Sam Mosle
Sam Mosle

Sam Mosle

M.S. Teaching Assistant

Department of Natural Resource Ecology & Management

Oklahoma State University

008c Ag Hall

Stillwater, OK  74078

 

Office:  305 Noble Research Center

smosle@okstate.edu

925-548-1236 voice

405-744-3530 FAX

Research Interests:

Habitat Restoration, Natural Resource Management, Disturbance Ecology, Fish Behavior, Environmental Remediation

 

Thesis project:  Effects of turbidity on habitat use of fish under the threat of predation.

 

Education:

B.S. Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology. 2014. University of California Davis, Davis, CA.

B.S. Environmental Toxicology. 2014. University of California Davis, Davis, CA.

 

Professional Experience:

Teaching Assistant, Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management, Oklahoma State University (2017 – present).

Environmental Scientist, Ecosystem Research Group, Missoula, MT (Fall 2016).

Experimental Biological Aid, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Corvallis, OR (Summer 2016).

Scientific Aid, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Chico, CA (2015-2016).

Restoration Aid, Integrated Resource Management, Philomath, OR (Summer 2015)

Restoration Aid, Smith Flat Ranch Restoration Project, Brooks, CA (2014-2015)

Scientific Aid, UC Davis Fisheries, Davis, CA (Summer 2014)

 

 

Professional Memberships:

American Fisheries Society:

  • Oklahoma Chapter
  • Oklahoma State University Student Subunit

 

Activities & Awards:

2014 Environmental Toxicology Departmental Citation for Academic Excellence.

2014 Wildlife Biology Departmental Citation for Academic Excellence.

2014 Wildlife Biology Citation for Outstanding Performance in Research Projects.