Tyler Nodine is a master’s student in the department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning at UC Berkeley. He received a B.Sc. in Ecology from UC Santa Cruz and has worked in the fields of habitat restoration, invasive plant control, ornithology and fisheries. Most recently he worked for NOAA Fisheries in Seattle, WA assessing salmon habitat capacity and restoration potential in the Columbia River Basin.
Tyler’s interests are in watershed processes and river restoration. His research focuses on the impacts of dams on river channel form and ecological function in British Columbia, Canada. This work aims to inform efforts to modernize the Columbia River Treaty, a transboundary water agreement between Canada and the U.S.