Ecological Restoration, Plant Physiology, Water Quality and Ecosystem Management
Director of Ecosystem Management for the Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration
- Ph.D., Botany, Univ. Hawaii - Manoa
Lisa Stratton has been the Director of Ecosystem Management for UCSB's Cheadle Center for Biodiversity and Ecological Restoration (CCBER) since 2005 (www.ccber.ucsb.edu). As the manager of the campus lagoon and other open space areas on campus, she has been active in pursuing opportunities to improve water quality and provide habitat through bioswales and treatment wetlands. She received her PhD at University of Hawaii-Manoa, her Masters from University of Wisconsin-Madison and my undergraduate degree at Stanford. She has been a change agent on the landscape committee since the inception of UCSB's sustainability commitment and worked towards promoting sustainable, non-invasive, low water landscapes that celebrate UCSB's unique location within a matrix of natural habitats and wetlands.
Applied research related to ecological restoration and water quality.
ES 95: Introduction Ecological Restoration Field Skills