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Environmental Toxicology



Stacia Dudley


Stacia Dudley, Graduate Student
UCR Phone:
Email: sdudl001@ucr.edu
UCR Major Professor: Jay Gan
Degree Program: PhD

Stacia Dudley

BS, Florida State University, Biology, Ecology and Evolution

Research Focus

My focus is on researching the effects of the unregulated contaminants, pharmaceuticals, endocrine disrupters, polybrominated diphenyl ethers, and phalates, collectively referred to as Contaminants of Emerging Concern in terrestrial ecosystems. Specifically their occurrence in biosolids and reclaimed water used for agriculture.

Publications

Presentations

  • John Kaba, Stacia Dudley, Markus Huettel. Effects of Wave Action, Size, and Temperature on DWH Surface Residual Ball Degradation. Natural Sciences Graduate Symposium. Florida State University. October 11th 2014. Presentation.
  • John Kaba, Chris Hagan, Brian Wells, Stacia Dudley, Markus Huettel. The effects of the Deep Water Horizon oil on oxygen consumption in north Florida beaches. 21st Biennial Conference of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation. Daytona Florida. November 8th 2011. Presentation.
  • John Kaba, Stacia Dudley, Markus Huettel. Effects of Wave action, size, and temperature on DWH surface residual ball degradation. Deep-C All Hands Meeting. Florida State University Marine Laboratory. September 2014. Presentation
  • John Kaba, Stacia Dudley, Markus Huettel Effects of Wave action, size, and temperature on DWH surface residual ball degradation. Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences Graduate Student Symposium. Florida State University. October 2010. Presentation.
  • Stacia Dudley, John Kaba, Marcus Huettel. Oxygen Consumption and release of DIC/DOC and CDOM in oil-contaminated sand. Women in Math Science and Engineering Symposium. Florida State University. 2010. Presentation.
  • Stacia Dudley, John Kaba, Marcus Huettel. Degradation of Pensacola Beach Tar Balls from the Deep Water Horizons Explosion. Beta Beta Beta Undergraduate Student Symposium. Florida State University. 2013. Poster

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General Campus Information

University of California, Riverside
900 University Ave.
Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

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Department Information

Environmental Toxicology Graduate Program
1140 Batchelor Hall

Tel: (951) 827-4116
Alt Tel: (800) 735-0717
E-mail: BSGSAC Graduate Student Advisor - etox@ucr.edu

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