He is responsible for aquatic macroinvertebrate and larval fish taxonomic identifications, taxonomic data review, and aquatic bioassessments. Bill has over 20 years of professional experience in fisheries research, environmental consulting, and invertebrate/fish taxonomy in the Pacific Northwest with special interest in salmonid ecology, hyrdoelectric facilities, stream habitat assessment, ESA/NEPA planning, watershed planning, and bioassessments. He earned a B.S. degree from Michigan State University and his M.S. degree from University of Wyoming in Fisheries Ecology and Management. Bill spends his spare time whitewater canoeing/rafting, doing wilderness things, running ultra marathons, growing vegetables with his wife, and as a regional rock star with his band Corn Mash.