Dr. Paul Anders brings valuable professional breadth, depth, and experience
to the Cramer Fish Sciences team with over 25 years of fisheries and aquatic
ecology research and program management.
Projects/Services: Prior to joining the Cramer team, Paul's
academic, professional, and employment histories include fisheries and aquatic
research projects with the Universities of Notre Dame and North Dakota, South
Dakota State University, Eastern Washington University, and the University of
Idaho, as well as research and administrative appointments with the Idaho
Department of Fish and Game, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Kootenai
Tribe of Idaho, and the Columbia River Intertribal Fish Commission.
Responsibilities: In addition to his ongoing Senior Scientist
appointment with Cramer Fish Sciences, Dr. Anders serves as Affiliate Faculty
in the University of Idaho's Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources within
the College of Natural Resources, and works closely with the University of Idaho's
Aquaculture Research Institute.
Background: Dr. Anders is an effective written and oral communicator.
Paul has presented to a wide array of local, regional, national, and international
scientific and agency meetings and symposia during the last 25 years. Since 1995,
Dr. Anders has authored or co-authored over 140 scientific papers, reports, articles,
abstracts and presentations on a wide range of fisheries and aquatic science topics.
Dr. Anders continues to be instrumental in the successes of many agency, professional
and scientific groups and organizations, and has contributed to the acquisition of over
$20M in fisheries and ecological research and restoration funds.
Dr. Anders holds a Ph.D. from the University of Idaho's College of Natural Resources
(2002), a Masters Degree in Biology from Eastern Washington University (1991), and
a BS in Natural Science from St. Norbert College (1983).