Grad Students

Elizabeth Fard



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Email    efard@ucla.edu
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My work is focused on paleoenvironmental reconstruction, and looking at long time scale variations in vegetation and climate. My current research is using foraminiferal identification and analysis to reconstruction past sea-level rise in N. California. Subfield: Paleoenvironment and paleoecology; geochemistry; palynology; foraminifera; coastal marshes
California coastal marsh resilience to heavy metal pollution; paleoecological shifts due to anthropogenic and climatic disturbance; microfaunal changes affected by salinity changes through sea-level rise. 

Subfield: Paleoenvironmental reconstruction; pXRF heavy metal trends; salinity induced paleoecological and microfaunal shifts; palynology

California coastal marsh resilience to heavy metal pollution; paleoecological shifts due to anthropogenic and climatic disturbance; microfaunal changes affected by salinity changes through sea-level rise. Subfield: Paleoenvironmental reconstruction; pXRF heavy metal trends; salinity induced paleoecological and microfaunal shifts; palynology
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