Caroline L Newell

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I started working at CWS in December of 2017 as a Student Assistant, working on dissecting fish for stable isotope analysis of muscles and livers.

I graduated from UC Davis in 2019 with a bachelor's degree in Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology with minors in Statistics and Geographic Information Systems. I have now transitioned to a Junior Specialist researcher position in the Moyle-Durand lab. Currently working on a C, N, and S stable isotope investigation of food web dynamics in Suisun marsh as well as conducting field work for a wide array of projects including the Suisun Marsh Fish Study (SMFS), the UC Davis Striped Bass Project, and north delta ARC. I am also currently investigating the decline of native tule perch (Hysterocarpus traskii) in the northern upper San Francisco Estuary.

Positions and Roles: 
Research Staff
Technical Staff
Research Interests: 
Food web dynamics; fisheries management
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