Advisor: Will Patterson
I am an MS student based out the Nature Coast Biological Station in Cedar Key. I received my BS from Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. In the years following I worked as a fisheries observer in Alaska. After that I worked for various fisheries entities before finding myself working at UF on the “Great Red Snapper Count”. My current research seeks to estimate important nursery areas for the Common Snook’s northward range expansion using otolith isotopes as natural tags.