Mr. Oborny specializes in aquatic ecology, threatened and endangered species, water quality, biological modeling, and instream-flow issues and concepts. He has 23 years of professional project experience, and is familiar with all levels of project management and complex study design. Mr. Oborny possesses technical expertise in fisheries biology, instream and environmental flow, water quality, ichthyology, aquatic ecology, and modeling. He has prepared Environmental Impact Statements and other environmental documents and participated in freshwater and coastal monitoring programs, water-quality investigations, instream-flow analyses, radio-telemetry studies, and numerous other fishery- and water-related projects. Mr. Oborny has also managed several large ecological- and water-resource projects. He received an MS in wildlife and fisheries sciences from Texas A&M University and a BS in wildlife biology from Eastern New Mexico University.
Skills & Qualifications
Freshwater and coastal monitoring
Two-dimensional hydraulic modeling
Instream-flow habitat modeling (PHABSIM, MesoHABSIM, and HSI)