Peter Hernes, PI
Professor – Land, Air, and Water Resources
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Postdoctoral Researcher – Land, Air, and Water Resources
Amanda is broadly interested in aquatic ecology, especially food webs and the interplay between organisms and ecosystem processes. Currently, she is researching resource use of copepods in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta in order to understand how wetland plant detritus supports the lower food web. Amanda joined the Hernes Lab in August 2020 as a postdoc, after finishing her PhD at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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PhD Candidate – Agricultural & Environmental Chemistry Graduate Group
Madi is a PhD student in the graduate group of Agricultural & Environmental Chemistry interested in studying ecosystems impacted by anthropogenic climate change. She is currently researching particulate organic carbon in the particle-starved Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Her research focuses on quantifying sources of particulates within the organic matter pool, characterizing the forms of these particles, and assessing quality of particulates as a food source.
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PhD Student – Agricultural & Environmental Chemistry Graduate Group
Alyssa earned her B.S. in Chemistry from North Carolina State University. She spent several years working as a research assistant in industry and academia before continuing her academic pursuits as a PhD student within the Agricultural & Environmental Chemistry graduate group at UC Davis. Alyssa joined the lab in September 2020. Her research is focused on terrestrial organic carbon transport and transformation across Arctic land-sea continuums. When not working in the lab, Alyssa enjoys spending time outside gardening, hiking, running, cycling, and skiing.
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