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This profile was last updated on 5/16/12  and contains information from public web pages.

Graduate Students

University of California , Santa Cruz
 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • masters
    Sonoma State University
  • UC Santa Cruz
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In addition to Robinson and Costa, ...
www.sciencedaily.com, 16 May 2012 [cached]
In addition to Robinson and Costa, the coauthors of the paper include Daniel Crocker, a longtime collaborator who earned his Ph.D. at UCSC and is now a biology professor at Sonoma State University; Juan Pablo Gallo-Reynoso at Unidad Guaymas in Sonora, Mexico; UCSC graduate students Cory Champagne, Melinda Fowler, Chandra Goetsch, Kimberly Goetz, Jason Hassrick, Luis Huckstadt, Jennifer Maresh, Sarah Peterson, and Nicole Teutschel; UCSC postdoctoral researchers Sara Maxwell, Birgitte McDonald, and Stella Villegas-Amtmann; Carey Kuhn of the National Marine Mammal Laboratory in Seattle; Samantha Simmons from the Marine Mammal Commission; and Ken Yoda of Nagoya University in Japan.
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Patrick W. Robinson, Daniel P. Costa, Daniel E. Crocker, Juan Pablo Gallo-Reynoso, Cory D. Champagne, Melinda A. Fowler, Chandra Goetsch, Kimberly T. Goetz, Jason L. Hassrick, Luis A. Hückstädt, Carey E. Kuhn, Jennifer L. Maresh, Sara M. Maxwell, Birgitte I. McDonald, Sarah H. Peterson, Samantha E. Simmons, Nicole M. Teutschel, Stella Villegas-Amtmann, Ken Yoda.
In addition to Robinson and Costa, ...
www.eurekalert.org, 15 May 2012 [cached]
In addition to Robinson and Costa, the coauthors of the paper include Daniel Crocker, a longtime collaborator who earned his Ph.D. at UCSC and is now a biology professor at Sonoma State University; Juan Pablo Gallo-Reynoso at Unidad Guaymas in Sonora, Mexico; UCSC graduate students Cory Champagne, Melinda Fowler, Chandra Goetsch, Kimberly Goetz, Jason Hassrick, Luis Huckstadt, Jennifer Maresh, Sarah Peterson, and Nicole Teutschel; UCSC postdoctoral researchers Sara Maxwell, Birgitte McDonald, and Stella Villegas-Amtmann; Carey Kuhn of the National Marine Mammal Laboratory in Seattle; Samantha Simmons from the Marine Mammal Commission; and Ken Yoda of Nagoya University in Japan.
Meet Melinda | TOPP
www.topp.org, 27 Sept 2007 [cached]
Nicole Teutschel at UC Santa Cruz Long Marine Lab, CA -- The E-Seal Team has a new member, Melinda Fowler.
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Melinda did her masters at Sonoma State University with Dan Crocker, who introduced the Missouri farm girl to the world of elephant seals.
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Growing up on a farm in rural Missouri, Melinda wondered about the outside world, but maintained her interest in animals. Marine animals were as different as you could get from Melinda's roots with cows, goats and horses; it was new and exciting to her. Years later, Melinda is still captivated by marine mammal research. Now she's not only driven by her curiosity of animals extremely different from those she worked with in Missouri, but also being able to do her own independent research.
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Melinda is now a first year doctorate student in Dan Costa's lab at UC Santa Cruz.
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Melinda comes to UC Santa Cruz having deployed tags on elephant seals in Mexico, assisted in behavioral studies of Galapagos sea lions, monitored Hawaiian monk seals on Laysan Island, observed maternal investment and behavior of Stellar sea lions in Alaska, and, this year, Melinda was instrumental in the TOPP California sea lion tagging and recovery effort on San Nicholas Island in the Channel Islands off Southern California. Melinda tagging an elephant seal in Mexico.
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Melinda capturing a California sea lion on San Nicholas Island (above). A female California sea lion carrying TOPP tags (below).
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After gaining diverse experiences on many different marine mammal species, Melinda is fascinated by northern elephant seals' phenomenal ability to fast and lactate at the same time. How the female seals are able to mobilize the immense amount of calories that she and her pup need is an amazing feat. Melinda added that this is only one of the astonishing aspects that this extreme species is able to accomplish, and this has sparked her interest in satellite telemetry and TOPP's tagging programs.
As a doctorate student, Melinda plans to look into those interests. Melinda will study lactation physiology in pinniped species and how their foraging ecology and varying environmental conditions can affect them and their pups.
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Lead Researchers:Dan Costa and Melinda Fowler
Mathias Grant Research Projects for Año Nuevo Island Reserve
ucop.ucnrs.org, 24 Sept 2011 [cached]
Researcher:Melinda Fowler
Nicole Teutschel at UC Santa Cruz ...
topp.org, 27 Sept 2007 [cached]
Nicole Teutschel at UC Santa Cruz Long Marine Lab, CA -- The E-Seal Team has a new member, Melinda Fowler.
...
Melinda did her masters at Sonoma State University with Dan Crocker, who introduced the Missouri farm girl to the world of elephant seals.
...
Growing up on a farm in rural Missouri, Melinda wondered about the outside world, but maintained her interest in animals. Marine animals were as different as you could get from Melinda's roots with cows, goats and horses; it was new and exciting to her. Years later, Melinda is still captivated by marine mammal research. Now she's not only driven by her curiosity of animals extremely different from those she worked with in Missouri, but also being able to do her own independent research.
...
Melinda is now a first year doctorate student in Dan Costa's lab at UC Santa Cruz.
...
Melinda comes to UC Santa Cruz having deployed tags on elephant seals in Mexico, assisted in behavioral studies of Galapagos sea lions, monitored Hawaiian monk seals on Laysan Island, observed maternal investment and behavior of Stellar sea lions in Alaska, and, this year, Melinda was instrumental in the TOPP California sea lion tagging and recovery effort on San Nicholas Island in the Channel Islands off Southern California. Melinda tagging an elephant seal in Mexico.
...
Melinda capturing a California sea lion on San Nicholas Island (above). A female California sea lion carrying TOPP tags (below).
...
After gaining diverse experiences on many different marine mammal species, Melinda is fascinated by northern elephant seals' phenomenal ability to fast and lactate at the same time. How the female seals are able to mobilize the immense amount of calories that she and her pup need is an amazing feat. Melinda added that this is only one of the astonishing aspects that this extreme species is able to accomplish, and this has sparked her interest in satellite telemetry and TOPP's tagging programs.
As a doctorate student, Melinda plans to look into those interests. Melinda will study lactation physiology in pinniped species and how their foraging ecology and varying environmental conditions can affect them and their pups.
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