POSTER HALL 2: Climate, Environment, & Ecology

Mallory Harris

Mallory Harris

Anthropogenic climate change is expected to drive changes in the global burden and distribution of infectious diseases.
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Sean Cummings

Sean Cummings

As a science communicator, I seek out the most impactful stories in science across a broad range of fields and translate them into accessible and engaging forms for non-scientist audiences.
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Andrés Patino

Andrés Patino

I’m investigating how chytridiomycosis, a lethal amphibian disease caused by the fungal pathogens Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd) and Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans (Bsal), is affecting the amphibian populations in habitats within the city of San Francisco.
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Jonathan Aguiñaga

Jonathan Aguiñaga

Animals, including humans, often collect information from others in their social environments to aid in behavioral decision-making.
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Stephanie Adamczak

Stephanie Adamczak

My research focuses on the intersection between health, behavior, and fitness using marine mammals as a model system.
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Hope Hauptman

Hope Hauptman

1,2,3-Tricholoropropane (TCP) contaminates drinking water wells beneath land used for agriculture.
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Carly Hawkins

Carly Hawkins

In socially monogamous (but sexually promiscuous) songbirds, many mating tradeoffs are rooted in vocal communication, wherein females choose their mates in part by the quality of male song.
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Paul Summers

Paul Summers

Ice loss from Antarctic ice streams is a major source of uncertainty for future sea levels.
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Rae Taylor-Burns

Rae Taylor-Burns

We used traditional engineering tools to assess how marsh restoration can reduce flood risk from climate change in San Francisco Bay.
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Julia Owen-Ramos

Julia Owen-Ramos

The Island spotted skunk (Spilogale gracilis amphiala) is an endemic insular carnivore found on two of the Channel Islands off the coast of southern California.
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Mattea Berglund

Mattea Berglund

Mattea’s current research investigates how environmental conditions impact the salmon microbiome (the communities of microscopic organisms that live on and inside salmon), with the goal of better understanding how habitat change impacts salmon health.
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Katherine Montana

Katherine Montana

Katherine’s research focuses on expanding and refining the structure of the spider tree of life, specifically for the family Dictynidae.
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Francis H. Joyce

Francis H. Joyce

I am broadly interested in the restoration ecology of tropical forests, with an emphasis on community ecology and plant-animal interactions.
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Kira Miller

Kira Miller

The emergent fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd) causes the amphibian disease chytridiomycosis, yet susceptibility to this disease varies among amphibian hosts.
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Carolyn Schwartz

Carolyn Schwartz

My research examines variation in environmental noise levels and hearing abilities among Pacific chorus frog populations in urban and rural areas across the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Micah Swann

Micah Swann

Harmful cyanobacteria blooms (cyanoHABs) are increasing in lakes across California are due to excessive nutrient loading.
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Eric Coyle

Eric Coyle

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