California Water Science Center
The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Marissa Bauer Wulff is a biologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, California Water Science Center, where she researches and assists in projects relating to aquatic biology and ecology. Marissa has been involved in ecosystem modeling for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta with specific focus on pelagic fish species, as well a aquatic mercury studies, and flow regime studies. Marissa is currently involved in reseach looking at the effects of climate change on selected fish species of the San Francisco Estuary and California’s Central Valley watersheds.
aquatic ecosystems estuarine ecosystems freshwater ecosystems habitats
Assessment of interim flow water-quality data of the San Joaquin River restoration program and implications for fishes, California, 2009-11
Native fish population and habitat study, Santa Ana River, California