- Evaluation and Assessment of Watershed and Aquatic Health
- Partnership Development and Maintenance
- Channel Typing
- Survey Crew Management
- Design and Development of Water Quality Monitoring Plans
- Water Chemistry and Heavy Metal Sampling
- Best Management Practices Monitoring Plans and Implementation
- Bachelor of Arts, Earth Sciences, Augustana College
- Master of Arts, Earth Sciences, Montana State University
Jenny has received many accolades, including for the development
of water quality monitoring plan for one of the nation’s
largest silver mines and for work in developing watershed partnerships
and watershed restoration. Additionally, she received a Chief’s
Grant for Watershed Restoration.
- Co-author. 1992. A channel type users guide for the Tongass
National Forest, Southeast Alaska; Fryxell and D.L. Smith. 1987. Peoltectonic Implications of Arkose Beds in the Park Shale, Middle
Cambrian, Southcentral Montana, in Paleotectonics and Sedimentation,
J.A. Peterson, ed., A.A.P.G., Memoir 41. pp 159-171.
- Pact, J.; Fryxell; J. Geology of Updip Tuscaloosa: Case
Study of Greenburg Field, St. Helena Parish, Louisiana: ARCO Research
- Thompson, J.; Fryxwell J. 2004. Best management practices
(BMPs) implementation monitoring: Keys to success and pitfalls
to avoid. In: Advancing the fundamental sciences: proceedings
of the Forest Service National Earth Sciences Conference, San
Diego, CA: 18-22 October 2004.
Jenny has worked for the
Forest Service since 1986. Prior to TEAMS, she was a district hydrologist at the
Juneau Ranger District.
Jenny has worked with TEAMS since 2002.