Abe has a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Resources Engineering from Humboldt State University. At cbec, Abe performs a combination of field work and desk-based analyses to characterize hydrology, hydraulics, geomorphology and sediment transport processes of California streams and rivers. Prior to joining cbec, Abe served as a Hydrologic Technician for two summers in Idaho’s Payette National Forest where he supported U. S. Forest Service watershed restoration, timber harvest, and fisheries habitat improvement efforts. Abe also worked in a volunteer capacity for the Albuquerque Wildlife Federation on implementing riparian restoration projects in New Mexico over a five year period. Abe’s software experience includes HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, Bentley StormCAD, and ArcMap. His field expertise includes topographic surveying, flow monitoring, unpaved road condition assessments, culvert assessments, geomorphic assessments, sediment sampling and small-scale riparian restoration project implementation (e.g., rock structure installation, native vegetation harvesting and transplanting, etc.).