Natasha Gallo
Email: ndgallo@ucsd.edu
Phone: (404) 574-8309
Fax: (858) 822-0562
Address: 9500 Gilman Drive
La Jolla, California 92093-0208
Research Interests:
- impact of expanding oxygen minimum zones on fisheries and fish assemblages
- incorporating climate change into fisheries management plans
- oxygen minimum zones as drivers of speciation in the deep sea
- evolution of adaptation to hypHoxia, convergent evolution
- community responses to deoxygenation
- integrative ecophysiology
- effect of meltwater on water column stratification in the Arctic
- international responses to climate change
- using research to inform management decisions

Peer Reviewed Publications:

Gallo ND, Jeffery WR (2012) Evolution of Space Dependent Growth in the Teleost Astyanax mexicanus. PLoS ONE 7(8): e41443. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0041443

Cho, H., Kim, C., Liu, T., Certner, R., Gibbons, A., Miller, H., Parikh, N., Savranskaya-Gallo, N., Sun, A., Wooten, M., Sellner, K. (2012) Socio-economics of mitigating Chesapeake cyanobacteria blooms. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Harmful Algae: 255-257.


NSF IGERT Scholar in Global Change, Marine Ecosystems, and Society (2012 - present)
NSF Graduate Research Program Fellow (2012 - present)
Udall Scholar for Environmental Leadership (2010)


In the past, I've been lucky enough to work in some amazing places, including Sydney, Australia and Roscoff, France. These photos are from Roscoff, a 15th century French town where I studied siphon regeneration in Ciona intestinalis under the guidance of Dr. William Jeffery. I love to travel and I hope my graduate studies will open the door to many more international adventures!

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