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Areas of expertise: Mathematical Modeling, Ecology, Evolution, Fisheries

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Mathematical biology and evolutionary ecology with applications to climate resilience and natural resource management.  Areas of expertise include nolinear dynamics, chaos, and statistical modeling, contemporary evolution, and transgenerational plasticity.  

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Mark Carr



Areas of expertise: Ecology, Coastal Science, Conservation, Fisheries, Marine Biology, Population Dynamics, Sustainability, Science Communication

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B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz M.S., San Francisco State University Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara

Eric Peter Palkovacs

Eric Peter Palkovacs

Professor, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Associate Vice Chancellor for Research, Director, Fisheries Collaborative Program

Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Department, IMS-Fisheries Collaborative Program, Office of Research

Areas of expertise: Biology, Climate Change, Coastal Science, Conservation, Ecology, Endangered Species, Evolution, Fisheries, Genetics, Water

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B.S. University of Michigan Ph.D. Yale University

Areas of expertise: Animal Behavior, Behavioral Ecology, Sexism and Gender Bias, Fisheries, Evolution, Game Theory, Marine Biology, Mathematical Modeling, Mediterranean Studies, Population Biology

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Full Professor, Univ. Calif. Santa Cruz (2014-present) Associate Professor with tenure, Yale (2012-2104) Associate Professor on term, Yale University (2010-2011) Assistant Professor, Yale University (2004-2010) Assistant Researcher, Institute Marine Sciences, Univ. of California Santa Cruz (2001- 2004) NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Environmental Studies, Univ. of California Santa Cruz (1998-2001) PhD: University of California Santa Barbara 1998 BA: University of California Berkeley 1992

Areas of expertise: Anthropology, Archaeology, Animal-Human Relationships, Climate Change, Fisheries, Subsaharan Africa

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  Eréndira M. Quintana Morales is an archaeologist whose research program integrates various anthropological research themes, including the historical ecology of coastal environments, the role of foodways in social identity and interaction, and the application of archaeology towards the conservation of coastal biodiversity and livelihoods. She combines zooarchaeological and community-based research approaches to investigate the social and ecological impacts of human interactions wit... more »

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