Ian Johnson is a GIS Specialist who has been working with Biodiversity Research Institute since 2010. He is a 2010 graduate of Northland College with a major in Biology and minor in GIS.
A majority of his work has been with restoring fish passage (Salvlinus fontinalis, Salmo trutta) through culvert inventory and replacement in cold water streams of Northern Wisconsin. He also worked for two years in a study of wild rice genetics as a source of population reduction in fragmented populations.
Ian is planning to attend graduate school in a wildlife management program that integrates GIS into the mapping and analysis of wildlife populations for spatial analysis and interpretation.
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