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  • Zoology | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara
    to these and other important applications Techniques to investigate zoological studies include population sampling in terrestrial and marine habitats observational studies in nature and experimental investigations of their physiology behavior and other biological aspects These classical fields are analyzed with a modern approach including molecular genetics mathematical modeling SCUBA and GIS analyses among other methodologies A core element of zoological research in EEMB is our strong commitment to a teaching program including organism based courses These include fish biology vertebrate natural history parasitology herpetology and invertebrate biology Integration of research and teaching provides a large cadre of faculty graduate and undergraduate students with an exciting focus on the biology of animals Faculty Alice Alldredge Biological oceanography ecology of marine gelatinous plankton marine particulate matter and marine snow biogeochemical cycling Deron Burkepile My research has mostly focused on how trophic interactions and productivity shape community organization across a variety of different ecosystems including coral reefs rivers tall grass prairies and African savannas Scott D Cooper A current focus of my research is to examine how disturbances wildfire floods operating at different scales of time interact to affect top down and bottom up interactions in streams Erika Eliason The Eliason Lab studies ecological and evolutionary physiology in fish We are interested in the behavioral physiological and biochemical processes that allow fish to thrive in their specific environmental conditions Armand Kuris Parasite population and community ecology marine ecology crustacean biology Douglas McCauley Understanding the ecology of communities and ecosystems in a rapidly changing world Todd Oakley Our lab addresses the question of how complex traits originate during evolution We primarily study invertebrate visual systems and eyes addressing questions like when did a particular phenotype evolve When did the components of that phenotype evolve Where did those components come from What evolutionary processes and

    Original URL path: https://www.eemb.ucsb.edu/research/organismal/zoology (2016-02-17)
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  • User account | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara | UC Santa Barbara
    Services Giving User login Log in active tab Request new password Username Enter your Ecology Evolution and Marine Biology UC Santa Barbara username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username Department of Ecology Evolution and Marine Biology University of

    Original URL path: https://www.eemb.ucsb.edu/user (2016-02-17)
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  • User account | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara | UC Santa Barbara
    Research Graduate Undergraduate People News Events Support Services Giving Request new password Log in Request new password active tab Username or e mail address Department of Ecology Evolution and Marine Biology University of California Santa Barbara Copyright 2016 The Regents

    Original URL path: https://www.eemb.ucsb.edu/user/password (2016-02-17)
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  • Graduate Student Research | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara
    for at least 35 will get Full Fee Remission This will come from the grant and will cover Tuition Student Service Fee Campus based Fees UC Ship and any applicable non resident tuition Additionally the GSR will earn a monthly salary based on their appointment Appoints of less than 35 but greater than 24 will get Partial Fee Remission See Teaching Assistantships section for details Graduate Overview M A Degree Ph D Degree How to Apply Financial Support Graduate Student Research Teaching Assistantships Fellowships Grants Financial Aid FAQs Resources Visitor Information FAQs How do I Apply for Financial Support The completed application for admission automatically serves as the application for financial support Applications must be completed and submitted by December 15th to be considered for financial support There are no exceptions for applications completed after the December 15th deadline If I Am Accepted to UCSB What Sort of financial Package Can I expect to Receive Funding is individually dependent on the admitting faculty When you apply you are automatically put into consideration for several campus multiyear fellowship competitions We have very limited department funds but we try to fund our students through their first year as much as we can

    Original URL path: https://www.eemb.ucsb.edu/grad/support/gsr (2016-02-17)
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  • Teaching Assistantships | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara
    with students available Once offers are sent out students must sign the hiring paperwork before their Fee remission will be processed Support Coverage Any TAship at least 25 will get partial Fee Remission This will cover Tuition Student Service Fee and UC Ship The student is responsible for the balance 266 61 unless it is being covered by Block Grant or NSF or other such support Additionally the TA will earn a monthly salary based on their appointment 1960 for a 50 TAship Graduate Overview M A Degree Ph D Degree How to Apply Financial Support Graduate Student Research Teaching Assistantships Fellowships Grants Financial Aid FAQs Resources Visitor Information FAQs How do I Apply for Financial Support The completed application for admission automatically serves as the application for financial support Applications must be completed and submitted by December 15th to be considered for financial support There are no exceptions for applications completed after the December 15th deadline If I Am Accepted to UCSB What Sort of financial Package Can I expect to Receive Funding is individually dependent on the admitting faculty When you apply you are automatically put into consideration for several campus multiyear fellowship competitions We have very limited

    Original URL path: https://www.eemb.ucsb.edu/grad/support/ta (2016-02-17)
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  • Fellowships / Grants | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara
    EEMB and MCDB is sent out in early March requesting nomination letters Charles A Storke Award The Charles A Storke Award was initiated in 1996 through the generosity of Charles A Storke II former Associate Editor and Publisher of the Santa Barbara News Press whose family has had a long association with UCSB Part of a much larger commitment to the University this fellowship fund is intended to help bolster the Department of Ecology Evolution and Marine Biology by providing support for its most promising graduate students The Storke Fellowship provides a 2 500 stipend and will be given to an outstanding student who has advanced to candidacy and is within normative time This is a very prestigious award and is important in honoring the Storke Family The EEMB Graduate Committee will be awarding this fellowship to a senior student whose research is of the highest quality An e mail to EEMB faculty is sent out in early March requesting nomination letters Campus Fellowships Qualified students also are nominated for centrally administered Graduate Division fellowships such as the Chancellor s Fellowships Regents Special Fellowships Small Department Fellowships Eugene Cota Robles Fellowship Graduate Opportunity Fellowships and UC Santa Barbara Graduate Fellowships New Student Central Fellowships Nominations will be made by Faculty to the Graduate committee from incoming applicant records The committee will choose Departmental nominees and put them forward to Graduate Division Continuing Central Fellowships Several Central Fellowships are also available to continuing students in various stages of their degree progress The call will go out to Faculty and Students and nomination packets will be submitted to the Committee for review They will consider all candidates and choose the Departmental nominees and put them forward to Graduate Division Grants Departmental Block Grants Departmental money is used along with admissions offers to

    Original URL path: https://www.eemb.ucsb.edu/grad/support/fellowships (2016-02-17)
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  • Financial Aid | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara
    to provide out of state students with fellowships to directly cover the cost of non resident tuition during their first year Non resident and international students cannot expect more than one year of non resident tuition fellowship support Out of state students who are US citizens or eligible non citizens should take steps to establish California residency as soon as possible upon arrival A one year residency in California is required to qualify Office of the Registrar International students must pay non resident tuition in addition to fees throughout the duration of their studies at UCSB as they cannot establish California residency As this represents a large tax on grants or a significant hardship for students relatively few international students are accepted to the Graduate Program Effective Fall 2006 the quarterly nonresident tuition fee is reduced by 100 for graduate doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy Eligibility for the reduced nonresident tuition is measured in calendar years and begins with the first academic quarter following advancement to candidacy Leave of absence and unregistered quarters will not extend a student s eligibility A student who continues to be enrolled or who re enrolls three calendar years after advancing to candidacy will be charged the full nonresident rate in effect at the time For updated information go to the Office of the Registrar Fee Reductions page Graduate Overview M A Degree Ph D Degree How to Apply Financial Support Graduate Student Research Teaching Assistantships Fellowships Grants Financial Aid FAQs Resources Visitor Information FAQs How do I Apply for Financial Support The completed application for admission automatically serves as the application for financial support Applications must be completed and submitted by December 15th to be considered for financial support There are no exceptions for applications completed after the December 15th deadline If

    Original URL path: https://www.eemb.ucsb.edu/grad/support/finaid (2016-02-17)
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  • Alice Alldredge | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara
    otherwise fluid habitat The Role of Zooplankton in Coral Reef Food Webs LTER Research I am currently an Associated PI with the Moorea Coral Reef Long Term Ecological Research LTER Study in Moorea French Polynesia My lab collaborates with those of Craig Carlson and Sally MacIntrye in providing long term monitoring of water column chemistry primary production of phytoplankton zooplankton and bacterial abundance sedimentation rates and horizontal flux of zooplankton and particulate matter on the Forereef Lagoon Fringing Reef and in Cooks Bay and offshore at 6 stations on the north shore of Moorea We also are involved in quantifying the availability of zooplankton to corals and fish and the role of horizontal particle flux as an input to reef systems Additional information about the Moorea Coral Reef LTER can be found at http mcr lternet edu Home html Selected Publications Alldredge AL Cowles TJ MacIntyre S Rines JEB Donaghay PL Greenlaw CF Holliday DV Dekshenieks MM Sullivan JM Zaneveld JRV 2002 Occurrence and mechanisms of formation of a dramatic thin layer of marine snow in a shallow Pacific fjord Mar Ecol Prog Ser 2002 233 1 12 Engel A S Goldthwait U Passow and AL Alldredge 2002 Temporal decoupling of carbon and nitrogen dynamics in a mesocosm diatom bloom Limnol Oceanogr 47 753 761 Passow U P R F Shipe A Murray D K Pak M A Brzezinski A L Alldredge 2001 The origin of transparent exopolymer particles TEP and their role in the sedimentation of particulate matter Continental Shelf Research 21 327 346 Alldredge A L 2001 Particle Aggregation Dynamics Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences pp 2090 2097 Graham W M S MacIntrye and A L Alldregde 2000 Diel patterns in the concentration of marine snow and its implications for particle flux in surface waters Deep Sea Research 47

    Original URL path: https://www.eemb.ucsb.edu/people/faculty/alldredge (2016-02-17)
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