Students interested in marine conservation can
choose to spend one term at the Hatfield Marine Science Center, an extended campus facility located in Newport, where we have courses emphasizing the marine environment.
Current MS & PhD Evaluations, Research Review and Thesis Defense Resources
Erin Kunisch MS student - Pictured with seal pups.
Gary Ivey MS student - Crane Project
CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS
Meet James Losee, M. S. graduate student in Fisheries Science working with Dr. Jessica Miller. Prior to starting the Master's program he was studying the trophic interactions of juvenile salmon in the marine environment with NOAA.
Regarding his current MS program, James said, "It has been a great opportunity to pick up skills that I was lacking prior to coming back to school and make new relationships with researchers here at OSU."
His current research involves relating changes in the marine trophic interaction in the ocean to variability in the ocean ecosystem, in order to measure changes in diet and the food web of salmon. James is monitoring the parasites that salmon obtain through marine trophic interactions and using those parasites as biological tags on the salmon.
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