Evyan Borgnis Sloane

University Affiliation: Estuary and Ocean Science Center at San Francisco State University
Current Affiliation: California State Coastal Conservancy
State Fellow

Evyan Borgnis earned a master’s degree in biology and systematic ecology from the Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies at San Francisco State University in 2013. Since 2008, she has worked on projects for several labs investigating the effects of global climate change on tidal wetlands and subtidal habitats of the San Francisco Estuary. Her thesis explored the impacts of salinity and temperature on native and invasive submerged aquatic vegetation in the upper San Francisco Estuary.

Borgnis helped coordinate wetland restoration projects in Southern California at the California Coastal Conservancy.

Evyan Borgnis earned a master’s degree in biology and systematic ecology from the Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies at San Francisco State University in 2013. Since 2008, she has worked on projects for several labs investigating the effects of global climate change on tidal wetlands and subtidal habitats of the San Francisco Estuary. Her thesis explored the impacts of salinity and temperature on native and invasive submerged aquatic vegetation in the upper San Francisco Estuary.

Borgnis helped coordinate wetland restoration projects in Southern California at the California Coastal Conservancy.

Current Affiliation: 
California State Coastal Conservancy