Its been a while since my last post as I was busy in the lab and field preparing for the Delta Science Conference (Nov. 15-17 2016) in Sacramento, Ca (and then of course the holidays happened!). The Delta Science conference was terrific, I met a lot of great and friendly researchers from many different agencies and institutions.
Here is the link to my abstract for the conference.
At this conference, I discussed my work as a Delta Science postdoctoral fellow, working with Paul Pratt’s laboratory at the USDA on understanding mechanisms for effective biological control of water hyacinth, with a focus on the weevil Neochetina bruchi.
A manuscript on our latest findings is being prepared for submission-but for now keep reading below for a brief overview and update on my work. Also related to this blog is a recent post of mine on the UCANR DRAAWP Blog (Link).
Research Overview and Exciting Updates: Continue reading “Research update, the 2016 Delta Science Conference and GAMM analysis”