Columbia River Fisheries Program Office
Pacific Region

Christina Wang

Christina Wang joined the Columbia River Fisheries Program Office in the fall of 2003. She is currently a Fishery Biologist working on conservation planning and initiatives for listed or imperiled aquatic trust species. Previously, Christina was the program leader for the non-salmonid program. Her focus with this program was the biology and conservation of Pacific and western brook lamprey as well as western pearlshell mussels.

Christina received a B.A. from Drake University and an M.S. in Marine Biology from California State University Long Beach where she did research on the effectiveness of marine reserves in enhancing recruitment of kelp bass. Christina has worked at the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium in San Pedro, California in the aquaculture laboratory and at the Friends of the Sea Lion Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach, California as an animal rehabilitator.

In her free time Christina enjoys the outdoors, traveling, and teaching part-time at Portland Community College.

To contact Christina, please call 360.604.2583 or email

Last updated: January 7, 2014
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