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Scholars Day 2008, Wednesday, April 9

Life in Empty Queen Conch Shells

I turned over nearly 200 empty queen conch shells in Grahamís Harbor and counted the number of organisms living on or in them. I also set out 10 empty queen conch shells and determined short-term colonization rates. I will present the results of my study and show pictures of typical organisms that inhabit empty queen conch shells.

Presenter: Sarah Miloski (Undergraduate Student)
Topic: Environmental Science
Location: 104 Edwards
Time: 9:15 am (Session I)