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Donald Arthur (Jeffrey Falke)

M.S. Fisheries
Iris Cato Harritt (Roger Ruess, Diana Wolf)

M.S. Biological Sciences
Taylor Cubbage (Jeffrey Falke)

214 Irving 2
M.S. Fisheries
Invasive species ecology and physiology; Quantifying pike physiological capabilities to inform barrier designs in invaded systems.
Olivia Edwards (Jeffrey Falke)

213 Irving 1
M.S. Fisheries
Elizabeth Hinkle (Jeffrey Falke)

214A Irving 1
Ph.D. Fisheries
My research focuses on how freshwater systems respond to wildfire. Specifically, I study how habitat, stream communities, and fish behavior change in response to fire.
Genevieve Johnson (J. Andrés López)

M.S. Fisheries
Philip Joy (Mark Wipfli)

Ph.D. Fisheries
I am investigating how marine-derived nutrients from spawning salmon affects the growth and productivity of juvenile coho and Chinook salmon rearing in freshwater environments.
Christopher Latty (Tuula Hollmen)

Ph.D. Fisheries
Jason Leppi (Mark Wipfli, Daniel Rinella)

Ph.D. Fisheries
Investigating the movement, habitat selection and foraging ecology of Broad Whitefish (Coregonus nasus) in Colville Watershed, Alaska
Benjamin Meyer (Mark Wipfli)

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M.S. Fisheries
My work focuses on exploring potential effects of climate change on juvenile salmon habitat. For my Masters project I am exploring how temporal and spatial trends in water temperature and diet relate to growth trends in juvenile Coho and Chinook salmon in the Kenai River watershed.
Christopher Sergeant (Jeffrey Falke)
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Ph.D. Fisheries
For my graduate research, I hope to explore the consequences of increasing human pressures on the freshwater ecosystems of southeastern Alaska and use spatially explicit modeling to describe current and future risks to fish populations.
Elyssa Watford (Mark Lindberg)

208 Irving 1
Ph.D. Biological Sciences
Physiology of Pacific Common Eiders breeding along the Beaufort Sea coast of Alaska. Specifically focused on energetics in relation to nest microclimate and climate change.

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