Freshwater ecology and fisheries management


We combine field research, experimental approaches, and quantitative modeling to understand how anthropogenic stressors influence freshwater fisheries, and develop new approaches to help important fisheries deal with a changing world.
Photo: Rachel Benedict, WDNR.

Latest News

Postdoc Opportunity
Postdoc Opportunity

We are currently seeking a postdoc to join a project to understand fish-plant relationships in lakes.

Phenology in the news
Phenology in the news

Our new paper in Limnology and Oceanography Letters has generated some news coverage.

New paper on phenology in L&O Letters
New paper on phenology in L&O Letters

Check out our new paper in Limnology and Oceanography Letters examining the implications of increasingly extreme phenology on walleye recruitment.

Introducing the Incredible HALK (Hierarchical Age Length Key)
Introducing the Incredible HALK (Hierarchical Age Length Key)

Check out our new paper in Fisheries introducing a hierarchical method for age assignment for fisheries data.