Krista has extensive experience examining the physical and biological structure of terrestrial and aquatic systems. She has conducted numerous assessments of aquatic invertebrates, vegetation, bird, fish and amphibian communities throughout California and on the Hawaiian Islands. In addition, Krista has participated in water temperature and sediment transport studies. She currently manages projects associated with watershed analysis, aquatic restoration, and hydroelectric relicensing. Krista enjoys most types of outdoor activity and frequents local glass-working, yoga, and dance studios.
Education: M.S., Restoration Ecology; B.S., Geology
Permits Held: USFWS Section 10(a)1(a) Recovery Permit # TE-237086-0 for California freshwater shrimp; CESA 2081(a) permit/MOU for California freshwater shrimp; CDFW Plant Voucher Collecting Permit (Permit 2081 (a)-17-134-V; CDFW-approved biologist to conduct surveys for birds, amphibians, reptiles, and invertebrates on multiple projects in California under Stillwater Sciences Entity Permit #004518.