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Honors, Grants and Awards:

Best Student Presentation Southern California Academy of Sciences 2016, “Pervasive Plastics: A New Challenge for Crabs and Our Sandy Beach Ecosystem”

USDA NIFA Award Title: Water Resources Experiential Learning for USDA Careers 2016

Presentations:

Invited:

Portland Surfrider October 2017

  • Oral Presentation on Pervasive Plastics on Oregons coast

National Park Service: Cabrillo National Monument 2017

  • Oral presentation on Pervasive plastics: Sub lethal effects in Sand Crabs

Ventura Audubon Presentation March 2016

  • Poster presentation: Pollutants in Our Sandy Beach Ecosystem
  • Community presentation on Microplastics in our Sandy Beach Ecosystem

Ventura County Surfrider February 2016

  • Presentation on Pervasive Plastics in Sand crabs

Contributed:

Western Society of Naturalists November 2016

  • Oral presentation on Pervasive plastics: Sub lethal effects in Sand Crabs

Channel Islands Symposium October 2016

  • Research presentation on Pervasive Plastics in Sandy Beach ecosystems and their effects on Sand crabs on Island and Mainland beaches

SAGE Student Research Conference May 2016

  • Research presentation on Pervasive Plastics in Sandy Beach ecosystems and their effects on Sand crabs

CSUCI Faculty/Student Research presentation for CSU Chancellor Dr. Tim White May 2016

  • Research presentation on Pervasive Plastics in Sandy Beach ecosystems and their effects on Sand crabs

Southern California Academy of Sciences May 2016

  • Research presentation on Pervasive Plastics in Sandy Beach ecosystems and their effects on Sand crabs

LA Water Keeper: Stand Up for Clean Water April 2016

  • Poster presentation: Pollutants in Our Sandy Beach Ecosystem
  • Community presentation on Microplastics in our Sandy Beach Ecosystem

CSU Chancellor’s Conference March 2016

  • Poster presentation on Pollutants in our Sandy Beach Ecosystem

Lakey Peterson/Surf Happens/Teddy Bear Foundation Surf Contest Presentation December 2015

  • Community presentation on Microplastics in our Sandy Beach Ecosystem

Western Society of Naturalists November 2015

  • Poster presentation on Pervasive Plastics in Sand crabs

 

Scholarly works:

In review:

Ventura County Marine Debris Trends: 30 Years of Change on Mainland and Channel Island Beaches

M.R. Miller, D.A. Horn, C.L. Steele, S. Anderson, C.Hanna

 

In progress:

Pervasive Plastics: A New Challenge for Crabs and our Sandy Beach Ecosystem

D.A. Horn, M. R. Miller, C.L. Steele, S.Anderson

 

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