Amélie Gaudin firstname.lastname@example.org
Caitlin Peterson, PhD student (Ecology), NSF Fellow
Field level resilience and ecosystems services provision from integrated crop and livestock systems in Brazil
Jennifer Schmidt, PhD student (Hort&Ag), UCD Graduate Fellow, Plant Science Award
Impact of maize domestication and breeding on rhizosphere eco-physiology and resource acquisition
Leah Renwick, PhD student (Hort&Ag- MSc IAD), NSF Fellow, Plant Science Award
Farming for resilience: how do crop diversity and tillage impact yield and soil functionning under drought?
Cynthia Crézé, PhD student (Soil&BioGeochem), Plant Science Award, Western SARE Graduate Student Award
Cover crops: Benefits, tradeoffs and optimization for California almond production systems
Kelsey Brewer, MSc (Soil&BioGeochem)
Potential of integrated crop livestock system for California agriculture
POST DOCTORAL FELLOWS
Vanessa Brisson, UCD/LBNL
Rhizosphere microbiome recruitment in maize: impacts of breeding and selection on P solubilizers
Breeding for healthy soils: importance of rhizosphere microbes and functions
Potential of whole orchard recycling and organic amendements to build sustainability and resilience of Almond production
UNDERGRAD INTERNS/RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
Vivian Thieu, Jennifer Law, Daniel O’Brien, Jesper Richardy
Emily Webster, MsC student (Hort&Agronomy – IAD) 2015-2017: Impact of pasture management on soil health and functioning in Nicaragua
Kaylie Marr, MsC student (Hort&Agronomy, plan II). Irrigation strategies to optimize soil functions and resource use efficiency in organic tomato and corn.
Undergraduate Students and Interns
Joshua Garcia, Student assistant & McNair Scholar 2015-2017. Impact of an Antarctic rhizobacterium on root growth and productivity
Rebekah Velasco, IAD major 2016-2018. Soil health and resilience of vegetable cropping systems
Anna Azimi, SAFS Major 2016-2017. Soil health and resilience of vegetable cropping systems
Hanna Ibiapina de Jesus, Thais Soares, Interns Brazil Scientific Mobility program worked on various projects.
Christos Vasilikiotis, Assistant professor, Perrotis College/American Farm School, Greece. Survey of almond root colonization by mycorrhizae.