Posted on May 26, 2016 · Posted in Team
Alix Blake, M.Sc. Fisheries Biologist I

Alix Blake, M.Sc. Fisheries Biologist I

Ms. Blake was born in Spokane and grew up hunting and fishing in Eastern Washington. Currently Ms. Blake is a Fisheries Biologist I for the Lake Roosevelt Fisheries Evaluation Program. Ms. Blake holds a B.S. in Biology with an emphasis in fisheries and a M.Sc. in Biology from Eastern Washington University. Ms. Blake is currently an officer of the Washington-British Columbia American Fisheries Society Chapter and has mentored several AFS Hutton Scholars and youth tribal members. Her current research interests include (1) Supporting and monitoring the Lake Roosevelt subsistence and recreational fishery; (2) movement of fishes in large impoundments in relation to hydro-operations; (3) interactions of native and nonnative fish species; (4) kokanee biology and management; and (5) fisheries outreach and education.

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