Alexis Barrera

University Affiliation: California State University Fullerton
State Fellow

Alexis Barrera earned a master’s in biology from California State University, Fullerton in 2019 where she assessed whether environmental temperature affects the aggressive behavior observed in aggregating anemones. She also participated as a student technician for MARINe (Multi-Agency Rocky Intertidal Network) during graduate school.

Barrera will likely work on statewide coastal habitat restoration projects—some of which include the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority and the Southern California Wetlands Recovery Project.

Alexis Barrera earned a master’s in biology from California State University, Fullerton in 2019 where she assessed whether environmental temperature affects the aggressive behavior observed in aggregating anemones. She also participated as a student technician for MARINe (Multi-Agency Rocky Intertidal Network) during graduate school.

Barrera will likely work on statewide coastal habitat restoration projects—some of which include the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority and the Southern California Wetlands Recovery Project.

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