Senior Fisheries Scientist
Manager US Pacific Northwest Fisheries
Joined LGL in 1990
M.Sc.: SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry, Syracuse, N.Y. (Systems Ecology) 1990
B.Sc. (Hons.): SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry, Syracuse, N.Y. (Environmental Studies) 1988
Bryan Nass is an office manager, project and field operations manager, and data analyst for fisheries and environmental research projects. As a passionate steward of our resources, Bryan looks to find practical solutions for addressing environmental issues. He has been involved in fishery research projects in British Columbia and the Columbia River basin in Washington State for his entire professional career.
Over the last eight years, Bryan has managed large radio-telemetry programs on the Columbia River to assess juvenile and adult salmon migration, timing, and distribution as it related to hydroelectric projects. These studies have required interacting with local residents, local government, agencies, and tribes to achieve a broad set of objectives. Bryan is experienced in setting up new field programs, prioritizing work tasks and logistics, designing and organizing data collection systems, developing skilled work teams, preparing options for technical committees, and chairing work groups. Bryan's technical experience in riverine environments is extensive with hands-on knowledge to conduct fisheries and habitat activities.
Greeneridge Sciences Inc., a company specializing in bio-acoustic research and monitoring, is part of the LGL group of companies
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