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Annie Brodsky, B.S., Biologist Annie brings to Cramer Fish Sciences a background in ecological studies with an emphasis on aquatic ecosystems along with a positive and enthusiastic attitude.

Responsibilities: Annie assists CFS staff from both the Auburn and the West Sacramento offices in coordinating and implementing field projects as well as assisting with project development, data collection and analysis, reporting, and presentation.

Projects/Services: Annie's attention to detail and excitement for field work is a great match for her position as a biologist. Her experience has included food web analysis, predator-prey dynamics, stomach content analysis, outmigration monitoring, habitat mapping and use assessment, acoustic data analysis, fish husbandry, migratory and behavioral responses to human perturbations, fish collection facility efficiency, acoustic tagging, benthic sampling, GIS, and generating survival estimates using models.

Background: Annie earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Evolution, Ecology, and Biodiversity from the University of California, Davis in 2009 and minored in Oceanography. While an undergraduate, Annie studied at Bodega Marine Laboratory. While in Bodega Bay, she conducted independent research investigating the effects of wind speed and wave height on a local population of Pacific harbor seals and co-founded the Oceanography Club at UC Davis. At the main campus in Davis, Annie volunteered as a research assistant on many different projects ranging from collecting water samples, tracking small mammals, extracting DNA and performing PCR in the lab, observing avian foraging patterns, as well as collecting core samples from mudflats and identifying invertebrates while creating an identification guide using digital microscopic imaging.

Prior to joining Cramer Fish Sciences, Annie worked for the Department of Water Resources where she assisted in acoustic tag monitoring studies focusing on Chinook salmon and steelhead. Working for DWR gave Annie many training opportunities including NEPA/CEQA, GIS, and Motorboat Operation. She is CPR/first aid-certified and has been trained to enter confined spaces.

Personal: Annie enjoys spending time outdoors and trying new things. She enjoys photography, camping, kayaking, horseback riding, visiting and exploring new places, playing guitar, reading, and spending time with family. She spends most of her time with her husband, daughter, and three (well-traveled) dogs.

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