Allen Haden

last updated 6/19/2018

Allen Haden

Aquatic Ecologist at Natural Channel Design Inc

Location:
2900 N. West St. Ste 5, Flagstaff, Arizona, United States
HQ Phone:
(928) 774-2336

General Information

Education

B. S. - Forestry and Wildlife , Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Affiliations

Board Member - Friends of the Rio

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Contact | Natural Channel Design, Inc.

Allen Haden, Aquatic Ecologist

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Allen is an aquatic ecologist and a principal in Natural Channel Design, Inc. Allen has broad experience in stream systems and aquatic habitats of the arid southwest. He has been involved in research and management of human impacts on river ecosystems in the southwest for over 18 years. He has a broad understanding of the field of aquatic ecology and its applications to management of ecosystems which house threatened and endangered species. He has expertise in sampling and statistical techniques for monitoring biological and physical aspects of riparian/aquatic/wetland habitats, as well as an understanding of life history requirements and threats to southwestern native species. His major interest is the interaction of habitat changes and nonnative species on native aquatic insects and fish. He has extensive experience with habitat enhancement projects. He has authored and coauthored several refereed manuscripts on effects of nonnative species and links between habitat quality and ecology of aquatic communities. He received a B.S. in Forestry and Wildlife from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, VA, a M.S. in Biology from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Allen has completed Levels I - IV river short courses in the inventory, classification, assessment, and design of natural channels from David Rosgen at Wildland Hydrology with special emphasis on sediment transport and channel stability.

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Staff | Natural Channel Design, Inc.

Allen Haden +
Allen is an aquatic ecologist and a principal in Natural Channel Design, Inc. Allen has broad experience in stream systems and aquatic habitats of the arid southwest. He has been involved in research and management of human impacts on river ecosystems in the southwest for over 18 years. He has a broad understanding of the field of aquatic ecology and its applications to management of ecosystems which house threatened and endangered species. He has expertise in sampling and statistical techniques for monitoring biological and physical aspects of riparian/aquatic/wetland habitats, as well as an understanding of life history requirements and threats to southwestern native species. His major interest is the interaction of habitat changes and nonnative species on native aquatic insects and fish. He has extensive experience with habitat enhancement projects. He has authored and coauthored several refereed manuscripts on effects of nonnative species and links between habitat quality and ecology of aquatic communities. He received a B.S. in Forestry and Wildlife from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, VA, a M.S. in Biology from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Allen has completed Levels I - IV river short courses in the inventory, classification, assessment, and design of natural channels from David Rosgen at Wildland Hydrology with special emphasis on sediment transport and channel stability.

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