Laura Hollander

Laura Hollander
State Fellow

Laura is completing her master’s degree in interdisciplinary marine and estuarine science at the Estuary and Ocean Science Center at San Francisco State University.  Her graduate research explored the effects of thin layer sediment placement, a sea-level rise adaptation strategy for tidal marshes, on responses of marsh plant communities. She was also a student intern at the Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC), where she researched sediment management in the bay and impacts to restoration needs. 

As a Sea Grant fellow, Laura will be working with the California State Coastal Conservancy, where she will be supporting management and tracking of coastal restoration projects through the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority and the Conservancy’s San Francisco Bay Area Program.

Laura is completing her master’s degree in interdisciplinary marine and estuarine science at the Estuary and Ocean Science Center at San Francisco State University.  Her graduate research explored the effects of thin layer sediment placement, a sea-level rise adaptation strategy for tidal marshes, on responses of marsh plant communities. She was also a student intern at the Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC), where she researched sediment management in the bay and impacts to restoration needs. 

As a Sea Grant fellow, Laura will be working with the California State Coastal Conservancy, where she will be supporting management and tracking of coastal restoration projects through the San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority and the Conservancy’s San Francisco Bay Area Program.

Laura Hollander