California Staff Member
Emily K. Chen
- BS University of California Los Angeles 2017
Emily received her undergraduate degree from UCLA with a B.S. in Biology. Her undergraduate work ranged from studying reproductive trade-offs in whip spiders, biodiversity and conservation in the Congo Basin and taxonomy in eastern Pacific rays. Emily has worked in lake management at Lake Mission Viejo, California where she sampled and tested water quality, surveyed wildlife and conducted general lake maintenance. Emily joined the California Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit in August 2017 and is pursuing a M.S. degree in Fisheries Biology under Dr. Mark Henderson. Emily will be assisting in the lifecycle monitoring in Redwood Creek, California and building a life cycle model. She plans to use ecological models as a tool to understand the population dynamics of salmonids.
The study of fishes and their value to both humans and the ecosystem.
|Monitoring Chinook Salmon in Redwood Creek to assess the impacts of a modified estuary||2020-06-30|
|Chen E. K., Henderson M.J. 2018 Contribution of juvenile estuarine residency to Chinook Salmon recruitment in Redwood Creek, California. Oregon Chapter of the American Fisheries Society 54nd Annual Meeting, Eugene, OR. March 13-16, 2018.||2018-03-14|
|Chen E. K., Henderson M.J. 2018 Contribution of juvenile estuarine residency to Chinook Salmon recruitment in Redwood Creek, California. Cal-Neva Chapter of the American Fisheries Society 52nd Annual Meeting, San Luis Obispo, CA. Feb 28-March 2, 2018.||2018-03-01|