I hold an MS in watershed hydrology and a BS in botany, with additional course work in mined land reclamation. I was an environmental consultant for 22 years specializing in wetlands ecology, soil science, physical habitat, habitat restoration, T&E recovery work, and NEPA documentation. More recently, I served as the Natural Resources Manager for a western Washington county. Currently, I serve as Water Resources Program Manager for the Nooksack Indian Tribe near Bellingham, WA. I am particularly interested in the effect of climate change on glacier ablation and recession as it relates to the reduction of sustaining flows for spring Chinook salmon in the Nooksack River.
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