Invertebrate/Fish Taxonomist and Fisheries/Aquatic Ecologist; Started at EcoAnalysts: 2009
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.