Rachel E. Brown Reid
Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz
 
 

I am a graduate student in the Koch lab at the University of California, Santa Cruz. I am broadly interested in paleoecology, paleontology and stable isotope biogeochemistry. For my dissertation, I am studying changes in coastal California coyote diets from the Holocene to present. I use a range of techniques across a spectrum of fields, including stable isotope analysis, conventional scat analysis, and faunal analysis.


UPDATE: Check out this article in the San Jose Mercury News and Santa Cruz Sentinel featuring my research! Also read about my research over on the Cal Academy science blog.


Curriculum vitae; Google Scholar Profile

 

Welcome!


Rachel E. Brown Reid

Earth and Planetary Sciences Department

University of California, Santa Cruz

1156 High St.

Santa Cruz, CA 95064

rbrown@ucsc.edu