Emily A. Miller
Position: Biotelemetry Lab, Graduate Student Researcher
Phone: (530) 752-3203
Present: Ph.D. student, Graduate Group in Ecology - University of California, Davis
2010: M.A. Conservation Biology - Columbia University, New York, NY
2006: B.A. Integrative Biology, minor in Conservation and Resource Studies - University of California, Berkeley
Migratory movements, habitat use, and niche partitioning among green and white sturgeon in the San Francisco Bay and Sacramento River-Delta; biotelemetry and stable isotope methodology; community ecology, behavioral ecology, and conservation.
Miller E, Nelson H, Cocherell D, Thomas M, Fangue N, Klimley AP, Cech J (in prep). Effects of tag surgery and implantation on juvenile green sturgeon incision healing and swimming performance.
Mattila J, Heck KL Jr., Millstein E, Miller E, Gustafsson C, Williams S, Byron D (2008). Increased habitat structure may not always provide increased refuge from predation. Marine Ecology Progress Series 361:15-20.
Miller, E. and S. Andrews, Jr. 2005. "Using Macroinvertebrates as a Rapid Assessment Technique for Determining Soil Quality." Oral presentation. AAAS Pacific Division 86th Annual Meeting, Ashland, OR.