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Science Seminar Series

Eight Manchester University Students Present Research at the Indiana Academy of Science

          Eight Manchester students had the opportunity to present data that they collected to the Indiana Academy of Science on the 9th of March. They presented data on fish, birds, mice, water analysis, ect. Its a valuable experience that will benefit them on their future education and career goals.

Presentations

"A descriptive study of eastern sand darter (Ammocrypta pellucida): Habitat preference and prey selectivity in the Eel River"

Aaron Cotner

"Redside dace (Clinostomus elongatus) in Mill Creek, Wabash County, Indiana: A strategy research and augmentation"

Amber Melick

"Temporal and Spatial variability of nonpoint source pollution in the Eel River: The need for time integrated sampling"

Morgan Hill

"Dam removal in Eel River: A collaborative ecological approach to stream restoration"

Kyle Boone

"Year class strength and spawning success of the smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) in the Eel River as related to suspended stream sediment concentration and duration of exposure"

Herb Manifold

"Agonistic behaviors of male deer mice (Peromyscus maniculatus) and their investigation of females based on the number of females present"

Kelsie Biglin and Shantel Short

"Genetic characterization of chickadee hybrid zone in northern Indiana"

Ben Cloud

 

Back Row Left to Right: Ben Cloud, Herb Manifold, Peter Bauson. Front Row: Kelsie Biglin, Amber Melick, Shantel Short, Morgan Hill, Aaron Cotner, Kyle Boone

Kelsie Biglin and Shantel Short

Kelsie Biglin and Shantel Short    
Kelsie Biglin and Shantel Short presenting their poster Ben Cloud Presenting his poster Ben Cloud

 

 


 
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