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Colten Brule

Undergraduate Research Assistant

I am currently a student at the University of Northern British Columbia in the Fish and Wildlife Program with a technical diploma from Lakeland College in Fisheries and Wildlife Conservation. My goals are to work with cold water specific fish species, particular char, and their population dynamics. Currently, I am working with Dr. Eduardo Martins on developing a population model for the Coquitlam sockeye salmon population.

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Experience

2018   UG Research Assistant, Univ. Northern British Columbia

2017   Fisheries Technician, Alberta Environment and Parks

2016   Environmental Technician, DWB Consulting

2015   Fisheries Technician, FRM Consulting

2014   Fisheries Technician, Alberta Environment and Parks

Education

 

2015-           BSc     Natural Resources Management, Univ. of Northern British Columbia,  Prince George, BC

2013-2015   Dipl   Environmental Science, Lakeland College, Vermilion, Alberta

Contact & FOLLOW

University of Northern British Columbia

Ecosystem Science and Management Program

3333 University Way, Prince George, BC, V2N 4Z9

1.250.960.5855  |  EMAIL

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