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Matthew L. Albert (M.S.)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Movements, site fidelity, and activity of northern pike in Minto Lake, Alaska

 

 

 

Brittany J. Blain (M.S.)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Effectiveness of deepwater release devices in reducing mortality of demersal rockfish due to angling-induced barotrauma

 

 

 

Jesse M. Coleman
(M.S.)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Quantity and quality of freshwater rearing habitat in relation to juvenile Pacific salmon abundance in the Kulukak River, Alaska.

 

 

 

Kay A. Larson-Blair (M.S.)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Effects of climate variability on the spawner-recruit relationship of Kuskokwim River Chinook salmon

 

 

 

Jamie M. McKellar
(M.S.)

University of Alaska Fairbanks (co-advised with Katrin Iken)

Growth, survival, and recruitment of Pacific razor clams in Cook Inlet, Alaska

 

 

 

Heather L. Scannell
(M.S.

University of Alaska Fairbanks (co-advised with Joe Margraf)

Vertical movement patterns and habitat use of burbot in Tanada and Copper Lakes, Alaska

 

 

 

Nicholas J. Smith
(M.S.)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Winter movement patterns and habitat use of Kotzebue region inconnu

 

 

 

Jason T. Stolarski
(Ph.D.)

University of Alaska Fairbanks (co-advised with Anupma Prakash)

Dolly Varden energetics: temporal trends, environmental correlates, and bioelectrical impedance modeling

 

 

 

Shem D. Unger
(Ph.D.)

Purdue University (co-advised with Rod Williams)

Food habits, life history, and genetics of eastern hellbenders in the Blue River, Indiana

 

 

 

Stacy L. Vega

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Timing of ocean entry and growth of juvenile chum salmon in the eastern Chukchi Sea

 

 

 

Brian M. Walker
(M.S.)

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Comparison of growth variability in juvenile Chinook salmon using scale and otolith increment patterns

 


Completed Students

Current Employer

Angela C. Benson
Purdue University
(M.S. – August 2004)

Fisheries Research Biologist
Indiana Department of Natural Resources
Tri-Lakes Fisheries Station
Columbia City, Indiana

 

 

Nicholas G. Burgmeier Purdue University
(M.S. – August 2010)

Wildlife Research Technician
Purdue University
Department of Forestry and Natural Resources
West Lafayette, Indiana

 

 

David C. Caroffino
University of Alaska Fairbanks
(Ph.D. – August 2009)

Tribal Consent Decree Biologist
Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Charlevoix Research Station
Charlevoix, Michigan

 

 

William K. Carter
University of Alaska Fairbanks
(M.S. – August 2009)

Fisheries Biologist
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Fairbanks Fisheries Resources Office
Fairbanks, Alaska

 

 

Daniel J. Daugherty
Purdue University
(M.S. – December 2003)
(Ph.D. – December 2006)

Fisheries Research Biologist
Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Heart of the Hills Fisheries Science Center
Ingram, Texas

 

 

Aaron W. Dupuis
University of Alaska Fairbanks
(M.S. – August 2010)

Fisheries Biologist
Tanana Chiefs Conference
Fairbanks, Alaska

 

 

Lorena E. Edenfield
University of Alaska Fairbanks
(M.S. – August 2009)

Fisheries Research Technician
University of Alaska
School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
Fairbanks, Alaska

 

 

Emmanuel A. Frimpong
Purdue University
(Ph.D. – August 2005)

Assistant Professor
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
Blacksburg, Virginia

 

 

Peter J. Hrodey
Purdue University
(M.S. – December 2005)

Fish Biologist
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Marquette Biological Station
Marquette, Michigan

 

 

Anthony J. Kennedy
Purdue University
(M.S. – December 2005)

Fisheries Specialist
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Bemidji, Minnesota

 

 

Kelly A. Mansfield
University of Alaska Fairbanks
(M.S. – August 2010)

Fishery Biologist I
Alaska Department of Fish and Game
Sport Fish Division
Fairbanks Alaska

 

 

Andrew M. Muir
Purdue University
(Ph.D. – December 2008)

Postdoctoral Researcher
Great Lakes Fishery Commission
Ann Arbor, Michigan

 

 

Kevin L. Pangle
Purdue University
(M.S. – August 2003)

Postdoctoral Researcher
The Ohio State University, Aquatic Ecology Laboratory
Columbus, Ohio

 

 

Holly K. Patrick
Purdue University
(M.S. – August 2007)

Fisheries Biologist
U.S. Geological Survey
Great Lakes Science Center
Ann Arbor, Michigan

 

 

David M. Runfola
University of Alaska Fairbanks
(M.S. – August 2011)

Subsistence Resource Specialist II
Alaska Department of Fish and Game
Subsistence Fish Division
Fairbanks, Alaska

 

 

Anna M. Varian
Purdue University
(M.S. – August 2008)

Fisheries Research Technician
Northern Michigan University
Biology Department
Marquette, Michigan

 

 

Christine L. Woll
University of Alaska Fairbanks
(M.S. – May 2012)

Spatial Ecologist/Conservation Planner
The Nature Conservatory
Juneau, Alaska

 

 

Rebecca A. Zeiber
Purdue University
(M.S. – May 2007)

Science Writer
New Hampshire Sea Grant College Program
Durham, New Hampshire