Daniel Hossfeld

Daniel Hossfeld, State Fellow 2019
University Affiliation: Estuary and Ocean Science Center at San Francisco State University
State Fellow

Daniel Hossfield graduated from the Estuary and Ocean Science Center at San Francisco State University earning a master's in marine science in the spring of 2019. He studied the effects of stress on a symbiotic relationship between sea anemones and Symbiodinium spp. (a species of dinoflagellate) and interned with California State University Council on Ocean Affairs, Science & Technology at the Bay Institute in 2017.

Hossfield will work with the State Coastal Conservancy's Climate Ready Program on the protection of important coastal resources and habitats from the current and future impacts of climate change.

Daniel Hossfield graduated from the Estuary and Ocean Science Center at San Francisco State University earning a master's in marine science in the spring of 2019. He studied the effects of stress on a symbiotic relationship between sea anemones and Symbiodinium spp. (a species of dinoflagellate) and interned with California State University Council on Ocean Affairs, Science & Technology at the Bay Institute in 2017.

Hossfield will work with the State Coastal Conservancy's Climate Ready Program on the protection of important coastal resources and habitats from the current and future impacts of climate change.

Daniel Hossfeld, State Fellow 2019