Natalie joined the MGL in 2017. She received her B.S. in Biological Sciences with an emphasis in Marine Biology from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. At FAU, Natalie attended the Semester by the Sea Program at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute. There, she took courses and worked aboard a marine research vessel, traveling throughout Tampa Bay and the Eastern Gulf of Mexico. After leaving FAU, Natalie worked as a Fisheries Technician III at different salmon hatcheries in remote Alaska through the Prince William Sound Aquaculture Corporation and Southern Southeast Regional Aquaculture Association.
1. Epigenetic changes in Red Drum due to oil bioaccumulation and potential influences of anthropogenic evolution on adaptation.
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