Amber Szoboszlai, M.Sc.

Amber specializes in developing database management tools to compile long-term historical data sets for large marine ecosystems.  At the Farallon Institute she works on food web characterization and analysis, bio-energetic modeling, database development, and building tools to answer complex ecological questions.  Her training in marine science and ecology included research on how environmental stress alters species interactions, and the role of species diversity in ecosystem function in California's productive and dynamic marine environment.

Involvement in FI projects:

Selected publications:

  • Szoboszlai et al. 2015. Forage species in predator diets: Synthesis of data from the California Current. Ecological Informatics.  [pdf]