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Center for Population Biology (CPB)

Courtesy: S. Strauss, H.B. Shaffer, L. Yang, K. Higgins (of R. Grosberg), and G. Patricelli.

Faculty Directory

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Name

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E-mail prefix @ucdavis.edu
location
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Research Interest

Department Affiliation

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Baskett, Marissa

mlbaskett
2112 Wickson Hall
530-752-1579

Theoretical population, community, and evolutionary ecology applied to conservation biology, particularly in marine systems.

Environmental Science and Policy

Begun, David

djbegun
3350 Storer hall
530-754-6362

Drosophila Evolutionary Genetics.

Evolution and Ecology

Borgerhoff-Mulder, Monique

mborgerhoffmulder
214 Young Hall
530-752-0659

Human behavioral ecology relating to life history, conservation, and global patterns of cultural variation.

Anthropology

Botsford, Louis

lwbotsford
1047 Academic Surge
530-752-6169

Theoretical and applied population dynamics involving age, size, and spatial structure. Fisheries, population viability analysis.

Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology

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Caro, Tim

tmcaro
1323 Academic Surge
530-752-5196 

Antipredator strategies in birds and mammals, methods of conserving tropical diversity, behavioral ecology, conservation biology.

Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology

Coop, Graham

gmcoop
3342A Storer Hall
530-752-1622

Population and evolutionary genetics.

Evolution and Ecology

Cornell, Howard

hvcornell
1027 Wickson Hall
530-754-7249 

Community ecology, species diversity and its determinants at different spatial scales.

Environmental Science and Policy

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Eisen, Jonathan

jaeisen
5311 Genome & Biomed Science (GBSF)
530-752-3498

Phylogenomics and the origin of novelty in microorganisms; endosymbioses; microbial communities; metagenomics; extremophiles.

Evolution and Ecology and Genome Center

Eviner, Valerie

veviner
1312 Plant & Enviro. Sci. (PES)
530-752-8538 

Plant-soil interactions; effective management of invasions, restoration, biogeochemical cycling, global change, grazing systems, and sustainable agriculture.

Plant Sciences

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Griesemer, James

jrgriesemer
2297 Social Sci. & Humanities (SSH)
530-554-4396 

History, philosophy and social studies of biology: models and practices in museum-based natural history, lab-based ecology, units and levels of inheritance and selection in evolutionary biology, and visual representation in embryology and genetics.

Philosophy

Grosberg, Rick

rkgrosberg
4328 Storer Hall
530-752-1114 

Behavioral, ecological, cellular, developmental, and genetic mechanisms.

Evolution and Ecology

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Harrison, Susan

spharrison
3126 Wickson Hall
530-752-7110 

Ecology, conservation biology, natural history.

Environmental Science and Policy

Hastings, Alan

amhastings
3136 Wickson Hall
530-752-8116 

Theoretical ecology; population and mathematical biology.

Environmental Science and Policy

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Karban, Richard

rkarban
380A Briggs Hall
530-752-2800

Population regulation of animal species and the interactions between herbivores and their host plants.

Entomology

Kopp, Artyom

akopp
3337 Storer Hall
530-752-8657 

Molecular genetic mechanisms of evolution.

Evolution and Ecology

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Langley, Charles

chlangley
3342B Storer Hall
530-752-4085 

Population genetics and molecular evolution.

Evolution and Ecology

Lawler, Sharon

splawler
394 Briggs hall
530-754-8341 

Aquatic ecology especially mosquitoes, other aquatic insects and amphibians; experimental studies of food webs and population dynamics, ecosystem subsidy.

Entomology

Lott, Susan

selott
3208 Storer Hall
530-752-2939 

Genetic variation and evolution of developmental traits.

Evolution and Ecology

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McElreath, Richard

mcelreath
222 Young Hall
530-752-2660

Cultural evolution, theoretical evolutionary ecology, evolution of social behavior

Anthropology

brianmoore
5330 Storer Hall
530-752-7104

Phylogenetic theory and methods for exploring evolutionary problems (e.g., lineage diversification, historical biogeography); study of fundamental questions in the evolution of flowering plants

Evolution and Ecology

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Neale, David

dbneale
262C Robbins Hall
530-752-8431

The function of genes in forest trees and tree breeding technologies.

Plant Sciences

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Patricelli, Gail

gpatricelli
2208 Storer Hall
530-754-8310 

Animal communication and sexual selection.

Evolution and Ecology

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Rannala, Bruce

brannala
4319 Genome & Biomed Science (GBSF)
530-754-4060 

Mathematical aspects of population genetics, phylogenetic inference, and human genetics

Evolution and Ecology and Genome Center

Rice, Kevin

kjrice
2224 Plant & Enviro. Sci. (PES)
530-752-8529 

Population biology and conservation biology of native and invasive plant species using ecological, genetic, and physiological techniques.

Plant Sciences

Rosenheim, Jay

jarosenheim
320 Briggs Hall
530-752-4395 

Behavioral, evolutionary, population, and community ecology.

Entomology

Ross-Ibarra, Jeffrey

rossibarra
262 Robbins Hall
530-752-1152 

Population genetics and genomics of maize and its wild relatives.

Plant Sciences

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Sanford, Eric

edsanford
Bodega Marine Laboratory
707-875-2040 

Experimental biogeography and the potential impacts of climate change on natural communities.

Evolution and Ecology

Schmitt, Johanna

jschmitt
5328 Storer Hall
530-752-2992 

Plant ecological genomics and evolutionary ecology; mechanisms of phenotypic plasticity, local adaptation and response to environmental change.

Evolution and Ecology

Schoener, Thomas

twschoener
6314 Storer hall
530-752-8319 

Ecology, island biogeography and natural selection.

Evolution and Ecology

Schreiber, Sebastian

sschreiber
5348 Storer Hall
530-754-9229

Theoretical ecology, mathematics: community structure, population dynamics, and evolutionary processes.

Evolution and Ecology

Schwartz, Mark

mwschwartz
2108 Wickson Hall
530-752-0671

Plant community ecology. Conservation biology.

Environmental Science and Policy

Shaffer, Bradley

hbshaffer
3208 Storer Hall
530-752-2939

Systematics, population and ecological genetics, and conservation biology of amphibians and reptiles.

**Dr. Shaffer will begin a new position at UCLA effective January 2012.**

Evolution and Ecology

Shapiro, Arthur

amshapiro
6347 Storer Hall
530-752-2176

Evolution, ecology, phylogeny, and biogeography of the pierid butterflies. Evolution of seasonality. Insect-host plant interactions. Phenotypic plasticity and canalization.

Evolution and Ecology

Sih, Andrew

asih
2136 Wickson Hall
530-754-7243

Evo/Ecol impacts of behavior, including effects of predation risk on mating and sexual selection, behavioral traits associated with biological invasions, and effects of trait syndromes on antipredatory behavior and cannibalism.

Environmental Science and Policy

Stachowicz, John

jjstachowicz
4330 Storer Hall
530-752-1113

Population and community ecology of seaweeds and marine invertebrates; Species Invasions; Ecological consequences of species and genetic diversity.

Evolution and Ecology

Stanton, Maureen

mlstanton
4324 Storer Hall
530-752-2405

Population biology of plants and ants; consequences of genetic variation within and among populations; adaptation in response to edaphic heterogeneity (e.g. soil types), mutualist "partners" and natural enemies; dynamics of multi-species mutualisms.

Evolution and Ecology

Strauss, Sharon

systrauss
4326 Storer Hall
530-752-8415

How species evolve as a consequence of community membership (their complex interactions with co-occurring species); direct and indirect effects (through pollinators) of herbivory on male and female plant fitness.

Evolution and Ecology

Strong Jr., Donald

drstrong
5326 Storer Hall
530-752-7886

Trophic ecology. Ecology and evolution of insect-plant interactions. Soil ecology, natural enemy, and salt-marsh ecology. Biological control of weeds.

Evolution and Ecology

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Turelli, Michael

mturelli
3342C Storer Hall
530-752-6233

Theoretical population and quantitative genetics, speciation, and population biology of Drosophila, especially cytoplasmic incompatibility.

Evolution and Ecology

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Vermeij, Geerat

gjvermeij
296 Physics-Geology
530-752-2234

History of organisms and their enemies through time, biotic interchange today and in the geological past, molluscan biology and functional morphology; relationship between macroeconomics and evolution.

Geology

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Wainwright, Peter

pcwainwright
6330 Storer Hall
530-752-6782

Vertebrate evolution. Functional morphology/biomechanics. Ecological physiology.

Evolution and Ecology

Ward, Philip

psward
381B Briggs Hall
530-752-0486

Systematics and evolutionary biology of ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).

Entomology

Whitehead, Andrew

awhitehead
4121 Meyer Hall
530-754-8982

Ecophysiology, ecological and evolutionary genomics, population genomics, ecotoxicology

Environmental Toxicology

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Yang, Louie

lhyang
380K Briggs Hall
530-754-3261

Behavioral, population, community and ecosystem ecology. Phenology, ontogeny and the timing of species interactions. Temporal variation, resource pulses, spatial subsidies and extreme events

Entomology

Young, Truman

tpyoung
2234 Plant & Enviro. Sci. (PES)
530-754-9925

Management, conservation, and restoration of human-dominated landscapes, and to the maintenance of biodiversity.

Plant Sciences


Fall 2011

Faculty in Consideration for Membership (PENDING):

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