Planning, implementing, and monitoring stream and watershed restoration projects
- Level II Contracting Officer Representative, Contracting Officer Technical Representative
- Applied Fluvial Geomorphology
- AutoCad engineering design software proficiency
- Proficiency in survey techniques using a laser level and total station
- Watercraft and kayak capsize recovery and water safety
- Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, Binghamton University
- Master of Science, Fisheries Science, Oregon State University
- Oregon Laurels Graduate Scholarship, 2003-2004
- USDA Forest Service Education Award 2000
- American Fisheries Society (AFS)
- American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
A.Olegario, A.; Li, J.L.; Ebersole, J.P. 2008. Over-wintering diet, growth and prey available to juvenile coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch in headwater tributaries, Freshwater Biology (in press).
Anthony has worked for the Forest Service since 2000. Before joining TEAMS Enterprise Unit, Anthony worked as a fisheries biologist for the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in southwest Washington and as a watershed analyst for a Conservation District in White Salmon, Washington.