JACKIE CARTER

Jackie Carter
jlcarter@uw.edu
206-543-7546
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Jackie has worked with the Alaska Salmon Program since 2004, first as a field technician, then as a data entry technician and research assistant. In 2007, she began an MS program with Daniel Schindler and in 2010 defended her MS thesis titled Effects of Climate Change on Zooplankton Populations in Alaska. She has been a research scientist and database manager with the ASP since 2010. She manages the organization and distribution of long term datasets and spends her summers in the Wood River System in Bristol Bay, where she oversees the long term data collection at the Aleknagik field station. She is also responsible for training field technicians and new graduate students, and facilitates undergrad, grad, and faculty research.

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