Graduate Students
R. T. Dillon
Name - Thesis date - my capacity.

Buzzi, W. (1990) Committee.
The effects of induced triploidy on early growth and survivorship in the hard clam, Mercenaria.

Bricker, T. (2012) Committee.
The effects of sediment grain size and shell content on the burial time of the coquina, Donax sp.

Dayan, N. (1994) Major advisor.
Florida as a biogeographic boundary: Evidence from the population genetics of Littorina irrorata.

McLean, D. (1988) Major advisor.
Variations in allelic frequencies in juveniles of the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria.

McMillan, E. W. (1993) Major advisor.
A comparison of genetic variation among local demes of three bivalve species: Crassostrea virginica, Mercenaria mercenaria,and Geukensia demissa.

Metzner-Roop, K. (1993) Major advisor.
The effect of aquaculture on the genetics of natural populations of the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria.

Mount, A. (1991) Committee.
The physiological role of amino acids in the extrapallial fluid of the American oyster, Crassostrea virginica.

Renshaw, M. (2003)  Committee.
Use of microsatellites for genetic marking of hatchery-stock individuals in the wild as part of red drum (Sciaenops ocellatus) stock enhancement research in South Carolina.

Robinson, J.  (2006)  Major advisor
Divergence in the oyster drill, Urosalpinx (Neogastropoda: Muricidae), around the Florida peninsula

Underwood, E. (2016) Committee.
Investigation of the population genetic structure of invasive Island apple snails (Pomacea maculata) in South Carolina, USA.

Wethington, A. (1992) Major advisor.
Sex allocation in the freshwater snail, Physa heterostropha.

Wise, J. (1988) Committee.
Contribution to the biology of the ectoparasitic snail, Boonea impressa.