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Jennet Chang

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Jennet Is a student at University of Hawai'i at Hilo , studying Tropical Science in Horticulture , and is expecting to graduate in 2019 .

About Me:
I'm from the territory of American Samoa but I am currently living in Hilo, HI. I am an islander who has never set foot in the states until 2015. I love to dance Samoan dances, sing Samoan songs, play guitar (I'm still a beginner), and babysit dogs. Anyways, I'm excited to see what summer has in store for me and cannot wait to explore.

My Projects
How much and what types of genetic diversity matter when restoring habitat? (2018)

We are studying how genetic diversity influences productivity and ecosystem services in wildflower species being used to restore habitat in the western United States. For this, we have measured differences in important leaf and root traits among many individuals from different populations of each species, and during Summer 2018 will be manipulating the amount and type of genetic diversity