Thursday, May 3, 2018

Welcome Alyssa Morgan


My name is Alyssa Morgan, a current Masters student in the Blumstein lab at UCLA and I am broadly interested in anthropogenic disturbance effects. My current work aims to develop a comprehensive understanding of anthropogenic disturbance on yellow bellied marmots at RMBL.

Previously work includes looking at chierchiae octopus reproduction at UC Berkeley, habitat fragmentation impacts on arthropod fauna at Whittier College, and restoration efforts effects in the Santa Monica Mountains alongside the SM National Park Service.

This is my first time doing field work outside of the southwest so I'm excited to study a new environment and seeing snow for the first time was amazing (and quite cold)!

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