Emily King Teraoka
Emily has worked as an ecologist in various ecosystems throughout California and the western United States. Emily’s areas of expertise include riparian and upland forest restoration, vegetation surveys, non-native plant management, aquatic invertebrate sampling and identification, GIS map design, data integration and analyses, report writing, and graphic design. In her spare time, Emily enjoys traveling, hiking around the north coast, canoeing, and reading as much as possible Emily is an official trained practitioner in California Rapid Assessment Methodology (CRAM) wetlands monitoring/evaluations.
Education: M.S., Natural Resources, concentration in Forestry and Wildland Resources; B.A., Biology and Environmental Studies
Permits Held: CDFW Plant Voucher Collecting Permit (Permit 2081 (a)-13-134-V); California Rapid Assessment Methodology (CRAM) Certified Practitioner