The Gump Station community hosts graduate students from many universities and they do work in a variety of fields utilizing the diverse ecological systems easily available across the islands.

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Aaron Wallace Emory University
Adrian Stier University of Florida National Geographic International Ecostations
Andrea Crowther University of Kansas Moorea Biocode Project
April Yang University of California Berkeley Moorea Biocode Project
Benjamin Carter Moorea Biocode Project
Benjamin Carter Moorea Biocode Project
Brad Balukjian University of California, Berkeley Moorea Biocode Project
David Hembry University of California, Berkeley National Geographic International Ecostations
Ekaphan Kraichak University of California Berkeley
Erica Spotswood University of California, Berkeley National Geographic International Ecostations
Erwan Delrieu-Trottin CRIOBE Moorea Biocode Project
J.T. Boehm Moorea Biocode Project
Joel Nitta Moorea Biocode Project
Julie Fraisse Université de Perpignan Moorea Biocode Project
Kristine White University of Southern Mississippi Moorea Biocode Project
Lydia Smith UC Berkeley Moorea Biocode Project
Margarita Hadjistylli University of California Berkeley Moorea Biocode Project
Matthew McElroy UC Berkeley Moorea Biocode Project
Michael Gil University of Florida The effects of multiple anthropogenic stressors on coral reef communities
Peter Oboyski University of California Berkeley
Scott Fay University of California Berkeley Moorea Biocode Project
Shane Geange Victoria University Wellington National Geographic International Ecostations
Shay Boutillier University of California Berkeley Land use planning to promote marine conservation
Willow Jorgensen University of Hawaii Moorea Biocode Project