Oleksandr has worked at the Northwest Fisheries Science Center since 2014. His research focuses on monitoring of Pacific salmon habitat in the nearshore, estuarine, and riverine ecosystems. Oleksandr received a B.S. degree in Environmental Science and Resource Management from the University of Washington in 2013 and is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Geographic Information Systems at the Pennsylvania State University.
Oleksandr has worked on a variety of research projects designed to assist with the recovery planning for Pacific salmon and steelhead listed under the Endangered Species Act. He is a part of the Salmon Habitat Status and Trend Monitoring Program - a long-term effort that has been developed to monitor salmon habitat in nearshore, estuarine, and riverine ecosystems throughout the Pacific Northwest by leveraging geospatial and remote sensing analysis.
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