Professor Greg Pasternack
Prof. Pasternack has been a professor at UC Davis since 1998. His teaching, service, and research revolve around helping society manage and restore its aquatic and riparian environments. SAS004 allows Prof. Pasternack to interact with a broad diversity of undergraduate students and provide students with an opportunity to think broadly across societal and environmental issues.
223 Veihmeyer Hall
Department of Land, Air, and Water Resources
Telephone: (530) 302-5658
Office Hours: Wednesdays 2:30-4:00 pm (also by appt)
2019 TA for all sections:Sean Luis
Sean received his undergraduate degree from University of Washington in 2011, majoring in Aquatic and Fishery Sciences with a minor in Marine Biology. After graduating, he served five years in the NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps operating research ships in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Gulf of Mexico. In his second NOAA Corps assignment he also worked for the National Marine Fisheries Service in Sacramento, carrying out regulatory procedures under the federal Endangered Species Act involving imperiled salmon, steelhead, and green sturgeon populations in the California Central Valley. These days he is a PhD student at UC Davis studying interactions between hydrodynamics in rivers and adult Chinook salmon migratory behavior.
Office Hours: 10-11:30 am Thursdays in 219 Veihmeyer Hall (also by appt)