Showcasing theses' and the students who completed them to earn their Master's degree. Some of the current theses' completed are listed below:
Determining the Effects of Non-native Brook Stickleback (Cualea Inconstans) on the Lentic Systems at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge, Cheney, WA
Jenae N. Yri
Invertebrate Drift in the Upper Columbia River with Implications for Young-of-the-year White Sturgeon
Ryan W. Reihart
Impacts of the Invasive Brook Stickleback (Culaea Inconstans) on Wandering Garter Snake (Thamnophis Elegans Vagrans) Fitness, Feeding Behavior and Diet
Adam C. Gilles
The Relationship Between Invasive Annual Grasses and Biological Soil Crust Across Eastern Washington
Jarrett B. Cellini
Comparative Examination of Lake Spokane Groundwater for Nutrient Discharge by Residential Development Influence
Chemically-mediated Prey Responses: Invasive brook Stickleback Induced Changes in Behavior and Life History of Larval Long-toed Salamanders
Renae K. Reed
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