Eric Doyle is a senior associate fisheries biologist and interdisciplinary environmental specialist with 13 years of experience in the environmental consulting field. He is a professionally registered biologist with expertise in the biology and ecology of Pacific salmon and other freshwater and marine species in the Pacific Northwest. His expertise includes the development of watershed assessments and prioritization tools to support regional salmon recovery plan development. He is an expert in environmental impact assessment in a variety of regulatory contexts and is well versed in the science and application of aquatic habitat restoration techniques. Mr. Doyle has expertise in marine ecology and fisheries management issues, including the influence of climate variability and climate change on marine ecosystems. He has effectively represented the interests of a diversity of clients, including private entities and all levels of government.