The poster session will happen on Thursday May 28, 2020 from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM. To join the session, click on the Zoom meeting invitation in the program. Your moderator (Chris Cousins) will move you to the breakout room with the poster you'd like to view. 

Please give peer feedback at this link! 4 prizes (either 1 ticket to the Oregon Aquarium or 1 bag of Allan Bros coffee--randomly drawn) will be awarded for giving feedback.
$250 Prizes will be awarded to the best graduate student poster and the best undergraduate student poster!
Microplastics in Northern California Current Pelagic Zone Zooplankton
Anna Bolm
Masters Student
Degree: Fisheries Sciences
Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Oregon State University
Exploring the Influence of Upwelling on Productivity of Eelgrass Beds Along Oregon Estuaries
Bailey Harris
Undergraduate Student
Integrative Biology
Oregon State University
Aquatic invertebrate communities in western Oregon temporary ponds shaped by hydroperiod duration
Christi Kruse
Masters Student
Integrative Biology
Oregon State University
What is Responsible for the Stripping of Bark from Black Locust Trees (Robinia pseudoacacia) Beneath Cracked Cap Polypore (Phellinus robiniae) Fungi?
Daniel Gillies
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Oregon State University
Predicting Imperfectly Detected Plant-Pollinator Interactions from Latent Features
Eugene Seo
Ph.D. Student
Degree: Computer Science
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Oregon State University
A call for corpses: post-endpoint parasite surveys reduce waste and provide additional value to research projects
Farallon J. Broughton
Ph.D. Student
Degree: Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Oregon State University
Over, Around, or Through: Monitoring Larval Pacific Giant Salamander Movement Near Water Intake Structures
Jordan Eaton, Tiffany Garcia
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Fisheries and Wildlife
Oregon State University
The Effects of a Parasitic Nematode on Ghost Shrimp Behavior
Joseph Brockman
Masters Student
Degree: Fisheries Science
Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Oregon State University
Diet Composition and Size of Juvenile Pacific Cod Differs in a Pre-Heatwave, Between-Heatwave, and During-Heatwave Year
Kaylee Marshall, Kaitlyn Osborne
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Zoology
Integrative Biology
Oregon State University
Exploring the Presence of Wasting Disease in an Oregon Eelgrass Estuary
Korrina Wirfs
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Ocean Science
Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Oregon State University
Ocelot Density in Taiamã Ecological Station
Maizy Kesterson
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Oregon State University
Biodiversity of the H.J. Andrews and the surrounding Willamette National Forest
Marie Tosa
Ph.D. Student
Degree: Wildlife Science
Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Oregon State University
Are fish relocating due to Hypoxia?
Montana McLeod
Masters Student
Degree: Fisheries Sciences
Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Oregon State University
Evaluation of juvenile Pacific Cod stable isotope composition in response to thermal variability in the Gulf of Alaska
Paris Hart, Alex Shoulders
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Zoology
Integrative Biology
Oregon State University
Development of a high-throughput method to test biocide toxicity across a salinity gradient in a euryhaline fish model
Sara Hutton
Ph.D. Student
Environmental and Molecular Toxicology
Oregon State University