Emma Reich

PhD Student in Ecological and Environmental Informatics

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EDUCATION

Northern Arizona University (In Progress)
Ph.D. Informatics and Computing— Ecological and Environmental Informatics
Advisor: Kiona Ogle 4.0 GPA

University of California, Berkeley (2019)
B.S. Molecular Environmental Biology— Ecology concentration
3.6 GPA

GRADUTATE COURSEWORK

Spring 2021

Ecological Modeling
Modern Regression II
Data Mining & Machine Learning

Fall 2020

Advanced Survey in Ecoinformatics Tools
Modern Regression I
Concepts in Ecology

Spring 2019

Stable Isotope Ecology (completed during undergraduate degree)

RESEARCH

Graduate Research Assistant, Northern Arizona University (2020)

Research Assistant, UC Berkeley, Ackerly Lab (2017-19) - Collaborated on project on vulnerability to embolism in California oaks led by Dr. Robert Skelton and Dr. Leander Anderegg.

Field Biologist/Student Researcher, Richard B. Gump South Pacific Research Station, Mo’orea, French Polynesia (2018)

Research Assistant, UC Berkeley, Sousa Lab (2017)

Research Assistant, UC Berkeley, Koehl Lab (2016)

Research Assistant, UC Berkeley, Looy Lab (2016)

TECHNICIAN POSITIONS

Field Technician, National Ecological Observatory Network, Alaska (2019)

Prep Room Assistant, UC Berkeley, Museum of Paleontology (2018-19)

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Samuels-Crow, K. E., Reich, E., Litvak, M. E., and K. Ogle. Across semiarid ecosystems, evapotranspiration responds to environmental drivers over longer timescales when conditions are dry. Poster presented at AGU Fall Meeting (2020).

Skelton, R. P., Anderegg, L. D. L., Papper, P., Reich, E., Dawson, T. E., Kling, M., Thompson, S. E., Diaz, J., and D. D. Ackerly. 2019. No local adaptation in leaf or stem xylem vulnerability to embolism, but consistent vulnerability segmentation in a North American oak. New Phytologist. doi.org/10.1111/nph.15886

Reich, E. The acclimatization and susceptibility to grazing of crustose coralline algae from thermally variable and stable environments. Poster presented at the Bay Area Conservation Biology Symposium (2019). Talk presented at UC Berkeley Integrative Biology department symposium (2018).

AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS

NAU T3 Fellowship

NAU Presidential Fellowship Award

CONFERENCES ATTENDED

Bay Area Conservation Biology Symposium (2019)

California Native Plant Society Conference (2018)

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

California Native Plant Society (2018)

California Botanical Society (2018)

CERTIFICATIONS

Wilderness First Aid and CPR (2019)

NSF Arctic Field Training (2019)