2120 Koyukuk Drive
236 Irving II
Fairbanks, AK 99775
Ocean change impacts on three marine species critical to Alaska’s recreational, commercial and subsistence fisheries
- Ocean acidification
- Oceanic climate change
- Developmental biology
- Biogenic mineralogy
- Experimental biology
My current thesis work revolves around understanding the impacts of projected ocean change on animals of commercial, subsistence and recreational value in Alaska. This includes work regarding ocean acidification impacts on larval Pacific razor clam development and physiology; research on the impacts of ocean acidification and elevated temperature on Bidarki physiology and metabolism; and work regarding the impact of ocean acidification and reduced food availability on juvenile pink salmon growth and physiology.
- Scientific Diving certification, AAUS, 2018
- Rasmuson Fisheries Research Center Graduate Student Fellowship July 2019–June 2021
I would like to be a professor at a research institution.