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Her research questions are focused at the intersection areas that advance our ecological knowledge and increase our understanding around conservation and management issues in aquatic systems. Currently her research lab addresses questions that span a range of questions from genes to ecosystems primarily focused on understanding the drivers of aquatic populations and communities.

Two examples include 1 examining how humans are shifting drivers of population and community dynamics through landscape changes and alteration to disturbance regimes and 2 working to improve our understanding of the ecological and evolutionary tradeoffs in cutthroat hybridization versus isolation management approaches.

Ecology, Duke University M. Limnology and Oceanography, University of Wisconsin B. Zoology, University of Wisconsin The areas treated include morphological, physiological, and behavioral adaptations of fishes to their aquatic environments, as well as aspects of population, community, and applied ecology.

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We will be discussing both freshwater and marine fishes with an emphasis placed on freshwater fishes native to Montana. Advanced Fisheries WILD3 cr : This course introduces some of the fundamental principles of inland fisheries ecology and management.

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Through a case study approach I hope that you begin to understand 1 the quantitative nature of fish population assessment, 2 the complexity of ecological interactions linking fish to other components of aquatic communities and ecosystems, and 3 the challenge of balancing multiple human values in managing fisheries resources. Elements of Ecological Restoration NRSM3 cr, co-teach : Overview of the natural and social science elements of ecological restoration, including the ecological foundations of restoration, practices used to restore terrestrial and aquatic habitats, philosophical and ethical challenges involved, and current initiatives in Montana and the United States.

Includes Saturday field trips. The goal is to provide the student with hands-on experience as varied as possible, subject to seasonal opportunities.

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The student must 1 work hours, 2 meet with me periodically throughout the semester to discuss their activities and progress, and 3 submit a review paper regarding a fisheries issue they encountered during their internship. Research De WILD3 cr : In this graduate class we review scientific methods, critically thinking about questions posed in research, and the approach taken to collect data to answer them.

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Specifically we explore issues of scientific inference, examine classic experimental and survey de, and investigate quasi-experiments. Within this class the students review literature in their field, practice deing experiments and surveys, as well as analyzing data. Aquatic Ecology Seminar WILD1 cr : Review and synthesis of the scientific literature current issues and analyses in aquatic ecology.

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We assume a general understanding of fish biology, aquatic ecology, as well as a background in population, community and ecosystem ecological concepts. Student Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Colvin, S. Fisheries44 2 Landers, J. Metal contamination and food web changes alter exposure to upper trophic levels in upper Blackfoot River basin streams, Montana. Hydrobiologia1 Carim, K. Life history, population viability, and the potential for local adaptation in isolated trout populations.

Global ecology and conservation10 Deacy, W. Leacock, L. Eby, and J. A time-lapse photography method for monitoring salmon Oncorhynchus spp. PeerJ, 4, e Eby, C. Barfoot, M Boyer. Consistent loss of genetic diversity in isolated cutthroat trout populations independent of habitat size and quality Conservation Genetics Abigail J. Lynch, Bonnie J.

Myers, Cindy Chu, Lisa A. Eby, Jeffrey A. Falke, Ryan P. Kovach, Trevor J. Krabbenhoft, Thomas J. Kwak, John Lyons, Craig P. Paukert, and James E. Climate change effects on North American inland fish populations and assemblages. Fisheries McCaffery, M. Beaver activity increases aquatic subsidies to terrestrial consumers. Freshwater Biology — Hutto, R. Keane, R. Sherriff, C. Rota, L. Eby, and V. Toward a more ecologically informed view of severe forest fires. Ecosphere 7 2 :e Murphy, D. Malison, R. Juvenile salmonid growth, survival, and production in a large river floodplain modified by beavers Castor canadensis.

Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences doi: Eby, L. Pierce, M. Sparks, K. Carim, and C. Multi-scale prediction of whirling disease risk in the Blackfoot River Basin Montana: A useful consideration for restoration prioritization? Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 4 Eby, and R. Does whirling disease mediate hybridization between native and nonnative trout?

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North American Journal of Fisheries Management PloS one9 6e Holsinger, L. Relative effects of climate change and wildfires on stream temperatures: a simulation modeling approach in a Rocky Mountain watershed. Climatic Change McCaffery, R. Eby, B. Maxell, and P. Breeding site heterogeneity reduces frog recruitment and population dynamics. Biological Conservation. LeMoine, M. Young, K. McKelvey, L. Eby, K. Pilgraim, and M. Stafford, C. McPhee, L. Eby, and F. Introduced lake trout exhibit life history and morphological divergence with depth. Corsi, M. Hybridization with rainbow trout alters life history traits of native westslope cutthroat trout.

Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Nyce, L. Clancy, S. Painter, R. Kovach, R. Eby, M. Hybridization between Yellowstone cutthroat and rainbow trout in the upper Snake basin, WY. Mahlum, S. Young, C. Clancy, M. International Journal of Wildland Fire Hossack, L. EbyC. Guscio, and P. Thermal characteristics of amphibian microhabitats in a fire-disturbed landscape.

Forest Ecology and Management Guscio, C. EbyP. Post-breeding habitat use by adult boreal to Bufo boreas after wildlife in Glacier National Park, U. Herpetological Conservation and Biology. Switalski, L. A Eby. Effects of road decommissioning on stream habitat characteristics in the South Fork Flathead River, Montana.

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