Henry Hansen is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Stout majoring in environmental science and
minoring in GIS and chemistry. Some of his previous work experiences include the Minnesota
Department of Natural Resources, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Park Service. Besides
going to class, his primary work deals with the genetics, ecology, and local distributions of fishes.
Currently he is supervising the survey of native fishes in Dunn County, Wisconsin through the American
Fisheries Society Student Chapter at UW-Stout. He also serves as a chemistry teaching assistant and
GIS tutor. His most recent GIS project is exploring the utility of ESRI virtual campus for developing
applied GIS skills in relation to student led ecology, conservation, and natural resource management
projects. He holds memberships with American Fisheries Society, North American Native Fish Association, and Society for Conservation GIS. He is now in search of graduate positions or work related to fish and/or rivers and GIS applications, so if interested he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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