Ms. Haley Gambill has received both the NC State College of Natural Resources Enrichment Fund and the G. T. Barthalmus Undergraduate Research Grant. Congratulations Haley!

Ms. Gambill is conducting her own independent research project this semester investigating how fish aggregation size affects growth of individual white grunts. Collaborating with Dr. Jesse Fischer , we will be using otoliths (fish ear bones) for age and growth anaylsis. More updates on this research coming soon!

Haley Gambill
undergraduate researcher at NC State University
Image of a white grunt otolith mounted in modeling clay to prepare for epoxy submersion to assist in sectioning. Techniques modified by Dr. Jesse Fischer, research assistant professor at NC State University

February 11, 2019

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