B.Sc, P.Biol., R.P.Bio.
Title: Senior Aquatic Biologist
Office: Calgary, Alberta
Greg Eisler has worked as a fisheries biologist in a variety of sectors over the past 16 years. The experience Greg has gained while working in both the non-profit conservation sector and with provincial and federal agencies and other environmental consulting firms has afforded him a unique perspective on managing and protecting western Canada’s freshwater fisheries. He has also gained valuable experience in study design, data collection, and management of multiple deliverables.
As an aquatic consultant, Greg has designed and delivered innovative fish inventory, assessment, mitigation, enhancement and offsetting programs for various stakeholders across western Canada, and has liaised with provincial and federal regulatory agencies such as National Energy Board Fisheries and Oceans Canada, and Transport Canada. While the majority of his professional experience results from his work involving linear development projects, Greg is also adept at designing, managing, and implementing large fisheries management projects. Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Alberta Transportation, private industry, the Cumulative Environment Management Association, Trout Unlimited Canada, and Alberta Environment and Parks are some of the government agencies that Greg has worked with and supported during his extensive career.
In addition, Greg is experienced directing various field methods for fisheries assessment and fish habitat enhancement projects, ranging from passive capture methods to active trapping and sampling strategies. His practical experience dates back to 2001, and includes fish habitat protection, enhancement and restoration initiatives, and extensive water quatlity and quantity data collection and monitoring. Greg is also part of Hemmera’s project team for the Bioengineering Demonstration and Education Project being conducted on behalf of Alberta Environment and Park’s FISHES Program in the Bow River.