JEFFREY BURY, Dept. of Environmental Studies 

Transformation of natural and social environments in the Andean region of South America by the forces of globalization, neoliberalism and geopolitical change.
homepage: http://envs.ucsc.edu/directory/details.php?id=63
email: jbury <at> ucsc.edu
DONALD A. CROLL, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Marine Ecology, Marine Conservation Biology
The lab of Don Croll and Bernie Tershy does a variety of research relevant to the conservation of island ecosystems. Currently, they are focusing on the islands of the Revillagigedo Archipelago in Central Western Mexico.
homepage: http://www.islandconservation.org
homepage: http://www.biology.ucsc.edu/faculty/croll.html

email: croll <at> biology.ucsc.edu
NATHANIEL DOMINY, Dept. of Anthropology
The sensory and foraging ecology of primates, primate behavior, color vision, plant structural properties, tropical forest ecology.
homepage: http://anthro.ucsc.edu/faculty/njdominy/
email: njdominy <at> ucsc.edu

GUILLERMO DELGADO, Dept. of Latin American and Latino Studies 
Ethnicity/interethnicity, depeasantization, indigenous knowledge systems, labor, anthropology of consciousness, group identity, economic development, ecology, alternative journalism, mining, myth and ritual, Quechua, urbanization, culture theory, social movements, and comparative ethnology of the Americas. 
homepage: http://lals.ucsc.edu/facDelgado.html
email: guiller <at> ucsc.edu


KENT EATON , Dept. of Politics
He studies Latin America politics, the politics of economic development, and emerging forms of interaction between subnational governments and transnational corporations. Currently, his research focuses on territorial politics in Latin America by examining the growing salience of territorially-defined interests, identities, and institutions throughout the region. Professor Eaton has conducted field research in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, the Philippines, and Uruguay. Before joining the faculty at U.C. Santa Cruz, he taught at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University (1998-2005) and at the Naval Postgraduate School (2005-2006).
homepage: http://politics.ucsc.edu/directory/details.php?id=55
email: keaton <at> ucsc.edu


JONATHAN A. FOX, Dept. of Latin American and Latino Studies 
The interaction between collective action, public interest advocacy and institutional change, focusing on issues of transparency and accountability. 

homepage: http://lals.ucsc.edu/Fox
email: jafox@ucsc.edu

GREGORY GILBERT, Dept. of Environmental Studies

Ecology of plant disease in natural ecosystems, tropical forest ecology, conservation biology, microbial ecology, biological invasions, agroecology.

homepage: people.ucsc.edu/~ggilbert
email: ggilbert <at> ucsc.edu
STEPHEN R. GLIESSMAN, Dept. of Environmental Studies
Agroecology/Natural History

Agroecology, sustainable agriculture, tropical agriculture, ecology, natural history, California vegetation 

homepage: http://envs.ucsc.edu/directory/details.php?id=5
homepage: www.agroecology.org

e-mail: gliess <at> zzyx.ucsc.edu
KAREN D. HOLL, Dept. of Environmental Studies
Restoration Ecology

Ecosystem succession, tropical ecology, plant ecology, conservation biology, land-use management 

homepage: people.ucsc.edu/~kholl/

e-mail: kholl <at> ucsc.edu
KATHLEEN KAY , Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Evolutionary Ecology

Patterns and mechanisms of speciation and adaptiation in plants, pollination biology, the evolutionary origins of tropical diversity

homepage: http://bio.research.ucsc.edu/people/kay

e-mail: kay <at> biology.ucsc.edu
DEBORAH K. LETOURNEAU, Dept. of Environmental Studies

Community ecology involving trophic cascades, mutualistic interactions, biological control, and food webs in lowland tropical habitats 

homepage: http://envs.ucsc.edu/directory/details.php?id=10
email: dletour <at> ucsc.edu
ROGER LININGTON, Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Natural Products Chemistry 

Marine natural products chemistry, discovery of new treatments for neglected infectious diseases, application of natural product probes to target identification in protozoan parasites.

homepage: http://www.chemistry.ucsc.edu/~rogerl

e-mail: roger@chemistry.ucsc.edu
MICHAEL E. LOIK, Dept. of Environmental Studies
Physiological Ecology 

Plant responses to natural and anthropogenic environmental stress, climatology, implications of global environmental change for reproductive success and community composition, biogeography, physiology of ecosystem restoration.

homepage: people.ucsc.edu/~mloik/

e-mail: mloik <at> ucsc.edu
FLORA LU, Dept. of Latin American and Latino Studies
Ecological Anthropology  

Indigenous peoples, conservation, Ecuador, market integration, indigenous resource management, political eoclogy, environmental justice.

homepage: http://lals.ucsc.edu/directory/details.php?id=83

e-mail: floralu@ucsc.edu
Andrew Matthews
ANDREW MATTHEWS, Dept. of Anthropology
Environmental Anthropology

Cultural politics of forest management in Mexico, focusing on indigenous forest communities and state forestry bureaucracies. Interests include environmental history, swidden agriculture and fire, tropical forestry, science and technology studies, anthropology of financial markets and global environmental change

homepage: http://people.ucsc.edu/~amathews/Home.html

email: amathews@ucsc.edu
INGRID M. PARKER, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Plant ecology, biology of species invasions

homepage: http://bio.research.ucsc.edu/people/parker/

email: parker <at> biology.ucsc.edu
S. RAVI RAJAN, Dept. of Environmental Studies
Environmental History and Political Ecology

Interface of environmental history and political ecology, urban environmental politics, environmental ethics and science, technology and society interface.

homepage: http://people.ucsc.edu/~srrajan/

email: srrajan <at> ucsc.edu
BERNIE TERSHY, Institute of Marine Sciences
Biology Marine biology

The lab of Don Croll and Bernie Tershy does a variety of research relevant to the conservation of island ecosystems. Currently, they are focusing on the islands of the Revillagigedo Archipelago in Central Western Mexico.
homepage: http://www.islandconservation.org

email: tershy <at> ucsc.edu
DAVID GOODMAN, Dept. of Environmental Studies
Environment and Development

Environment, development and political economy, agro-food networks, new theories of nature, environmental history

homepage: http://envs.ucsc.edu/directory/details.php?id=6
email: hatters <at> ucsc.edu