Here is a partial list of research activities that have occured
at the reserve. For more information on a project follow the link
associated with name of the highlighted researcher.
Mike Benard, Phenotypic plasticity, adaptation
and population dynamics of Pacific Treefrogs (Pseudacris regilla).
James Biardi, Biochemical defenses of ground squirrels to rattlesnake
Jeffrey Clary, Landscape-scale factors structuring distribution
of native perennial grasses
Aaron J Corcoran, Bat species diversity survey
Charles Hohn and Sarah Ratay, Are roads corridors for exotic species?
A case study from a peninsular natural reserve.
Doug Kelt, Sarah Joseph, and Jaime Hartman.
Home range characteristics of Western Gray Squirrel
Theresa Krebs, Seasonal leaf gas exchange measurements of various
oak species, to derive biophysical parameters. Measurements of photosynthesis.
Jennifer Lau, The herbivore-mediated indirect effects of an invasive
plant species on a co-occurring native plant
Carolyn Malmstrom, The effects of barley yellow dwarf virus on
introduced and native grass species in California and implications
Mary Brooke McEachern, Social and Genetic Structure in a Dusky-footed
Greg Pauly, Herpetofauna of California Inner Coast Range
Eric M Punkay, The role of wild turkeys in California oak woodlands
in relation to native flora and fauna
Aaron Rundus, Infrared radiation as a new communicative modality
by California ground squirrels during encounters with pit vipers.
Nathan Sanders, Determinants of ant species density
Mike Teglas, Coevolutionary relationships
between Ixodes sp. tick and Anaplasma phagocytophiln
Rob Weiss, Collection of bryophytes and lichens
Louie Yang, Evolution and ecology of a wasp-mite symbiosis
Toshi M Yoshida, Invasion of Native California Grasslands into
Exotic Stands of Annual Grasses
Photo Credits: Title, Research (Mike Benard)