Biological Sciences Seminars Available for Viewing
The Biological Sciences Seminars are now available for viewing. The presentations have been transcribed and the transcriptions with PowerPoints are available online.
Graduate Students Wanted
Donor Impact Report now available.
College of Natural Sciences Alumni Reunion:
October 11-12, 2013
Monday and Wednesday = 1-3pm | Tuesday = 4-5pm
Assistant Professor of Biology
Department of Biological Sciences
California State University
Chico, California 95929-0515
Office: Holt 240
Campus phone # (530) 898-4235
My research utilizes the principles of landscape ecology to study topics ranging from invasion dynamics and conservation biology to understanding implications of changing landscapes. The unifying theme of my research is how the spatial pattern of resource distribution on a landscape affects ecological processes, from individual behavior to population and community dynamics. I approach these topics with a variety of tools including empirical investigations, computer modeling and spatial analysis.
I study landscape ecology and the interaction between spatial patterns and ecological processes. I am particularly interested in:
- Riparian ecosystems and watershed processes
- Landscape change
- Invasion ecology