Senior Aquatic Scientist
Kim is a fisheries biologist and project manager with over 20 years of experience applying science to the management of western rivers and landscapes. His technical focus is on freshwater and estuarine ecology and habitat dynamics for fisheries enhancement and ESA species recovery. Kim has completed hundreds of projects across the Western US, providing habitat assessment, fish sampling, fish passage, water quality monitoring, sediment and macroinvertebrate characterization, mitigation and habitat enhancement design, permitting, and data analysis services for a range of clients. Most of his recent projects have focused on salmonid habitat restoration design and monitoring, although he loves to work with non-game aquatic species when he can. He’s also worked on hydroelectric, solar, and wind power generation and transmission projects as well as permitting for parks, trails, boat ramps, and docks. In his spare time, Kim likes to explore by foot or small boat.
Education: B.S., Fisheries Science