby research projects.  Noah is particularly interested in the costs of living in the dynamic intertidal zone and is investigating predation risk and the.costs of air exposure in plain fin midshipman  Noah is currently back in British Columbia collection data for his thesis!

Hailey Schultz

Hailey is a fourth year Life Science student who joined the lab in September 2018 as an undergraduate thesis student. Her research is focused on examining the ecological and environmental impacts of wastewater by exploring the use of zooplankton as a potential bio-indicator of water quality

Nicole Yee

Nicole is a fourth year Life Science student who joined the lab in September 2018 as an undergraduate thesis student. Her research focuses on how observed parental care behaviour in plainfin midshipman fish is affected by fluctuating environmental conditions.