Lecturer and Field Trip Coordinator
Liz Baker-Treloar has been a member of the Marine Science Environmental Studies Department since Fall of 1995. Baker-Treloar has taught undergraduate courses and labs in physical oceanography, natural disasters, and earth science. In addition to teaching undergraduate courses, Baker-Treloar is the department field trip co-ordinator. As the field trip co-ordinator Baker-Treloar is logistacal support to faculty and students for day field trips as well as overnight camping events and the department 24 hour Sproul cruise.
Office: SCST 250
Office Hours: WF 12:00-2:00 R 4:00-5:00
Eric M. Cathcart has been a member of the faculty since 1996 and has taught undergraduate courses in natural disasters, environmental geology, and other disciplines. Cathcart is a licensed California Professional Geologist (PG#7548), California Registered Environmental Assessor and works as an environmental consultant. His consulting work focuses on construction and remediation quality assurance, Phase I and Phase II site assessments, underground storage tank removals, Brownfield and Superfund assessments, and soil and groundwater investigations and remediation.
Cathcart is actively involved in community science education and community outreach programs including: San Diego Cooperative Charter School, SeaCamp (San Diego), Ocean Discovery Institute (Scientific Advisory Board Member) and Tecolote Canyon Natural Park and Nature Center.
Office: Shiley Science and Technology 249
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Steven Searcy, PhD, focuses his research on the early life history of marine organisms with a focus on the transition between larval and juvenile stages of marine fish and invertebrates.