Ph.D. Student, Population Biology Graduate Group
Research interests: I study how local adaptation influences species interactions and community processes and how that scales up to large biogeographic scales along the U.S. Pacific coast.
Ph.D. Student, Graduate Group in Ecology (Starting Sept. 2019)
Dr. AURORA RICART
Ph.D., University of Barcelona
Post-doctoral researcher with the Bodega Ocean Acidification Research team (website)
BOAR Research Technician
CSU Northridge, M.S.
Research technician with the Bodega Ocean Acidification Research (BOAR) team
UC Davis, College of Biological Sciences
Undergraduate Research Assistant, “Coastal mosaics of local adaptation and the eco-evolutionary dynamics of a marine predator-prey interaction”
Independent Project: Nemertean diversity in the Bodega Bay region.
UC Davis, Bodega Marine Laboratory Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow
Independent Research Project: Spatial variation and adaptive coloration in the Proliferating Sea Anemone, Epiactis prolifera.
LoRenzo Ray olano
UC Davis, Animal Science Major
Senior Thesis: Thermal tolerance of the lined-shore crab, Pachygrapsus crassipes.
UC Davis, Environmental Toxicology Major
Senior Thesis: Effects of microplastics on the mole crab Emerita analoga.
Sanford Lab, Summer 2019: (from left to right) Maddy Frey, Manisha Koneru, Sam Walkes, Eric Sanford, Emily Longman, Sarah Merolla, Aurora Ricart