I received my bachelor’s degree in fisheries biology from Mansfield University in 2015. My undergraduate work focused on Brook and Brown trout in northern Pennsylvania streams. After graduating I worked for Colorado State University’s Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska. I am interested in stream ecology and native fish conservation.
As a M.S. student my research will be looking at off channel oxbows as source or sink habitat for Topeka shiners in the Rock and North Raccoon River Watershed.
Habitat Improvement Projects for Stream and Oxbow Fish of Greatest Conservation Need
M.S. Project, January 2016 - present