California Department of Fish and Wildlife

David German

Bio in Brief

David is a Research Analyst with CDFW. He has worked for the Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Recovery Program for the last 16 years. Prior to working for CDFW, he worked as an engineer with National Steel and Shipbuilding in San Diego. Previous to that, David was the proverbial "rocket scientist" working on the Space Shuttle Main Engine for 10 years with Rocketdyne Division of Boeing. David is also an associate professor with the Cerro Coso Community College and University of Phoenix, teaching online classes in business and database design. He received a B.E. in Chemical Engineering from Stevens Institue of Technology, an M.B.A. in Management from California Lutheran University, a Masters of Applied Statistics from Colorado State University, and an M.S. in Computer Science from University of Phoenix.

Database Development Projects

  • Rocket Engine Performance Data Analysis Database
  • Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep Demographic / GIS Database
  • Round Valley Deer Demographic / GIS Database
  • CDFW Lands Program Tracking, Monitoring, Surveying Database
  • Productivity Enhancement Lessons Learned Database
  • Eastern Sierra Watershed Project Database
  • Legal Licensing Agreement Database
  • Chemical Tracking Database for Hazmat / MSDS Materials
  • Water Flow / Monitoring Database
  • Water Quality Database with upload interface to EPA STORET
  • Medical Records Database