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PhD Candidate 2017 -present

Maria Viteri

My research lies at the intersections of conservation, ecology, and paleontology.  Specifically, I am interested in tracking faunal community change over time to create a deeper context for the biodiversity crises of today and tomorrow. At Stanford I am working on discerning the fingerprints of the Anthropocene on small mammal communities in the San Francisco Bay Area using skeletal remains from raptor pellets and archaeological sites. 

Education

B.S. Biology, University of Chicago, 2016