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Wendel Raymond

Ph.D. Student

Oregon State University
B.Sc. (Biology)
Curriculum Vitae
Student Career Goals:
Anything where I can ask interesting and relevant questions about marine ecology and answer them.

Dethier MN, Raymond WW, McBride A, Toft J, Cordell J, Ogston A, Heerhartz S, Berry H. In r. Local and large-scale impacts of armoring on Salish Sea shorelines: Evidence for cumulative and threshold effects. Estuar Coast Shelf S.

Raymond WW, Albins MA, Pusack TJ. 2014. Competitive interactions for shelter between invasive Pacific red lionfish and native Nassau grouper. Environ Biol Fish. doi: 10.1007/s10641-014-0236-9

Dethier MN, Brown A, Burgess S, Eisenlord ME, Galloway AWE, Kimber J, Lowe AT, O’Neil CM, Raymond WW, Sosik EA, Duggins DO. 2014. Degrading detritus: Changes in food quality of aging kelp tissue varies with species J Exp Mar Biol Eco. 460:72-79.

Raymond WW, Lowe AT, Galloway AWE . 2014. Degradation state of algal diets affects fatty acids composition but not size of red urchin gonads Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 509:213-225.

Ecological roles of sea otters in Southeast
Current Research Projects
  • Sustainability of coastal communities and sea otters: harvest and future management of sea otters (Alaska Sea Grant) My role in this interdisciplinary project is to analyze the USFWS database of subsistence harvested sea otters is Southeast Alaska. We are interested in patterns of harvest and what those patterns may tell us about sea otters in Southeast Alaska and their relationship with the human population.
  • Western Society of Naturalists
  • American Academy of Underwater Sciences
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