Welcome to Inland Ecosystems
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Dr. Glenn S. Merron, President of Inland Ecosystems, has over 25 years of experience managing research and restoration programs for government, NGO and private sector clients. His major international projects have included comprehensive natural resource management plans for the Okavango Delta in Botswana, and the Phongolo Floodplain in South Africa. Dr. Merron is a former habitat specialist with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and more recently Director of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Fisheries program in Nevada where he was responsible for the management and implementation of fisheries restoration efforts for the federally listed Lahontan cutthroat trout and cui-ui fish. Dr. Merron formed Inland Ecosystems in 2003 and currently serves as project manager for several aquatic resource projects including the Truckee Donner Public Utility District's Donner Lake Water System Improvement Project, El Dorado Irrigation District's Reservoir 12 Water Storage Project, Del Oro Water Company's Lake Oroville Regional Intertie Project, and the Mount Hermon Association Zayante Creek Seasonal Dam Improvement Project.
Dr. Merron has a solid background in agency consultation and coordination at the local, state and federal levels, including extensive public participation facilitation on environmental issues. Dr. Merron and his team at Inland Ecosystems are well versed in environmental permitting procedures, natural resource planning, habitat assessments, watershed planning and the application of federal and state resource management regulations and policy. Dr. Merron has authored over 100 peer-reviewed published scientific papers, articles, reports, and reviews (See the link below).
Download a free copy of "Ra Ditapia" Stories of the Okavango Swamps recently completed by Glenn Merron - Detailing his 10 years in the Okavango Swamps of Botswana.
View a Documentary Video of Glen's research on the Phongola Floodplain in South Africa. Please be patient this is a large File.
Contact: Dr. Glenn Merron, President