Michael Davis is an environmental scientist with experience in fisheries science and management, habitat restoration, geospatial analysis and natural resource policy. He has contributed to or led fisheries research projects in diverse ecosystems, including desert springs, high alpine basins, headwater streams, and ice-covered lakes. His areas of expertise include fisheries sampling and study design, fish population dynamics and habitat assessments and leveraging geographic information systems to achieve greater insight in environmental problem solving. Prior to joining Stillwater Sciences, Mike completed a graduate research project in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and worked as a biologist in the Owens Valley and Sierra Nevada of California. In his free time Mike enjoys cycling, fishing, world travel, and cooking.