Miguel Martinez is a Data Analyst with 10 years of experience, five years specific to fisheries-related work in the Pacific Northwest, in particular in the mid-Columbia River Basin.
Mr. Martinez is a lead in technology research and project solutions for data transfer and telemetry technologies. He has overseen maintenance, operation, and data collection of extensive PIT arrays to monitor adult lamprey movement at hydroelectric projects, as well as field data collection for telemetry studies. As supervisor of technicians and QA/QC, Mr. Martinez managed processing for acoustic telemetry and DIDSON evaluations. Mr. Martinez's is also adept at field data collection including presence/absence surveys and fish salvage.
Mr. Martinez also specializes in network and server, desktop and mobile support, database management, and programming. He is adept with the use of various software tools such as SQL, WebFocus and Python.
Mr. Martinez completed a BA in Philosophy from Trinity University
in 1999 and a JD with a focus in Administrative and Environmental
Law from American University, Washington College of Law in 2004. In
addition, Mr. Martinez holds a number of IT and technical