Anderson Lab Research

 
 

    Most of my formal training is in marine population biology, coastal ecology, and the management of coastal communities and their associated biological resources.  Over the past decade my research has migrated shoreward and upland, shifting somewhat to emphasize the design, practice, and assessment of ecological restoration projects.  While I have worked in a variety of subtidal, intertidal, and terrestrial systems, my current work emphasizes coastal systems (particularly salt marsh/estuaries and riparian systems) and ways to improve their recovery and management.  My non-coastal restoration projects are tied to wetlands and streams in alpine and steppe communities in Asia Minor.  These various efforts are unified by their overarching interest in proving tangible guidance and tools to restoration practitioners, resource agencies, and local peoples.  Please have a look around at what my lab is currently tackling.





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Current Projects

  1. Ecotoxicology of the Deepwater Horizon blowout

Ecological Restoration

  California

  1. Ormond Beach Restoration

  2. Indicators of Coastal Salt Marsh Functioning

  3. Calleguas Creek and Riparian Restoration

  Louisiana

  1. Woodlands Trail and Park Monitoring

  Turkey

  1. Eastern Anatolian Wetland Restoration

  1. Ventura County Road Kill Survey

  2. Historic Oak Woodland Management

  1. Coastal California Seafood Sustainability Survey

  Southern California

  1. New Zealand Mudsnail Sentinel Monitoring

  San Francisco Bay Area

  1. Seasonal Rhinitis and Invaded California Grasslands

  Louisiana

  1. Woodlands Trail and Park Monitoring

  1. California Mountain Lion Management

  2. Historic Oak Woodland Management

  3. Seasonal Rhinitis and Invaded California Grasslands

Research