Henbelk Hernandez

STRI Intern

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My interests lie in geology and paleoecology, specifically the structure, constitution, behaviour, and evolution of physical processes and how they interact with biology. I am working with Erin Dillon to process fossil and modern reef sediments from the Dominican Republic for her shark dermal denticle project. Through this opportunity, I hope to gain experience in the lab and learn more about microfossils and their application in interpreting environmental change over time, which will assist my future academic studies in paleoecology.

 

Previous Lab Alumni

 

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Abigail Cannon | Grazing and seagrass ecology (Scripps and STRI fellow)