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Field Biologist/GIS Technician
Matthew Fogarty is a versatile biologist who specializes in field surveys, permit compliance, biological monitoring and GIS services. In June, 2018 he received a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science with a concentration in Ecology and minor in Biology from Santa Clara University.
Since joining Sequoia, Mr. Fogarty has conducted nesting bird and amphibian surveys and ensured biological compliance on a variety of multidisciplinary projects. He has demonstrated experience in map production and contributes to several of Sequoia’s Geographic Information System (GIS) requests. He has produced maps for a variety of documents including revegetation plans, biological resource assessments, and vegetation maintenance plans, among others.
Prior to joining Sequoia, Mr. Fogarty worked as a conservation technician for the Stanford University Conservation program. There, he participated in ongoing mark-recapture studies of both California red-legged frogs and California tiger salamanders (USFWS Incidental Take Permit TE182817-0, CADFW consistency determination 2080-2016-001-03). He has also participated in several biological surveys which include, but are not limited to, visual encounter surveys for Burrowing owls, Central Coast Steelhead and Intergrade garter snakes.