Western Region

About the Team

Western Region Team members represent the diversity of programs within the region, provide expertise and connections to address regional challenges, exchange insights from both headquarters and field perspectives, and improve the understanding of NOAA’s broad mission and regional capabilities. To learn more about the team’s work, review the NOAA Western Region Collaboration Team FY15 Annual Report.

The team is co-managed by two Team Leads: one located in the coastal sub-region and one located in the intermountain sub-region. This dual leadership works well given the sheer geographic expanse and ecological complexity of the region. The Team Leads work together to make sure intermountain and coastal issues are considered and balanced in the context of the entire region, and that team members are collectively working together to achieve team success.

 

To learn more about the office and labs represented by Western Regional Collaboration Team Members, visit the links associated with their home offices provided below.

Regional Team Lead:
Dr. John Stein, Science and Research Director
National Marines Fisheries Service,
Northwest Fisheries Science Center

Regional Team Co-Lead:
Michelle Stokes, Hydrologist in Charge,
National Weather Service,
Colorado Basin River Forecast Center


Regional Coordinator:
Timi Vann (On rotation)
National Weather Service

 


Acting Regional Coordinator:
Ruth Howell
National Marine Fisheries
Service

 

 

NOAA Regional Team Members:

 

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