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Mandi Gordon

Mandi is outside and is smiling into the camera. She is amused by the gray tree frog sitting on the bill of her khaki-colored cap. The background is filled with bright green plants and dark brown tree trunks.

Contact number: 281-283-3794
Office: N108

Mandi Gordon is a senior biologist for the Environmental Institute of Houston (EIH) at University of Houston-Clear Lake. She obtained her M.S. in biology from Georgia Southern University and her B.S. in marine biology from Texas A&M University at Galveston. Mandi manages EIH’s state-wide monitoring projects, including the EPA’s National Aquatic Resource Surveys. She also coordinates many of EIH’s wildlife studies, especially those focused on turtle population and habitat assessments. Mandi has been involved with EIH’s long-term monitoring project on Texas diamond-backed terrapin since 2011, is a co-PI for two studies focused on western chicken turtles and alligator snapping turtles in east Texas, and has worked closely with other agencies on projects assessing juvenile sea turtle populations along the Texas coast.

Amanda (Mandi) Gordon (Curriculum Vitae)