|Daniel Gluesenkamp is Executive Director of the Calflora Database, where he helps the leading source of California wild plant information to develop innovative new mapping, data analysis, and management planning tools. Prior to joining Calflora Dan worked for Audubon Canyon Ranch, directing habitat protection and restoration work across 30 properties and conducting research on invasive turkey impacts and nitrogen deposition impacts on vernal pools. He earned his Ph.D. in 2001 with "The ecology of native and introduced thistles," and in 2009 discovered a Franciscan manzanita plant growing on a traffic island at the Golden Gate Bridge. Daniel Gluesenkamp is a founder and past president of the California Invasive Plant Council and co-founder of the Bay Area Early Detection Network (BAEDN).|
|Special interests: California native plants|
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