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'Landscape ecology in the rocky intertidal: Opportunities for advancing discovery and innovation in intertidal research'

 Corey Garza

Corey Garza is an associate professor of Marine Science in the School of Natural Sciences at California State University, Monterey Bay. His research interests are in the area of marine landscape ecology using GIS modeling and spatial statistics to study the relationship between scale dependence, habitat complexity and patterns of species distribution and abundance in marine communities particularly in the rocky intertidal. Dr. Garza serves as the director for the Coastal and Marine Ecosystems Program, an NSF and NOAA funded program that administers the Monterey Bay Regional Ocean Sciences Research Experiences for Undergraduates, the NOAA Center For Coastal and Marine Ecosystems and NSF ASPIRE (Active Societal Participation in Research and Education).

Wednesday, 09/25/19


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UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory

2099 Westside Rd
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Bodega Bay, CA 94923

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