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Anna Davidson

In 2014 Davidson received her Ph.D. in the Department of Plant Sciences at UC Davis. For her dissertation, she investigated and modeled the growth and development of the tree canopy in response to its environment. Specifically, in the context of global climate change, she studied growth and development as a function of increasing temperature, water deficit, and increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations. As an artist, she has most recently been working with fungus grown on potato dextrose agar (PDA) as artistic medium.

Biologist
West Sacramento, United States