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Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
Work Experience

Watershed Monitoring Program Manager

Big Thompson Watershed Forum

October 2017 - Present

Adjunct Faculty

Green Mountain College

June 2016 - Present

Science Editor


January 2010 - Present

Conservation Data Analyst

World Wildlife Fund

June 2016 - September 2016


Colorado State University

January 2015 - May 2016

Great Lakes Monitoring Coordinator

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

January 2011 - August 2014

Quantitative Fisheries Policy Analyst

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

January 2000 - December 2010


Post-Doctoral Researcher

Universita del Salento

September 2006 - January 2007

Doctor of Philosophy (Biological Sciences, Minor in Statistics)

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

May 2000 - May 2005

Master of Science (Fisheries)

University of Washington

August 1994 - May 1996

Bachelor of Science (Zoology)

University of Wisconsin-Madison

August 1990 - May 1994

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Andrew H. Fayram, William B. Monahan, Frank J. Krist Jr, Frank J. Sapio(2019). The relationship between tree mortality from a pine beetle epidemic and increased dissolved copper levels in the upper Big Thompson River, Colorado . Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 191. (3). Springer Science and Business Media {LLC}
(2017). Participation of natural resource managers on editorial boards of conservation and applied natural resource journals. Oryx.
(2014). Effects of temperature and precipitation on walleye recruitment in Wisconsin USA 1950-2006 with implications for climate change. Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management.
(2014). Relative density of smallmouth bass in least impacted non-wadeable rivers and a comparison to densities in Wisconsin Areas of Concern. Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management.
(2011). Natural mortality in relation to age and fishing mortality on walleye in Escanaba Lake, Wisconsin during 1956-2009. North American Journal of Fisheries Management.
(2009). Exploring the conflict between broad scale and local inland fisheries management: the risks to agency credibility and effective management. Fisheries.
(2008). Relationships between reach-scale habitat variables and biotic integrity score, brook trout density, and brown trout density in Wisconsin streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management.
(2007). The potential compatibility between offshore wind power and fisheries: an example using bluefin tuna in the Adriatic Sea. Ocean and Coastal Management.
(2006). Characterizing changes in maturity of lakes resulting from the supplementation of walleye populations. Ecological Modelling.
(2006). Influence of walleye stocking on angler effort in Wisconsin. Human Dimensions of Wildlife.
(2005). Determining optimal stocking rates using a stock-recruitment model: and example using walleye in northern Wisconsin. North American Journal of Fisheries Management.