David J.X. Gonzalez

About

I’m an environmental health scientist specializing in ambient air pollution and reproductive health. My work examines the intersections between social and environmental determinants of health through observational studies and community engaged research. I’m pursuing a PhD in the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER), where I’m co-advised by Mark Cullen from Stanford Medicine and Marshall Burke from Stanford Earth. I’m supported by the Stanford Graduate Fellowship in Science & Engineering and Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship.

Research

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Publications

2016

Mineralization ratios of nitrogen and phosphorus from decomposing litter in temperate versus tropical forests. Global Ecology and BiogeographyMarklein, A. R., Winbourne, J. B., Enders, S. K., Gonzalez, D. J., van Huysen, T. L., Izquierdo, J. E., Light, D. R., Liptzin, D., Miller, K. E., Morford, S. L., Norton, R. A., Houlton, B. Z. 201625 (3): 335-3466

2015

Indirect effects of global change accumulate to alter plant diversity but not ecosystem function in alpine tundra. Journal of Ecology. Farrer, E. C., Ashton, I. W., Spasojevic, M. J., Fu, S., Gonzalez, D. J., Suding, K. N. 2015103 (2): 351-360

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