Iris Kemp will be presenting her MS Thesis entitled “Pelagic resource use by Puget Sound fishes.”
Her chair is David Beauchamp.
Date: Tuesday, July 16
Place: Fishery Science (FSH) 203
All are welcome.
Could recent declines in Puget Sound herring be linked to decreases in native eelgrass? Biologist Tessa Francis reports on a new study that may provide insight into the health of one of the region’s most iconic forage fish.
Marine Brieuc is defending her thesis entitled, “An evaluation of the role of adaptation in salmon evolution using genome based approaches.”
Her chair is Kerry Naish.
Date: Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Time: 2:00 PM
Place: Fishery Sciences (FISH) 203
All are welcome to attend.
Jamie Thompson will be defending his MS thesis today at 1:00pm in FISH 314. Please note the room change.
The thesis topic is “Size selective mortality and growth of steelhead in the Skagit River.”
Ecological response and physical stability of habitat enhancements along an urban armored shoreline
Jason D. Tofta, Corresponding author contact information, E-mail the corresponding author,
Andrea S. Ogstonb,
Sarah M. Heerhartza,
Jeffery R. Cordella,
Emilie E. Flemerb
Shoreline enhancements seek to restore upon armored conditions.
In our study the two enhancements were a habitat bench and pocket beach.
Juvenile Chinook salmon and larval fishes used the habitat bench and pocket beach.
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) seeks to hire 3-4 qualified field technicians for the summer of 2013 to assist with data collection on juvenile salmonid distribution and habitat use in the Chehalis River basin. This is an exciting opportunity to gain critical skills in conducting field research in fish biology. Technicians will assist in all aspects of data collection including, but not limited to, snorkel and habitat surveys, PIT tagging juvenile fish, installing and maintaining PIT tag antennae’s, seining, electrofishing, and other associated data collection techniques.Read more
This quarter students in FISH310: Biology of Shellfishes all made short videos on a marine invertebrate. They did an excellent job making short fun videos packed full of fun facts. Below are just a few, but you can peruse them all either by viewing this playlist on Youtube or pick and choose from this webpage.
Aaron Galloway is presenting his PhD entitled, “Essential Fatty Acid Subsidies From Nearshore Autotrophs to Subtidal Benthic Communities”
His chair is Ken Sebens.
Date: Monday, May 13, 2013
Time: 1:00 PM
Place: Fishery Sciences (FSH) 203
All are welcome to attend.
Bringing Art To Narwhal Research In The Arctic, from EarthFix and KUOW–a piece on Assistant Professor Kristin Laidre and expeditionary artist Maria Coryell-Martin and their scientific and artistic documentation of narwhals in the arctic.Read more
Dr. Kate Brauman will present “Ecohydrology in a Changing World” on Tuesday April 2, at 4:00 in Anderson 223.
Dr. Brauman is a candidate for a cross-cutting Freshwater Initiative faculty search. Her research focuses on the interactions among land management, water resources, and human well-being. You can read more about her at: http://gli.environment.umn.edu/about/team/kate-brauman/