you for visiting our lab! We are located on the Juneau campus of the University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences.
Our research focuses on ecological questions that are relevant to fishery
management and conservation, from the biology and ecology
of fishes to human dimensions in fisheries.
Prospective students should contact me about
opportunities in my lab, which is located at the Juneau fisheries campus. Please
send a CV, unofficial transcript, and a letter of interest.
|Karson Coutre published her Master's research on use of pulsed resource subsidies by juvenile sablefish. Full text available here. Did you know that they eat carcasses of spawning salmon?
Congratulations to Cheryl Barnes, who recently published her Master's research on California halibut in CalCOFI: Barnes et al. 2015
Amanda Gile, an undergraduate at University of Alaska Southeast, and Georgina Hunt, a Master's student at the University of York, have been working with us this summer on a collaborative project with recreational fishers on the feeding ecology of halibut and arrowtooth flounder.