Environmental Science and Ecology Students and Faculty Presented Their Research
Undergraduate and graduate students, and faculty from the Department of Environmental Science and Ecology presented their research at the New York Chapter of the American Fisheries meeting.
Undergraduate students, Lillian Denecke and Cameron Snell, graduate students, Kylee Wilson and Aaron Heisey, and faculty, Dr. Matthew Altenritter and Dr. Jacques Rinchard, presented their research work at the New York Chapter of the American Fisheries Society meeting held in Lake Placid on Feb. 5-7, 2020.
Lillian Denecke (undergraduate student) — Interaction between dietary thiamine and lipid on juvenile steelhead trout. Advised by Jacques Rinchard.
Cameron Snell (undergraduate student) — Fate of microplastics in coho salmon and round goby. Advised by Jacques Rinchard.
Kylee Wilson (graduate student) — Movement and life history diversity of Lake Ontario yellow perch. Advised by Matthew Altenritter.
Aaron Heisey (graduate student) — Lake-wide comparison of Chinook salmon condition after pen-rearing in Lake Ontario. Advised by Jacques Rinchard.
Dr. Matthew Altenritter — New laboratory introduction: movement variability and ecological resilience (MOVER)
Dr. Jacques Rinchard — Change in gill Na+/K+ ATPase activity in Chinook salmon juveniles.
posted by jrinchar [2020-02-11]
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