Anna E. (Stephenson) Steel
Position: Biotelemetry Lab, Graduate Student Researcher
Phone: (530) 752-3203 / (530) 828-2328
Present: Ph.D. candidate, Graduate Group in Ecology - University of California, Davis
2005: B.A. magna cum laude Biology - Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA
• Conservation of freshwater and estuarine systems
Schwartz, Mark W. and The Ecology Graduate Student Project Collective. 2010. Sensitive Animals: Appendix to Natural Resource Assessment, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. National Park Service.
Steel, Anna E., Phillip Sandstrom, Patricia Brandes, A. Peter Klimley. in revision. A Fork in the Road: Using a VPS Array to Determine the Tracks of Salmon Smolts at the Junction between Mainstem Sacramento River and the Delta Cross Channel. Environmental Biology of Fishes.
Steel, Anna E., Julia Coates, A. Peter Klimley. in prep. A technical comparison of ultrasonic telemetry positioning systems.
Steel A.E. 2010. "Fine-Scale Movement of Largemouth Bass, an Introduced Predator." Bay-Delta Science Conference, Sacramento, CA.
Steel A.E. 2010. "Fine-Scale Movement of Largemouth Bass and Potential for Open-Water Predation." Interagency Ecological Program Annual Workshop, Sacramento, CA.
Stephenson, A.E. 2010. "A Fork in the Road: Using a VPS Array to Determine the Tracks of Salmon Smolts at the Junction between Mainstem Sacramento River and the Delta Cross Channel." Salmonid Telemetry Symposium, Bodega Bay, CA.
Stephenson, A.E. 2008. "Two paths diverged in the Sacramento Delta; fine-scale data on the migratory path decisions of salmonid smolts." Poster presentation, AFS Cal-Neva Conference, Santa Rosa, CA.