What you will do:

• Coordinate fish inventory projects for the Umpqua River Basin. Conduct fish monitoring activities such as boat electro-fishing, trap-netting and gill-netting on lakes and reservoirs as well as snorkeling surveys, smolt-trapping operations, and adult spawning ground surveys on rivers and streams. Operate and maintain multiple adult fish traps and fish ladders throughout the district. Compile data summaries on all fish inventory projects. Coordinate inventory methods and projects with other state-wide projects. Coordinate, conduct, and analyze benthic sampling and estuary seining efforts and information. Perform miscellaneous surveys for non-game and warm water species such as small mouth bass, Umpqua chub, and Pacific lampre

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