Paul Bergman is a senior fisheries scientist and project manager. Paul leads fisheries permitting efforts and scientific investigations, manages fisheries staff, and is active in business development activities.
Paul has more than 12 years of experience as an accomplished scientist/project manager researching fisheries in California’s Central Valley. He is a skilled manager of multiple projects that provide technical expertise for recovery and restoration planning efforts, Endangered Species Act consultations, and NEPA/CEQA environmental assessments.
Paul has authored and coauthored published papers and technical reports on a variety of topics including the application of eDNA techniques to monitor the distribution of rare species, examination of long-term seasonal trends in zooplankton abundance, and predation of Chinook Salmon in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta. He also has given multiple professional presentations and coordinated and moderated a symposium at the American Fisheries Society’s annual national conference.
Paul earned a Master of Science degree in Fisheries and a Bachelor of Science degree in Fisheries and Limnology, and Biology, all from the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point. He is also a member of the American Fisheries Society.