Entomologist and Invertebrate QA Officer
Stacie is the project coordinator for ERI's invertebrate lab and is involved in invertebrate identification for a variety of ERI's projects throughout the United States. In addition, her extensive background in both environmental and medical laboratory settings has lead to her role as a quality assurance/control officer for the invertebrate lab.
Stacie is a graduate of Southern Utah University with a B.S. in Biology and has been on staff at ERI for six years. She enjoys camping, hiking, rafting, quilting, watching the Green Bay Packers win, and being a mom to her
- Taxonomical studies of benthic invertebrates in the Applegate, Row (Oregon), and Madison (Montana) rivers.
- Benthic invertebrate study in nine razorback sucker rearing ponds (New Mexico).
- Enhancement of ERI's invertebrate study collection.
- Quality assurance/control oversight in ERI's water and invertebrate labs.
- Taxonomical studies of benthic invertebrates in the San Juan (Utah & New Mexico) Snake (Idaho), Sacramento (California), and Colorado Rivers.
- Laboratory and field technician associated with water quality studies for ERI projects throughout the United States.