Ms Kerrie McArthur
Kerrie McArthur, Senior Biologist with Confluence, has 28 years of wide-ranging experience as a natural resources professional in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. Her expertise includes water quality monitoring, stream-channel characterization, wetland reconnaissance and delineations, plant and animal identification, aquatic and terrestrial habitat evaluation, fisheries surveys, and functional assessment of aquatic ecosystems. She specializes in the collection of field samples of marine and freshwater fish, plants, and invertebrates using a range of equipment. Her experience focuses on impacts to fish and wetlands, both freshwater and marine, from a wide range of development activities; regulatory permitting and associated mitigation; and restoration. Kerrie has written numerous wetland delineation reports, project-specific biological assessments, aquatic and terrestrial plant and animal sections of SEPA/NEPA EISes, and has developed mitigation plans for sensitive species and habitats including salmonids and wetlands. She has also worked in tropical and subtropical ecosystems in the Pacific Ocean.
Chapter : Pacific Northwest Chapter
Section : Women in Wetlands Section
Organization : Confluence Environmental Company