Name: Michele Tobias
The 9-5:
I got my PhD from the UCD geography graduate group. My research is on California beach plants... which does not involve drinking margaritas on the beach, contrary to popular belief.
I am the coordinator and geospatial scientist at Geospatial Consulting @ UC Davis
Contemporary Dance - I'm a dancer in the Pamela Trokanski Dance Theatre
Kite and balloon aerial photography
Art - graphic art, photography, crochet.
Being outside, exploring

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2007-06-07 17:47:39   ni hao! are you participating in the World of Davis Game? —JessicaRockwell

2007-06-09 07:13:47   Yes, I most certainly did! Look for the results of the game soon. —MicheleTobias

2008-03-02 19:34:41   Hi Michele, and thanks for the comment on WLBP. I certainly didn't know anyone who "dusted off their bike" and that's exactly why it's great to hear from you about what you experienced and heard. And I agree about that second line to get into the gym! —DougWalter

2010-05-30 20:44:34   Have you see the Con Artists page? —PhilipNeustrom

2010-05-30 20:53:33   Hi Phil! That page is a better fit. I guess I should put something about the train guy over there. —MicheleTobias

2010-05-30 21:13:09   hmm... I'm not quite sure where or how the train guy fits into the con artist page, but I feel like he should be listed there since he seems like he's making a place for himself on E Street. Any suggestions? —MicheleTobias

2011-11-21 23:47:36   Amazing job with the balloon photo(s)!! It made me so happy to see! —PhilipNeustrom

2011-11-22 08:47:48   Thanks, Philip! It was a group effort with people from PLOTS - I think this is just the image Davis needed to see right now. —MicheleTobias

2012-04-15 19:46:48   does Kelp count as a beach plant if it washes ashore? —StevenDaubert

2012-04-15 20:14:07   Steven, no kelp that washes ashore is called "wrack". :) —MicheleTobias

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