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Sarah Bittick is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology in the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering. Her work focuses on marine ecology and conservation science. Dr. Bittick investigates complex ecological questions in marine ecology to understand how multiple human impacts effect marine ecosystem functioning and community structure. She engages with diverse multi-stakeholder groups and partners in order to increase both saliency and effectiveness of science-based marine conservation solutions.
University of California, Los Angeles: Ph.D., Biology 2017
Dissertation: Human manipulations of bottom-up and top-down controls cause degradation of primary and facilitation of secondary foundation species