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Joe Verfaillie

Joe Verfaillie   [email]
BS, UC San Diego

Developmental Lab Technician

Siyan Ma

Siyan Ma   [email]
Ph.D., University of Toledo

Associate Research Specialist

Savanna/Grassland Project, Measuring and analyzing long term carbon, water and energy fluxes over a savanna and grassland.

107 Hilgard; 510-642-2421

 


Sebastian Wolf

Sebastian Wolf   [email]
Ph.D. ETH Zurich

Postdoctoral Scientist

Postdoctoral Fellow, Swiss National Science Foundation and European Commission
(Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowship), Nov. 2011 to present

Studying water and energy exchange between vegetation and the atmosphere. Leading a synthesis study on the effects of the 2012 drought/heat spell across North America on energy and carbon exchange of ecosystems.

Also leader of FLUXNET Young Scientist program

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Cove Sturtevant

Cove Sturtevant   [email]
Ph.D. UC Davis, San Diego State

Postdoctoral Scientist

Postdoctoral fellow, June 2013 to present

Working on the Delta Greenhouse Gas Flux Project. Interested in upscaling fluxes from the paddock to landscape scale using remote sensing and flux footprint models.


Sara Knox

Sara Knox   [email]
M.S. Carleton University

Ph.D. Student

B.S. McGill University 
Graduate Student, Fall 2011

Website: nature.berkeley.edu/~saraknox

Working on the Delta Greenhouse Gas Flux projet. Interested in the roles of land use on the budgets of CO2, water and methane fluxes.


Melanie Hahn

Melanie Hahn   [email]


Ph.D. Student

Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate Student

Working on the Arctic NGEE project with LBL. Interesting in upscalining microtopography effects on microclimate and fluxes.
         


Patty Oikawa

Patty Oikawa   
Ph.D. University of Virginia

Postdoctoral Scientist

USDA/AFRI Postdoctoral Fellow. Oct. 2013 to present

Investigating changes in greenhouse gas emissions resulting from land-use conversion in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta


Eric Waller

Eric Waller   [email]
B.S. UC Berkeley; M.S. UC Santa Barbara

Ph.D. Student

Graduate student, co-advised with Max Moritz. Collaborating on fog climatology of the Central Valley and on the cloud climatology of redwoods in the Sierra Nevada Mountains

         
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