Monday, October 5, 2015

Marine science alumnus thesis selected as ‘top’ article

Sam Kahng, Ph.D. and Daniel Luck
discuss a coral sample
The thesis of Daniel Luck (MSMS ’13), “Polyphyly and hidden species among Hawai’i’s dominant mesophotic coral genera, Leptoseris and Pavona (Scleractinia: Agariciidae),” was selected by PeerJ as one of the “Top Marine Biology Papers – September 2015“ collection.

Luck is a Science Teaching Fellow with KIPP Austin Public Schools in Texas.

Read more about the research of Luck and his faculty mentor Associate Professor of Oceanography Sam Kahng, Ph.D., in the Fall 2012 issue of HPU Today, pg. 8. This research was also published in the International Society for Reef Studies publication Reef Encounter, pg. 19.  


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