Hank Baker (B.A., Biology, 2015) is a biologist with experience in aquatic ecology and water quality in estuaries, rivers, and lakes. He has a particular affinity for fish and is versed in a variety of fish and aquatic invertebrate sampling methods, as well as deployment and maintenance of water quality instrumentation. He also has experience with wet chemistry, stable isotope ecology, and experimental ecology. Before joining Stillwater, Hank had a stint performing water quality monitoring in the San Francisco Bay with the USGS. Prior to that, he worked as a limnology research assistant at Toolik Field Station, Alaska, where he monitored over twenty arctic lakes as part of the long term ecological research project conducted by Utah State University and the Marine Biological Laboratory. As an undergraduate at Brown University, he studied striped bass resource use in saltmarshes with stable isotope analysis. In his free time, Hank enjoys fly fishing, playing soccer, and exploring the Bay Area.