Anne Holt is a Research Technician in the Biology Department, specializing in data management, analysis, and visualization using R and GIS. She also organizes and leads staff trainings focusing on R data science tools. She received her B.S. in marine and coastal science, emphasizing in environmental chemistry, from the University of California, Davis. She joined SCCWRP in 2019.
B.S., marine and coastal science, University of California, Davis. 2019
Research Technician, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA. 2019-present
Laboratory Assistant, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA. 2019
Laboratory Intern, Vacaville Easterly Waste Water Treatment Plant. Vacaville, CA. 2018-2019
Student Researcher, Bodega Marine Laboratory, CA. 2017
Student Researcher, Juneau Icefield Research Project, Alaska. 2016
Intern, Crescent Farm, Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden. Arcadia, CA. 2015
Trail crew member, Student Conservation Association. Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska. 2014
Honors and Awards
Outstanding Senior Award for Marine and Coastal Science (2019)
Dean’s List, UC Davis College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (2015-2019)
Jastro Scholarship, UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (2015-2019)
CA&ES Dean’s Circle Scholarship (2017)
Golden Key International Honor Society (2016-2019)
Elks National Foundation “Most Valuable Student”, local and association levels (2015)
President’s Volunteer Service Award (2014)
Selected Presentations and Conference Proceedings
Holt, Anne, The comparative effects of nano copper on two different populations of the bay mussel, Mytilus galloprovincialis, UC Davis Undergraduate Research Conference, April 27, 2018.
Miele, A., A. Clark, K. Cunningham, A. Holt, M. Peek, A. Zaccarin, K. Ziola, S. Fortner, and N. Kehrwald. 2016. Chemical weathering on the Llewellyn glacier, Juneau Icefield, AGU San Francisco, H13A-1334, December 12, 2016.