Alumni Spotlight: Malloree Hagerty

EOSC alum publishes paper in the Journal of Life and Environmental Sciences

Cyprid species identified from plankton samples. (A) Pollicipes polymerus. (B) Chthamalus fissus. (C) Balanus glandula. (D) Tetraclita rubescens. (E) Balanus trigonus. (F) Megabalanus rosa. (G–J) fourCyprid species identified from plankton samples. (A) Pollicipes polymerus. (B) Chthamalus fissus. (C) Balanus glandula. (D) Tetraclita rubescens. (E) Balanus trigonus. (F) Megabalanus rosa.

We are proud to announce a new paper published today by recent EOSC alum Malloree Hagerty! Malloree received her Masters of Science in Marine Science in 2017. Her paper titled Diversity and distribution of nearshore barnacle cyprids in southern California through the 2015–16 El Niño was published in PeerJ — the Journal of Life and Environmental Sciences, which is a peer-reviewed & open access journal publishing primary research and reviews in biology, life sciences, environmental sciences, and medicine.

Congratulations Malloree! We are so proud!

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Soroya Rowley
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