Associate Environmental Scientist
Klamath Basin Monitoring Program Coordinator
Clean Water Program
Randy Turner received his B.S. degree in Biology (Marine) from Humboldt State University and a Masters in Environmental Science and Management (Water Resources Management) at UC Santa Barbara's Bren School. Randy has worked on numerous fisheries and water quality monitoring projects in Northern California and has served on the Board of Directors for the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District and the Redwood Coast Energy Authority. Randy is the Coordinator of the Klamath Basin Monitoring Program, whose goal is to help stakeholders implement, coordinate, and collaborate on water quality monitoring and research throughout the Klamath Basin. The KBMP provides guidance and technical support for monitoring activities, and promotes the sharing of high quality data to inform resource management within the basin. Randy is also the Principle Investigator for CyanoHAB projects at SFEI.