BML - Dr. Daisy Hui Shi: "Co-occurrence of California drought and Northeast Pacific marine heatwaves under climate change"
From Noah Killeen on July 2nd, 2021
About the Speaker:
Dr. Daisy Hui Shi is a postdoctoral researcher at the Farallon Institute for Advanced Ecosystem Research (FI), Petaluma, CA. She graduated from the University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2018 with a Ph.D. in meteorology. Her background is in monsoon dynamics. She is interested in the causes and future changes of climate extreme events, including extreme precipitation, drought, marine heatwave and hypoxia. She is currently working to understand the compound climate extremes along the U.S. west coast. She is also involved in the project at the FI analyzing future changes in climate extremes and habitat suitability for the Quinault Indian Nation For more information about the Bodega Marine Laboratory, please visit http://marinescience.ucdavis.edu