Jared Ellenor has over eight years of professional experience implementing fish habitat studies, environmental effects monitoring programs, and aquatic impact assessments. His project delivery spans “start to finish” – field data collection, statistical analysis, modeling, data visualization, and technical writing. Jared thrives in remote and challenging environments, successfully implementing field programs in BC, Alberta, Ontario, Labrador, the Northwest Territories, and Nunavut. His MSc from University of Waterloo used occupancy modeling to investigate habitat use of young-of-year Arctic Grayling in the Barrenland streams of Nunavut. Other recent projects that Jared conducted include assessing changes in productivity and mercury concentrations in Arctic lakes as a result of impoundment, long-term aquatic monitoring for hydroelectric projects, and using ecological modeling to identify opportunities for fish habitat offsetting. When he is not working, you can find Jared hiking and camping with his dog, cycling in all weather, working on home improvements, and hoping for snow to go cross-country skiing.