Dennis Dauble retired in 2008 from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, Washington after a 35-year career as a fisheries scientist and manager. He has a PhD in Fisheries from Oregon State University.
Dennis has served on science panels for Grant County Public Utility District, State of California and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for issues relating to Pacific salmon. He is currently an adjunct professor at the Washington State University, Tri-City branch campus in Richland, WA where he teaches courses on Fish Ecology and the Biology and Management of Fishes.
Dennis speaks widely to museums, public libraries, civic and sportsman groups on such topics as the history of fish and fishing in the Columbia Basin, ecology of fish-eating birds, water management conflict and fly-fishing Blue Mountain streams.
Dennis is a member of the Northwest Outdoor Writers Association (NOWA) and regularly contributes articles to newspapers and regional fishing magazines.
His first book, “Fishes of the Columbia Basin,” received an award of excellence from NOWA.
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