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Gregory T. Ruggerone
Kyle L. Antonelis
James Selleck (Associate)
Joan Drinkwin (Associate)
Steven E. Hughes (retired)
Jeffrey A. June (retired)
Gregory T. Ruggerone
Ph.D. Fisheries, University of Washington, 1989.
M.S. Fisheries, University of Washington, 1981.
B.S. Biological Sciences, University of California, Irvine, 1978.
1993-present President (2013-present), Vice-President (1994-2013), Fisheries Scientist, Natural Resources Consultants, Inc. Responsible for salmon investigations in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska.
1990-1993. Principal Fisheries Biologist. University of Washington, Fisheries Research Institute. Project Leader/ Co-PI, Alaska Salmon Program. Responsible for directing several research projects at FRI's Alaska field stations and supervision of graduate students.
1989-1990. Senior Fisheries Biologist. University of Washington, Fisheries Research Institute. Project Leader for the Alaska Salmon Program (see above responsibilities).
1984-1989. Predoctoral Research Associate. University of Washington, Fisheries Research Institute. Project Leader for the Chignik Lakes Salmon Research Program. Responsible for directing research projects and supervision of students.
1982-1984. Fisheries Biologist. Jones & Stokes Associates, Inc. Responsible for environmental studies related to fish and fisheries in Alaska, Washington and California.
1982. Consultant. BioSonics, Inc. Examined juvenile salmon migration at a Columbia River dam using hydroacoustic techniques.
1979-1981. Research Assistant. University of Washington, Fisheries Research Institute. Field research on salmon at the Wood River lakes, Alaska.
1978-1979. Biologist. California Department of Fish and Game. Assisted several marine fisheries projects, including the annual CALCOFI anchovy survey.
1978. Biologist. University of California, Irvine. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Received Student-Originated-Studies grant from the National Science Foundation to examine the effects of groundwater removal on natural spring communities in the Owens Valley, CA.
1977-1978. Lab Technician. University of California, Irvine. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Field biologist for rocky intertidal studies.
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