MARINE ECOLOGY course
at
Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre
(Bamfield, British Columbia, Canada)

10 June - 19 July 2002

For a group picture, click here.

Upper row (from left to right): Jennifer Cary, Lyndsey Zotzman, Robert McCrea, Heather McNally, Kyle Rollefstad, Sara O'Neill, Annie Brown, Katsky Venter.  Lower row (from left to right): Ricardo A. Scrosati (Instructor), Kylee Pawluk, Elise Keppel, Christine Heaven, Benita Mudge; teaching assistant: Brian Penney (missing in photo).
 

The following 4 publications resulted from student research projects:

Heaven, C. & R. Scrosati 2004. Feeding preference of Littorina snails (Gastropoda) for bleached and photosynthetic tissues of the seaweed Mazzaella parksii (Rhodophyta). Hydrobiologia 513: 239-243.  PDF

Keppel, E. & R. Scrosati 2004. Chemically mediated avoidance of Hemigrapsus nudus (Crustacea) by Littorina scutulata (Gastropoda): effects of species coexistence and variable cues. Animal Behaviour 68: 915-920.  PDF

Mudge, B. & R. Scrosati 2003. Effects of wave exposure on the proportion of gametophytes and tetrasporophytes of Mazzaella oregona (Rhodophyta: Gigartinales) from Pacific Canada. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 83: 701-704.  PDF

Scrosati, R. & B. Mudge 2004. Effects of elevation, wave exposure, and year on the proportion of gametophytes and tetrasporophytes in Mazzaella parksii (Rhodophyta, Gigartinaceae) populations. Hydrobiologia 520: 199-205.  PDF