Fisheries and Wildlife Biologist
Lauren has extensive experience in both biotic and physical sampling techniques for monitoring and assessing population structure and diversity of aquatic and terrestrial species. Lauren’s areas of experience include modeling incidental take of northern spotted owl in addition to field techniques and study design for monitoring bats, amphibians, and freshwater and estuarine fishes. Her project management experience supports multidisciplinary projects in the areas of watershed analysis, aquatic restoration, and hydroelectric relicensing. In her free time, she can be found in the garden or out for a walk at the beach.
Education: B.S., Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology
Permits Held: USFWS Section 10(A)(1)(A) (Permit #TE198917-1) For Endangered Tidewater Goby Recovery; NMFS Section 10(A)(1)(A) (Permit 17913) For Threatened California Central Valley Steelhead Recovery
CDFW Scientific Collecting Permit (SCP) for capture bats throughout the state of California (SCP # 4518); CDFW Scientific Collecting (Permit 4518); CDFW Memorandum of Understanding to sample California freshwater shrimp