The employee is primarily responsible for preservation, protection and enhancement of Treaty reserved fishery and natural resources impacted by climate change in the Columbia Basin. The employee will work within the Yakama Nation Fisheries Programs and with other DNR programs to ensure that all projects and programs are linked to the Yakama Nation Climate Action Plan (CAP). The employee must be knowledgeable in the theory, concepts, and principles of climate change and understand the impacts of climate change on natural resources with emphasis on fish biology and aquatic life. The employee must also be able to conduct an independent analysis of moderately complex situations to review and evaluate real-time and future effects of climate change on local and regional hydrology and environment

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