Annelise conducting a salmon experiment
Annelise Del Rio was recently awarded a Delta Science Fellowship from California Sea Grant and the US Bureau of Reclamation. Her PhD research will examine the effects of elevated temperature and hypoxia on the development and physiological performance of early life stages of Chinook salmon. Congratulations Annelise!
Read more about her and the rest of the 2018 Fellows at https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/news/ten-early-career-scientists-named-2018-delta-science-fellows
Brigitte Clark (L) and Alexandra Resnick (R) presented their research at the 27th Annual Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Conference (link). Brigitte shared her work on identifying ploidy (genome duplication) in white sturgeon while Alex discussed her research on the effects of climate change on the behavior of juvenile Antarctic fish.
Britt, a PhD candidate co-advised by Dr. Nann Fangue, was recently selected to be 2016 Delta Science Fellow. She will study the effects of climate change on interactions between native and non-native fishes in the Delta. Read more about her research and other fellows at: