Massachusetts Staff Member
After my Bachelor’s I worked four seasons with a habitat monitoring program (PIBO-EMP) where I was a lead for 3 remote workstations in the Intermountain West. In fall 2019 I started my Master’s research under Dr. Allison Roy.
My project will focus on the downstream biotic effects of winter water level drawdowns as a dam management strategy. More generally I am interested in metapopulation structure and migration dynamics, habitat connectivity, watershed management, and aquatic organisms with dynamic life histories.
|Impacts of winter lake drawdowns on downstream flows and stream ecosystems||2021-08-31|
|Baker, A.M., A.H. Roy, T.A. Richards, M. Craddock, and C.N. Bentsen. 2020. April showers in November: Examining how altered hydrology from winter drawdowns can impact habitat and biota. Southern New England American Fisheries Society Winter Meeting, 13-14 January 2020, Cambridge, MA.||2020-01-13|
|Baker, A.M. and A.H. Roy. 2020. April showers in November: Flipping the flow regime: Examining how altered hydrology from winter drawdowns can impact downstream ecology. ASLO-SFS 2020 Joint Summer Meeting, 7-11 June 2020, Madison, WI.||2020-06-07|