Michael is an Environmental Scientist in Stillwater’s Berkeley office with a background in freshwater ecology and aquatic science. He earned his B.S. in Molecular Environmental Biology from U.C. Berkeley where he worked on research projects involving fish ecology, salmon conservation, and macroinvertebrate identification. Before joining Stillwater, Michael worked at the Angelo Coast Range Reserve, contributing to fish surveys of pikeminnow and native salmonids and studies concerning algae microbiome composition. Michael has experience with a wide range of environmental field methods including water quality sampling, lake and reservoir profiling, electrofishing and eDNA collection. In his free time, Michael enjoys running, snowboarding, and exploring the regional parks around the Bay Area.
Education: B.S., Molecular Enviromental Biology