Prepare yourself for posts from the Aquatic Research Lab today, as we attend the ShORE Symposium 2019 hosted by Daytona State College, Marine Discovery Center, and the Atlantic Center for the Arts.
This free annual symposium provides a forum for high school students, undergraduates and scientists to share their research and create greater public awareness of issues impacting the Indian River Lagoon and it’s watershed.
Follow the link here to learn more. See the full agenda of today’s events: ShORE 2019_Draft AgendaFixed
This year undergraduate senior, Jehmia Williams, will be presenting an oral presentation titled “Determining Spatial and Temporal Water Quality Changes in the Halifax River Lagoon”.
Undergraduate seniors, Alyssa Stubbs and Ja’Kaila Jefferson, will be presenting their poster titlied, “Benthic and Pelagic Copepod Feeding Preferences of Dwarf Seahorses, Hippocampus zosterae” and
Undergraduate sophomore, Lauren Albury will present her poster “Zooplankton Density in Dragline Ditch Marsh Sites Compared to Natural Waterways”
These projects are the culmination of over a year of hard work from these women scientists!