Aquatic Ecologist/Fishery Scientist,Gaia Northwest, Inc., Seattle, Washington
Ph.D., 1982 University of Washington, Fisheries Science; M.S., 1972 University of Washington, Fisheries Biology; B.S., 1965 University of Washington, Fisheries Biology
I am trained and experienced in program, project and field crew management, experimental design, estuarine, marine, freshwater and terrestrial ecology, applied mathematics, statistical analysis, and automatic data processing (mainframe, mini, and microcomputers).
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), American Institute of Fishery Research Biologists, American Fishery Society (Certified Fishery Scientist, Estuarine Research Society,Sigma Xi, Pacific Fishery Biologists (PFB), American Society of Limnologists and Oceanographers (ASLO), Society of Wetlands Scientists (SWS)
Dr. Washington is a highly qualified Aquatic Ecologist/fishery scientist with over 30 years of federal agency, and private consulting experience. He was educated at the University of Washington, College of Ocean and Fishery Science. He is trained and experienced in program, project and field crew management, experimental design, estuarine, marine, freshwater and terrestrial ecology, applied mathematics, statistical analysis, and automatic data processing (mainframe, mini, and microcomputers). His teaching experience includes status as an instructor in Fisheries at the University of Washington, adjunct Professor in marine biology at Western Washington University and Assistant Research Professor (Chemistry Department) at Seattle University, and guest lecturer at University of California Davis, Whitman College, Savanna State University, Hampton University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and Seattle Community College (Central and South Campuses).
He is a principal and manager of an environmental consulting firm. He has served as advisor to local, state and regional, tribal and national fishery resource managers, managers of regulatory agencies, utilities, and private interests. He is currently serving 3rd 2-year term as a Director on the Prince William Sound Science Center Board of Directors. He is currently serving a 3-year term advising the Assistant Secretary of Commerce on Fisheries as a member of the Marine Fish Advisory Committee (MAFAC). He has directed staffs of professional and technical level personnel in various environmental project activities. He has developed and managed several successful environmental restoration projects that required extensive public involvement and support.