Clare Peabody

Clare Peabody joined the CDF in November 2019 as a Biostatistician for the CDF’s Terrestrial Invasive Species and Ecological Restoration Group. Clare is a graduate from Brown University with honors in Environmental Science (Conservation Science and Policy). She was born and raised in Santa Cruz, California in a family of ocean lifeguards. Clare leverages her previous experience working with ocean monitoring programs to analyze vegetation data from the CDF’s long-term monitoring sites at Media Luna and Los Gemelos.

Articles

Data Detectives: twenty-two years of change in Galapagos highland vegetation communities

In the humid highlands of Santa Cruz Island, just north of the village of Bellavista, a dirt road meanders through coffee and sugarcane farms before coming to a dead end at the trailhead to Media...

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