University of California, Santa Cruz, Department of Microbiology and Environmental Toxicology
I am passionate about Environmental Chemistry. I seek to know what can't be seen, but that which has profound effects on environmental and human health. In 2012, I first published on mercury in coastal sea fog and subsequently have discovered that fog-borne mercury has led to elevated mercury levels in coastal California mountain lions.
I am a dedicated teacher of undergraduates in General Chemistry.
I am also known as the Singing Scientist - award winning singer/songwriter of environmental education songs.
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