Zachary J. Siemsen
Education and/or Training
B.S. 2018, Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, Colorado: Environmental Science, Watershed Science minor
Projects and/or Research Interests
Zachary is a coastal geologist with the State of Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Coastal Hazards Program assisting in monitoring coastal shoreline change, flooding, and associated natural hazards studies that impact communities and infrastructure in Alaska. Zachary has conducted extensive investigations within natural resources, environmental science, geology, and ecology throughout Alaska for public and private sector organizations.
- Luby, C., Siemsen, Z., and Lenamond, L., 2020, Long-term ecological monitoring final report for United States Air Force Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska: Colorado State University Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, AK.
- Schmalz, T., Siemsen, Z., and Nieslanik, S., 2018, Restoration plan to improve habitat and reduce noxious weeds in the Colorado River Wildlife Area (CRWA): Bureau of Reclamation, Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, CO.
- Siemsen, Z., 2018, The effects of CMU vermicompost amendments on improving the quality of agriculture soil: Structured Research, Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, CO.