California Staff Member
Jonathan M. Hollis
- MS Humboldt State University 2018
- BA Ohio Wesleyan University 2007
Jon received his B.A. from Ohio Wesleyan University with a double major in Biology and Environmental Studies in 2007. Since graduating, he has worked with both USGS Western Ecological Research Center and California's Department of Fish and Wildlife conducting research involving long-term monitoring of forest conditions in national parks across California and Oregon, hydrology analysis in the San Francisco and Klamath regions, and salmon spawning and life cycle monitoring across the north coast of California. Jon joined the California Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit in January 2015 and is pursuing a MS degree in Fisheries Biology.
Export of invertebrate drift from headwater streams, salmonids and their management.
|Export of Invertebrate Drift From Headwater Streams||2018-06-30|
|Hollis, J. and M.A. Wilzbach. 2016. Export of invertebrate drift from fishless headwater streams of the lower Klamath River Basin, California, and its use by trout. Annual Meeting, Society for Freshwater Science. Sacramento, California. May 21-26, 2016.||2016-05-24|
|Hollis, J. and M. A. Wilzbach. 2016. Export of invertebrate drift from fishless headwater streams in the lower Klamath River Basin, California, and its use by trout. Coast Redwood Forest Symposium, Eureka, California.||2016-09-13|