PSC Team

2000 - 2004 Graduate School of the Environment: The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA. Emphasis: Salmon and Nearshore Ecology, Ecosystem Modeling, Fluvial Geomorphology, River and Floodplain Ecology and Management. 1983 - 19

Lawrence Dominguez


Knowledge and practice in federal, state, and local regulatory process including NEPA, SEPA, JARPA, ESA, MSA, USACE 401 certification, SMA, HPA and Floodplain and Wetland Executive Orders Interest in developing individuals, performance evaluation and professional growth planning Excellence in oral and written communication, employee direction Leadership, Strategic Planning, Decisiveness in instances of limited information, Accountability emphasis with team Knowledge of fish removal, collector, bypass, and exclusion methods for construction-related projects Knowledge of designing monitoring plans for effects analysis and permit requirements Ability to lead interdisciplinary teams to determine best management practices in resolving complex projects that have the potential to influence aquatic systems Budget development and monitoring, agreement negotiation Ability to work with private landowners and non-governmental organizations through effective relationship building Knowledge of federal and state grant funding resource procedures and ability to develop effective partnerships in resource stewardship Understanding of sensitive, scientific management issues in various landownerships Ability to supervise biologists and technicians on large or multi-year projects Regular user of Scientific Collection permits for fish handling, electrofishing, population estimates Ability to present scientific issues in an understandable manner through print, seminars, and the internet
American Fisheries Society, Past President WA-BC Chapter and Co-Chair 2011 Seattle, WA General Meeting Society of Wetland Scientists The Association of State Floodplain Managers

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