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Shane Ramee

Graduate Student

Email:  sramee@ufl.edu

Degree Sought:  Ph.D.
Major Professor:  Dr. Matt DiMaggio

Previous Education

M.S., Aquaculture, 2015, Mississippi State University

B.A., Biology, 2011, Washington and Lee University

Research Publications

DiMaggio, M. A., Cassiano, E. J., Barden, K. P., Ramee, S. W., Ohs, C. L. & Watson, C. A. 2017. First Record of Captive Larval Culture and Metamorphosis of the Pacific Blue Tang, Paracanthurus hepatus. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 48: 393-401.

Ramee, S. W. and P. J. Allen. 2016. Freshwater influences on embryos, hatching and larval survival of euryhaline Gulf killifish Fundulus grandis and potential constraints on habitat distribution. Journal of Fish Biology 89(2):1466-1472.

Ramee, S. W., C. Green and P.J. Allen. 2016. Effects of low salinities on osmoregulation, growth, and survival in three age groups of juvenile Gulf killifish Fundulus grandis. North American Journal of Aquaculture 78:8-19.

Allen, P. J., Z. A. Mitchell, R. J. DeVries, D. L. Aboagye, M. Ciaramella, S.W. Ramee, H. A. Stewart, and R. Shartau. 2014. Salinity effects on Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus Mitchill, 1815) growth and osmoregulation. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 30(6):1129-1236.

Tilghman, J.M., S.W. Ramee, and D.M. Marsh. 2012. Meta-analysis of the effects of canopy removal on terrestrial salamander populations in North America. Biological Conservation 152: 1-9.

Extension Publications

Ramee, S.W., J.T. Patterson, C.L. Ohs, and M.A. DiMaggio. 2016. Candidate Species for Florida Aquaculture: Gulf Killifish, Fundulus grandis. University of Florida IFAS Extension Publication FA190. (http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fa190)

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