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Jonathan D. Craft

Former Undergraduate Research Student

Department of Biological Sciences

Auburn University,  Auburn, AL 36849

craftjd[at]gmail[dot]com

Tel: (334) 844-1651

 

Masters Program; Grice Marine Laboratory; College of Charleston (current).

B.Sc. Marine Biology; Auburn University.

 

Phylogeography of Halocaridina rubra: Discerning relatedness between populations of an endemic Hawaiian shrimp. Poster from 2006 Society for Intergrative and Comparative Biology (SICB) Meetings in Orlando, FL.

 

Utilizing molecular and genetic techniques to resolve questions in the fields of biological oceanography and marine ecology.

  2004

Field Assistant, Antarctica Cruise B-281 (R/V L.M. Gould) -Auburn University (Ken Halanych).

  2004-05

Lab Technician, Freshman Biology Prep Lab Auburn University (Cecelia Mosjidis, Melinda Sanders).

  2003

Field Assistant, North Atlantic Research Cruise, Woods Hole, MA (R/V Oceanus) ņAuburn University (Ken Halanych).

  2005-06

Auburn University Undergraduate Research Fellowship

   

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Craft, J.D., A.D. Russ, M.N. Yamamoto, T.Y. Iwai Jr., S. Hau, J. Kahiapo, C.T. Chong, S. Ziegler-Chong, C. Muir, Y. Fujita, D.A. Polhemus, R.A. Kinzie III, S.R. Santos. 2008. Islands under islands: The phylogeography and evolution of Halocaridina rubra Holthuis, 1963 (Crustacean: Decapoda: Atyidae) in the Hawaiian archipelago. Limnology and Oceanography. 53:675-689.  PDF  Supplementary Material #1  Supplementary Material #2


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