Nicole Ogan is a Fishery Biologist with five years of experience in the Yakima and Columbia rivers.
Ms. Ogan has experience and professional training in surgical tag (PIT, radio and acoustic) implantation techniques used during biotelemetry evaluations of fish behavior and survival at hydroelectric facilities. She is also skilled in other fisheries techniques, with specific expertise in fish husbandry, mark/recapture population estimates, spawning surveys, and gas bubble trauma monitoring.
Ms. Ogan completed a BS in Biology from Central Washington
University in 2009.