Christina Parker

Christina graduated from Oregon State University with a B.Sc. in Zoology.  She worked in various areas of conservation before landing in fisheries at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife in their Native Fishes and Bay Study projects where she gained knowledge and experience working in the San Francisco Bay Estuary.

Christina has been with the Hobbs lab since early 2015.  Her main focus is on the SF Tributary Spawning Longfin Smelt Project. Christina is involved with not only field work but assisting in managing the day to day operations of the Longfin portion of our lab, data management, GIS, as well as data analysis and reporting for our larval samples, 20mm samples, zooplankton, and mysid samples.

Christina is currently pursuing a Masters of Natural Resources with a specialty in Fisheries Management through Oregon State University.

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