Erin Satterthwaite

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Erin Satterthwaite, State Fellow 2018
University Affiliation: University of California, Davis
Current Affiliation: California Sea Grant

Erin Satterthwaite earned a doctorate in ecology from University of California, Davis, in 2018. Her dissertation was an interdisciplinary project focused on understanding the movement of marine young, also known as marine larvae, to better identify habitats that are priority marine conservation areas and ensure that areas will maintain healthy populations. She used ecological fieldwork to study the relationship between habitat characteristics, reproduction, and settlement of a model crab species along the California coast.

At the NOAA NMFS Southwest Fisheries Science Center, Satterthwaite assisted the environmental research division with the development of an ecosystem-based fishery management plan to comprehensively manage marine species as part of an ecosystem.

Erin is now a California Sea Grant extension team member. Staff profile & contact details

Erin Satterthwaite earned a doctorate in ecology from University of California, Davis, in 2018. Her dissertation was an interdisciplinary project focused on understanding the movement of marine young, also known as marine larvae, to better identify habitats that are priority marine conservation areas and ensure that areas will maintain healthy populations. She used ecological fieldwork to study the relationship between habitat characteristics, reproduction, and settlement of a model crab species along the California coast.

At the NOAA NMFS Southwest Fisheries Science Center, Satterthwaite assisted the environmental research division with the development of an ecosystem-based fishery management plan to comprehensively manage marine species as part of an ecosystem.

Erin is now a California Sea Grant extension team member. Staff profile & contact details

Erin Satterthwaite, State Fellow 2018
Current Affiliation: 
California Sea Grant