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Keith Bouma-Gregson



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food webs; cyanobacteria; stoichiometry of algae, bacteria, and invertebrates

Postdoctoral Scholar, University of California, Berkeley

PhD, Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley, 2017

I am interested in algal and food web ecology. I want to investigate how interactions and the stoichiometry of algae, bacteria, and invertebrates affect food web structure and nutrient cycling in rivers. Currently I am researching the ecology of cyanobacteria and trying to understand when, where, and why cyanobacteria proliferate in rivers, and how cyanobacteria production moves through the foodweb. I am also involved with the volunteer monitoring group Eel River Recovery Project and am assisting them in the creation of algae monitoring and education programs. I received my PhD in 2017 with Prof. Mary Power in Integrative Biology, and am currently a postdoc with Jill Banfield in the Earth & Planetary Science department at UC Berkeley.

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