Rebekah Bergkoetter (B.S., Southern Oregon University): My research interests include wildlife conservation, population dynamics, and evolutionary ecology.
Thesis: Morphological and behavioral differences among Daphnia from vernal and permanent ponds in relation to UVB exposure
Erin Ferguson (B.S., CSUS) (co-advised with Dr. Titus):
Thesis: Emigration timing, pathways and survival of juvenile steelhead smolts (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from the lower American River through the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta System
Angela Haas (B.S. UC Santa Barbara): My research interests encompass community ecology, evolutionary biology and conservation, with an emphasis on vernal pools, avian ecology & behavior and drivers of ecosystem change.
Peter Harman (B.S., Westmont College)
Kharla Kendall (B.S., UC Santa Cruz): Thesis: Invertebrate predator density and diversity effects in vernal pools
Randall Kido (B.S., UC Davis):
Kevin Marr (B.S., Chico State):
Thesis: Metapopulation ecology of fairy shrimp (Branchinecta lynchi) in rock pools
Christine Mellon (B.S., UC Santa Cruz): I am interested in vernal pool conservation as well as general community ecology and structure of vernal pools.
Robin Shin (B.S., UC Davis): My research interests include but are not limited to community ecology, invertebrate biology, and wildlife conservation.
Thesis: Temperature and hydroregime effects on California vernal pool mesocosm communities