Collection and Restoration Affiliates

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Jorrit Poelen

Mon, 01/25/2021 - 13:18 -- Katja Seltmann
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Research Affiliate - Global Biotic Interactions
E-Mail: 
jhpoelen@ucsb.edu
About: 
Global Biotic Interactions (GloBI) provides open access to finding species interaction data (e.g., predator-prey, pollinator-plant, pathogen-host, parasite-host) by combining existing open datasets using open source software.

Matt Fratus

Wed, 09/04/2019 - 15:32 -- Katja Seltmann
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Director of Development for Ecological and Environmental Sciences
E-Mail: 
matt.fratus@ucsb.edu
Phone: 
(805) 893-4050
About: 
As the Director of Development for Ecological and Environmental Sciences at UCSB, Matt Fratus supports the fundraising efforts of the Cheadle Center for Biodiversity & Ecological Restoration (CCBER), the Marine Science Institute, and UCSB Sustainability. Matt enjoys connecting donors with opportunities to support the exciting work of CCBER, including gifts to the Collections, educational programming like Kids in Nature, and giving and naming opportunities for the North Campus Open Space.

Mark Holmgren

Fri, 04/14/2017 - 09:41 -- Katja Seltmann
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Research Affiliate
E-Mail: 
maholmgren33@gmail.com
About: 
Mark was the principle curator of the bird, mammal, and amphibian and reptile collections from 1984 to 2010. The Vertebrate Collections nearly tripled during his management. Additional collections were initiated that have resulted in the CCBER Field Note Archive and the online Breeding Bird Study (https://goo.gl/AJQxKj).

Shirley Tucker

Thu, 12/13/2012 - 11:40 -- Katja Seltmann
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Lichen Curator
Phone: 
(805) 893-2401
About: 
Dr. Shirley Tucker received her PhD from UC Davis, where she took classes from Cheadle, the former UCSB Chancellor. She was a professor at Louisiana State University for 30 years before retiring to Santa Barbara. Dr. Tucker continued her research at UCSB and at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden, and she created the Lichen Collection at UCSB as a teaching collection for UCSB students and the community. Dr. Tucker continues to support CCBER’s collections and many other collections through her outreach and dedication to botanical systematics and taxonomy.

Adam Lambert

Tue, 12/04/2012 - 15:14 -- Katja Seltmann
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Research Affiliate
E-Mail: 
lambert@msi.ucsb.edu
About: 
Adam is a Research Biologist with the Marine Science institute at UCSB. He studies plant-herbivore and tri-trophic interactions, biological invasions, biological control of invasive plants and insects, and conservation and restoration biology. Focal species include large-statured, invasive grasses (LSIG) such as Arundo donax and Phragmites australis that occur in riparian and wetland ecosystems. For more information see http://rivrlab.msi.ucsb.edu/

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