William J. Taylor, M.S.

Aquatic Ecosystem Scientist

Bill has 27 years professional experience as an aquatic sciences consultant, covering field monitoring and scientific analysis in fisheries, water quality and hydrology in the Pacific Northwest.  He has worked extensively in assessing stream, lake, estuarine and coastal ecosystems, and collaborated with numerous state and local agencies and tribes for habitat and water quality mitigation planning and regulatory compliance.

Bill was the owner and principal in charge of his own firm of up to 20 staff for almost 25 years before joining Raedeke.  Bill’s technical role is leading the scoping and team implementation of water resources project addressing fish use, fish habitat, water quality, and stormwater disciplines.

Education

B.S., Western Washington University
M.S., University of Washington

Professional Certifications & Affiliations

American Fisheries Society
Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation
WSDOT Biological Assessment document procedures training
USFWS Instream Flow Analysis certification
WSU Low Impact Development (LID) Certificate