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Melody Mah


Undergraduate Honours Student

I am a BSc student majoring in Wildlife and Fisheries here at the University of Northern British Columbia. My particular interests lie in Pacific salmonids and the threats they face in terms of climate change and other anthropogenic impacts. With these interests in mind, I am conducting an undergraduate thesis analyzing prespawn mortality rates of Fraser River sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in relation to spawning ground water temperatures. My hope is that this research will help inform fisheries management in the face of climate change and equip me with valuable knowledge and skills I can apply in the field of fisheries science. 



2023                   Research Assistant, Freshwater Fish Ecology Laboratory, University of

                           Northern British Columbia

2019-Present     Environmental Scientist, Bailey Environmental Consulting


2017-2019    Diploma in Fish, Wildlife and Recreation, British Columbia Institute of Technology

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