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GRADUATE STUDENTS SUPERVISED

Arthur A. Wolfson, Ph.D.,  1973.  Dissertation Title:  "Some effects of increased temperature on the settlement and development of a marine community." Department of Biology, University of California, San Diego.

David Valentine, Ph.D., 1972.  Dissertation Title:  "Morphological asymmetry and physical anomalies in selected marine teleosts from the California."  Department of Biology, University of California, San Diego.

William Lippincott, Ph.D.,   197x.  Department of Biology, University of California, San Diego.

Bruce Wilcox, Ph.D.,  1980.  Dissertation Title:  "Aspects of the biogeography and evolutionary ecology of some island vertebrates.  Department of Biology, University of California, San Diego.

Maria S. Sorice Aburto.  1987.  Thesis title:  "Fragmentacion de habitat y sus effectos en la avifauna del monomorras espinoso.  Thesis to satisfy requirements for "Licenciado en Biologia," Autonomous University of Mexico, Los Reyes Ixtacala.

Leslie Long, M.S., 1992.  Thesis Title:  "Effects of low pH and enhanced ultraviolet-B radiation on amphibian embryos.  Institute of Marine Sciences, UCSC.

L. Scott Mills, Ph.D., 1993.  Dissertation title, "Extinctions in habitat remnants: proximate mechanisms and biogeographic consequences."  Department of Biology, UCSC.

Sanjayan Muttulingam, Ph.D., 1997.   Dissertation Topic:  "Genetics, Physiology, and Fitness in a Wild Small Mammal Population."  Department of Biology, UCSC.

Kelly Moran, Ph.D.  2001 Dissertation Topic:   "The relationship between genetic variation and physiological fitness in the pocket gopher, Thomomys bottae."  Department of Biology, UCSC.

Gerard P. Zegers, Ph.D.  2001, Dissertation Topic:   "Disease resistance as a function of genetic variation measured throughout the genome and at the MHC in pocket gophers.  Department of Biology, UCSC.

Kevin Crooks, Ph.D.  1999, Dissertation Topic:  "The Effect of Mammalian Carnivores on the Structure and Diversity of Ecological Communities."  Department of Biology, UCSC.

Kim Heinemyer, Ph.D. 2002, Dissertation Topic:  “Movement patterns of American marten in a fragmented landscape.”  Department of Environmental Studies, UCSC.

GRADUATE COMMITTEE SERVICE

Marc Pomerantz, Ph.D.  Department of Biology, University of California, San Diego.

Rude, Kathleen S.  1985.  Thesis title: "Techniques to improve comprehension of technical writing."  School of Natural Resources,  University of Michigan

William Newmark, Ph.D.  1986.  Dissertation Title:  "Mammalian richness, colonization and extinction in Western North American national parks.  School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan.

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