Mathias Research Projects

at Fort Ord Natural Reserve


Mathias Research Projects
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Angelo Coast Range Reserve
Año Nuevo Island Reserve
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
Blue Oak Ranch Reserve
Bodega Marine Reserve
Box Springs Reserve
Boyd Deep Canyon Desert Research Center
Burns Piñon Ridge Reserve
Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve
Chickering American River Reserve
Coal Oil Point Natural Reserve
Dawson Los Monos Canyon Reserve
Elliott Chaparral Reserve
Emerson Oaks Reserve
Fort Ord Natural Reserve
Hastings Natural History Reservation
James San Jacinto Mountains Reserve
Jenny Pygmy Forest Reserve
Jepson Prairie Reserve
Kendall-Frost Mission Bay Marsh Reserve
Landels-Hill Big Creek Reserve
McLaughlin Natural Reserve
Motte Rimrock Reserve
Kenneth S. Norris Rancho Marino Reserve
Quail Ridge Reserve
Sagehen Creek Field Station
San Joaquin Marsh Reserve
Santa Cruz Island Reserve
Scripps Coastal Reserve
Sedgwick Reserve
SNRS - Yosemite Field Station
Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve
Stunt Ranch Santa Monica Mountains Reserve
Sweeney Granite Mountains Desert Research Center
White Mountain Research Center
Valentine Eastern Sierra Reserve- SNARL
Valentine Camp
Younger Lagoon Reserve

 

  1. Year: 2011-2012
    Reserves Used: Fort Ord Natural Reserve and Younger Lagoon Reserve
    Research Title: Dietary ecology of coastal coyotes (Canis latrans): Marine-terrestrial linkages from the Holocene to present
    Researcher: Rachel Brown
    UC Campus: UC Santa Cruz

  2. Year: 2009-2010
    Reserves Used: All Reserves in the System
    Research Title: A Visual Survey; photographic study of the University of California Natural Reserve System
    Researcher: Christopher Woodcock
    UC Campus: UC Davis

  3. Year:  2006-2007
    Reserves Used:  Fort Ord Natural Reserve
    Research Title:  What is the relationship between coastal fog and maritime chaparral?
    Researcher:  Michael C. Vasey
    UC Campus:  UC Santa Cruz

  4. Year: 2000-2001
    Reserves Used: Fort Ord Natural Reserve
    Research Title: Demographic changes of Coast horned lizards, Phrynosoma coronatum, in response to a biological invader, the Argentine ant, Linepitherma humile
    Researcher: Brooke Weaver
    UC Campus: Santa Cruz

  5. Year: 2000-2001
    Reserves Used: Fort Ord Natural Reserve
    Research Title: Effects of the invasive Argentine ant (Linepithema humile) on grassland community structure
    Researcher: Lisa DiGirolamo
    UC Campus: Santa Cruz

  6. Year: 1999-2000
    Reserves Used: Fort Ord Natural Reserve
    Research Title: The effects of Argentine ant invasions on plant community composition
    Researcher: Lisa DiGirolamo
    UC Campus: UC Santa Cruz

 


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