Don Conklin is experienced in multiple aspects of aquatic ecology – especially fish, benthic macroinvertebrates, and their habitat. As a project manager, he has extensive experience with all aspects of aquatic studies including design of aquatic sampling programs; data collection, laboratory analysis, and lab report preparation; field sampling of organisms in a variety of aquatic habitats, identification, and enumeration of biological samples; IFIM/PHABSIM data collection and analysis, habitat evaluation; field crew supervision; data reduction and analysis; statistical analysis; impact assessment; data presentation; and report preparation. Mr. Conklin’s projects have included work across the United States.
- M.S., Water Resource Management, University of WisconsinB.S., Biology, Cornell University
Training and Certifications
- IFIM 201, Problem solving with IFIM, U.S. Fish and Wildlife ServiceIFIM 305, Field Techniques for stream habitat analysis, U.S. Fish and Wildlife ServiceIFIM 310, Using the computer based Physical Habitat Simulation System (PHABSIM), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service8-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Refresher24-Hour MSHA8-Hour MSHA RefresherAdult First Aid/CPR