American Fisheries Society hears from the AEL

September 17, 2018
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PhD students Cory Becher, Rebecca Dillon, and David Dippold presented their research at the Annual American Fisheries Society Conference in Atlantic City, NJ from August 19-23, 2018. The theme of the conference was "communicating the science of fisheries conservation to diverse audiences." The titles of their presentations are as follows:

Cory Becher: Otolith microchemistry as a tool to understand contributions of stocked fish in reservoir populations: a case study with Channel Catfish

Rebecca Dillon: Hypoxia alters spatial overlap of primary and secondary consumers in the pelagic food web of reservoirs

David Dippold: Environmental drivers of Lake Erie walleye harvest