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Theses 2009

Chandler, E. A., 2009. Seasonal Processes Affecting the Seawall Barrier System and the Evolution of the Southwestern Barrier Spit and Sprague River Inlet Phippsburg, Maine. [Unpublished BA degree in Geology], Bates College, Lewiston, Maine.

Foley, Maura B. 2009. Contact Relationships of the Ammonoosuc Volcanics and the Jefferson Dome. Unpublished undergraduate thesis, Department of Geology. Bates College.

Gallo, M. S. 2009. Characterization of a novel GluR5/6/7-immunoreactive cell group in the buccal ganglia of the pond snail, Helisoma trivolvis. Unpublished senior thesis. Department of Neuroscience. Bates College.

Glennon, Ben. “Do Beach Advisories And Proximity To Beaches Affect Local Property Values? A Hedonic Property Analysis In Southern Maine.” Thesis. Bates College, 2009.

Levin, Benjamin, 2009. Geographic variation in growth of the Greenland Smoothcockle (Serripes groenlandicus) aroudn Svalbard: Influence of water column properties and regional climate indices. Bates College, Lewiston, ME. (Unpublished thesis).

Marino, Jennifer. Raman Spectroscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy. Unpublished undergraduate thesis, Department of Chemistry, Bates College. 68p.

Meader, Anna G. 2009. Plasmonics and Developing Nanotechnology: Silica-Gold Core-Shell Particles. Unpublished Undergraduate Thesis, Department of Chemistry, Bates College. 45pp.

Meyers, K.A. 2009. Exercise performance in moderate hypoxia in rats with impaired carotid bodies. Unpublished undergraduate thesis, Department of Biology, Bates College.

Quarrier, Brian P. 2009. Changes in Land-Use and Nearshore Sediment Characteristics, Pleasant Lake, Casco, Maine. Unpublished undergraduate thesis, Department of Environmental Studies. Bates College.

Ritchie, N. C. W. 2009. Chemistry at the Sediment-Water Interface in Middle Range Pond and Pleasant Lake, South-Central Maine, Late Summer 2008. Department of Environmental Studies, Bates College Senior Thesis.

Rogers, Elizabeth S. 2009. Black-legged Tick (Ixodes scapularis) Occurrence, Burdens of Small Mammals, and Infection Rates by Borrelia burgdorferi in Southwestern Maine. Senior thesis, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine.

Ryan, Stuart K., 2009. Growth Rates of the Hairy Cockle (Clinocardium ciliatum) across the Barents Sea Polar Front. Unpublished undergraduate thesis, Department of Geology. Bates College.