PhD Defense – Dan Clark, ‘Roosting, Site Fidelity, and the Use of Anthropogenic Food by Urban Gulls in Massachusetts:Implications for Public Water Supply Reservoirs’ Room 312A Holdsworth

    To:        Faculty & Students, Department of Environmental Conservation From:      Stephen DeStefano (Committee chair) RE:        Defense for Daniel E. Clark Dan Clark, a PhD candidate in Environmental Conservation, will defend his dissertation titled, "ROOSTING, SITE FIDELITY, AND THE USE OF ANTHROPOGENIC FOOD BY URBAN GULLS IN MASSACHUSETTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY RESERVOIRS” on Friday, 4 October 2013 at 10:00 am in Rm 312A, Holdsworth Hall.  His committee members are Stephen DeStefano (chair), Paul Sievert, Tim Randhir, Al Richmond, and Julie Ellis.  A copy of his dissertation is available in Holdsworth 225. Dan completed an MS degree in Fisheries and Wildlife at the University of Missouri. He is Director of Natural Resources for the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation....
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PhD Defense – James S. Peters, “Materiality and Location: A Geographic Study of Log Home Manufacturing” 312A Holdsworth Hall

James S. Peters, a PhD candidate in Forestry, will defend his dissertation entitled, “MATERIALITY AND LOCATION: A GEOGRAPHIC STUDY OF LOG HOME MANUFACTURING” on October 25, 2013 at 10 AM in Rm 312A, Holdsworth Hall.  His exam committee members are David T. Damery (chair), Peggi Clouston, and Richard W. Wilkie.  A copy of his dissertation is available in Holdsworth 225.  ...
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Master’s Defense – Heather Tyrell, “Movement patterns and catch-and-release impacts of striped bass in a tidal coastal embayment in Massachusetts” Holdsworth Hall 312A

Heather Tyrrell, an MS candidate in Marine Science and Technology, will defend her thesis paper entitled, "Movement patterns and catch-and-release impacts of striped bass in a tidal coastal embayment in Massachusetts” on October 2nd at 1:00 pm in Rm 312A, Holdsworth Hall. Her exam committee members are Andy Danylchuk (chair), Steve McCormick and Greg Skomal.  A copy of her thesis is available in Holdsworth 225.  ...
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Master’s Defense – Erin Snook – “Movement patterns of brook trout in a restored coastal system in southern Massachusetts” Room 312A

To:      Faculty & Students, Department of Environmental Conservation From: Andy Danylchuk RE:      Defense for Erin Snook Erin Snook, an MS candidate in Marine Science and Technology, will defend her thesis entitled, "Movement patterns of brook trout in a restored coastal stream system in southern Massachusetts” on September 20th at 1:30 pm in Rm 312A, Holdsworth Hall. Her exam committee members are Andy Danylchuk (chair), Ben Letcher and Steve Cadrin.  A copy of her thesis is available in Holdsworth 225....
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Master’s Defense – Jared Starr: “Patterns in Trash: Factors that Drive Municipal Solid Waste Recycling” 312A

To: Faculty & Students, Department of Environmental Conservation From: Craig Nicolson RE: Defense for Jared Starr Jared Starr, an MS candidate in Environmental Conservation, will defend his thesis entitled, "Patterns in Trash: Factors that Drive Municipal Solid Waste Recycling" on September 19 at 1:30 pm in Room 312A, Holdsworth Hall.  His exam committee members are Craig Nicolson (chair), Charlie Schweik, and Anita Milman. A copy of his thesis is available in Holdsworth 225....
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