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Erin McCann

Erin McCann

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
PO Box 999
Richland, WA 99352

Biography

Erin McCann is a Data Scientist who initially joined the Ecology group in 2018 as a Post Masters Research Associate. While at PNNL, Erin’s research has been focused on the passage and survival of juvenile salmonids through hydropower facilities in the Snake River. Erin also supports a variety of other projects throughout the lab, including data analysis and visualization for WRPS Industrial Hygiene supporting the Hanford Tank Farm Vapors Program.

Research Interests

  • Data analysis and visualization using R and Tableau
  • Fish passage and survival through hydropower facilities
  • Hydroacoustics and Acoustic Telemetry
  • Migration of adult anadromous fishes
  • Invasive species ecology

Education and Credentials

  • M.S., Conservation Biology, Central Michigan University
  • B.S., Aquatic Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara

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