Drew Stang is an environmental scientist with 3 years of experience in limnology, water quality, and underwater acoustics. His career in freshwater science started with the Environmental Dynamics Lab at the University of California, Davis, where he was involved in numerous studies related to the physical processes and ecology of regional lakes, reservoirs, and estuaries. Drew focused his thesis research on assessing the impacts of stratification and hypoxia on fish habitat using a series of deployed instruments and a scientific echosounder. He has developed a diverse background in water quality monitoring, active acoustics, lake and reservoir mixing, lake management, hydraulic modeling, and bathymetric surveying. Drew has a passion for incorporating innovative analyses and data acquisition techniques in his projects to generate efficient technical solutions.
Drew received his Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering with a concentration in Water Resources from the University of California, Davis, and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Seattle Pacific University. He lives with his wife in Seattle and can often be found fishing, camping, or paddleboarding with family and friends.