Lacey Jeroue joined WEST in 2015 as a biometrician. She holds a BS from the University of Washington in Natural Resource management and a MS from Oregon State University in Sustainable Forest Management with a minor in Statistics. Lacey has five years of experience in the field performing ecological studies with private, non-profit, City, County, State, Federal, and Tribal agencies. She has technical experience in forestry, fisheries, and ecological restoration related field studies.
At WEST, Lacey has been involved with the design and analysis of utility-scale solar facility post-construction fatality monitoring. She performs bat acoustic activity, avian/bat use, collision related fatality, and Evidence of Absence analyses for pre- and post-constructed wind facilities, as well as Resource Equivalency Analyses for the Take of important wildlife species. Lacey is capable of a variety of analytical methods including bootstrapping, simulations, parallel processing, modeling (multiple, mixed-effect, non-linear, logistic), distance sampling and survival analysis, particularly as they relate to ecological studies.