California Staff Member
- BS University of California, Santa Cruz 2010
Chris joined the Coop Unit as a M.S. student in the Fall 2017 with Mark Henderson as his advisor. Chris received his B.S. degree from UC Santa Cruz in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology in 2010. Since that time he has worked with the U.S. Forest Service monitoring native populations of California Golden Trout and Mountain Yellow-legged Frogs in Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Park and in the Golden Trout Wilderness. He has also worked as a hatchery assistant, a Spotted Owl technician and as a staff scientist for Pacific Gas and Electric assessing environmental impacts. Chris' project is estimating the abundance and distribution of Salmonid Piscivores in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta using DIDSON acoustic cameras.
|Linking predation mortality to predator density and survival for out-migrating Chinook Salmon and steelhead in the lower San Joaquin and South Delta||2018-12-31|
|Michel C., Smith, J., Demetras N., Iglesias I., Lehman B., Loomis C., Henderson M., Huff D. 2018. Spatial patterns and environmental associations of piscivorous predation throughout the south Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta in 2017. 10th biennial Bay-Delta Science Conference, Sacramento, CA. September 10-12, 2018.||2018-09-12|
|Loomis C. and Henderson M., 2018. Estimating Delta predatory fish abundance with DIDSON acoustic cameras. 10th biennial Bay-Delta Science Conference, Sacramento, CA. September 10-12, 2018.||2018-09-12|