Hana is interested in intermittent streams, specifically how landscape-level processes can structure these features, and how they can act as refugia for different species. This is of particular importance in California because much of the state’s stream network can be characterized as intermittent.
Hana is a member of the second class of UC Water Academy.
Hana received her Bachelor of Arts and Science from McGill University, where she majored in Geography and Biology. She is currently a graduate student at UC Berkeley, working with Stephanie Carlson and Ted Grantham.