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No where? Everywhere? I moved every 5 years but feel most at home in Southern California.
What brought me here:
I found myself here through my master's at UCSF and fell in love with the research being done, the people I worked with and around, and the great food all through out Berkeley. How could I leave?!
Outside of lab I love:
Watching the Patriots, playing soccer, coloring books, eating pizza and chocolate chip cookies (or really anything!), trying to stand on my head, and exploring local events.
Jon Jarvis's new book "The Future of Conservation in America: A Chart for Rough Water" calls for the next generatio… https://t.co/EYphBGyKyH
"Going by the numbers—economic, job creation and environmental—there really should be no debate. The choice is sola… https://t.co/ISrrdBHYOg
RT @UCBerkeley: Student #forestry club gets hands-on to remake famous Tightwad Hill: https://t.co/EI2ot7p0x2
@NatureAtCal #nature #ecolog…
Professor David Sunding conducted a cost-benefit analysis of the proposed Delta tunnels project and concluded that… https://t.co/UIniPJHi5G
Remote sensors and drones will help Professor Todd Dawson lead a new project to monitor water and climate condition… https://t.co/0rJYPotNZt