Utah State UniversityWatershed Sciences Department
5210 Old Main Hill, NR 210
Logan UT 84322-5210
Office: JQL 147
Geoff is interested in how fluvial processes and alteration affect the reproductive success of anadromous salmonids. He is also interested in how management practices and climatic changes affect flow regimes and riverine water availability on a watershed by watershed basis.
Geoff Stevens is currently providing surveying and overall field support for the Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program (CHaMP) and the Ecogeomorphology and Topographic Analysis Laboratory (Et-al), Utah State University. Geoff has several years of experience working for fluvial habitat monitoring programs throughout the Western US which includes habitat monitoring for CHaMP and the Yankee Fork Restoration Project, for Plumas National Forest in California, as well as the US Forest Service Pacfish/Infish Biological Opinion-Effectiveness Monitoring Program (PIBO-EMP).