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  • Gauthey, Z., A. Elosegic, M. Lang, C. Tentelier and J. LaBonne. 2015. Habitat selection by females and its effects on egg survival in brown trout. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes.

  • Railsback, S.F., B.C. Harvey, S. Kupferberg, M. Lang and S. McBain. 2015. Modeling potential river management conflicts between frogs and salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.

  • Lang, Margaret and M. Love. 2014. COMPARING FISH PASSAGE WINDOW COMPUTATION METHODS IN THREE WEST COAST CLIMATE ZONES. Technical Report No. AB-133F-12-SE-2021. National Marine Fisheries Service, .

  • May, C., B. Pryor, T. Lisle and M. Lang. 2009. Coupling Hydrodynamic Modeling and Empirical Measures of Bed Mobility to Predict the Risk of Scour and Fill of Salmon Redds in a Large Regulated River. Water Resources Research.

  • Lang, Margaret and E. Cashman. 2008. Influence of Fish Passage Retrofits on Culvert Hydraulic Capacity. Technical Report No. Contract No.: 43A0068.10.. California Department of Transportation, .

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Educational Background

  • 1989-1995 – PH D, Stanford University, Stanford, CA (Environmental Engineering)

  • 1983-1984 – MS, Stanford University, Stanford, CA (Environmental Engineering)

  • 1979-1983 – BS, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana (Civil Engineering)

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Positions & Honors

  • 1994 - Present – Professor (various levels, now Full), Humboldt State University Environmental Resources Engineering

  • 1989 - 1994 – Doctoral Candidate, Stanford University Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering

  • 1987 – Registered Professional Engineer, California, State of California

  • 1985 - 1989 – Staff Engineer, Tetra Tech Inc. Environmental Systems

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