Sarah Pautzke

  • Scientist
  • Lynker

Sarah Pautzke is a marine biologist at Lynker currently supporting NOAA Fisheries Pacific Islands and Alaska Regional Offices. She is also involved in additional Lynker consulting projects for various clients. After working at Intel Corporation for several years, she went to graduate school at University of Massachusetts Amherst where she received a Masters of Science in marine ecology for her research tagging and tracking striped bass. Sarah has worked in the government and private sectors over the last 14 years in the fields of fisheries management, coastal and marine spatial (ocean) planning, and endangered species analyses. Her expertise is in the principles of management planning and decision-making processes regarding the use, conservation, and protection of coastal and marine resources.


  • The Environmental Permitting Process

    Lynker’s Sarah Pautzke and Zach Hughes, Salus Resources Inc. are joined by Theresa Stevens, US Army Corps of Engineers to assist in taking the mystery out of the Environmental Permitting Process. Stevens’ presentation — USACE Regulatory 101, Nuts and Bolts — will be a great road map through the Corps’ regulatory permit process, provide relevant […]