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Outreach Activities

  1. Dan Isermann Lower Fox River/Green Bay NRDA Tech Team Meeting; update on telemetry projects (November 2017 - November 2017)
  2. Dan Isermann Door County Outdoors Radio Show; Dan Isermann introduces us to acoustic telemetry http://www.wdor.com/fishing-report/ (October 2017 - October 2017)
  3. Dan Isermann Fox River/Green Bay NRDA Trustee Council - Green Bay Fisheries Telemetry Project (October 2017 - October 2017)
  4. Craig Paukert Interviewed by local NBC affiliate on how climate change affects fish (October 2017 - October 2017)
  5. Clint Boal Brief (6minute) video focused on my golden eagle research to be used as promotional material by the Department of Natural Resources Management and College of Agriculture Sciences and Natural Resources at Texas Tech University. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOsiRVdRAB0 (September 2017 - September 2017)
  6. Mark Rogers Research update to the Chattanooga Bass Association (August 2017 - August 2017)
  7. Mark Rogers Update on Asian Carp research to biologists from Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama at their tri-state biologists meeting. (August 2017 - August 2017)
  8. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 13-17) (July 2017 - July 2017)
  9. Cyndy Loftin The Portland Press Herald (Maine Sunday Telegram), 7/23/17: Meet Brianne Du Clos, who created a tool to help wild blueberry farmers. http://www.pressherald.com/2017/07/23/meet-brianne-du-clos-created-a-tool-to-help-wild-blueberry-farmers/ http://www.pressherald.com/2017/07/23/meet-brianne-du-clos-created-a-tool-to-help-wild-blueberry-farmers/ (July 2017 - July 2017)
  10. Cyndy Loftin AP press release, 7/19/17: Scientists to unveil new tool to map bees around farms. https://apnews.com/39a1cdde41874e9b8264cf12f899b0c5/Scientists-to-unveil-new-tool-to-map-bees-around-farms http://apnews.com/39a1cdde41874e9b8264cf12f899b0c5/Scientists-to-unveil-new-tool-to-map-bees-around-farms (July 2017 - July 2017)
  11. Cyndy Loftin UMaine Press release, 7/17/17: UMaine researchers to unveil wild bee habitat assessment tool July 19. https://umaine.edu/news/blog/2017/07/17/umaine-researchers-unveil-wild-bee-habitat-assessment-tool-july-19/ http://umaine.edu/news/blog/2017/07/17/umaine-researchers-unveil-wild-bee-habitat-assessment-tool-july-19/ (July 2017 - July 2017)
  12. Tim Grabowski Dr. Grabowski is interviewed about ongoing research on invasive Peacock Grouper (roi) and efforts to control their populations. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QosZ6gy7pVk&feature=youtu.be (July 2017 - July 2017)
  13. Eric Wegleitner Central WI Trout Unlimited Meeting - Wild juvenile salmonid abundance and outmigration in the Wisconsin tributaries to Lake Michigan (July 2017 - July 2017)
  14. Dan Isermann Canary in the coal mine; high capacity wells may impact brook trout by Ben Rodgers http://www.waupacanow.com/2017/06/29/canary-in-the-coal-mine/ (June 2017 - June 2017)
  15. Clay Pierce Conducted electrofishing demonstration for Marshalltown High School STEM Camp (June 2017 - June 2017)
  16. Angela Fuller Fuller, A.K. 2017. Wildlife Ecology: How Science and Applied Math are Saving Animal Species. Conversation with a Scientist Seminar Series. Dryden High School. 30 May, 2017. (May 2017 - May 2017)
  17. Martha Mather Invited Speaker - Wildlife and Sportfish Restoration Program Field Trip. Kansas Division of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism. May 2017
    (May 2017 - May 2017)
  18. Clinton Moore Unattributed contribution. 2017. Turning uncertainty into useful information for conservation decisions. Feature article in "Cooperative Research Unit Corner", Outdoor News Bulletin, April 2017. http://wildlifemanagement.institute/outdoor-news-bulletin/april-2017/turning-uncertainty-useful-information-conservation-decisions (April 2017 - April 2017)
  19. Clay Pierce Conducted oxbow fish sampling demonstration for Boone River Watershed Project landowner field day (April 2017 - April 2017)
  20. Mark Wipfli Contributed to two newspaper articles on salmon in the Pacific Northwest. (April 2017 - April 2017)
  21. Megan La Peyre Article for LSUs RNR magazine "New Source of Blue Carbon Studied in Coastal Wetlands" http://www.rnr.lsu.edu/research/documents/2017Spring-ResearchMatters.pdf (March 2017 - March 2017)
  22. Megan La Peyre article on SAV research in RNR's magazine "Mapping Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in the Coastal Zone" http://www.rnr.lsu.edu/research/documents/2017Spring-ResearchMatters.pdf (March 2017 - March 2017)
  23. Cecil Jennings I was featured in a Black History Month web-series put out by Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources. (February 2017 - February 2017)
  24. Dan Dembkowski Want more walleye in Wisconsin lakes? Stake holder meeting in Minocqua and Hayward, Wisconsin (January 2017 - January 2017)
  25. Amanda Rosenberger Organized a seminar series for Osher Lifelong Learning Instutue on Missouri's Aquatic Life. http://extension.missouri.edu/learnforlife/ (January 2017 - January 2017)
  26. Clint Boal Raptor Research: Scientists collect golden eagle data to help energy companies make smarter decisions. Feature article in Discoveries Magazine, a publication of Texas Tech University. http://www.depts.ttu.edu/vpr/discoveries/fall-2016/golden-eagle.html (November 2016 - November 2016)
  27. Amanda Rosenberger Interviewed for the Great Outdoors Radio Show, Subject: Crayfish and Mussels
    (October 2016 - October 2016)
  28. Dan Isermann In-Fisherman featured our paper on bass-walleye interactions. (October 2016 - October 2016)
  29. Christine Moffitt provided updates and brief results of Lake Pend Oreille study for Lakes Commission and Invasive species work group. (September 2016 - September 2016)
  30. Scott Bonar Streams of Mt. Graham - A video made for the USFS Coronado National Forest for Visitor Center Use. Education film with underwater videography made in streams containing Apache Trout and Gila Trout. (September 2016 - September 2016)
  31. Christine Moffitt provided information on PKD disease episodes in Montana and Idaho for public radio (August 2016 - August 2016)
  32. Colton Finch Science outreach booth at Fremont Indian State Park on July 23rd, 2016. Displayed scientific sampling equipment, live native fish, and answered questions about USU?USGS research project. (July 2016 - July 2016)
  33. Mark Ford Congressional Natural Resource Committee Staff briefing and tour of bat project at NPS Rock Creek Park in Washington DC. Co-hosted with NPS NCR, USFWS Region 5, USFWS WO and USGS CRU Reston staff. (July 2016 - July 2016)
  34. Craig Paukert Wyoming NPR article about our research on how climate change affects inland fish. http://wyomingpublicmedia.org/post/climate-change-causing-evolutionary-impacts-trout (July 2016 - July 2016)
  35. Craig Paukert Provide an article on what the Missouri Cooperative Research Units is and how they contribute to Missouri's conservation legacy.
    Conservation Federation Magazine. July 2016; page 22
    http://issuu.com/missouriwildlife/docs/july_2016_-_vol_77___no_4/1 (July 2016 - July 2016)
  36. Craig Paukert Ontario Radio show discussing our climate change research http://tvo.org/article/current-affairs/climate-watch/heres-why-a-warming-climate-means-new-habitats-for-bass (July 2016 - July 2016)
  37. Craig Paukert The MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources highlighted my work on climate change http://cafnrnews.com/2016/06/the-upcoming-issue/ (June 2016 - June 2016)
  38. Dan Isermann Research Seminar at the annual summer gathering of Illinois Natural History Survey personnel - Larvae to Length Limits: A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Fisheries Research and Management (June 2016 - June 2016)
  39. Stephen DeStefano Interviewed for article on Yankee Magazine on moose in New England, including information on status, climate change, winter ticks. (June 2016 - June 2016)
  40. Craig Paukert Gave Briefing to Capitol Hill staffers on the effects of climate change on inland fish. http://fisheries.org/2016/06/congressional-briefing-features-usgs-climate-research/ (June 2016 - June 2016)
  41. Dan Isermann Presentation to Vilas County Land and Water Conservation Board on effects of 2,4D herbicide. (June 2016 - June 2016)
  42. Clint Boal Tech researcher uses GPS to track golden eagles. 2016. Amarillo Globe-News. Article with interview and research by the scientist focused on collaborative research of golden eagles. Published 7 June 2016; Archived at http://amarillo.com/news/latest-news/2016-06-06/tech-researcher-uses-gps-track-golden-eagles. http://amarillo.com/news/latest-news/2016-06-06/tech-researcher-uses-gps-track-golden-eagles (June 2016 - June 2016)
  43. Clint Boal Research aiding in study of eagle interaction with wind turbines. 2016. Texas Tech Today: the official news source for Texas Tech University. Also featured on ScienceDaily.com. Article with interview and research by the scientist focused on collaborative research of golden eagles. Published 2 June 2016; Archived at http://today.ttu.edu/posts/2016/06/eagle-wind-turbine and at https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/06/160602122511.htm https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/06/160602122511.htm (June 2016 - June 2016)
  44. Phaedra Budy Bonneville cutthroat trout conservation video. Produced by the Quinney College of Natural Resources and also showed on UDWR Facebook page, where it reached >20,000 people on May 9 https://www.facebook.com/UtahDWR/videos/1257954494215560/ (May 2016 - May 2016)
  45. Phaedra Budy The Native American Summer Mentorship Program- 25 Undergraduates from the Navajo Tribe. Field Trip to USU. Lab visit to Budy Fish Ecology Lab: 1) explained the lab and structure: what do we do, fish and ecology research studies, 2) described some projects in Utah: some hands on items (pelican puke, PIT tags), and 3) described undergrad opportunities in detail: technician work, undergraduate research. 9 May, 2016.

    (May 2016 - May 2016)
  46. Auriel Fournier Bird banding demonstration at Hobbs State Park, over 120 people attended, trained several undergrads in bird handling, discussed careers in science with several middle and high school students (April 2016 - April 2016)
  47. Amanda Rosenberger Presented a summary of crayfish diversity, biology, ecology, and conservation issues for the Missouri Master Naturalist Group http://extension.missouri.edu/masternaturalist/ (April 2016 - April 2016)
  48. Raymond Carthy (How to Keep) Living with Sea Turtles.
    Presentation to Santa Fe Audubon Society.
    (April 2016 - April 2016)
  49. Megan La Peyre Presentation and discussion on oyster reefs at Seafood Summit convention; a meeting of commercial fisherman and producers (March 2016 - March 2016)
  50. Megan La Peyre Presentation and discussion of modeling efforts related to oyster production in the face of management and sea level rise at the Seafood Summit, a meeting held for commercial fishermen and producers (March 2016 - March 2016)
  51. Auriel Fournier Bird banding demonstration at Hobbs State Park, over 120 people attended, trained several undergrads in bird handling, discussed careers in science with several middle and high school students (March 2016 - March 2016)
  52. Alexander Zale participated in a film about MSU's success at hiring female faculty https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TanpVbPMhEg&feature=youtu.be (March 2016 - March 2016)
  53. Peggy Wilzbach authored an article describing research of the California Coop Unit on use of eDNA to monitor the endangered Tidewater Goby.

    The article has appeared in the Feb. edition of the Wildlife Management Institute's Outdoor News Bulletin, on the online forum of The Wildlife Society, and on the USGS.gov homepage as a top story.
    http://wildlife.org/using-environmental-dna-edna-to-monitor-endangered-fish/ (February 2016 - February 2016)
  54. Craig Paukert Radio interview from Public News Service on how climate change may affect Missouri fish and wildlife http://www.publicnewsservice.org/2016-02-23/environment/for-mo-sportsmen-climate-changes-may-cause-habitat-changes/a50518-1 (February 2016 - February 2016)
  55. Auriel Fournier Science Fair Judge (February 2016 - February 2016)
  56. Phaedra Budy Featured in USU Magazine: Arctic Research and Lab undergraduate researcher: http://www.usu.edu/magazine/2016/winter/ (February 2016 - February 2016)
  57. Auriel Fournier Science Fair Judge (January 2016 - January 2016)
  58. Auriel Fournier Bird banding demonstration at Hobbs State Park, over 120 people attended, trained several undergrads in bird handling, discussed careers in science with several middle and high school students (January 2016 - January 2016)
  59. Alexander Zale Zale, A. V., R. G. Bramblett, and A. R. Anderson. 2016. Abundance and monitoring of queen conch at Turneffe Atoll. National Board of Directors Meeting of the Belize Federation of Fishers, Belize City, Belize, 11 January 2016. Invited. (January 2016 - January 2016)
  60. Alexander Zale Zale, A. V., R. G. Bramblett, and A. R. Anderson. 2016. Abundance and monitoring of queen conch at Turneffe Atoll. Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, Turneffe Flats, Belize, 10 January 2016. Invited. (January 2016 - January 2016)
  61. Amanda Rosenberger Organized a discussion series on the book "For the Love of Rivers" for the OSHER lifelong learning institute http://extension.missouri.edu/learnforlife/ (January 2016 - January 2016)
  62. Auriel Fournier Lead science activities for Boy and Girls Club STEM program, talked to 30 3-6th graders about the birds in their backyard and bird migration (December 2015 - December 2015)
  63. Auriel Fournier Lead science activities for Boy and Girls Club STEM program, talked to 30 3-6th graders about the birds in their backyard and bird migration (November 2015 - November 2015)
  64. Dan Isermann The Sturgeon Passage: Getting a Lift https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qO5SNXXBIrM (November 2015 - November 2015)
  65. Alexander Zale I gave a presentation and was interviewed for an article about MSU's success in female faculty hires for an article on the Ozy website. http://www.ozy.com/fast-forward/unlearning-sexism-in-montana/66317 (November 2015 - November 2015)
  66. Alexander Zale BioScience podcast: "A Successful Intervention Boosts the Gender Diversity of STEM Faculty" http://bioscienceaibs.libsyn.com/episode-6-a-successful-intervention-boosts-the-gender-diversity-of-stem-faculty (October 2015 - October 2015)
  67. Scott Bonar Flash Floods and Safety. A film made for the School of Natural Resources Film Festival https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWWuPZgFokg (October 2015 - October 2015)
  68. Dan Isermann Webinar - What’s the deal with Wisconsin’s Walleye? What we know, what we don’t know, and what we can do about it (September 2015 - September 2015)
  69. Auriel Fournier Curated the Twitter Accounts @RealScientists and @Biotweeps with a reach of over 35,000 people discussing wetland management and bird migration http://twitter.com/realscientists (September 2015 - September 2015)
  70. Brad Griffith Invited speaker in the session "From the boreal forest to the open ocean: How climate change impacts the Alaskan Arctic," The Conference on Global Leadership in the Arctic: Cooperation, Innovation, Engagement and Resilience (GLACIER) sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, Anchorage, AK. (August 2015 - August 2015)
  71. Dan Magoulick Protecting a Threatened Crayfish, article in Research Frontiers, University of Arkansas. Picked up by several other outlets. http://researchfrontiers.uark.edu/2015/protecting-a-threatened-crayfish/ (August 2015 - August 2015)
  72. Craig Paukert Was 'Collaborator of the Month' for the MU College and Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources related to work climate change and inland fish http://cafnrnews.com/2015/08/a-heated-situation/ (August 2015 - August 2015)
  73. Scott Bonar Life Underwater in Sabino Creek Video Presentation - Plays at Sabino Canyon Visitor Center, USFS Coronado National Forest. Education presentation and underwater videography of desert fish shot in Sabino Canyon, a popular southern Arizona recreation site. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVJpw1sOwqo (August 2015 - August 2015)
  74. Megan La Peyre Discussed monitoring work on oyster reefs used as living shorelines to a non-profit organization, Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation. (August 2015 - August 2015)
  75. Petra Wood interview by German Public Radio with 2 of my students working on shale gas effects on wildlife by German Public Radio (August 2015 - August 2015)
  76. Colton Finch Exhibited native fishes of southern Utah and talked about conservation and management of aquatic resources in the face of climate change and fire. Discussed sampling methods and future research goals, as well as restoration of a blue-ribbon trout fishery. (July 2015 - July 2015)
  77. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 13-17) (July 2015 - July 2015)
  78. Christine Moffitt Provided input to Lewiston Tribune writer, Eric Barker regarding thermal stress on salmonds in low flow, high temperature rivers (July 2015 - July 2015)
  79. Phaedra Budy Featured on UDWR Facebook/Blog: “Trout vs. chub”. http://”. http://wildlife.utah.gov/blog/2014/trout-vs-chub/ (July 2015 - July 2015)
  80. Cyndy Loftin Article describing PhD student Brianne DuClos' research on the spatial ecology of pollinators in Maine's wild blueberry production landscape. The featured article appeared in the University of Maine's Sustainability Solution Initiative's web page. This page describes research supported by the program. http://umaine.edu/mitchellcenter/2015/03/03/students-research-to-help-growers-identify-native-pollinators/ (June 2015 - June 2015)
  81. Craig Paukert Was on USGS main page on project related to climate change and inland fish http://www.usgs.gov/blogs/features/usgs_top_story/in-hot-water-climate-change-reaches-underwater-impacts-freshwater-fisheries/?from=title (June 2015 - June 2015)
  82. Petra Wood popular article on cerulean warbler partnerships and management activities for WMI newsletter (June 2015 - June 2015)
  83. Jeff Falke Chena River Watershed Resource Action Plan - The process included three, 2.5-day workshops with the planning team to target areas in the Chena River Watershed (focusing on ecosystem-level resources), assess current and projected future health of the resources, identify critical threats, and develop conservation strategies to enhance health and abate threats. The workshops were held in November of 2014, February of 2015 and April of 2015. http://www.escapewrap.com/ (June 2015 - June 2015)
  84. Auriel Fournier Presentation and Hands on Activities for 3-5th graders at local library (June 2015 - June 2015)
  85. Auriel Fournier Bird Banding Demonstration for local summer camp (June 2015 - June 2015)
  86. Auriel Fournier Lead three day long Field Trips to Public and Private Wetlands as part of the Biggest Week in American Birding Festival in Ohio (May 2015 - May 2015)
  87. Phil Bettoli A contributing editor for the magazine "Musky Hunter" wrote an article about our published research on the thermal ecology of muskellunge in a Tennessee reservoir. The article "Just Right" appeared in ther Research Corner section of the April/May issue of the magazine, pages 20-22. (April 2015 - April 2015)
  88. Phaedra Budy Research Brief – Utah: USGS Coop Catch-Up Newsletter: “Curbing the chub: usu aquatic ecologist works to restore balance” Issue 68 (March 2015 - March 2015)
  89. Angela Fuller Estimating population size of wildlife species. Talk and lab exercise to third grade class, Dryden Elementary School. (March 2015 - March 2015)
  90. Auriel Fournier Bird banding demonstration at Hobbs State Park, over 40 people attended, trained several undergrads in bird handling (March 2015 - March 2015)
  91. Auriel Fournier Lead science activities for Boy and Girls Club STEM program, talked to 29 3-6th graders about the birds in their backyard and bird migration (March 2015 - March 2015)
  92. Auriel Fournier Talked to alternative high school biology class about my research, did a radio telemetry activity, talked about careers in science (March 2015 - March 2015)
  93. Jacob Daly Co-taught Boy Scout of America's Herpetology Merit Badge (February 2015 - February 2015)
  94. Craig Paukert Post doc and myself write a summary on our smallmouth bass movement study for the Missouri Smallmouth Alliance (February 2015 - February 2015)
  95. Phaedra Budy Featured on UDWR Facebook/Blog: “Mapping the Tushar mountain streams from above” http://wildlife.utah.gov/blog/2015/mapping-the-tushar-mountain-streams/ (February 2015 - February 2015)
  96. Megan La Peyre Discussed oyster reefs and ecosystem services to a 4H group vising from Cameron Parish, Louisiana (February 2015 - February 2015)
  97. Petra Wood press release by USGS on our mountaintop mining study (February 2015 - February 2015)
  98. Duane Diefenbach Presentation to the PA Bureau of Forestry on the Deer-Forest Study and Decision Support Tool for their Deer Management Assistance Program (January 2015 - January 2015)
  99. Amanda Rosenberger Organized a Seminar Series on Evolutionary Biology for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. http://extension.missouri.edu/learnforlife/ (January 2015 - January 2015)
  100. Auriel Fournier Bird Banding Demonstration at Hobbs State Park. Over 100 people, about half elementary age and younger children attended. (January 2015 - January 2015)
  101. Clint Boal Fowl play on campus. 2015. The Agriculturist, College of Agricultural Science and Natural Resources, Texas Tech University. Article with interview and research by the scientist focused on ecology and aggression by Mississippi kites. Published January 2015. (January 2015 - January 2015)
  102. Craig Paukert Research was highlighted in National Park Service Climate Change Response Program http://www.nps.gov/subjects/climatechange/upload/CCRP_news_fall2014.pdf (December 2014 - December 2014)
  103. Auriel Fournier Science Fair Judge (November 2014 - November 2014)
  104. Mark Wipfli Educational video -- Observations of Change in Interior Alaska. Nenana, Alaska. Bonanza Creek Long Term Ecological Research (BNZ-LTER) Maps and Locals (MALs) project (November 2014 - November 2014)
  105. Dan Magoulick Fisheries Biologist Awarded Grant to Study Crayfish, Arkansas Catalyst. Picked up by several other outlets. http://vpred.uark.edu/arkansas-catalyst/november-2014/ (November 2014 - November 2014)
  106. Petra Wood popular article on salamanders and mountaintop mining for "salamander news" newsletter for Partners in Amphibian Conservation (PARC) (November 2014 - November 2014)
  107. Auriel Fournier Invited Seminar to Arkansas Tech Fish and Wildlife Seminar (November 2014 - November 2014)
  108. Craig Paukert Smallmouth bass movement study was highlighted in industry newsletter fro the temperature tags we used. http://www.star-oddi.com/news/newsletters/issues/2014/11/6/default.aspx (November 2014 - November 2014)
  109. Phaedra Budy Featured on UDWR Facebook/Blog: “The Twitchell Canyon Fire” http://wildlife.utah.gov/blog/2014/the-twitchell-canyon-fire/ (November 2014 - November 2014)
  110. Phaedra Budy Research Brief – Utah: USGS Coop Catch-Up Newsletter: “The Twitchell Canyon Fire”. November, 2014. (November 2014 - November 2014)
  111. Scott Carleton PhD Eye on Research at NMSU and newspapers around New Mexico on lesser prairie-chicken research (November 2014 - November 2014)
  112. Mark Wipfli Science and research video, NSF-EPSCoR Southcentral Testcase (October 2014 - October 2014)
  113. Drew Fowler This oral presentation to the Missouri Audubon Society outlined future research to evaluate the body condition of mid-continent light geese harvested during the Light Goose Conservation Order. (September 2014 - September 2014)
  114. Joshua Stafford Article in the periodical, Illinois Outdoor News, on research involving spatial patterns of duck migration in Illinois. http://www.outdoornews.com/September-2014/Flyway-Vision-ducks-may-not-use-rivers-to-navigate/ (September 2014 - September 2014)
  115. Mark Wipfli Served as supervisory scientist working with ADF&G and FWS on leading fieldwork for a FWS-led school district educational program to guide high school students in hands-on scientific research. (August 2014 - August 2014)
  116. Stephen DeStefano Moose in southern New England?, Interview for Redding Pilot.
    (August 2014 - August 2014)
  117. Abby Powell Murie Science and Learning Center Summer Speaker Series: Life of a Little Known Bird in Alaska: Smith's Longspur http://www.nps.gov/dena/planyourvisit/event-details.htm?eventID=582862-245777 (August 2014 - August 2014)
  118. Christine Moffitt Presentation to Regional Naturalists on the infestation of Asian clams in Lake Pend Oreille, ID (July 2014 - July 2014)
  119. Abby Lawson WHQR NPR News Interview (July 2014 - July 2014)
  120. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 13-17) (July 2014 - July 2014)
  121. Kate McFadden Your Day Radio Interview http://yourday.clemson.edu/ (July 2014 - July 2014)
  122. Amanda Rosenberger Conducted a fish biology and fish dissection for student participating in 4-H that were interested in Missouri River Relief. http://www.riverrelief.org/ (July 2014 - July 2014)
  123. Mark Wipfli Provided narrative on salmon ecology and climate change on educational video for Native Villages in Alaska. (July 2014 - July 2014)
  124. Phaedra Budy Featured on UDWR Facebook/Blog: Pelican predation on cutthroat trout research at Strawberry Reservoir: https://www.facebook.com/UtahDWR/photos/?tab=album&album_id=839890476021966 (July 2014 - July 2014)
  125. Mark Wipfli Consulted with public radio correspondent and Kenai National Wildlife Refuge manager on fire and salmon issues. (July 2014 - July 2014)
  126. Auriel Fournier Talk for Middle School Students at Local Library on Bird Migration (June 2014 - June 2014)
  127. Christine Moffitt Organized and participated in public meeting in Sandpoint ID to discuss aquatic invasive species, specifically an infestation of Asian clams (June 2014 - June 2014)
  128. Dan Isermann Isermann, D.A. 2014. Going Green-The rise of largemouth bass in the north woods. In-Fisherman. (June 2014 - June 2014)
  129. Patrick Jodice Press release on satellite tracking of Black-capped Petrels http://www.abcbirds.org/results/bcp_tracking.html (June 2014 - June 2014)
  130. Amanda Rosenberger Taught a 5th grade class on mussels, crayfish, and fish of Missouri. (June 2014 - June 2014)
  131. Angela Fuller Reversing wild turkey population declines. Article for the Wildlife Management Institute's Outdoor News Bulletin, Cooperative Research Unit's Corner. (May 2014 - May 2014)
  132. Mark Wipfli Provided scientific expertise regarding fire and salmon in response to a wildfire on the Kenai Peninsula in May 2014. It was for a live broadcast on public radio. (May 2014 - May 2014)
  133. Joseph Hightower Raabe, J. K., T. A. Ellis, and J. E. Hightower. 2014. Preliminary evaluaton of a rock-ramp fishway in the Cape Fear River. World Fish Migration Day, Cape Fear River Watch Education Center at Lock & Dam #1, Riegelwood, NC, May 24, 2014. http:// www.capefearriverwatch.org/archives/3712 (May 2014 - May 2014)
  134. Stephen DeStefano Massachusetts and moose: meant for each other, Interview for Boston Globe.

    (May 2014 - May 2014)
  135. Joseph Hightower Raabe, J. K., T. A. Ellis, and J. E. Hightower. 2014. Preliminary evaluaton of a rock-ramp fishway in the Cape Fear River. Cape Fear River Assembly, Annual Meeting, Wilmington NC, May 15, 2014. (May 2014 - May 2014)
  136. Auriel Fournier Science Fair Judge (April 2014 - April 2014)
  137. Joseph Hightower Bacheler, N.M., L.M. Paramore, J.A. Buckel, J.E. Hightower, and K.H. Pollock. 2014. Estimation of mortality and selectivity of red drum with high rates of catch and release. Presentation to North Carolina Sea Grant Research Symposium: Investments and Opportunities. Raleigh, NC, April 16, 2014, 100 attendees. (April 2014 - April 2014)
  138. Jacob Daly Guest speaker on "Role of Quantitative Skills in Wildlife Science" to Louisville Male High School students. (April 2014 - April 2014)
  139. Auriel Fournier Birds Banding Demo at Hobbs State Park attended by over 80 people (April 2014 - April 2014)
  140. Reynaldo Patiño Newspaper interview with scientist and unit postdoctoral researcher about a fish-kill in Lubbock's Canyon Lake System caused by a golden alga bloom in spring 2014. (April 2014 - April 2014)
  141. Michael Quist Contributed fish and expertise to an art and educational exhibit focused on native fishes in Idaho (April 2014 - April 2014)
  142. Patrick Jodice Web page to host data on tracking of seabirds in the Atlantic. I developed the web page and maintain it. http://www.atlanticseabirds.org (April 2014 - April 2014)
  143. Megan La Peyre Discussed oyster research in Louisiana to the Oyster Convention, a meeting of oyster producers and the public (March 2014 - March 2014)
  144. Scott Carleton PhD Talk on the birds of New Mexico (March 2014 - March 2014)
  145. Duane Diefenbach Presentation of research findings on white-tailed deer research in Pennsylvania at the Southeast Pennsylvania Chapter of the Quality Deer Management Association. (March 2014 - March 2014)
  146. Auriel Fournier Bird banding demonstration at Hobbs State Park attended by over 75 people. (March 2014 - March 2014)
  147. Christine Moffitt Scientific interpretation of Lonnie Hutson exhibit at Prichard Gallery (February 2014 - February 2014)
  148. Auriel Fournier Bird Banding Demonstration at Hobbs State Park with Over 75 people in attendence, about half elementary age children. (February 2014 - February 2014)
  149. Reynaldo Patiño Newspaper interview with scientist and unit staff about the current status of the harmful algal species, Golden Alga. (January 2014 - January 2014)
  150. Amanda Rosenberger Organized a seminar series for Osher Lifelong Learning Instutue on Missouri's Aquatic Life. http://extension.missouri.edu/learnforlife/ (January 2014 - January 2014)
  151. Reynaldo Patiño National Public Radio and print interview with scientist about impacts of Golden Alga on aquatic natural resources in Texas, and the potential influence of climate change. (January 2014 - January 2014)
  152. Auriel Fournier Science Fair Judge (November 2013 - November 2013)
  153. Lisa Webb Contributed data for an article in a Ducks Unlimited magazine with national readership http://: http://www.ducks.org/conservation/waterfowl-biology/understanding-waterfowl-tracking-the-mallard-migration. (September 2013 - September 2013)
  154. Amanda Rosenberger Participated in the Annual South Farm Showcase, which provides opportunities for the local community to learn about research that takes advantage of the South Farm Facility. (September 2013 - September 2013)
  155. Matt Schrum South Farm Showcase-Missouri Fish & Wildlife Cooperative Research Unit participation. http://cafnr.missouri.edu/aes/southfarm/ (September 2013 - September 2013)
  156. Clinton Moore Unattributed contribution. 2013. Alligator research efforts assisting states in harvest management. Feature article in "Cooperative Research Unit Corner", Outdoor News Bulletin, September 2013. http://wildlifemanagement.institute/outdoor-news-bulletin/september-2013/alligator-research-efforts-assisting-states-harvest-management (September 2013 - September 2013)
  157. Cyndy Loftin Ian McCullough discusses his M.S. thesis research and recent publication about methods to monitor lake water clarity and recent changes in Maine's lake water clarity with Maine Public Radio. http://www.mpbn.net/Home/tabid/36/ctl/ViewItem/mid/5347/ItemId/29941/Default.aspx (September 2013 - September 2013)
  158. Alex Silvis Bats are an important component of ecosystems worldwide, but many people are unfamiliar these animals. At this program, volunteers from Radford University, VCFWRU, the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, and the Blacksburg Parks and Recreation staff provided an opportunity for the public to learn more about bats and their ecological importance. (September 2013 - September 2013)
  159. Amanda Rosenberger Organized and planned a day-long 4-H Congress outreach event to High School students. Provided and presented a fisheries curriculum for the day. (August 2013 - August 2013)
  160. David Krementz A website was developed to track satellite-marked American Woodcock. The website was placed on the Ruffed Grouse/American Woodcock website. http://www.ruffedgrousesociety.org/woodcockmigration#.V-7QpvkrK70 (August 2013 - August 2013)
  161. Martha Mather Mentored REU student, Casie Lee, June-August 2013 (July 2013 - July 2013)
  162. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 13-17) (July 2013 - July 2013)
  163. Tim Grabowski Presented seminar at Texas Parks and Wildlife Project WILD Aquatic program at Lubbock Lakes Landmark. Seminar described the issues facing freshwater fishes in Texas and the research being done to aid conservation and management actions and was targeted to an audience of K-12 teachers. Seminar title was, "Understanding the links between flows, habitat, and fishes: tales from three Texas rivers." http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/learning/project_wild/aquatic_wild.phtml (July 2013 - July 2013)
  164. Cyndy Loftin Newsletter article discusses research and recent publication about methods to monitor lake water clarity and recent changes in Maine's lake water clarity. http://www.fondriest.com/news/satellite-data-shows-maine-lake-clarity-grew-murkier-in-past-15-years.htm (July 2013 - July 2013)
  165. Clay Pierce Interviewed by reporter from Ames Tribune for an article on effects of flooding on local fish. (July 2013 - July 2013)
  166. Clint Boal Swainson’s hawk. 2013. Public radio broadcast focused on Swainson’s hawks ecology in the Great Plains, with featured audio interview with the scientist. Broadcast on June 23, 2013 as the weekly feature on the Playa Country radio series. http://www.pljv.org/radio/PlayaCountry_130623_BIRDS4.mp3 (June 2013 - June 2013)
  167. Clay Pierce Interviewed by program host and intern for radio program broadcast on Ames radio station KHOI on effects of floods on local streams and fish. (June 2013 - June 2013)
  168. Amanda Rosenberger Visited 4th grade of Paxton Keeley elementary to present fish biology and fish anatomy. (May 2013 - May 2013)
  169. Alex Silvis As a representative of the VCFWRU, I gave a public presentation on bats in Kentucky at the Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation area. I discussed species occurrence in the state as well as the impact that WNS will have on bats in Kentucky. (May 2013 - May 2013)
  170. Patrick Jodice University PR on research project http://blogs.clemson.edu/safes-nexus/2013/05/30/follow-along-as-clemson-researchers-tag-gulf-pelicans-and-monitor-their-migration-patterns/ (May 2013 - May 2013)
  171. Tim Grabowski “Unique Characteristics of Guadalupe Bass.” Texas Wildlife Radio Show. Original air date: 14 May 2013. http://www.texasfarmbureau.org/radio/audio/WILD_051413.mp3. (May 2013 - May 2013)
  172. Clint Boal Lesser Prairie-chicken Nest Survival May Decline by 2050. 2013. Science news feature article in ScienceDaily focused on research directed by the scientist. Published online 12 July 2013; http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/07/130712100135.htm (May 2013 - May 2013)
  173. Tim Grabowski “South Llano River Restoration Project.” Texas Wildlife Radio Show. Original air date: 10 May 2013. http://www.texasfarmbureau.org/radio/audio/WILD_051013.mp3. (May 2013 - May 2013)
  174. Alex Silvis VCFWRU staff provided an introduction to acoustic techniques for bat research to Radford University undergraduate students. (April 2013 - April 2013)
  175. Kate McFadden Alligator conservation research Press Release http://www.clemson.edu/media-relations/article.php?article_id=4854 (April 2013 - April 2013)
  176. Clint Boal Researchers provide information on lesser prairie chicken debate. 2013. Article focusing on the scientist’s research with an interview, featured news story for the Texas Tech University Website. Published 26 March 2013 and distributed widely in the print media. http://today.ttu.edu/2013/03/researchers-provide-information-on-lesser-prairie-chicken-debate/ (March 2013 - March 2013)
  177. Annika Walters Wyoming State Science Fair judge (March 2013 - March 2013)
  178. Auriel Fournier Talk on research to local high school biology class (March 2013 - March 2013)
  179. Clint Boal Researchers monitor how Swainson’s hawks are affected by wind turbines. 2011. Article focusing on collaborative research the scientist is involved in. Published November 2011 online in the Playa Post, the newsletter of the Playa Lakes Joint Venture http://www.pljv.org/playa_post/2011/november.html (March 2013 - March 2013)
  180. Phil Bettoli On World Water Day (22 March 2013) I accepted an invitation to man a booth at the Tennessee Aquarium and demonstrate how fisheries sceintists use modern telemetry techniques to study and conserve fish populations (March 2013 - March 2013)
  181. Auriel Fournier Science Fair Judge for Regional Science Fair (March 2013 - March 2013)
  182. Annika Walters Talk for Issak Walton League on "Resistance of resilience of aquatic communities to low flow disturbance". (February 2013 - February 2013)
  183. Auriel Fournier Science Fair Judge for Local High School/Middle School (February 2013 - February 2013)
  184. Clinton Moore Moore, C. T., and M. J. Conroy. Winter 2013. Creating old-growth forest conditions for Red-cockaded Woodpeckers in the Georgia Piedmont: using adaptive management to plan long-term cutting strategies. Pages 8-9 in R. Bogart, editor. The All-Bird Bulletin (newsletter). North American Bird Conservation Initiative. http://www.nabci-us.org/assets/bulletin/bulletinwinter2013.pdf (January 2013 - January 2013)
  185. Clinton Moore Shaffer, T., J. Gannon, and C. Moore. Winter 2013. Managing native prairies adaptively in the northern Great Plains. Pages 28-29 in R. Bogart, editor. The All-Bird Bulletin (newsletter). North American Bird Conservation Initiative. http://www.nabci-us.org/assets/bulletin/bulletinwinter2013.pdf (January 2013 - January 2013)
  186. David Andersen Peterson, S. M., H. M. Streby, T. C. Will, T. R. Cooper, and D. E. Andersen. 2103. Golden-winged warblers and the importance of diverse forest landscapes. Zumbro Valley Audubon Society. Rochester, Minnesota. 22 January 2013. (January 2013 - January 2013)
  187. Clay Pierce Interviewed by reporter from Ames Tribune regarding effects of drought on local fish. Answers published in the Outdoors section in a question-and-answer format. (January 2013 - January 2013)
  188. Auriel Fournier Monthly Bird Banding Demonstration for Public At Hobbs State Park 50 people in attendence (January 2013 - January 2013)
  189. Craig Paukert Co- Hosted University of Missouri Alumni Social at Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference (December 2012 - December 2012)
  190. Alan Friedlander Appeared in video for Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument to honor Hawaiian fisherman (November 2012 - November 2012)
  191. Alan Friedlander Participated in weekend fish camp for children on the island of Lanai. Presented results of previous work on Lanai and Big Island. (November 2012 - November 2012)
  192. Auriel Fournier Science Fair Judge for Local High School/Middle School (November 2012 - November 2012)
  193. Craig Paukert I was the USGS representative for a workshop on how to get jobs with state and federal natural resource agencies (November 2012 - November 2012)
  194. Jason Neuswanger Salmon: Animal Behavior in 3D. Research Showcase Presentation for the Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity Program, University of Alaska Fairbanks. (November 2012 - November 2012)
  195. Shannon Brewer Dr. Brewer participated in a segment of Outdoor Oklahoma. The film segment was focused on stream fishing and stream fishes. (November 2012 - November 2012)
  196. Amanda Rosenberger Participated in an all-day Fish and Wildlife Sercie Outreach event (October 2012 - October 2012)
  197. Kate McFadden Served as a mentor at the International Student Conservation Science Conference at the American Museum of Natural History. Judged oral presentations, presented at career fair and mentored graduate students http://symposia.cbc.amnh.org/sccsny/ (October 2012 - October 2012)
  198. Martha Mather Guest Lecture/Field Trip, Junction City High School Students, Fall 2012. Provided overview of crayfish movement research using pit tagging (October 2012 - October 2012)
  199. Colleen Caldwell Cameo appearence in a film that describes the Valles Caldera National Preserve. I describe the effects of a wildfire on the aquatic system within the preserve. (September 2012 - September 2012)
  200. Martha Mather Driver, Shuttle and Bison Loop Vans, Konza Visitors Day, September 2012 (September 2012 - September 2012)
  201. Glenn VanBlaricom Meeting of Friends of Burley Lagoon, Port Orchard, Washington, USA. Presentation and group discussion of results to date, research program on ecological effects of geoduck aquaculture operations on intertidal sands flats in southern Puget Sound. (September 2012 - September 2012)
  202. Steven Chipps Assisted Brookings middle school with Aquatics Field day. Set up water quality station and demonstrated fish and invertebrate samplling techniques to 6 through 8th graders (September 2012 - September 2012)
  203. Patrick Jodice Public talk presented to Charleston (SC) Audubon Society: Global and Local Perspectives on Seabird Ecology and Conservation (September 2012 - September 2012)
  204. Jim Layzer Take a Kid Fishing, Jamiaca Plain, MA (August 2012 - August 2012)
  205. Brian Irwin Provided advice to Jillian Cohen- who works for Congressmen Ed Markey, Ranking Member on the House Committee on Natural Resources- regarding potential expectations for fish population responses to climate change and management strategies that allow for stakeholder participation (August 2012 - August 2012)
  206. Katie Dugger Ph.D I gave a short presentation about my Adelie penguin research to the Corvallis Kiwanis club (August 2012 - August 2012)
  207. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 13-17) (July 2012 - July 2012)
  208. Alan Friedlander Talk to Lanakai Community Board on fisheries assessment and monitoring (June 2012 - June 2012)
  209. Alex Silvis Although an important part of many ecosystems, bats are commonly misunderstood. As a representative of the VCFWRU, I led an informal outreach/nature program on bats at the Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation area. The event was open to the public and designed to appeal to all age groups, and allowed participants to hear bats flying overhead. (June 2012 - June 2012)
  210. Alan Friedlander Public talk with Hanalei community about 20 years of marine research in Hanalei Bay, Kauai sponsored by the Hanalei National Heritage River. (June 2012 - June 2012)
  211. Joseph Hightower Ellis, T. A., J. A. Buckel, J. E. Hightower, and K. H. Pollock. 2012. Estimating fishing and natural mortality of spotted seatrout in North Carolina using conventional and telemetry tagging. CRFL (Coastal Recreational Fishing License) Symposium, New Bern, North Carolina, May 31, 2012. (May 2012 - May 2012)
  212. David Krementz "King Rail Breeding Ecology"
    Invited presentation at Red Slough Birding Convention
    (May 2012 - May 2012)
  213. Glenn VanBlaricom Live interview, KMAS radio, Shelton, Washington. Discussion of research on ecological effects of geoduck aquaculture operations, southern Puget Sound, Washington, USA. (March 2012 - March 2012)
  214. Glenn VanBlaricom Recorded interview, KUOW radio (NPR affiliate station), Seattle, Washington. Discussion of research on ecological effects of geoduck aquaculture operations, southern Puget Sound, Washington, USA. (March 2012 - March 2012)
  215. Alan Friedlander Gave talk to fishermen and guides on best handing practices for catch-and-release fishing for bonefish (March 2012 - March 2012)
  216. Daniel Roby Presentation to school children in Xiangshan, Zhejiang, China entitled "Tern conservation in North America. (March 2012 - March 2012)
  217. Brad Griffith Presented an overview of biodiversity studies in the Yukon River Basin to Alaska Friends of Refuges through a webinar, focusing on Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge. (February 2012 - February 2012)
  218. David Andersen Streby, H.M., S.M. Peterson, T. Will, T. Cooper, and D.E. Andersen. 2012. Golden-winged warblers and the importance of diverse forest landscapes. Minnesota River Valley Audubon Chapter. Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Bloomington, Minnesota. (February 2012 - February 2012)
  219. Joshua Stafford First Impressions - article for Winter 2011, Vol. 70, No. 1 issue of Natural Resource Management Newsletter, Department of Natural Resource Management, South Dakota State University (January 2012 - January 2012)
  220. Phil Bettoli During a regularly scheduled public meeting I briefed the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission on recent and current research conducted by the Tennessee Unit and how such research finidngs are used by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency biologists and supervisors. (January 2012 - January 2012)
  221. Daniel Roby "Caspian terns of East Sand Island: Managing seabirds in an Important Bird Area", lecture for Nature Night at the Audubon Society of Portland. (January 2012 - January 2012)
  222. Alan Friedlander Invited by Lanikai Community Organization to talk about Marine Protected Areas and the health of the Kailua/Lanikai marine ecosystem (December 2011 - December 2011)
  223. David Andersen Streby, Henry M., Sean M. Peterson, and David E. Andersen. 2011. Golden-winged Warbler research at Tamarac and Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuges. Minnesota Ornithologists Union Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, Minnesota. Minneapolis, Minnesota, December 2011. (December 2011 - December 2011)
  224. H. Percival National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center Project Accomplishments: Highlights. (December 2011 - December 2011)
  225. Alan Friedlander Public lecture sponsored by the Pupukea-Waimea community to present findings on 10 years of protection at the Pupukea marine protected area. (November 2011 - November 2011)
  226. Matthew Kauffman Wildlife outfitters in Wyoming are hurting because of the declining moose population. They depend on big game hunters for their livelihood. These businesses typically blame the reintroduction of wolves to the area as well as the states exploding grizzly bear population for the moose decline. But a decade-long drought in the region may be to blame. http://www.npr.org/2011/11/02/141926256/regional-drought-blamed-for-moose-decline-in-wyo?ft=1&f=3&sc=17 (November 2011 - November 2011)
  227. Joshua Stafford Fall-migrating mallards: research documents movements and stopover in the LaGrange Pool of the Illinois River. Outdoor Illinois. (November 2011 - November 2011)
  228. Petra Wood press release by WVU on our golden-winged warbler study. The press release was picked up by AP so ran in several newspapers including in WV and Indiana (November 2011 - November 2011)
  229. David Krementz I was interviewed about marsh bird harvest opportunities in Arkansas by the staff of Arkansas Wildlife. An article on this topic appeared in October 2011. (October 2011 - October 2011)
  230. Anna Chalfoun Study shows songbirds are struggling. http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wpr/news.newsmain/article/0/0/1862955/WPR..News./Study.shows.song.birds.are.struggling (October 2011 - October 2011)
  231. Anna Chalfoun Study: Drilling Ramps Up and Sagebrush Songbirds Decline. http://www.publicnewsservice.org/index.php?/content/article/22635-1 (October 2011 - October 2011)
  232. Anna Chalfoun UW study finds songbird declines in high-density well sites. http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/wyoming/article_b9dcf293-54e8-5e53-a17b-277cb49b5820.html (October 2011 - October 2011)
  233. Dan Magoulick Effect of catch and release areas on rainbow and brown trout movement, survival and bioenergetics in Arkansas tailwater rivers. Trout Unlimited, Mountain Home, Arkansas. (October 2011 - October 2011)
  234. Shannon Brewer Dr. Brewer and three of her students attended the Wildlife Expo, hosted by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, to explain stream structure and function to the general public. (September 2011 - September 2011)
  235. Mark Wipfli Led field trip to collect aquatic invertebrates and discuss wetland ecology with 22 7th-grade students and their teacher on Wetland Ecology Field Day, Watershed School, Fairbanks School District. (September 2011 - September 2011)
  236. Kevin Pope Exhibit (Fish Identifibation Quiz and Update on Angler Survey Project) at Missouri River Outdoor Expo (hosted by Nebraska Game and Parks Commission) (September 2011 - September 2011)
  237. Colleen Caldwell CUTLINE: Colleen Caldwell, an adjunct associate professor in NMSU's Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology and the New Mexico unit leader for the U.S. Geological Survey's Biological Resources Division, uses a conductivity meter to check water salinity levels in a shrimp cultivation tank. She directs a research project that will assess shrimp cultivation in a closed-water system using a glandless cottonseed meal feed. (NMSU photo by Jay A. Rodman) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKasF4Tgr4Y. (August 2011 - August 2011)
  238. Brian Sloss Sloss, B.L. August 2011. Hatchery practices and genetic diversity: What have we learned in recent years. WDNR Annual Propagation Planning Meeting. (Invited). (August 2011 - August 2011)
  239. Paul Angermeier assisted Friends of the New River with hosting a luncheon for paddlers participating in the annual New River Expedition (July 2011 - July 2011)
  240. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 12-16) (July 2011 - July 2011)
  241. Martha Mather Environmental Education Field Demonstration, Tagging Crayfish in Kings Creek, Konza LTER, July 21 2011

    (July 2011 - July 2011)
  242. Paul Angermeier contributed to a televised news story (Channel 7, Roanoke, VA) on Roanoke River and Roanoke logperch (July 2011 - July 2011)
  243. Paul Angermeier interviewed by Dan Sweeney of Channel 7 News, Roanoke, VA regarding Roanoke logperch (July 2011 - July 2011)
  244. Martha Mather Mentored REU Student, Judith Patterson Through Kansas State University-Konza Biological Reserve, July-August 2011
    (July 2011 - July 2011)
  245. Steven Chipps Web article on fish mercury concentrations in South Dakota http://DemocraticUnderground.com (June 2011 - June 2011)
  246. Steven Chipps Newspaper article about rising water levels and mercury concentration in South Dakota fishes
    Gillete News Record
    (June 2011 - June 2011)
  247. Mark Wipfli Led aquatic ecology team for the 2-day BioBlitz public education outreach event sponsored by USFS, NOAA, ADFG, and USFWS. (June 2011 - June 2011)
  248. Petra Wood newspaper article in the State Journal discussing golden-winged warblers and the current review for ESA listing (June 2011 - June 2011)
  249. Dan Magoulick Examining assumptions of stable isotope analysis and assimilation efficiency in rainbow trout: Are you what you eat? Trout Unlimited, Fayetteville, Arkansas. (May 2011 - May 2011)
  250. Paul Angermeier traveled to Roanoke, VA to give presentation to Garden City Elementary School on water quality and fishes in Roanoke River (May 2011 - May 2011)
  251. Kevin Pope Talk entitled "Effects of Catch-and-release Angling on Growth and Survival of Freshwater Fishes" that was presented to the Nebraska Chapter of Trout Unlimited (April 2011 - April 2011)
  252. Alan Friedlander Talk to Nature Conservancy group about Palmyra Atoll prior to their trip. (April 2011 - April 2011)
  253. Alan Friedlander Interviewed by the Honolulu Weekly on the aquarium fish fishery in Hawaii. (March 2011 - March 2011)
  254. Paul Angermeier traveled to Durham, NC to co-facilitate workshop on aquatic ecosystem services in Albemarle-Pamlico basin for >20 stakeholder groups (March 2011 - March 2011)
  255. Dave McGuire "The effects of changing soil carbon on ecosystem services in interior Alaska," seminar/webinar presented at the Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy (ACCAP), Fairbanks, AK. (March 2011 - March 2011)
  256. Paul Angermeier traveled to Roanoke Rapids, NC to discuss ongoing research on aquatic ecosystem services with the Roanoke River Basin Association (March 2011 - March 2011)
  257. Phaedra Budy Invited Presentation to UDWR --Blue Ribbon Fisheries Advisory Council. 2011. “Long term monitoring of trout on the Logan River: why is monitoring important?” UDWR, Salt Lake City, UT. March 10, 2011. (March 2011 - March 2011)
  258. Alan Friedlander Talked with Malama Pupukea-Waimea MLCD group about results of our 8 years of data in the protected area (February 2011 - February 2011)
  259. Brian Sloss Andvik, R.T., B.L. Sloss, J. VanDeHey, R. Claramunt, T. Sutton, and S. Hansen. 2011. Proportional stock harvest of the lake whitefish commercial fishery. Lake Michigan Technical Committee Meeting. Glenview, Illinois. (January 2011 - January 2011)
  260. Phaedra Budy Invited Presentation, Cache Anglers Chapter of Trout Unlimited. 2011. Saunders, W.C., P. Budy, G. Thiede. Brown trout demographics in the Logan River: effects of mechanical removal and potential for biotic resistance limit brown trout expansion. Logan, UT. January 19, 2011. (January 2011 - January 2011)
  261. Paul Angermeier 2 Dec: traveled to Roanoke, VA to give presentation to Upper Roanoke River Roundtable regarding current research on aquatic ecosystem services. (December 2010 - December 2010)
  262. Paul Angermeier Was interviewed by Christy Straight of Upper Roanoke River Roundtable regarding current research on aquatic ecosystem services. (November 2010 - November 2010)
  263. Alan Friedlander Participated in National Geographic documentary "Lost sharks of Easter Island" (November 2010 - November 2010)
  264. Angela Fuller Managing Working Forest Landscapes for Multiple Biodiversity and Fiber Objectives: A workshop for landowners, land managers, researchers, and biologists. Orono, Maine. (November 2010 - November 2010)
  265. Tyler Wagner Students from the State College Area School District Learning Enrichment/Gifted Support Program visited a study stream where Bob Mollenhauer and Dr. Wagner provided an overview of radio telemetry for studying movement and habitat use of stream fishes. The students were also given a tour of the USFWS Northeast Fishery Center and an overview of lake trout bioenergetics research by Megan Kepler. (November 2010 - November 2010)
  266. Phaedra Budy Invited Presentation to UDWR –Bonneville Cutthroat Trout Range-Wide Coordination Group. 2010. Budy. P. , G.P. Thiede, and A. Dean. “An evaluation of the relative performance of diploid and triploid trout with consideration of the effects of lake morphology and fish density” UDWR, Salt Lake City, UT. November 3, 2010. (November 2010 - November 2010)
  267. Phaedra Budy Invited Presentation to UDWR –Bonneville Cutthroat Trout Range-Wide Coordination Group. 2010. Saunders, W.C., P. Budy, and G. Thiede. 2010. Bonneville Cutthroat Trout Restoration in the Logan River. Invited Presentation, Bonneville Cutthroat Trout Recovery Team, Salt Lake City, UT, November 3, 2010. (November 2010 - November 2010)
  268. Phaedra Budy Invited Presentation to UDWR –Three Species Annual Conservation Team. 2010. “Four Years of Study on the San Rafael: where have we come and where are we going?” Budy. P. , G.P. Thiede, and A. Dean. UDWR, Salt Lake City, UT. October 27, 2010. (October 2010 - October 2010)
  269. Joseph Fontaine Blundering Bills and Beaks, UNL Naturepalooza 2010. (October 2010 - October 2010)
  270. Angela Fuller Fuller, A. K. 2010. Led opening discussion, The Wildlife Society Leadership Institute, October 1, 2010. Snowbird, Utah. (October 2010 - October 2010)
  271. Clay Pierce Conducted electrofishing demonstration for Central College Vertebrate Biology class (October 2010 - October 2010)
  272. Abby Powell Featured article about a publication that came out in The Condor (Weiser and Powell 2010). http://www.conservationmagazine.org/2010/09/a-taste-for-trash/ (September 2010 - September 2010)
  273. Cyndy Loftin Fishless lakes research featured on Maine Public Broadcasting Network Mainewatch program (September 2010 - September 2010)
  274. Ted Simons Feature story in the Wall Street Journal on amphibian monitoring research. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704791004575465980825869258.html?mod=googlenews_wsj (September 2010 - September 2010)
  275. Mark Wipfli BioBlitz 2010: In collaboration with ADFG, NOAA, USFS, and USFWS, organized and led a public education session on freshwater ecosystems, Juneau, AK. (June 2010 - June 2010)
  276. Steven Chipps Chipps, S. R. 2010. Column: Guest Director’s Line. Greetings from the Education Section. Fisheries 35:292, 295. (June 2010 - June 2010)
  277. Steven Chipps Jackson, D. C., S. R. Chipps, and M. L. Brown. 2010. Column: President’s Hook. Fisheries education in the 21st century: challenges and approaches to training the next generation of fisheries scientists. Fisheries 35:264,301. (June 2010 - June 2010)
  278. Daniel Roby Interviewed by KPNW radio in Eugene OR on the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on fish and wildlife resources in the Gulf of México, Corvallis OR. (May 2010 - May 2010)
  279. Arthur Middleton Drought, predation, and migratory Clarks Fork elk. Invited public presentations at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, WY and Teton County Library in Jackson, WY. May 2010. http://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/wyoming/article_bcda5f30-5994-11df-afc3-001cc4c002e0.html (May 2010 - May 2010)
  280. Daniel Roby Lead field trip to East Sand Island for participants in the dedication of the Columbia River estuary as part of the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network (WHSRN), Chinook WA. (May 2010 - May 2010)
  281. David Krementz "Rails of Missouri"
    Missouri Audubon Society
    (April 2010 - April 2010)
  282. Clay Pierce Interviewed by Iowa State University News Service for article on service-learning in courses at Iowa State. Described service-learning component of Fisheries Science graduate course. Published by ISU News Service and sent to regional and national news outlets. (April 2010 - April 2010)
  283. David Galat Conservation of the Missouri River Ecosystem, Boone’s Lick Chapter Missouri Master Naturalist spring training on Saturday, 17 April1 2010; 1 hour PP and discussion. (April 2010 - April 2010)
  284. Alan Friedlander Invited by the Maunalua Bay Community Organization to discuss the results of our research on bonefish and fish population trends in the bay (April 2010 - April 2010)
  285. Dan Magoulick Magoulick, D.D. and J.M. Flinders. 2010. Bioenergetic evaluation of food supply and consumption demand by brown and rainbow trout in catch-and-release areas of Arkansas tailwaters. Trout Unlimited, Fayetteville, Arkansas. (April 2010 - April 2010)
  286. Chuck Berry Jr The Unit staff announced the availability of a webinar on adaptive management. USGS and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission are offering a free short course designed to expose scientists and managers to the basic components and process of adaptive management. https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/262366624 (April 2010 - April 2010)
  287. Mark Wipfli Nutrient and prey fluxes across ecosystem boundaries sustain freshwater fishes. Article in Oncorhynchus, Newsletter of the Alaska Chapter, American Fisheries Society 30(2):1-4. (April 2010 - April 2010)
  288. Clay Pierce In-Fisherman Magazine highlighted a recently published study of carp movement and habitat selection in the Bits & Pieces science review section of the March 2010 issue. (March 2010 - March 2010)
  289. Abby Powell Barnette Magnet School Science Fair (February 2010 - February 2010)
  290. Michael Bozek Bozek, M.A. January 2010. Effects of riparian vegetation on central Wisconsin trout stream temperatures: a management alternative. Frank Hornberg Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
    (January 2010 - January 2010)
  291. Chuck Berry Jr Interviewed by J. Skene, Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley, concerning South Dakota’s Year of Science program. The interview will be released on the Year of Science web site. http://www.yearofscience2009.org/home/ (January 2010 - January 2010)
  292. Clint Boal Wish you were here. 2010. Article focusing on collaborative ecological research on Guana Island, British Virgin Islands and featuring the scientist. Published 7 January 2010 in Nature magazine. http://www.nature.com/news/2010/100106/full/463022a.html?s=news_rss (January 2010 - January 2010)
  293. Annika Walters Seattle’s Aquarium Family Science weekend presenter (January 2009 - December 2009)
  294. Steven Chipps Presented an invited seminar on Didmosphenia research at the winter meeting of the Black Hills Fly Anglers (BHFA) in Rapid City, South Dakota. (December 2009 - December 2009)
  295. Chuck Berry Jr Berry, C. R. 2009. Year of Science in Review. South Dakota Wildlife Federation Out of Doors 49(12):1,3. http://www.sdwf.org/outofdoors.htm (December 2009 - December 2009)
  296. Joseph Fontaine Sportsmen Forum on Climate Change (December 2009 - December 2009)
  297. Clint Boal Escape cover through the eyes of a bobwhite. 2009. Article focusing on graduate research supervised by the scientist. Focus of research was escape behavior and habitat used by bobwhite exposed to different risks. Published November 2009 in the e-Quail Newsletter produced by the Rolling Plains Quail Research Ranch. http://hosted.verticalresponse.com/538021/6be1446238/1550501939/fb9dcabcdb/ (November 2009 - November 2009)
  298. Dave McGuire "Sensitivity of the Arctic Carbon Cycle to Climate Change." Global Change Seminar Series, University of Alaska Fairbanks. November 19, 2009. (November 2009 - November 2009)
  299. Chuck Berry Jr Hosted a mini-workshop on fish identification for DOT Biologists Ruth Powell and Ryan Hubert. (November 2009 - November 2009)
  300. Brian Sloss Sloss, B.L. November 2009. Wisconsin muskellunge genetic stock structure. Wisconsin Musky Club. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
    (November 2009 - November 2009)
  301. Brian Sloss Sloss, B.L. November 2009. Genetic diversity in the muskellunge fisheries of Wisconsin. Musky Clubs Alliance of Wisconsin. Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
    (November 2009 - November 2009)
  302. Chuck Berry Jr Served on the organizing committee for the South Dakota Water Conference, co-presented a luncheon talk with Dr. Katie Bertrand, and hosted a display table for Year of Science. (November 2009 - November 2009)
  303. Chuck Berry Jr Berry, C. 2009. Five Steps for Citizen Scientists. South Dakota Wildlife Federation Out-of-Doors 49(11):1,3. (November 2009 - November 2009)
  304. Clint Boal Gone with the wind? 2009. Article focused on conservation of lesser prairie-chickens and featuring the scientist’s research program and graduate students. Published October 2009 in Texas Parks and Wildlife: the outdoor magazine of Texas. http://www.tpwmagazine.com/archive/2009/oct/ed_1/index.phtml (October 2009 - October 2009)
  305. Cyndy Loftin Fishless lakes research featured in article published in Northern Woodlands magazine, Fall 2009 (October 2009 - October 2009)
  306. Scott Bonar Yule, J. V. 2008. Book Review: The conservation professional’s guide to working with people. Quarterly Review of Biology. March, 2008. Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s, “The conservation professional’s guide to working with people”. (September 2009 - September 2009)
  307. Steven Chipps Helped teach Cub Scouts about fishing and water safety. (September 2009 - September 2009)
  308. Chuck Berry Jr Hosted Dr. Daniel Soluk from the University of South Dakota, who presented a seminar for the Ecology and Environmental Biology seminar series titled, “Predators that help their prey and acquiring dry uplands to conserve wetlands: the broader benefits of endangered species research for conserving wetland ecosystems.” (September 2009 - September 2009)
  309. Chuck Berry Jr Arranged for the showing of “Battleship Antarctica” as part of the Year of Science. The documentary follows the GreanPeace ship on a voyage to thwart Japanese whaling. The Year of Science “lesson” was how cultural reactions differ to the same scientific population data. (September 2009 - September 2009)
  310. Mark Wipfli Led a stream ecology field trip, in conjunction with the Marine Advisory Program, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Petersburg, AK (September 2009 - September 2009)
  311. Alan Friedlander Participated in National Geographic documentary "Shark Island" (September 2009 - September 2009)
  312. Steven Chipps Organized a one day symposium at the annual AFS meeting entitled “Fisheries Education in the 21st Century: Accommodating Change.” (September 2009 - September 2009)
  313. Chuck Berry Jr Organized a one day symposium on “Fisheries Science in the Year of Science, 2009.” (September 2009 - September 2009)
  314. Chuck Berry Jr Berry, C. 2009. Four misconceptions about science. Out of Doors, the newsletter of the South Dakota Wildlife Federation 49(9):3,6. (September 2009 - September 2009)
  315. Scott Bonar Archdeacon, T. P. and S. A. Bonar. 2009. Care and spawning of the endangered Mohave tui chub in captivity. American Currents 35(2): 9-12.

    (September 2009 - September 2009)
  316. Clay Pierce Invited dinner speaker at the Des Moines Chapter of the Izaak Walton League. Title of talk was, "Carp, Zebra Mussels, and the Decline and Recovery of Clear Lake". (September 2009 - September 2009)
  317. Daniel Roby Interviewed by the Columbia Basin Bulletin for 2 articles on the issue of avian predation on juvenile salmonids in the Columbia River basin (August 2009 - August 2009)
  318. Steven Chipps Presented a Webinar entitled “Modeling mercury accumulation in fishes using bioenergetics models.” (August 2009 - August 2009)
  319. J. Michael Scott Shared Expertise on White Pelican Populations in Eastern Idaho. Pocatello, ID (August 2009 - August 2009)
  320. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 12-16) (July 2009 - July 2009)
  321. Chuck Berry Jr Led a field trip for parents and students attending summer classes sponsored by this unique science learning center in Brookings, South Dakota. (July 2009 - July 2009)
  322. Phaedra Budy Invited Presentation to NGO as part of an environmental film series. “Challenges for conserving and protecting Utah’s fishes”. Presented at SwanerEco Center, Park City, UT, July 15, 2009. (July 2009 - July 2009)
  323. Daniel Roby Interviewed by Audubon Magazine for article on restoring seabird colonies (July 2009 - July 2009)
  324. Chuck Berry Jr Berry, C. 2009. Making Sense of Science Stories. South Dakota Wildlife Federation, Out of Doors 49(6):1, 7. (July 2009 - July 2009)
  325. Steven Chipps Interviewed by reporter Paul Guggenheimer on South Dakota Public Broadcasting Service radio (Dakota Mid Day) about the fish mercury study. (June 2009 - June 2009)
  326. Daniel Roby Interviewed by the Tri-City Herald (Washington) for article on implementing the Caspian Tern Management Plan for the Columbia River Estuary (June 2009 - June 2009)
  327. Alan Friedlander Public lecture at Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve: "Fishes, fishing, and Hawaii's coral reefs" (June 2009 - June 2009)
  328. Matthew Kauffman Organized and lead panel on wolf-moose interactions. North American Moose Conference, Pocatello, ID. June 14, 2009. (June 2009 - June 2009)
  329. Phaedra Budy Invited Presentation to Cache Anglers, Local Chapter of Trout Unlimited. “Eight years of trout research on the Logan River: what have we learned? Options for BCT restoration” Presented in Logan, UT, June 10, 2009. (June 2009 - June 2009)
  330. Chuck Berry Jr Berry, C. 2009. From Science to Fishing Technology. South Dakota Out of Doors 49(6):4,6. (June 2009 - June 2009)
  331. Steven Chipps Fisheries research on mercury issues was featured on the South Dakota State University website http://www.sdstate.edu/news/articles/mercury.cfm. (June 2009 - June 2009)
  332. Steven Chipps Summer 2009 edition of STATE [98(2):10-11] featured an article on studies of didymo, the diatom covering the rocks of some Black Hills streams. (June 2009 - June 2009)
  333. Steven Chipps An article about the lake sturgeon blood study was published in The Daily Journal of International Falls, Minnesota, titled "Lake sturgeon project helps evaluate population." (May 2009 - May 2009)
  334. William Krohn Krohn, W. B. "Come Back of the Snowshoe Cat: The Story of Canada Lynx in Maine." Invited presentation to Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Association. Oquossoc, ME.



    (May 2009 - May 2009)
  335. Daniel Roby Presented a lecture to the Mid-Columbia National Wildlife Refuges entitled “Status of piscivorous colonial waterbirds on the mid-Columbia River: colony sizes and trends for Caspian terns, double-crested cormorants, and other species nesting on the Columbia Plateau”, Burbank WA (May 2009 - May 2009)
  336. Steven Chipps A new project investigating early life-history of pallid sturgeon was recently highlighted in the Brookings Register, Brookings, South Dakota. (May 2009 - May 2009)
  337. Chuck Berry Jr Assisted with Big Sioux Water Development District's 2009 Water Festival activities. (May 2009 - May 2009)
  338. Steven Chipps Assisted with 2009 Water Festival activities; discussed the fish and wildlife resources of South Dakota to area 4th graders. (May 2009 - May 2009)
  339. Daniel Roby Interviewed by Columbia Basin Bulletin for article on Caspian tern management in the Columbia River estuary (May 2009 - May 2009)
  340. Jim Peterson Presentation about local fauna to students at Oglethorpe County (GA) Elementary School. (May 2009 - May 2009)
  341. Clay Pierce Interviewed by Ames Tribune for article about practical problem-solving student projects in Fisheries Science class. Hosted class visit by journalist. Provided background material. (April 2009 - April 2009)
  342. Cyndy Loftin Fishless lakes research featured in article published in New York Times Science Page (28 April 2009)
    (April 2009 - April 2009)
  343. William Krohn W. B. Krohn, and Ph.D. student Erin Simons, quoted in an article in The Boston Globe
    entitled “Lynx and logging share interests: natural habitat is at risk as clear-cutting fades,
    “ by Murray Carpenter. Page 5 of the Business Section.


    (April 2009 - April 2009)
  344. Alan Friedlander Maganize interview on marine protected areas with Green: Hawaii's sustainable living magazine. http://www.greenmagazinehawaii.com/QA_v1-1.html (April 2009 - April 2009)
  345. Daniel Roby Gave a lecture on efforts to restore Caspian terns as a nesting species in the Upper Klamath Basin to the Jefferson Fish Society, Klamath Falls OR. (April 2009 - April 2009)
  346. William Krohn Krohn, W. B. “Manly Hardy (1832-1910): Early Maine Naturalists and Wildlife Writer.”
    Invited presentation to the Bangor Nature Club, First Congregational Church, Brewer,
    ME.

    (April 2009 - April 2009)
  347. Chuck Berry Jr Berry, C. 2009. Energy development meets fish and wildlife science. Out of Doors 49(4):4/6. (April 2009 - April 2009)
  348. Daniel Roby Interviewed by The Oregonian newspaper for article on Caspian terns nesting at new island built by the Army Corps of Engineers (March 2009 - March 2009)
  349. Daniel Roby Interviewed by Smithsonian Magazine on restoration of salmon to the Columbia River (March 2009 - March 2009)
  350. Duane Diefenbach Provided overview of white-tailed deer research in Pennsylvania to the SE Pennsylvania State Chapter of the Quality Deer Management Association (March 2009 - March 2009)
  351. William Krohn Krohn, W. B. "Return of the Canada Lynx to Maine: Why?." Invited presentation to the
    Sportsman’s Show of the Penobscot County Conservation Association, University of
    Maine, Orono.
    (March 2009 - March 2009)
  352. Matthew Kauffman Panelist, Research Partnership Panel. Forest and Plains Research Symposium, University of Wyoming. Laramie, Wyoming. March 09, 2009. (March 2009 - March 2009)
  353. Chuck Berry Jr Featured in a newspaper article about the Year of Science in the Brookings Register. (March 2009 - March 2009)
  354. Scott Bonar Bonar, S.A. 2009. How the California Fish and Game turned community opinion around. Island Press Author’s Blog. Discusses the Lake Davis controversy and how it was handled by the CDFG.

    (March 2009 - March 2009)
  355. Chuck Berry Jr Berry, C. R. 2009. Fish and Wildlife Science on the Hot Seat. Out of Doors 49(2):4,6. (February 2009 - February 2009)
  356. Scott Bonar Bonar, S.A. 2009. Don’t wait, Communicate. Island Press Author’s Blog. Discusses the importance of communication skills in Natural Resources. (February 2009 - February 2009)
  357. Matthew Kauffman Research update on Absaroka Elk Ecology Project given to the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission, January 29, 2009. (January 2009 - January 2009)
  358. Daniel Roby Interviewed by The Oregonian newspaper on a major die-off of endangered California brown pelicans in Oregon (January 2009 - January 2009)
  359. Chuck Berry Jr Berry, C. 2009. Welcome to the Year of Science. Water Resources Institute Water News 5(1):1-3. (January 2009 - January 2009)
  360. Scott Bonar Bonar, S. A. 2008. Web Site: The conservation professionals guide to working with people. Available at www.workingwithpeoplebook.com (January 2009 - January 2009)
  361. Jim Long Seminar on the Chattahoochee River given to The Lovett School, Atlanta, Georgia (January 2008 - December 2008)
  362. Jim Long Talk on the Status of the Chattahoochee River tailwater fishery given to the Tailwater Chapter, Trout Unlimited, Buford, GA. (January 2008 - December 2008)
  363. Clay Pierce Interviewed for Iowa Outdoors magazine about carp monitoring and removal as part of the Clear Lake Ecosystem Simulation Model project. Provided follow-up documentation and photos. (December 2008 - December 2008)
  364. Annika Walters Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo Bioblitz (fish team) (January 2008 - December 2008)
  365. Daniel Roby Interviewed by the Columbia Basin Bulletin for 2 articles on changes in colony size of fish-eating birds in the Columbia River estuary and the Columbia Plateau (December 2008 - December 2008)
  366. Glenn VanBlaricom Non-technical presentation on ecological effects of geoduck aquaculture operations on natural ecosystems of southern Puget Sound, Washington. Centers for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence, Communicating Ocean and Marine Science Workshop. University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA. (November 2008 - November 2008)
  367. Matthew Kauffman Panelist, Conservation Leaders Panel, Wyoming Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Sheridan, Wyoming. November 20, 2008. (November 2008 - November 2008)
  368. Steven Chipps Coordinated with Game, Fish and Parks staff to provide stocking/angling data for South Dakota muskies/tiger muskies for an upcoming publication of Muskies magazine. (November 2008 - November 2008)
  369. Daniel Roby Interviewed by Terra, a periodical publication of Oregon State University, for article on salmon restoration in the Pacific Northwest (November 2008 - November 2008)
  370. Clay Pierce Interviewed for Mason City Globe Gazette newspaper about carp monitoring and removal as part of the Clear Lake Ecosystem Simulation Model project. (November 2008 - November 2008)
  371. Chuck Berry Jr Reviewed the Unit?s stream fish databases with Department of Environment and Natural Resources staff. (November 2008 - November 2008)
  372. Colleen Caldwell Research was highlighted via public broadcasting network: "Raising Fish in the Desert" Aggie Almanac Program #91 (aired 11/13/2008, 11/15/2008, and 11/16/2008) on KRWG-TV Weekly Magazine Show). http://www.krwgtv.org/almanac/AA_91.html (November 2008 - November 2008)
  373. Scott Bonar Recestar, M., and Bonar, S. A. 2008. New temperature tolerance studies on Apache trout (Oncorhynchus Apache). Fish Soup – AFS AZ/NM Chapter. Fall 2008:5. (November 2008 - November 2008)
  374. Matthew Kauffman Keynote speaker. Are wolves really saving aspen? Beast Feast, Annual Fundraising Dinner for Student Chapter of Wyoming TWS. November 03, 2008. (November 2008 - November 2008)
  375. Petra Wood Worked with WVU graduate students to develop posters and demo materials for USGS open house in Reston (November 2008 - November 2008)
  376. Chuck Berry Jr Invited keynote address, Eastern South Dakota Water Conference, Brookings, South Dakota. (October 2008 - October 2008)
  377. Chuck Berry Jr Provided fish survey data for the Cheyenne River to South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks. (October 2008 - October 2008)
  378. Scott Bonar Fridgen, C. 2008. Book Review: The conservation professional’s guide to working with people. Scott A. Bonar. Environmental Practice 10:81. Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s book (October 2008 - October 2008)
  379. Scott Bonar Heather K. Catuzo 2008. The Conservation Professional’s Guide to Working with People Scott A. Bonar. Ecological Restoration. 26(3): 276-277; Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s book. (October 2008 - October 2008)
  380. Scott Bonar Sanchez, D. M. 2008. Bonar, S. A. 2007. The conservation professional’s guide to working with people. Journal of Mammalogy, 89(3):791–792. Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s book. (October 2008 - October 2008)
  381. Chuck Berry Jr Provided fish inventory data for the lower Big Sioux River to Iowa Department of Natural Resources. (October 2008 - October 2008)
  382. Daniel Roby Maintains a website that provides technical information and outreach related to research, monitoring, and evaluation of avian predation on juvenile salmonids in the Columbia Basin, www.birdresearchnw.org (October 2008 - October 2008)
  383. Daniel Roby Sponsored a PolarTREC teacher to participate in field research on the Pribilof Islands, Alaska as part of the Bering Sea Integrated Ecosystem Research Program, and participated in webinar for the public on seabird research in the Bering Sea (October 2008 - October 2008)
  384. Robert Anthony Interview with ABC News on Unit research on competition between barred owls and spotted owls (September 2008 - September 2008)
  385. Mark Wipfli Assisted with World Water Monitoring Days at the Chena River, Fairbanks, Alaska, in conjunction with Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation and Tanana Valley Advisory Board. (September 2008 - September 2008)
  386. Anna Chalfoun Meeting with Wyoming Game & Fish Department re: State Wildlife Action Plan revision (2008) (September 2008 - September 2008)
  387. Phaedra Budy Lead a field trip and presented field stream-side presentation to the Spawn Creek Passive Restoration and Research Study Site located in Logan Canyon,UT for the Trout Unlimited (TU) national convention, held at Snowbird, UT (September 11-14, 2008). (September 2008 - September 2008)
  388. Scott Bonar Sekercioglu, C. H. 2008. People skills for the conservation professional. Ecology 89(3)882-883, Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s book, “The conservation professional’s guide to working with people”. (September 2008 - September 2008)
  389. Scott Bonar Mills, Helena. 2008. The Conservation Professional’s Guide to Working with People. Ecological Management and Restoration. 9:164. Describes and reviews Scott Bonar’s book. (September 2008 - September 2008)
  390. Glenn VanBlaricom Non-technical article on the bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus) for the 2010 edition of the World Book Encyclopedia (World Book, Inc., Chicago, Illinois, USA). (September 2008 - September 2008)
  391. Randy Stewart October, 2008, Co-presenter, workshop entitled. “Sharks and the Animals that Pester Them.” Presented at, Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics conference, MTSU (September 2008 - September 2008)
  392. Phaedra Budy Testing the Waters. The Herald Journal, Logan, Utah. Friday, 15 August 2008 (August 2008 - August 2008)
  393. Chuck Berry Jr Provided information on Louella Cable for a project on the role of women in conservation. (August 2008 - August 2008)
  394. Carl Schreck As Co-Chair Oregon Independent Miltidisciplinary Science Team made briefings on Salmon and Watershed Restoration Information needs to Governor's Natural Resources Council (August 2008 - August 2008)
  395. Chuck Berry Jr Briefed faculty on copyright issues. (August 2008 - August 2008)
  396. Cecil Jennings I am featured in a Science Textbook aimed at Third Grade students in the State of GA. The feature deals with my work as a Fisheries Scientist and how my work contributes to fish conservation within the state. (August 2008 - August 2008)
  397. Chuck Berry Jr Presented a half-day field experience for youth and their parents that emphasized the process of applied fisheries science and monitoring. (August 2008 - August 2008)
  398. Jim Long Interview with Ted Hall of WXIA TV (11Alive) news in Atlanta, GA regarding the Asian swamp eel introduced to the Chattahoochee Nature Center, Roswell, GA. (August 2008 - August 2008)
  399. Christine Ribic Wisconsin Public Television, tree-row removal project featured on "Here and Now" with Frederica Freyberg, July 2008. (July 2008 - July 2008)
  400. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 12-16) (July 2008 - July 2008)
  401. Chuck Berry Jr Overview of the book titled History of Fisheries and Fishing in South Dakota presented at the weekly meeting of the Golden Kiwanis Club, Brookings. (July 2008 - July 2008)
  402. Clint Boal Air raid. 2008. Article focused on aggression by Mississippi kites toward humans in Lubbock Texas, and interviewed the scientist relating to the behavioral aspects of the species and his research with them. Published in the Daily Toreador, Texas Tech University, July 2008. (July 2008 - July 2008)
  403. Phaedra Budy Four years ago a group set out to protect a local stream... The Herald Journal, Logan, Utah, Friday, 11 July 2008. (July 2008 - July 2008)
  404. Walt Duffy One hour interview to discuss Klamath River and dam removal on public radio. (June 2008 - June 2008)
  405. J. Michael Scott Invited Co-Presenter, H&H Natural Resources Law Retrea, "Demographics, Goods and Services: Oikos Opportunities in Our World of Change" (June 2008 - June 2008)
  406. Anna Chalfoun Interviewed for “Assignment Earth” film “Bike paths and birds” focused on research in the Tetons:
    http://www.youtube.com/user/assignearth (June 2008 - June 2008)
  407. Christopher Jennelle Jennelle, C.S., M.D. Samuel, C. A. Nolden and E.A. Berkley. Scavenger Communities, deer carcass decomposition, and chronic wasting disease transmission risk. Interagency CWD Health and Science Team meeting, Madison, WI, May 19, 2008. (May 2008 - May 2008)
  408. Walt Duffy Authored editorial on dam removal (May 2008 - May 2008)
  409. Robert Anthony Interview with Jeff Lynch of Smithsonian Magazine on Unit research on competition between barred owls and spotted owls (May 2008 - May 2008)
  410. Robert Anthony Interview with Tim Todd of High Country News on Unit Research on competition between barred owls and spotted owls (May 2008 - May 2008)
  411. Petra Wood Wood, P.B. 2008. The Sky Blue Bird of the Forest. West Virginia Wildlife 8(1):14-16. (May 2008 - May 2008)
  412. Chuck Berry Jr South Dakota Fish Book full of History. American Fisheries Society Fish History Section Newsletter, Spring Issue ? May 2008:5-6. (April 2008 - April 2008)
  413. Phaedra Budy Earth Day Environmental Explorations. On the Watershed Sciences Department at Utah State University conducted an Earth Day activity involving environmental explorations for two Cache Valley high schools. As part of the Earth Day event, the Fish Ecology Lab of the Utah Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit, demonstrated fish sampling techniques including electrofishing, stomach pumping for stomach content analysis and fish tagging. We then discussed the information we gained from sampling, answered questions, and discussed a few bigger picture issues about the environment in general. We interacted with seven groups of between 5-8 students (April 22, 2008). (April 2008 - April 2008)
  414. Steven Chipps Helped the local Cub Scout Pack (Pack 4) earn their Wildlife Conservation Award by hosting a workshop on endangered species at South Dakota State University. (April 2008 - April 2008)
  415. Kevin Pope Talk entitled "Influence of weather on wildlife" that was co-presented with Larkin A. Powell and presented at the Central Plains Severe Weather Symposium hosted by the University of Nebraska--Lincoln. (March 2008 - March 2008)
  416. Phaedra Budy ‘Evaluating the effectiveness of stream bank and riparian protection in restoring the water quality, stream habitat, and fish community of an important trout, spawning stream: Spawn Creek, Utah’. Presentation to: Public as invited and coordinated by the Utah Watershed Coordinating Council. Phaedra Budy, Eriek Hansen, and Gary Thiede, March 19, 2008. (March 2008 - March 2008)
  417. Lucas Borgstrom Represented the Dakota Chapter at the Rivers and Streams Technical Committee Meeting in Quad Cities; reported on Dakota Chapter activities. (March 2008 - March 2008)
  418. Matthew Kauffman Wyoming Land Conservation Initiative Field Briefing in Rock Springs and Pinedale Wyoming to USGS Central Region Director, Science Coordinator and BRD Program Director (March 2008 - March 2008)
  419. Chuck Berry Jr Presented a talk on a new book titled History of Fisheries and Fishing in South Dakota. (March 2008 - March 2008)
  420. Steven Chipps Attended the Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) fisheries staff meeting in Rapid City. Visited field sites with GFP staff to select sampling locations for a new project investigating Didymoshpenia geminata in the Black Hills. (March 2008 - March 2008)
  421. Chuck Berry Jr South Dakota?s Water Estate. Quality on Tap, Magazine of the Kingbrook Rural Water System, 3(4):8-9. (March 2008 - March 2008)
  422. Clay Pierce Gave a talk to the Iowa Natural Resource Commission titled "The Iowa Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit: Natural Resource Science Contributions to Iowa and the Nation". (February 2008 - February 2008)
  423. Robert Anthony Briefing to BLM State Director on Demography and Population Genetics of Northern Spotted Owls (February 2008 - February 2008)
  424. Christine Ribic News Article, Large-scale effort needed to save grassland birds, The Capital Times Outdoor section, 23 January 2008. (January 2008 - January 2008)
  425. Steven Chipps Provided data on fish mercury concentrations sampled from South Dakota lakes from 2000-present to Ethel Austin Martin Program on the National Children Study. (January 2008 - January 2008)
  426. Steven Chipps Provided an overview of fish mercury sampling and factors influencing mercury contamination in walleyes (January 2008 - January 2008)
  427. Hal Schramm Jr. Eddies. A publication highlighting the fisheries activities of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Contributor and editorial board (January 2008 - January 2008)
  428. Jim Long Seminar on the Chattahoochee River given to The Walker School, Marietta, Georgia (January 2007 - December 2007)
  429. Jim Long Talk given on Native fish of the Chattahoochee River to Chattahoochee Nature Center, Roswell, GA. (January 2007 - December 2007)
  430. Jim Long Talk on Rainbow trout spawning in warmwater tributaries of the Chattahoochee River given to Georgia Women FlyFishers, Marietta, GA. (January 2007 - December 2007)
  431. David Galat Galat interview and quote: CAFNR CornerPost. Water Resources Development Act makes big waves in Congress by Katie Maupin. (December 2007 - December 2007)
  432. David Galat Galat intreview and quote: CAFNR CornerPost. Water Resources Development Act makes big waves in Congress by Katie Maupin. (December 2007 - December 2007)
  433. David Galat Information to Marc Herquet Big Rivers Magazine on Upper MS restoration. (November 2007 - November 2007)
  434. David Galat Information to Marc Herquet, Big Rivers Magazine on Uppers Mississippi restoration. (November 2007 - November 2007)
  435. Dewayne Fox Hightower, J. E., K. J. Magowan, L. M. Brown, and D. A. Fox. 2007. Estimating anadromous fish abundance using a DIDSON multibeam sonar. Alden Research Laboratory, Holden, Massachusetts. (Invited workshop presentation) (October 2007 - October 2007)
  436. Joseph Hightower Hightower, J. E.. 2007. Effects of dams on migration and spawning of anadromous fishes. U. S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, Raleigh, North Carolina. October 17, 2007. (October 2007 - October 2007)
  437. Robert Anthony Briefing to BLM State Director on Demography Briefing to Deputy Associate Director of the Department of Interior, Lynn Scarlett on Demography and Population Genetics of Spotted Owls (October 2007 - October 2007)
  438. Chuck Berry Jr Lead a group of eight scouts in fish anatomy, dissection, and filleting. (October 2007 - October 2007)
  439. Carl Schreck As Co-Chair Oregon Independent Miltidisciplinary Science Team made briefs to Governor's Office, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, and NOAA on Mid-Columbia Rive Steelhead Recovery plan (October 2007 - October 2007)
  440. Chuck Berry Jr Topeka shiner distribution in the area of a proposed hog confinement industry was provided to a future neighbor to the hog shed. (September 2007 - September 2007)
  441. H. Percival 6 Interviews with news print reporters about alligators in FL (September 2007 - September 2007)
  442. Chuck Berry Jr Took the Boy Scouts sampling to explain how biologists get information needed to make regulations. (September 2007 - September 2007)
  443. Phil Bettoli Presented additional findings on the accidental take of pallid sturgeon in a commercial fishery for shovelnose sturgeon to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission. (September 2007 - September 2007)
  444. Phil Bettoli Interviewed by the host of Tennessee Outdoors, a radio program carried by WPLN in Nashville, Tennessee, regarding recent topics in sport fish research in Tennessee. (September 2007 - September 2007)
  445. Steven Ranney Taught Cub Scouts how to fish. (September 2007 - September 2007)
  446. Alan Friedlander Legislative briefing to the Hawaii State Senate Water and Land Committee on declining marine resources and the need for spatial management (September 2007 - September 2007)
  447. Mike Samuel Samuel, M.D. 2007. Chronic wasting disease in Wisconsin: Lessons learned. Invited presentation at University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE. 5 September 2007. (September 2007 - September 2007)
  448. Randy Stewart October, 2007, Co-presenter, workshop entitled. “Sharks and the Animals that Pester Them.” Presented at, Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics conference, MTSU (September 2007 - September 2007)
  449. Phil Bettoli Presented findings on tournament mortality of largemouth bass to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission. (August 2007 - August 2007)
  450. Mike Samuel Samuel, M.D. 2007. CWD Research. Wisconsin Coverts Project Workshop, 25 August, 2007. (August 2007 - August 2007)
  451. David Galat Meagan Perry, Legislative Assistant, Senator Christopher Bond (August 2007 - August 2007)
  452. Christine Ribic News Article, Can biofuels rescue America's prairies?, New Scientist, 18 August 2007 (August 2007 - August 2007)
  453. Phaedra Budy Shocking (for) Results. The Herald Journal. Logan, Utah. Friday August 17, 2007. (August 2007 - August 2007)
  454. Barry Grand Alabama Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation Board - Estimating size and structure of wild turkey populations in Alabama. Aliceville, AL August 2007. (August 2007 - August 2007)
  455. Craig Paukert Wrote popular article for the Kansas Wildlife and Parks magazine called 'Cats in the Kaw' about current research on flathead catfish management in the Kansas River. (August 2007 - August 2007)
  456. Stuart Welsh Welsh, S.A. 2006. The incredible journey of the American eel. West Virginia Wildlife Magazine, quarterly publication by West Virginia Division of Natural Resources. (August 2007 - August 2007)
  457. Matthew Kauffman Faculty of 1000 Biology: evaluation of Kauffman et al. 2007. Landscape heterogeneity shapes predation in a newly restored predator-prey system. Ecology Letters 10:690–700. http://f1000biology.com/guardpages/evaluation/1088360/ (July 2007 - July 2007)
  458. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 12-16) (July 2007 - July 2007)
  459. Matthew Kauffman Talk entitled "Evaluating the influence of bottom-up and top-down control of Shiras moose demography in the Jackson Herd Unit", given to the board of the Teton County Conservation District, Jackson, WY. (July 2007 - July 2007)
  460. Stuart Welsh American eel workshop, Hampshire County 4-H Camp (students in grades 3 - 5), 25 July 2007. (July 2007 - July 2007)
  461. Alan Afton Interviewed by writer and provided input and manuscript review to editor of Minnesota Conservation Volunteer magazine, for an article on Scaup published in the September-October 2007 issue of Volume 70, Number 414, pages 8-17. (July 2007 - July 2007)
  462. H. Percival Radio interview (WRUF- Alligator/Human Interactions in FL (July 2007 - July 2007)
  463. Christine Ribic News Artilce, UW-Madison?s Antarctic Projects, Wisconsin State Journal, Section A7, 17 July 2007. (July 2007 - July 2007)
  464. Christine Ribic Wisconsin Endangered Birds, University of the Air, Wisconsin Public Radio featuring Kevin Ellison, 15 July 2007. (July 2007 - July 2007)
  465. Chuck Berry Jr Asked to comment on the presence of the Topeka shiner in a stream near the proposed oil refinery near Elk Point, South Dakota; provided maps from Iowa, Minnesota, and South Dakota showing that presence of Topeka shiner was possible but unlikely. (July 2007 - July 2007)
  466. Martha Mather Ipswich Rotary Speaker Coauthor (July 2007 - July 2007)
  467. Barry Grand Superfund Committee of the Alabama Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation - Estimating size and structure of wild turkey populations in Alabama. Cedar Bluff, AL June 2007 (June 2007 - June 2007)
  468. Phil Bettoli Presented preliminary findings on the accidental take of pallid sturgeon in a commercial fishery for shovelnose sturgeon to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission. (June 2007 - June 2007)
  469. Clint Boal Lead interviewee for newspaper article on bald eagles successfully using a man-made nest in the prairie grasslands. Amarillo Globe-News. (June 2007 - June 2007)
  470. Mike Samuel Article, Wasting in the Wild: Understanding the perplexing challenges of managing Chronic Wasting Disease. The Wildlife Professional, Summer 2007. (June 2007 - June 2007)
  471. Christine Ribic News Article, We're Losing Birds, Wisconsin State Journal, Section A1, 14 June 2007. (June 2007 - June 2007)
  472. David Galat 23 May 2007, Chris Blank Associated Press ? Effects conservation public lands on height of MOR floods (May 2007 - May 2007)
  473. David Galat 10 May 2007. Interview for NPR radio KWMU, St Louis, on river floods and floodplains (May 2007 - May 2007)
  474. Chuck Berry Jr Provided University of South Dakota with information on catching brook sticklebacks and predicted their presence in a Vermillion lake tributary using fish distribution maps. (April 2007 - April 2007)
  475. Jon Flinders Invited talk on "Growth and condition of brown and rainbow trout in catch and release areas of Bull Shoals and Norfork tailwaters." to Bella Vista Fly Fishers. (April 2007 - April 2007)
  476. Phil Bettoli Spoke about trout research in tailwaters of the state to the Clinch River Chapter of Trout Unlimited, Norris, TN. (April 2007 - April 2007)
  477. Phaedra Budy Bear River Watershed Festival, American West Heritage Center, April, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2007. Booth with a live exhibit of native and introduced fishes of the Bear River, undergraduate poster presentation of the fishes of the Bear River and Fish Jeopardy Games for children. (April 2007 - April 2007)
  478. Steven Chipps Hibernating Muskies: do muskies really sleep all winter? Muskies Magazine, April (2007):32-33. (April 2007 - April 2007)
  479. Steven Chipps Provided Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe data on mercury in Big Sioux River fishes. (March 2007 - March 2007)
  480. Aaron Cushing Invited talk titled "Effects of catch and release ares on movement and survival of resident rainbow trout in Arkansas tailwaters" to Trout Unlimited (March 2007 - March 2007)
  481. Clinton Moore Moore, C. T. Matrix-based models in wildlife and plant ecology. Oconee County High School, 1 March 2007, Watkinsville, GA. (March 2007 - March 2007)
  482. Chuck Berry Jr On an East Dakota Water Development District watershed education video describing the meaning of a watershed. (February 2007 - February 2007)
  483. Phaedra Budy Trout Unlimited- Cache Anglers. Annual presentation on the ecology of Logan River native trout, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007. (February 2007 - February 2007)
  484. Aaron Cushing Cushing, A.W. and D.D. Magoulick. 2007. Movement & Mortality of Rainbow Trout in the Catch and Release Areas of Arkansas Tailwaters. AGFC Trout Fishing Guidebook. (January 2007 - January 2007)
  485. Milo Richmond Assisted in writing proposals and securing funding for demontration workshops on subjects including: Vernal pools, Wetland Values, Forest Management for Wildlife, and Wildlife Monitoring. Programs delivered through N.Y. Cooperative Extension Contracted Programs. (January 2007 - January 2007)
  486. Jim Long Talk on Aquatic ecology in the southeast and the role of the National Park Service given to Vickery Creek Middle School Environmental Club, Cumming GA. (January 2006 - December 2006)
  487. Jim Long Talk on Aquatic ecology in the southeast and the role of the National Park Service given to The Walker School, Marietta, GA. (January 2006 - December 2006)
  488. Jim Long Talk on Rainbow trout spawning in warmwater tributaries of the Chattahoochee River given to Cohutta Chapter, Trout Unlimited, Marietta, GA. (January 2006 - December 2006)
  489. Mike Samuel Article, Breaking the Chain of Disease Transmission, USGS GeoHealth Newsletter, December, 2006. (December 2006 - December 2006)
  490. Martha Mather Coauthor, Marthas Vinyard Surfcasters Annual Banquet Presentation (December 2006 - December 2006)
  491. Clint Boal Primary interviewee for article on man made nest and bald eagles nesting in prairie grasslands of the Texas Panhandle. Amarillo Globe-News. (November 2006 - November 2006)
  492. Dan Magoulick Invited talk titled "Trout and their prey base" to Ft. Smith Fly Fishers (November 2006 - November 2006)
  493. Mike Samuel News Article, Wildlife Specialists Hope Shorter Gun Season Will Help Curb CWD Spread, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, October, 2006. (October 2006 - October 2006)
  494. Mike Samuel TV Show on Feeding and Baiting with Dave Carlson, Northland Adventures program, October, 2006. (October 2006 - October 2006)
  495. Christine Ribic News Article, Nest-wrecking cows caught on tape, Birder's World, October 2006. (October 2006 - October 2006)
  496. Mike Samuel TV show on Feeding and Baiting with Dave Carlson, Northland Adventures Program, October, 2006 (October 2006 - October 2006)
  497. Peggy Wilzbach Jacoby Creek Elementary School salmon presentation (October 2006 - October 2006)
  498. Peggy Wilzbach Presentation on salmon biology, Jacoby Creek Elementary School (October 2006 - October 2006)
  499. Christine Ribic News Article, Nest-wrecking cows caught on tape, Birder's World, October 2006. (October 2006 - October 2006)
  500. Christine Ribic News Article, Nest-wrecking cows caught on tape, Birder's World, Octoer 2006. (October 2006 - October 2006)
  501. Mike Samuel Article on Feeding and Baiting in the Wisconsin DNR ? Landowner newsletter, October, 2006. (October 2006 - October 2006)
  502. Matthew Kauffman Talk entitled "Wildlife dynamics and impacts: research experience and future directions" given to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's Wildlife Supervisors Meeting, Medicine Bow, WY. (September 2006 - September 2006)
  503. Kenneth Pollock Bacheler, N.M., S.M. Burdick, J.E. Hightower, J.A. Buckel, L.M. Paramore, and K.H. Pollock. Estimating vital rates for North Carolina red drum from tagging experiments. Cape Lookout Flyfisher's Association, September 20, 2006. (September 2006 - September 2006)
  504. Randy Stewart October, 2006; Co-speaker, workshop entitled “Sharks and the Animals that Pester Them.” presented at, Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics conference, MTSU (September 2006 - September 2006)
  505. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 12-16) (July 2006 - July 2006)
  506. Brad Griffith Griffith, B. July 2006. Variability in climate warming: Effects on wildlife habitats and populations. Invited presentation, Denali Foundation Science Series, Denali National Park and Preserve, AK. (July 2006 - July 2006)
  507. Robert Carline Advised local TU group on stream site selection for restoration- 2 half day trips (July 2006 - July 2006)
  508. Brad Griffith Griffith, B. July 2006. Climate change implications for wildlife and their habitats in the North. Invited speaker, International Polar Year Lecture Series, University of Alaska Fairbanks. (July 2006 - July 2006)
  509. Kevin Pope Talk entitled "Effects of Catch-and-release Angling on Growth and Survival of Largemouth Bass" that was presented to the Nebraska B.A.S.S. Federation (July 2006 - July 2006)
  510. Chuck Berry Jr With students, removed 125 trout from the kids' fishing pond; fish were leftovers after kids' fishing weekend, handicapped fishing events, and other fishing activities at the pond in June. (June 2006 - June 2006)
  511. David Galat 18 May 2006, KTIV TV, Sioux City, IA. Television interview at MRNRC meeting as USGS employee. Questions about spring rise and pallid sturgeon. (May 2006 - May 2006)
  512. Robert Carline Conducted field trip on stream sampling for senior volunteers (May 2006 - May 2006)
  513. Glenn VanBlaricom Invited verbal presentation on telemetric methods for study of the ecology of free-ranging marine mammals. Seattle Chapter of the American Society for Professional Engineers. Seattle, Washington, USA. (May 2006 - May 2006)
  514. Glenn VanBlaricom Invited verbal presentation on the biology of sea otters to two classes (one pre-school, one elementary school) at Labyrinth Cooperative Home School, Sammamish, Washington, USA. (May 2006 - May 2006)
  515. Robert Carline Gave a talk and moderated a public forum on surface water issue (May 2006 - May 2006)
  516. Craig Paukert Developed a newsletter on the fisheries activities of the Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit (May 2006 - May 2006)
  517. Glenn VanBlaricom Poster and equipment presentations relating to marine mammal research activities of the Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. "Washington Weekend" public open house, University of Washington, Seattle. (April 2006 - April 2006)
  518. Clay Pierce Developed and provided descriptive posters for public display at visitor centers in Voyageurs National Park. Posters showcase results of study funded by National Park Service to assess the long term viability of a unique strain of muskellunge found only in Voyageurs. (April 2006 - April 2006)
  519. Walt Duffy Guided Arcata High School students in sampling fish on Jolly Giant Creek for an AP Biology class project. (April 2006 - April 2006)
  520. Elise Irwin Becoming an Outdoors Woman. Taught ABC's of Fly Fishing and Wooly Boogers and Friends Workshops. March 2006 (March 2006 - March 2006)
  521. Robert Carline Gave a talk on groundwater issues and moderated a public forum (February 2006 - February 2006)
  522. Chuck Berry Jr Supplied a list to Game, Fish and Parks (C. Soupir) of fishes that are in streams that will be crossed by a gas pipeline from Canada. (February 2006 - February 2006)
  523. David Galat 7 February, Washington, DC. Briefed Mitch King, FWS Regional Director Region 6, Dale Hall, FWS Director and Sue Haseltine Asst Director Biology, USGS on state of MOR Science. Participated in Meeting with these individuals and Kathy Copeland, Council on Environmental Quality and NW Division USACE senior staff to discuss state of MOR science. (February 2006 - February 2006)
  524. Chuck Berry Jr Briefed biologists from the two agencies on the results of the Topeka shiner studies and discussed relevance to current agency programs and policies in Huron, South Dakota. (January 2006 - January 2006)
  525. Kevin Pope Talk entitled "Effects of Catch-and-release Angling on Fish" that was presented to the Isaak Walton League of America, Nebraska Division (January 2006 - January 2006)
  526. Clint Boal Invited Panel Member; Panel session on the ecology, management and research needs for goshawks in Japan. International Symposium on Goshawks, Raptor-Japan, Tokyo, Japan (January 2006 - January 2006)
  527. Robert Carline Gave a talk on wastewater issues and moderated a public forum (January 2006 - January 2006)
  528. Robert Carline Organized presentations on economic evaluations of recreational fishing (January 2006 - January 2006)
  529. Elise Irwin Interview Article-Jackson, K. 2006. First adaptive management implemented in Southeast on Tallapoosa River. Ag Illustrated:3(2) (http://www.ag.auburn.edu/adm/comm/agillustrated/Winter06/agec.html#fish) (January 2006 - January 2006)
  530. Jim Long Talk on Aquatic ecology in the southeast and the role of the National Park Service given to The Walker School, Marietta, GA. (January 2005 - December 2005)
  531. Chuck Berry Jr Presented an overview of the Unit program to the Board of Directors, East Dakota Water Development District; emphasized Big Sioux River Basin research. (December 2005 - December 2005)
  532. Rolf Koford Member of the academic panel in a 1-day workshop, "Beginning Your Professional Journey," at the 66th Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI, December 2005. (December 2005 - December 2005)
  533. John Bissonette Ph.D. Pechacek, P., Ph.D. 2005. External Reviewer to the Evaluation Committee for the Postdoctoral Habilitation Thesis: How do animals use their habitat. Behavioral studies as the basis for conservation biology. Albert Ludwigs Universität (Universität Freiburg), Freiburg Germany (Supervisor: I. Storch). (November 2005 - November 2005)
  534. Phil Bettoli Interviewed by a reporter for Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment for a story on paddlefish conservation and management, which appeared in volume 9(3). (November 2005 - November 2005)
  535. Phil Bettoli Interviewed by Natioanl Public Radio for a piece on paddlefish conservation, which aired nationwide. (October 2005 - October 2005)
  536. Phil Bettoli Interviewed by a reporter for the Charlotte-Observer (NC) newspaper, for an article on trout biology in Tennessee rivers. (October 2005 - October 2005)
  537. Rolf Koford Talk given to Wind/Wildlife Forum, held in Des Moines, Iowas, and sponsored by the Iowa Dept. Natural Resources and The Nature Conservancy. (October 2005 - October 2005)
  538. Chuck Berry Jr Raw data on fish habitat associations of five species of the Missouri River fishes was requested (R Courtney, Fisheries and Oceans Canada) for use in a workshop on suitability curves; a Canadian hydropeaking site has zero flows at times, government is asking for 75 m3/s. Missouri River data was collected during the Benthic Fishes Study that Fisheries and Oceans thinks may be helpful in their situation. (October 2005 - October 2005)
  539. J. Michael Scott 30-minute interview with a reporter for Science Magazine (October 2005 - October 2005)
  540. Robert Carline Gave presentation on urban development and water resources and moderated a public forum (October 2005 - October 2005)
  541. Steven Chipps Lake restoration at Lake Alvin included pre-drawdown sampling to determine biological baseline conditions. (October 2005 - October 2005)
  542. Melanie Culver Article titled "DNA and the Origins for North American Pumas" for Wild Cat News (October 2005 - October 2005)
  543. Michael Vaughan Interviewed by Channel 10 News about recent bear poaching arrests in Virginia. (September 2005 - September 2005)
  544. Mike Samuel Organizer for a symposium on Disease in Wildlife Populations: Challenges for science and management for The Wildlife Society 12th Annual Conference, Madison, Wisconsin, September 2005. (September 2005 - September 2005)
  545. Robert Carline Provided a display at a one-day public education program sponsored by the ClearWater Conservancy. (September 2005 - September 2005)
  546. Mike Samuel Woodworth, B., C. T. Atkinson, M. D. Samuel, D. LaPointe, and J. A. Ahumada. 2005. Biocomplexity of introduced avian disease in Hawaii: threats to biodiversity of native forest ecosystems. USGS-Factshet. (September 2005 - September 2005)
  547. Mike Samuel Samuel, M. D. 2005. Presentation on CWD spatial patterns to CAIDS groups. Spring Green, Wisconsin, September 2005. (September 2005 - September 2005)
  548. Petra Wood assisted National Geographic Magazine with design for graphic for a mountaintop mining article (September 2005 - September 2005)
  549. Michael Vaughan An article titled "Why not the best? How science failed the Florida panther", which drew heavily on the Florida panther Science Review Team's report to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, and quoted members of the team, including Mike Vaughan, appeared in the September 2005 issue of Public Library of Science (PLOS) Biology (September 2005 - September 2005)
  550. Kris Homel USU Aggie Day on the Quad. Provided information about fish and fisheries research to undergraduate students using visual displays including a tank full of fish. (August 2005 - August 2005)
  551. William Krohn W. B. Krohn was interviewed about his book on Manly Hardy on Maine Outdoors, a weekly radio program. Topics discussed included the reasons for writing the book, content and organization of the book, and the relevancy of the information published to on-going wildlife conservation issues. (August 2005 - August 2005)
  552. Chuck Berry Jr Provided information to Andy Mitzel (COE Regulatory Office) concerning a dam to be built on a Vermillion River tributary; owner plans to stock largemouth bass; Berry's records show bass present since 1950s, but always rare. (August 2005 - August 2005)
  553. Phil Bettoli Radio interview on paddlefish conservation issues aired on the not-for-profit program "Our Ocean World". (August 2005 - August 2005)
  554. Steffen Oppel Web Site developed showing locations for king eider satellite telemetry study: http://mercury.bio.uaf.edu/kingeider (August 2005 - August 2005)
  555. Christopher Guy Articles on whirling disease project (August 2005 - August 2005)
  556. Robert Carline Presented a program on water resources monitoring to the Board of Directors of the ClearWater Conservancy. (August 2005 - August 2005)
  557. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 12-16) (July 2005 - July 2005)
  558. Chuck Berry Jr Newspaper article on Coop Unit Research and Dr. Higgins' 40-year Service pin with photo. (July 2005 - July 2005)
  559. Phil Bettoli Interviewed by a reporter for Wine Spectator (London, UK) for an article on caviar and paddlefish conservation, which appeared in its online magazine. (July 2005 - July 2005)
  560. Duane Diefenbach Provided update on snowshoe hare and cottontail rabbit research to a joint Pennsylvania Game Commission and houndsmen meeting at the Harrisburg Hq of the PGC (June 2005 - June 2005)
  561. Michael Vaughan Provided information to Shery Bithel (Virginia Tech Magazine) for an article on his captive bear research. The article appeared in the Strategist, a Virginia Tech peridodical that goes to alumni. (June 2005 - June 2005)
  562. Megan La Peyre Presentation of research results to SEa GRant Extension agents (June 2005 - June 2005)
  563. Richard Neves Interviewed by Roanoke Times to discuss the release of mussels in 2005 and recovery of mussels killed in 1998 at Cedar Bluff, VA (June 2005 - June 2005)
  564. Richard Neves Interviewed by Bristol Herald Courier to discuss the release of mussels in 2005 and recovery of mussels killed in 1998 at Cedar Bluff, VA . (June 2005 - June 2005)
  565. Victoria Garcia Garcia, V. and C. J. Conway. 2005. When is it time to leave home? Factors that influence natal dispersal age in burrowing owls. Bluebird 27(2):18-19. (June 2005 - June 2005)
  566. Richard Neves Interviewed to discuss the release of mussels in 2005 and recovery of mussels killed in 1998 at Cedar Bluff, VA . (June 2005 - June 2005)
  567. Phil Bettoli Presented paddlefish research findings at three public meetings with commercial fishing interests in Chattanooga, Nashville, and Jackson, TN, June 16-18, 2005. (June 2005 - June 2005)
  568. Robert Carline Provided a display on ecology of crayfish for a one-day public education program sponsored by the PA Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources. (June 2005 - June 2005)
  569. Megan La Peyre Description and sharing of data regarding some research to managers and decision makers with the Coastal Wetlands and Protection, Planning and Restoration Act environmental Working Group PPL 15 (June 2005 - June 2005)
  570. J. Michael Scott Interview with Jeff Young, National Public Radio. Topic: Endangered Species Act and the ESA at 30 Project. June 2005. (June 2005 - June 2005)
  571. Stuart Welsh Cincotta, D.A. and S.A. Welsh. 2005. The moundbuilders. West Virginia Wildlife Volume 5, Number 2 (magazine article on moundbuilding fishes) (June 2005 - June 2005)
  572. Duane Diefenbach Provided a public tour of research grouse study area as part of Migratory Bird Day celebration (May 2005 - May 2005)
  573. Colleen Caldwell Presented research describing the effects of whirling disease in Rio Grande cutthroat trout to the New Mexico Wildlife Federation (May 2005 - May 2005)
  574. Chuck Berry Jr Inventoried fish in the Kids Fishing Pond and helped with a two-day Trout Extravaganza in Brookings, South Dakota. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  575. Kevin Ellison Article, Study shows grassland birds down in numbers, The Capital Times Section 8B, 19 May 2005. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  576. Dave McGuire Evidence of Recent Climate Change in Terrestrial Regions of Alaska, presented to the Bureau of Land Management, Fairbanks, AK. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  577. Walt Duffy Review of CDFG/HSU salmonid curriculum project for elementary schoolchildren. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  578. Karen Strong Karen Strong gave a Public Lecture "Introduction to Important Areas maps", 12 people attended, Orange County Planning Board, Goshen, NY. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  579. Colleen Caldwell Presented research findings of the effects of whirling disease on Rio Grande cutthroat trout to the Mesilla Valley Fly Fishers Association. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  580. Michael Vaughan Interviewed by Liza Cross of the Public Library of Science in CA for an article on Florida panthers. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  581. Phil Bettoli Presented findings of paddlefish research to annual retreat of Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency biologists. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  582. Stacia Backensto "UAF's most wanted birds", by Jennifer Miller, UAF Sun Star (http://www.uaf.edu/sunstar/archives/20050412/birds.htm) (May 2005 - May 2005)
  583. Nicole Dardinger Dardinger, Nicole. 2005. A species in exile? The tale of the Massasuga Rattlesnake. Department of Natural Resources Seminar Series, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  584. Kimberley Corwin Kimberley Corwin gave a Public Lecture on "Breeding Bird Atlas Project" to Mohawk-Hudson Bird Club, Delmar, NY, 40 attendees. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  585. Karen Strong Karen Strong gave a Public Lecture entitled "Introduction to Important area maps", 10 people attended, for the Fishkill Comprehensive Planning Committee. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  586. Elise Irwin Participant in the Tallapoosa River Watershed Action Plan Annual Conference, Alexander City, AL. 2005. (May 2005 - May 2005)
  587. Charles Smith Gave Public Lecture entitled "The Elements of Science-based Plant Conservation" for Horticulture 485 Class, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 30 attendees. (April 2005 - April 2005)
  588. Melanie Culver Hosted scientist from Purdue University for visit to Tucson. Coordinated nature hikes for wildlife (herps, birds, etc.) and flowers for visiting scientist. (April 2005 - April 2005)
  589. Phil Bettoli Presented findings of paddlefish research to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission. (April 2005 - April 2005)
  590. Summer Burdick Hightower, J. E., and S. M. Burdick. 2005. Spawning habitat of anadromous fishes in the Roanoke and Neuse rivers. Workshop on southeastern diadromous fish habitat and production. Duke Power, Lancaster, South Carolina. April 22, 2005. (April 2005 - April 2005)
  591. Charles Smith Gave Public Lecture entitled "Conservation for Birds of Farm Lands and Open Lands", for Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 150 attendees. (April 2005 - April 2005)
  592. Duane Diefenbach Presentation to the Beech Creek Watershed Association on deer research. (April 2005 - April 2005)
  593. J. Michael Scott Invited Speaker, "The Endangered Species Act at 30: Renewing the Conservation Promise", Environmental Law Institute and the American Bar Association Washington D.C., April 7, 2005. (April 2005 - April 2005)
  594. Stacia Backensto Radio – "Alaska's oil field ravens", Arctic Science Journeys (http://www.ualedu/seagrant/NewsMedia/05ASJ/04.01.05oil-ravens.html) (April 2005 - April 2005)
  595. Kris Homel Bear River Watershed Festival, American West Heritage Center, April, 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005. Booth with a live exhibit of native and introduced fishes of the Bear River, undergraduate poster presentation of the fishes of the Bear River, and Fish Jeopardy for children. (April 2005 - April 2005)
  596. J. Michael Scott Invited Speaker: Research Careers with the USGS, The Nature Conservancy post doctoral fellows program. Providence, RI. April 2005. (April 2005 - April 2005)
  597. Paul Angermeier Interviewed by F. Hardy (Virginia Sportsman) for an article about American eel. (March 2005 - March 2005)
  598. Kimberley Corwin Kimberley Corwin gave Public Lecture "Breeding Bird Atlas Update" to DEC Region 5 staff, Ray Brook, NY, 20 attendees. (March 2005 - March 2005)
  599. Paul Angermeier Interviewed by J. Cramer (Roanoke Times) for an article about American eel. (March 2005 - March 2005)
  600. Stacia Backensto "Study says ravens thriving in Alaska oil fields", Reuters News Service, (http://www.planetark.com/dailynewsstory.cfm/newsid/29993/newsDate/18-Mar¬2005/story.htm) (March 2005 - March 2005)
  601. Karen Strong Karen Strong gave Public Lecture entitled "Helping Local Governments protect fish and wildlife habitat: examples from the Estuary Program", 25-30 people. NYSDEC Fish, Wildlife, and Marine Resources Seminar Series, Albany, NY. (March 2005 - March 2005)
  602. Abby Powell McGuire, R., A. Powell, and R. Suydam. Breeding biology and habitat use of King Eiders on the coastal plain of northern Alaska. 10th Annual MMS Information Transfer Meeting, Anchorage, AK. (March 2005 - March 2005)
  603. Paul Angermeier Interviwed by P. Lancaster (Va Tech) for a radio news release about American eel. (March 2005 - March 2005)
  604. Charles Smith Gave Public Lecture "Feeding Wild Birds in Winter - Keeping It Simple (and Inexpensive)" for Trumansburg Senior Citizens, 60 attendees. (March 2005 - March 2005)
  605. Stacia Backensto Foraging ecology of common ravens on Alaska's North Slope – this study gets considerable press and stories have appeared in newspapers throughout the world: "Ravens interactions with oil rigs studied", by Dan Joling, Associated Press (http://www.enn.com/today.html?id=6946) (March 2005 - March 2005)
  606. Brad Griffith Griffith, B. March 2005. Inconvenient answers: Experiences at the interface between biological research and public policy. All Hands Meeting, Cooperative Research Units, USGS, Jacksonville, FL. (March 2005 - March 2005)
  607. Stacia Backensto Study says ravens thriving in Alaska oil fields. Reuters, 16 March 2005. http://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=topNews&storyID=7925965 (March 2005 - March 2005)
  608. Abby Powell Backensto, S., A. Powell, C. Gerlach, and G. Kofinas. Foraging ecology of Common Ravens (Corvus corax) on Alaska's Coastal Plain and its relationship to oil and gas development. 10th Annual MMS Information Transfer Meeting, Anchorage, AK. Paper presented on 15 March 2005. (March 2005 - March 2005)
  609. Abby Powell Phillips, L., A. Powell, E. Taylor. Use of the Beaufort Sea by King Eiders. 10th Annual MMS Information Transfer Meeting, Anchorage, AK. Paper presented on 15 March 2005. (March 2005 - March 2005)
  610. J. Michael Scott Invited Speaker: "The Endangered Species Act at 30: Renewing the Conservation Promise," Congressional Course. Harvard University. March 2005. (March 2005 - March 2005)
  611. Christine Ribic "life on the Ice: Perspectives on Adelie Penguin Biology", Friends of the Arboretum Luncheon Lecture Series, 22 February 2005, Madison, WI. (February 2005 - February 2005)
  612. Michael Vaughan Participated in an interview and site visit of the Center for Bear Research for the Roanoke Times. (February 2005 - February 2005)
  613. Julie Blanchong Blanchong, J. A. Wildlife disease ecology. College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Undergraduate Honors and Research Society, February 2005. (Invited). (February 2005 - February 2005)
  614. J. Michael Scott Invited Speaker/Panel Chair, "Advocacy in Science", All Hands Meeting. Sarasota, FL February 2005. (February 2005 - February 2005)
  615. J. Michael Scott Invited Speaker: "Conservation Landscape 2076: Where, What, Who?" Kootenai County, Cd'A Chamber Series. Coeur d' Alene, Idaho. February 2005. (February 2005 - February 2005)
  616. Reynaldo Patiño An Introduction to the Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Presentation to The Lubbock Optimist Club, Lubbock, Texas. (February 2005 - February 2005)
  617. Karen Strong K. Strong gave public lecture "The web of life and quality of life in the Shawangunk Region", 15 people, Shawangunk Ridge Biodiversity Partnership Seminar Series, Ellenville, NY (January 2005 - January 2005)
  618. Colleen Caldwell News release from New Mexico State University highlighting my research on whirling disease in Rio Grande cutthroat trout was picked up by Associated Press and published in two New Mexico newspapers (Las Cruces Sun News and Albuquerque Journal) (January 2005 - January 2005)
  619. Stacia Backensto AP Release: Ravens, Researchers Battle in Alaska, by Dan Joling. Originally printed in the Anchorage Daily News, then picked up by over 17 other newspapers in the U.S. and Canada. (January 2005 - January 2005)
  620. Chuck Berry Jr Interviewed about fishing for trophy catfish in the Big Sioux River; Berry and students recently assessed the catfish population in the Jim and Big Sioux rivers. (January 2005 - January 2005)
  621. Steven Chipps Gave a tour of the Department and discussed career options in fisheries/wildlife for high school seniors. (January 2005 - January 2005)
  622. Steven Chipps Tested the efficace of using underwater lights and sound to stop rainbow smelt from being entrained through the Oahe dam. (January 2005 - January 2005)
  623. Wiley Kitchens Article regarding the population decline of the Endangered Snail Kite (December 2004 - December 2004)
  624. Joseph Hightower Hightower, J. E. 2004. The effect of dam removal on fish resouces. Invited lecture in workshop entitled: Succeeding with a dam removal project. University of Wisconsin, Madison, College of Engineering, Department of Engineering Professional Development. Raleigh, NC. (December 2004 - December 2004)
  625. Richard Neves Quoted in recent articles on the mussel restoration program of the Clinch River; Richlands News-Press and Bristol Herald Courier. (November 2004 - November 2004)
  626. Phil Bettoli Spoke at the Upper Cumberland (TN) Veterinary Association's monthly dinner meeting, on paddlefish conservation in the Tennessee River. (November 2004 - November 2004)
  627. Joseph Hightower Hightower, J. E. Restoration of diadromous fish habitat on the Neuse River, NC. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Roanoke-Tar-Neuse-Cape Fear Ecosystem Team Meeting, Atlantic Beach, NC. Nov 17-18, 2004. (November 2004 - November 2004)
  628. J. Michael Scott Briefed Assistant Secretary for Science and Water results of the Endangered Species Project @ 30. (November 2004 - November 2004)
  629. Michael Vaughan Recorded a radio spot on his bear research for the CBS radio program "The Osgood Files". (October 2004 - October 2004)
  630. Michael Vaughan Interviewed by Trina Shultz about his black bear research for an article in the Virginia Tech magazine. (October 2004 - October 2004)
  631. Richard Neves Quoted by Richland News and Bristol Press covering the VDGIF mussel release in Cedar Bluff. (October 2004 - October 2004)
  632. Duane Diefenbach Interviewed for a Pennsylvania radio show on grouse research at the Barrens. (October 2004 - October 2004)
  633. Phil Bettoli Spoke at a public luncheon hosted by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, on conservation of paddlefish in Tennessee. (October 2004 - October 2004)
  634. J. Michael Scott Briefed Assistant Secretary for Parks and Wildlife on results of Endangered Species Project @ 30. (October 2004 - October 2004)
  635. J. Michael Scott Invited Speaker: "Endangered Species Act at 30: Renewing the Conservation Commitment." Presentation made to director and staff of the Idaho Office of Species Conservation. Boise, ID. October 2004. (October 2004 - October 2004)
  636. Michael Vaughan Recorded a 30-minute TV spot on his bear research for the Virginia Tech Discovery series hosted by Paul Lancaster. (October 2004 - October 2004)
  637. Clay Pierce Conducted electrofishing demonstration and informal stream quality assessment lecture for Squaw Creek Watershed Coalition. (October 2004 - October 2004)
  638. J. Michael Scott Invited Presentation: "Endangered Species Act at 30: Renewing the Conservation Promise." Practical Paths Workshop,Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry, October 2004, Boise, Idaho (October 2004 - October 2004)
  639. J. Michael Scott Invited Speaker, "Ecological Content and Context of America's National Wildlife Refuge Systems", National Wildlife Refuge Association, October 2004, New Hampshire (October 2004 - October 2004)
  640. Colleen Caldwell Provided a one hour presentation to the inhabitants of the Good Samaritan (retired and assisted living) of Las Cruces. The presentation was titled: "Fish population diversity in New Mexico: Management, conflict, and compromise". (September 2004 - September 2004)
  641. Hiram Li Sumary of recently published journal articles of interest to the public. Landscapes to Riverscapes: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Conservation of Stream Fishes. BioScience 52:1-16. (September 2004 - September 2004)
  642. Richard Malecki Department Seminar "2003 Space Odyssey: Satellite Tracking North American Waterfowl." Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. (September 2004 - September 2004)
  643. Mike Samuel Samuel, M. D. 2004. White-tailed deer-state of the science of CWD research. Apatial and Temporal Epidemiology tools for Chronic Wasting Disease Research and Management: A Technical Workshop. Park City, Utah, September 2004. (September 2004 - September 2004)
  644. Dave McGuire Instructor for topic "Arctic Ecosystem Modeling" at Summer School 2004, International Arctic Research Center, Fairbanks, AK (August 2004 - August 2004)
  645. Dave McGuire Instructor for topic "Introduction to Arctic Ecosystems" at Summer School 2004, International Arctic Research Center, Fairbanks, AK (August 2004 - August 2004)
  646. Craig Allen Informational seminar to the Brisbane Fire Ant Volunteer Watch Group. (August 2004 - August 2004)
  647. Charles Birkeland Maintained an information booth with a poster about invasive species for public education, attended by Senator Inouye and his staff. The name of the event was "Invasion of the Reef Snatchers" and the poster was entitled "Effects of the Introduced Grouper, Cephalopholis argus, Commonly Called Roi". (Dierking) (August 2004 - August 2004)
  648. Jan Dierking Maintained an information booth with a poster for a public information event, attended by Senator Inouye and his staff. The name of the event was "Invasion of the Reef Snatchers", and the poster topic was the "Effects of the Introduced Grouper, Cephalopholus argus, Commonly Called Roi". (August 2004 - August 2004)
  649. Barry Grand Presentation of ALCFWRU research related to the information needs of the East Gulf Joint Venture at meeting of the Steering Committee. (August 2004 - August 2004)
  650. Christopher Guy Angler Movement Study: Implications for Whirling Disease (August 2004 - August 2004)
  651. Christopher Guy Glacier National Park - Lake Trout Project (August 2004 - August 2004)
  652. James Parrish Claisse, J., Parrish, J.D., and McTee, S. Aug 04. Post-Settlement Life History of Key Coral Reef Fishes in a Hawaiian Marine Protected Area Network. Public information slide show for the Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative, Bishop Museum. Honolulu, HI. (August 2004 - August 2004)
  653. James Parrish Public information video show, poster, and questions and answers about marine invasive species, presented at the Waikiki Aquarium. Honolulu, HI. (August 2004 - August 2004)
  654. Petra Wood interviewed for Earth and Sky radio program re mountaintop removal mining and songbirds (August 2004 - August 2004)
  655. Craig Allen Interview and newspaper article (Lincoln Journal-Star) on the establishment of the Nebraska Unit. (July 2004 - July 2004)
  656. David Galat Hosted Chris Hay, PhD candidate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, for a Department of Agriculture National Needs Fellowship Offsite Research Experience Missouri River flow analysis project and seminar (July 2004 - July 2004)
  657. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 12-16) (July 2004 - July 2004)
  658. Petra Wood participated in meetings for development of a West Virginia natural history center (July 2004 - July 2004)
  659. Chuck Berry Jr Presented luncheon talk to the Brookings Wildlife Federation; subject was Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). (June 2004 - June 2004)
  660. Chuck Berry Jr Presented luncheon talk to the Kiwanis; subject was Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). (June 2004 - June 2004)
  661. Liane Capodagli Seminar Presentation: "Metals (Hg, Cd, and Pb) in Mink, Otter and Muskrat: Recent Findings" for NYSDEC Fish, Wildlife and Marine Resources Division. Approx. 45-50 people in attendance. (May 2004 - May 2004)
  662. Robert Carline Water resource monitoring in the Spring Creek watershed; Centre Region Planning Comm. (May 2004 - May 2004)
  663. Robert Carline Water resource monitoring in the Spring Creek watershed; Nittany Valley Planning Comm. (May 2004 - May 2004)
  664. Courtney Conway The scientist worked with a computer engineer in spring of 2004 to design a professional web site that will include a separate web page for each Unit research project and for each member of the Unit research staff. (May 2004 - May 2004)
  665. Kimberley Corwin Public talk "NYS Breeding Bird Atlas Project Update", NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Natural Resources Seminar. 30 people in attendance. May 13. (May 2004 - May 2004)
  666. Joseph Hightower Eggleston, D. B., E. G. Johnson and J. Hightower. 2004. Population dynamics and stock assessment of the blue crab in North Carolina. NC Marine Fisheries Commission meeting, New Bern, NC, May 2004. (May 2004 - May 2004)
  667. Charles Rabeni Participated in the interagency Ozarks Meeting, a workshop to discuss future cooperation, research, and plans (May 2004 - May 2004)
  668. Karen Strong Gave Public Lecture on "Biodiversity in Red Hook: what's here and why is it important." 15 attendees, Red Hook, NY. (May 2004 - May 2004)
  669. Glenn VanBlaricom Invited verbal presentation entitled "Marine mammal research", as part of the Program on Careers and Research in Oceanography and Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. Sponsored by the College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle. 4 May 2004. (May 2004 - May 2004)
  670. Kimberley Corwin Public talk "NYS Breeding Bird Atlas Project Update", Cattaraugus County Bird Club Meeting. 25 people in attendance. April 16. (April 2004 - April 2004)
  671. Melanie Culver Interviewed by reporter for Living on Earth Radio Program on the topic of eastern pumas. (April 2004 - April 2004)
  672. Chris Grue Invited participant, Washington Department of Ecology, Washington Department of General Administration, Capitol Lake Adaptive Management Plan (CLAMP) Steering Committee public meeting to discuss the use of tricloypr to control Eurasian watermilfoil in Capitol Lake in Olympia, WA (April 2004 - April 2004)
  673. Robin Holevinski Gave Department Seminar on "Use of hazing techniques and translocation to increase dispersal of resident Canada geese" to the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University. 25 people in attendance. (April 2004 - April 2004)
  674. Richard Malecki "Local Refugees and partners track pintail migration" USFWS Region 4. An article on Coop. Unit pintail project. (April 2004 - April 2004)
  675. Richard Malecki On Maryland Public TV a special segment on the Coop. Unit's pintail study in Maryland. (April 2004 - April 2004)
  676. Richard Malecki TV Program on Natural World Productions "Exploring North Carolina" -- a special segment on Coop. Unit pintail study in NC. (April 2004 - April 2004)
  677. Richard Malecki TV Program on WBOC-TV: a special program featuring the Unit pintail project in Maryland. (April 2004 - April 2004)
  678. Richard Malecki Websites established for NJ, MD, NC and SC to describe pintail project and map individual movements of pintails. (April 2004 - April 2004)
  679. Christine Sousa Public Talk "Mute swans in the Chesapeake Bay: Ecological concerns and management" for Department of Natural Resources Seminar Series, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 30 attendees (April 2004 - April 2004)
  680. Karen Strong Gave Paper on "Open space and habitat protection in the Hudson Valley: priorities and public involvement" at the Birds of the Hudson River Estuary Conference, American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY. (April 2004 - April 2004)
  681. Karen Strong Gave Public Lecture on "Biodiversity in the Shawangunk Mountains: what's here and why is it important." 20 attendees, New Paltz, NY. (April 2004 - April 2004)
  682. Scott Bonar Wrote article "The basics of sampling fish in lakes and ponds" for North American Lake Management Societies' Magazine "Lakeline". (March 2004 - March 2004)
  683. Courtney Conway Northwest Public Radio visited one of the scientist's study sites and did a full 6-minute story Burrowing Owl Habitat Threatened by Development on their program Morning Edition on 15 March 2004. The radio piece highlighted how the scientist's research was helping land management agencies in the region resolve problems caused by urban development. (March 2004 - March 2004)
  684. Courtney Conway The large, multi-agency cooperative research on the effects of prescribed fire on endangered rails for which the scientist is the team leader was the front-page story for the Yuma Daily Sun on 8 March 2004. The newspaper had a reporter and a photographer come out in the field for one of the prescribed burns associated with the project and interviewed the scientist as well as other members of the team from USFWS, BLM. (March 2004 - March 2004)
  685. Robin Holevinski Gave presentation to Atlantic Flyway Council Winter Meeting "Use of hazing techniques and translocation to increase dispersal of resident Canada geese." 50 people in attendance. (March 2004 - March 2004)
  686. Richard Malecki Website: Easternneck.fws.goventitled "Travels of TR" -- A tundra swan cygnet named, TR, was stranded in Alaska, flown to MD, and is now being tracked by satellite during its spring migration back to Alaska. R. Malecki has been serving as a special consultant for this project. (March 2004 - March 2004)
  687. Abby Powell Alaska's Eiders. Presentation at Alaska Bird Observatory. Presented by Heather Wilson, Laura Phillips, Rebecca McGuire, and Mike Knoche. (March 2004 - March 2004)
  688. Christine Sousa Public Talk on "Distribution and impact of mute swans in the Chesapeake Bay" at the Atlantic Flyway Winter Technical Section Meeting", Jykell Island, GA. 50 attendees. (March 2004 - March 2004)
  689. Robert Carline Water resource monitoring in the Spring Creek watershed; Centre County Planners (February 2004 - February 2004)
  690. Courtney Conway CNN.com picked up the front-page story on the scientist's research on Burrowing Owls from the Tri-City Herald off the AP and ran the story on 25 February 2004 (February 2004 - February 2004)
  691. Courtney Conway The Spokane Spokesman-Review (largest daily newspaper in Spokane, WA) picked up the front-page story on the scientist's research on Burrowing Owls from the Tri-City Herald off the AP and ran the story on 25 February 2004 (February 2004 - February 2004)
  692. Courtney Conway The Tri-City Herald (large newspaper serving eastern Washington) produced and ran a front-page story explaining how the scientist's research on Burrowing Owls in eastern Washington is helping state and federal land management agencies in the region better manage their lands to prevent future declines of this species of management concern (Officials to study burrowing owls: scientists surprised some birds stayed in area during the winter). The newspaper sent a reporter and a photographer out in field with the scientist's research staff for a day to get material for the story. (February 2004 - February 2004)
  693. Duane Diefenbach News release on results of deer hunter research studying deer hunter densities, movements, and distribution. (February 2004 - February 2004)
  694. David Galat From Lewis and Clark to Pick-Sloan to the Great Flood of 1993: an ecological history of the Missouri River. Missouri River Communities Network, 2 hour lecture/discussion (February 2004 - February 2004)
  695. David Galat Quoted in Nature Conservancy Magazine 54(2):29, in article, "New Life on the Mississippi." (February 2004 - February 2004)
  696. Barry Grand Summary of quail research activities presented at the quarterly meeting of the mid-Alabama chapter of Quail Unlimited (February 2004 - February 2004)
  697. Joseph Hightower Eggleston, D. B., E. G. Johnson and J. Hightower. 2004. Population dynamics and stock assessment of the blue crab in North Carolina. NC Commercial Fishing Show, New Bern, NC, February 2004. (February 2004 - February 2004)
  698. Joseph Hightower Hightower, J. E. 2004. Research focus: anadromous fishes and coastal rivers. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Regional Director's Retreat. February 2, 2004. (February 2004 - February 2004)
  699. Richard Malecki CD/Video on "Marking female pintail ducks with back-pack mounted satellite-tracked radio transmitters" (February 2004 - February 2004)
  700. Richard Neves Provided information on pearls to a reporter for Earth and Sky Radio Program. (February 2004 - February 2004)
  701. Abby Powell Phillips, L., A. N. Powell, and E. Taylor. Migration ecology of King Eiders. Oral paper presented at the Coastal Marine Institute Annual Research Review. (February 2004 - February 2004)
  702. Abby Powell Phillips. L. A., A. N. Powell, and E. Taylor. Migration ecology of King Eiders. Alaska Forum on the Environment, Anchorage, AK. (February 2004 - February 2004)
  703. Christine Sousa Public Talk on "It all started with a hurricane: Mute swans in the Chesapeake Bay, Rockville Nature Center, Rockville, MD" 5 attendees. (February 2004 - February 2004)
  704. Dana Warren Gave Invited Lecture for Stream Ecology class (NTRES 456) "Riparian Areas and Woody Debris", Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University. Approx. 45 students in attendance. (February 2004 - February 2004)
  705. Jim Peterson CapPost-software for estimating stream-dwelling salmonid capture,detection, and posterior presence probabilities, available online at: <http:coopunit.forestry.uga.edu/unit_homepage/Peterson/Software/software> (January 2004 - January 2004)
  706. Alan Afton Interviewed regarding research on spinning wing decoys by CBS Evening News. (January 2004 - January 2004)
  707. David Galat Quoted in Nature Conservancy Magazine 54(1):18, in article on Portrait of a River from an interview on the Conservation Priorities of Freshwater Biodiversity in the upper Mississippi River basin. (January 2004 - January 2004)
  708. Robin Holevinski Gave Seminar to the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, on "Movements and mortality of resident Canada geese: can hazing show measurable impacts?" (January 2004 - January 2004)
  709. Dan Magoulick Invited talk titled "Trout and their prey base" to Tightlines Flyfishers. (January 2004 - January 2004)
  710. Peter Mattison Gave Seminar to the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, on "The sound and the fury: Human disturbance and the Common Tern." (January 2004 - January 2004)
  711. Renata Mobley Gave Poster Presentation to the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, on "Head down and keep it loud!" (January 2004 - January 2004)
  712. Dana Warren Gave Poster Presentation to the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University on "Brook trout response to wood removal from high gradient streams of the Eastern Adirondack Mountains, NY." (January 2004 - January 2004)
  713. Dana Warren Gave Seminar to the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, on "Woody debris dynamics and wood distribution in a northeastern mountain stream." (January 2004 - January 2004)
  714. Scott Bonar CBS.com, CNN.com, ESPN outdoors, the Associated Press and several Arizona newspapers wrote articles on the rescue of Gila Chub from the oncoming Aspen Fire and subsequent research projects at the Unit to propagate and raise these fishes. The Gila Chub is proposed for listing as endangered. (December 2003 - December 2003)
  715. Robert Carline Effects of I-99 construction on Spring Creek (December 2003 - December 2003)
  716. David Galat Feature article in Mizzou Weekly, "Solving a 'Big Muddy' mystery," synopsis of Missouri Department of Conservation-funded sandbar study. (December 2003 - December 2003)
  717. Sammy King National Public Radio out of Memphis Tennessee interviewed myself, my graduate student (Aaron Pierce) and a graduate student and faculty member from University of Tennessee about our research on the Hatchie River. The link to the story, if still active, is at: http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/wkno/news.newsmain?action=article&ARTICLE_ID=583163 (December 2003 - December 2003)
  718. Dan Magoulick Invited talk titled "Trout and their prey base" to Trout Unlimited. (December 2003 - December 2003)
  719. Clay Pierce Provided data sets, reports and published articles to Iowa Department of Natural Resources Aquatic Education Program for development of an interactive aquatic education (grades 4-8) package titled, "Corridors of Exploration: Iowa's Rivers". (December 2003 - December 2003)
  720. Karen Strong Gave presentation to NYSDEC Region 4 Natural Resources Managers entitled "Hudson River Estuary Biodiversity Outreach" in Rotterdam, NY. (December 2003 - December 2003)
  721. Bruce Vondracek Interviewed for an article in the December 2003 Land Stewardship Letter published by the Land Stewardship Project based on research published in two journal articles: Vondracek, B., J. K. H. Zimmerman, and J. V. Westra. Setting an effective TMDL for suspended sediment: an assessment of sediment loading and effects of suspended sediment on fish. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 39:1005-1015 and Zimmerman , J. K. H., B. Vondracek, and J. V. Westra. 2003. Agricultural land use on sediment loading and fish assemblages in two Minnesota basins. Environmental Management 32:93-105. In addition, the interview lead to publication of two fact sheets produced by the Land Stewardship Project. These fact sheets are available at www.landstewardshipproject.org. (December 2003 - December 2003)
  722. Chuck Berry Jr Interviewed three times by Ben Shouse (reporter, Argus Leader). (November 2003 - November 2003)
  723. Charles Birkeland Public talk on "Dangers of Small Population Size" to fishermen and local Hawaiians as part of the program for the 2003 Aquatics Conference sponsored by the Hawaii chapter of the Audubon Society (November 2003 - November 2003)
  724. David Galat Interviewed by Christine Mlot, freelance writer on scientific value of The Nature Conservancy report, "Conservation priorities for freshwater biodiversity in the upper Mississippi River basin." (November 2003 - November 2003)
  725. Reynaldo Patiño Programs and funding opportunities in biological sciences at the National Science Foundation. Open lecture to Graduate Students of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas. (November 2003 - November 2003)
  726. Yianna Samuel Thesis Seminar entitled "Underwater low frequency noise and anthropogenic disturbance in a critical sea turtle habitat", M.S. Thesis Seminar, Graduate Field of Zoology, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. (November 2003 - November 2003)
  727. Melanie Culver Hosted scientist from Namibia for visit to Tucson. Organized departmental seminar for visiting scientist (October 2003 - October 2003)
  728. Charles Birkeland Gave a talk and served as a resource person for a debating team from a local Hawaiian high school that is preparing for a national debating contest to take place in St. Louis, Missouri. The topic of the debating contest will be "The U.S. should put aside more coastal shallow waters into reserves." (October 2003 - October 2003)
  729. Charles Birkeland Spoke to Windward Community College science class on how technological advances in fisheries techniques removed all natural reserves and so it is necessary to establish artificial reserves by legislation (October 2003 - October 2003)
  730. Christopher Guy Sauger-Walleye Project in Missouri River (October 2003 - October 2003)
  731. Clay Pierce Conducted electrofishing demonstration and stream quality assessment lecture for Iowa State University undergraduate learning community. (October 2003 - October 2003)
  732. Charles Smith Gave Public Lecture entitled "Birds and Forest Management: What Does Science Tell Us?" for Fall Field Meeting, NY Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Arnot Teaching and Research Forest, Newfield, NY. (October 2003 - October 2003)
  733. Charles Smith Gave Public Lecture entitled "Butterflies for Birdwatchers" for the Finger Lakes Chapter of the Native Plants Society, Ithaca, NY. (October 2003 - October 2003)
  734. Karen Strong Created informational brochure entitled "Protecting nature in the Hudson Valley: What your community can do to protect plants, animals, and habitats for our future." Design and layout by Leslie Zucker. (October 2003 - October 2003)
  735. Karen Strong Gave Presentation to NYS Biodiversity Research Institute Executive Committee entitled "Hudson River Estuary Biodiversity Outreach" at the NYS Museum, Albany, NY. (October 2003 - October 2003)
  736. Karen Strong Karen Strong attended the Land Trust Biodiversity Forum at the NYSDEC Region 3 Office in New Paltz, NY. Discussion center on innovative land trusts projects of the Hudson Valley that have been initiated. (October 2003 - October 2003)
  737. Karen Strong Karen Strong participated in the Land Panel Discussion at Leadership Rockland Environmental Days, training for leaders in Rockland County, at the West Haverstraw Community Center. (October 2003 - October 2003)
  738. Khristi Wilkins Was interviewed on video entitled "Closing the Circle: 100 Years of Bird Banding." Video was produced by the Division of Migratory Bird Management, USFWS, in honor of the 100th Anniversary of Bird Banding in the United State. (October 2003 - October 2003)
  739. Paul Angermeier Exhibit at Virginia Tech's Farm and Family Showcase titled "Virginia's Dazzling Darters". (September 2003 - September 2003)
  740. Chuck Berry Jr W. Franzin (Department of Fisheries and Oceans) requested information on the Frenchman River, which is part of the Unit's Aquatic Gap Analysis Project. Alberta Biologist M. Sullivan requested information on the effects of landscape change on prairie stream fishes. (September 2003 - September 2003)
  741. Robert Carline Water resources monitoring in the Spring Creek basin. (September 2003 - September 2003)
  742. Duane Diefenbach Served as judge for Pennsylvania Waterfowl Management Stamp Design Contest (September 2003 - September 2003)
  743. William Fisher ESPN Outdoors web site. "Ensuring streams are going with the flow: Keeping fish populations and their waters healthy takes work" by Ed Godfrey. William Fisher was quoted about road crossings as barriers to leopard darter movements in southeastern Oklahoma streams. http://espn.go.com/outdoors/conservation/s/c_fea_healthy_fish_streams_OK.html (September 2003 - September 2003)
  744. Barry Grand Overview of the Alabama Gap Analysis Project . Meeting of the Alabama nongame wildlife conference organizing committee. (September 2003 - September 2003)
  745. Robin Holevinski Clarence Conservation Committee. Presentation on hazing, movements, and mortality of resident Canada geese. Clarence, New York. (September 2003 - September 2003)
  746. Richard Malecki Gave Department Seminar for Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, entitled "Application of satellite tracking technology to the management of ducks, geese, and swans in North America." (September 2003 - September 2003)
  747. Richard Neves Exhibit on mussel conservation at Virginia Tech's Farm and Family Showcase. (September 2003 - September 2003)
  748. Chuck Berry Jr Briefed the Commissioners on the working relationship between Game, Fish and Parks and U. S. Geological Survey in support of the Coop Unit at the monthly Commission Meeting held in Brookings, South Dakota. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  749. Chuck Berry Jr Presented a half-hour overview of rivers studies to Game, Fish and Parks staff at the Summer Fisheries Staff Meeting, Fort Pierre. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  750. Phil Bettoli Presentation to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission, Nashville, TN. Human dimensions and economic value of Tennessee's tailwater trout fisheries. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  751. Steven Chipps Provided REMAP plant data to U. S. Environmental Protection Agency's upper Missouri River EMAP team. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  752. Courtney Conway Newpaper article appeared Tucson's daily newspaper (Arizona Daily Star) regarding the town of Marana's efforts to develop a Multi-Species Habitat Conservation Plan. The article was based on a interview I had with a Star reporter and the article quoted me as a expert on burrowing owls (one of the species included in the HCP). (August 2003 - August 2003)
  753. William Fisher Daily Oklahoman newspaper article, 3 August 2003, page C14, "Breaking barriers: state hopes to clear way for prosperity of threatened fish" by Ed Godfrey. William Fisher was quoted about road crossings as barriers to leopard darter movements in southeastern Oklahoma streams. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  754. William Fisher ESPN Outdoors, Cumberland Stories television program. Program about forest management, road crossings, smallmouth bass fishing, and leopard darter conservation in southeastern Oklahoma. William Fisher was interviewed on camera about leopard darter critical swimming speed experiments and road culvert design. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  755. David Galat Telephone interview, Detroit Free Press: Story on Lewis and Clark and biology of endangered species on Missouri River. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  756. Barry Grand Gap Analysis for Alabama. Annual Meeting of the Forester's Boards of Registration 21 August 2003. Auburn, Alabama USA. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  757. Joseph Hightower Laney, R.W., J. E. Hightower, M. Mangold, W. W. Cole, Jr., and S. E. Winslow. 2003. Distribution and habitat use of Atlantic sturgeon captured during the southeast area monitoring and assessment (SEAMAP) cooperative winter tagging cruises, 1988-2003. Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, Habitat Committee, Arlington, VA, August 25, 2003. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  758. Joseph Hightower Laney, R.W., J. E. Hightower, M. Mangold, W. W. Cole, Jr., and S. E. Winslow. 2003. Distribution and habitat use of Atlantic sturgeon captured during the southeast area monitoring and assessment (SEAMAP) cooperative winter tagging cruises, 1988-2003. South Atlantic Fishery Management Council, Habitat and Environmental Protection Advisory Panel, Charleston, SC, August 21, 2003. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  759. Elise Irwin Presented results of the decision support model for determining optimal flows below Harris Dam. Harris Dam Stakeholder's Meeting. Sponsored by Harris Dam Stakeholders Group. August 2003. Alexander City, Alabama. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  760. Richard Malecki TV Program entitled "Invasive Beauties" on Outdoor Maryland TV featuring Coop. Unit's mute swan study. (August 2003 - August 2003)
  761. Barry Grand Alabama Gap Analysis Project. Coordination meeting with The Nature Conservancy. 25 July 2003. Birmingham, Alabama. (Silvano and Kleiner) (July 2003 - July 2003)
  762. Phil Bettoli Spoke to Cumberland Chapter, Trout Unlimited, Nashville, TN, on recent economic and human dimensions research in Tennessee rivers managed for trout. (July 2003 - July 2003)
  763. Michael Bozek Temporal Genetic Stability in a Northern Wisconsin Walleye Population (July 2003 - July 2003)
  764. Phil Bettoli Presentation to the Cumberland Chapter of Trout Unlimited. Human dimensions and economic value of Tennessee's tailwater trout fisheries, with special reference to the Caney Fork River. (July 2003 - July 2003)
  765. Robert Carline Persentation on managing trout streams to a youth conservation camp. (July 2003 - July 2003)
  766. Courtney Conway The daily newspaper for the Tri-Cities area of eastern Washington (The Tri-City Herald) published a second front-page feature article on my burrowing owl project in eastern Washington. The article included 4 color pictures of my field crew and field methods, status of the owl in WA and in North America, and the goals of our multi-agency research project. (July 2003 - July 2003)
  767. Duane Diefenbach Developed news release on upcoming research project to study the distribution of snowshoe hares in Pennsylvania. (July 2003 - July 2003)
  768. David Galat Interview, Australian Public Ration, Comparison between Australia and U.S. water resource issues and science. (July 2003 - July 2003)
  769. Barry Grand Status of the Alabama Gap Analysis Project. Southeastern Regional Gap Projects Meeting 15 July 2003, Athens, Georgia USA (Silvano) (July 2003 - July 2003)
  770. Mike Samuel Released in the July 1, 2003 Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources News and Outdoor Report. Researches find CWD more prevalent in older bucks. Pages 29-30. (July 2003 - July 2003)
  771. Charles Smith Gave Public Lecture entitled "Bird Conservation in the Twenty-first Century: Fostering an Illusion or Achieving Our Potential" for the NYSDEC Adirondack Interpretive Center, Newcomb, NY. (July 2003 - July 2003)
  772. Erin Snyder Made presentation at public meeting on assessment of trout spawning substrate and water quality at Big Spring Creek. (July 2003 - July 2003)
  773. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 12-16) (July 2003 - July 2003)
  774. Chuck Berry Jr Interview with the Argus Leader on cat fishing. Pictured in the Brookings Register with students removing trout from the kids fishing pond in Brookings. (June 2003 - June 2003)
  775. Steven Chipps Helped organize Natural Resources Day to promote/catalogue species diversity on South Dakota public lands. (June 2003 - June 2003)
  776. Kimberley Corwin Gave a Public lecture on the "Progress of the Breeding Bird Atlas" for the Long Pond Recreation Area. (June 2003 - June 2003)
  777. Duane Diefenbach Developed news release to describe ongoing progress of white-tailed deer research in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Game Commission. (June 2003 - June 2003)
  778. David Galat Quoted in Columbia Missourian article, "Mo. River's level is matter of life, death for wild creatures." (June 2003 - June 2003)
  779. Elise Irwin Attended Harris Dam Stakeholder's Meeting. Sponsored by Harris Dam Stakeholders Group. June 2003. Alexander City, Alabama. (June 2003 - June 2003)
  780. Ted Simons Wake Audubon, program on marine bird conservation. (June 2003 - June 2003)
  781. Charles Smith Gave Invited Lecture entitled "Conservation for Birds of Farm Lands and Open Lands" for USDA/NRCS East Region Technology Workshop, Syracuse, NY. (June 2003 - June 2003)
  782. Charles Smith Gave Invited Public Lecture entitled "The New York Gap Analysis Project: Results, Conclusions, and Application" for the International Association for Great Lakes Research, Chicago, IL (June 2003 - June 2003)
  783. Charles Smith Gave Public Lecture entitled "Conservation of Grassland Birds: Putting Change in Perspective" for the Edward L. Rose Conservancy, Montrose, PA. (June 2003 - June 2003)
  784. Chuck Berry Jr Presented data on Topeka biology and distribution to Watertown leaders and tribes (Sisseton, Flandreau) in a meeting about the proposed dry dam on the Big Sioux River . (May 2003 - May 2003)
  785. Chuck Berry Jr Upper Missouri River Aquatic Gap Analysis Project Newsletter. An eight page newsletter to biologists in the Upper Missouri Basin. (May 2003 - May 2003)
  786. Steven Chipps Provided water quality data from Angostura Reservoir to South Dakota State University's Water Resource Institute and South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources. (May 2003 - May 2003)
  787. Kimberley Corwin Gave Public lecture on the "Progress of the Breeding Bird Atlas" for the Capital District Audubon Society, Albany, NY. (May 2003 - May 2003)
  788. Melanie Culver Guest speaker for the 14th Annual Fort Huachuca Track Count, hosted by the Sky Island Alliance (May 2003 - May 2003)
  789. Blake Davis To Lake Campbell Lake Association: Calibrated their turbidity meter. Attended a luncheon to show Lake Association folks how to use their new meter. (May 2003 - May 2003)
  790. Kenneth Higgins Invited presentation at the Smokin on the Prairie Program, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Windom, Minnesota, on Fires and Prairie Wildlife. (May 2003 - May 2003)
  791. Elise Irwin Attended Harris Dam Stakeholder's Meeting. Sponsored by Harris Dam Stakeholders Group. May 2003. Wedowee, Alabama (May 2003 - May 2003)
  792. Brad Griffith Douglas, D. C. and B. Griffith. April 2003. Caribou research priorities for Alaska's North Slope. Alaska Science Center Sympsium, USGS, Anchorage, AK. (April 2003 - April 2003)
  793. Kimberley Corwin Gave Public lecture/wildlife seminar on the "Progress of the Breeding Bird Atlas", for the Town of Tupper Lake, NY. (April 2003 - April 2003)
  794. Duane Diefenbach Diefenbach, D. R. 2003. The Coop Unit: long term wildlife partners. Pennsylvania Game News 74(4):12-14. (April 2003 - April 2003)
  795. Eric Long Long, E. S. 2003. Buck ecology study. Pennsylvania Game News 74(4):21-25. (April 2003 - April 2003)
  796. Thomas Martin Interviewed on TV about the work we've been doing in a National Park in Venezuela by a leading Venezuelan television station. (April 2003 - April 2003)
  797. Peter McHugh Bear River Watershed Festival, American West Heritage Center, April, 2002 and 2003. Booth with a live exhibit of native and introduced fishes of the Bear River, undergraduate poster presentation of the fishes of the Bear River, and Fish Jeopardy for children. (April 2003 - April 2003)
  798. Kristian Omland Population Modeling: the Sherlock Holmes approach to the Batten Kill question by Kristian Omland and Donna Parrish. Batten Kill Newletter, Volume 4, Issue 1, Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife (April 2003 - April 2003)
  799. Clay Pierce Conducted electrofishing demonstration for program to recruit high school students into the Iowa State University College of Agriculture (April 2003 - April 2003)
  800. Eric Bergersen Eric Bergersen participated in the Horsetooth Reservoir Fish Habitat Enhancement Project Work Day and coordinated volunteer efforts to construct tree, rock and brush shelters. (March 2003 - March 2003)
  801. Claudia Coen National Geographic two part film series on Vampire Bats entitled "Nature's Nightmares" aired on February 27 and March 1, 2003. Filmed in Brazil and Venzuela (March 2003 - March 2003)
  802. Kimberley Corwin Gave public lecture on the "Progress of the Breeding Bird Atlas" to the Buffalo Ornithological Society, Buffalo, NY. (March 2003 - March 2003)
  803. Barry Grand Progress Report on Conecuh Quail Project. Quarterly meeting mid-Alabama Chapter Quail Unlimited. 6 March 2003. Birmingham, Alabama USA (March 2003 - March 2003)
  804. Barry Grand Progress Report on Conecuh Quail Project. Quarterly meeting mid-Alabama Chapter Quail Unlimited. 6 March 2003. Birmingham, Alabama USA (March 2003 - March 2003)
  805. Brad Griffith Briefing to Arctic National Wildlife Refuge staff on research priorities for issues related to potential development of the 1002 area. (March 2003 - March 2003)
  806. Robin Holevinski New York State DEC Waterfowl Information Group. Presentation on hazing, movements, and mortality of resident Canada geese. Savannah, New York. (March 2003 - March 2003)
  807. Elise Irwin Identify flow prescriptions for adaptive management of the Tallapoosa River below R.L. Harris dam. Alabama Department of Conservation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Alabama Rivers Alliance. March 2003. (March 2003 - March 2003)
  808. Elise Irwin Interviewed for an article regarding catfishes in Alabama. Alabama Game and Fish magazine: http://www.alabamagameandfish.com/al_aa060103a/ March 2003. (March 2003 - March 2003)
  809. Abby Powell Elementary School Science Fair Judge (March 2003 - March 2003)
  810. Charles Smith Gave Public Lecture entitled "A Science-based Approach to Setting Conservation Priorities for Breeding Bird Species in the Hudson River Valley" for the Hudson River Estuary Program Biodiversity Steering Committee, New Paltz, NY (March 2003 - March 2003)
  811. Peggy Wilzbach County Science Fair judge (March 2003 - March 2003)
  812. Barry Grand Status of the Alabama Gap Analysis Project. Southeastern Regional Gap Projects Meeting 25 February 2003, Athens, Georgia USA (Silvano) (February 2003 - February 2003)
  813. Kenneth Burnham Ken Burnham hosted Elliott Sober, Hans Reichenbach Professor and William F. Vilas Research Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, at the Unit. He was invited to discuss his two areas of particular interest with students and faculty: (1) evolution and cladistics, and (2) the role of likelihood theory and AICA model selection in inference. (February 2003 - February 2003)
  814. Elise Irwin Conservation of the Upper Coosa basin aquatic fauna. Annual Meeting. February 2003. (February 2003 - February 2003)
  815. Renata Mobley Gave Public Lecture/Seminar for the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University entitled "Conservation and management of manatees in Brazil". (February 2003 - February 2003)
  816. Abby Powell Phillips, L., A. N. Powell, and E. Taylor. Importance of the Beaufort Sea to King Eiders. Oral paper presented at the Coastal Marine Institute Annual Research Review. (February 2003 - February 2003)
  817. Charles Smith Gave Invited Public Lecture entitled "At the Fringes of Economics and Science-based Conservation: Feeding Wild Birds in America" for the Annual Meeting of the NY Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Utica, NY. (February 2003 - February 2003)
  818. Erin Snyder Assisted a member of the public in identifying potential causes for a tumor in a domestic fish. (February 2003 - February 2003)
  819. Brad Griffith Griffith, B. January 2003. The Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit program in the Institute of Arctic Biology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Region 7 Annual Directorate Meeting, USFWS, Chena Hot Springs Resort, AK. (January 2003 - January 2003)
  820. Jim Peterson Bottom Feeders.Aired for the first time January 18, 2003. I was featured on the Georgia Public Television Georgia Outdoors documentary about stream-dwelling organisms.My research on the aquatic communities in the Flint River Basin was used to highlight the streamflow needs. (January 2003 - January 2003)
  821. Alan Afton Science Project Advisor for Mitch Weegman, Winona Middle School, Winona, Minnesota (January 2003 - January 2003)
  822. Chuck Berry Jr GIS coverages of Topeka shiner distribution were requested by Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)-Huron to help with their conservation planning. The Coop Unit had placed the 56 maps on a CD to meet such requests. (January 2003 - January 2003)
  823. Clint Boal Presented a 1 hour invited seminar titled "Grassland Raptors" to the USDA Rita Blanca - Kiowa National Grasslands Leasees Association. Purpose of seminar was to introduce local landowners to ecology and benefits of ferruginous and Swainson's hawks on the public and private rangelands, the compatability of grazing with conservation of grassland raptors, and how to provide suitable nest sites to attract these two species. (January 2003 - January 2003)
  824. Robert Carline Made presentation at public meeting on management of Big Spring Creek. (January 2003 - January 2003)
  825. Jeremy Coleman Gave M.S. Thesis Seminar entitled "An Application of Radio Telemetry and GIS to Examine Foraging Habitat and Site Fidelity of Double-crested Cormorants on Oneida Lake, New York." at the Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University. (January 2003 - January 2003)
  826. Jeremy Coleman Invited Speaker at the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation 2003 Natural Resources Seminar Series, Albany, NY. Presentation on "Foraging behavior and impacts of the Double-crested Cormorants of Oneida Lake, New York." (January 2003 - January 2003)
  827. Kimberley Corwin Gave lecture on the "Progress of the Breeding Bird Atlas." to the Allen Devoe Bird Club. (January 2003 - January 2003)
  828. Nicole Dardinger Gave a Public Lecture on "Anthropogenic effects on the separation of a species' realized niche from its optimal niche, using the Massasauga, Sistrurus catenatus, as a model species" for the Department of Natural Resources Annual Graduate Student Association Symposium. (January 2003 - January 2003)
  829. David Galat From Lewis and Clark to Pick-Sloan to the Great Flood of 1993, an ecological history of the big Muddy. Presentation to Columbia Lions Club. (January 2003 - January 2003)
  830. Kenneth Higgins Involved in the 20th Anniversary Pheasant Fest in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as a National Board Member of Pheasants Forever, Inc. (January 2003 - January 2003)
  831. Dave McGuire McGuire, A. D. January 22, 2003. Progress Towards Quantifying the Locations of Carbon Sources and Sinks in the Northern Hemisphere: Process-based Approaches. Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar. (January 2003 - January 2003)
  832. Renata Mobley Gave Public Lecture/Talk for the Department of Natural Resources Annual Graduate Student Association Symposium entitled "Vocal Behavior and Sexual Selection on Humpback Whales in Abrolohos National Marine Park, Brazil" (January 2003 - January 2003)
  833. Charles Smith Gave Public Lecture entitled "Feeding Wild Birds in Winter - The KIS Approach" for the Kiwanis Club, Dryden, NY (January 2003 - January 2003)
  834. Chuck Berry Jr Interviewed on Topeka shiners for a front page article in the Argus Leader. (December 2002 - December 2002)
  835. Chuck Berry Jr The Nature Conservancy helped us a lot with models and methods for Gap analysis and now they are using our data to determine the best locations for future land purchases. (December 2002 - December 2002)
  836. William Krohn The State of Maine's "Beginning With Habitat" Program, which grew out of the Maine Gap Analysis Project, was featured in an article in the MAINE SUNDAY TELEGRAM. The article, entitled "Wildlife Report - Map project aids land use planning, conservation, " appearded in the papers Outdoor Section of this newspaper which is published in Portland, Me.. December 22, 2002. (December 2002 - December 2002)
  837. Abby Powell Powell, A. N. Ecology of King Eiders on Alaska's North Slope. Oral paper presented at the MMS Information Transfer Seminar, Anchorage, AK. (December 2002 - December 2002)
  838. Erin Snyder Made presentation at public meeting on assessment of trout spawning substrate and water quality at Big Spring Creek. (December 2002 - December 2002)
  839. Stuart Welsh Distributional database of West Virginia fishes (December 2002 - December 2002)
  840. Charles Birkeland Talk given to the West Hawaii Fisheries Council on how technological developments have removed all natural reserves of coral-reef fishes. (November 2002 - November 2002)
  841. William Krohn Krohn was interviewed for an article on Canada lynx research. The article, entitled "Researchers hope for snow to aid in tracing study of lynx," appeared on pages 1 and 2 of the Maine/New England Section of the MAINE TELEGRAM SUNDAY (Portland, Me.). November 24, 2002. (November 2002 - November 2002)
  842. Richard Malecki For ABC, a special series on mute swans in Chesapeake Bay. (November 2002 - November 2002)
  843. Barry Grand Summary of objectives for the research project "Renesting, nest depredation, and gosling survival of Dusky Canada Geese on the Copper River Delta, Alaska." Dusky Canada Goose Studies Annual Coordination Meeting. 17 October 2002. Anchorage, Alaska USA. (October 2002 - October 2002)
  844. David Andersen Venture North (Minnesota Public Television program) segment on goshawk research project (October 2002 - October 2002)
  845. Michael Bozek Evaluating fish community structure, fish/habitat relations and the effects of dam removal in the Baraboo River, Wisconsin. Fish Passage Design and Management in Midwest Streams Workshop. USFWS National Conservation Training Center, La Crosse, Wisconsin. (October 2002 - October 2002)
  846. Phaedra Budy Common Ground Outdoor Adventures. Assisted in fish print making for mentally and physically disabled persons (October 2002 - October 2002)
  847. Robert Carline Provided interview to a reporter from the Centre Daily Times on stream pollution. (October 2002 - October 2002)
  848. David Galat Hosted visit by Dr. Martin Thoms, University of Canberra, Australia at University of Missouri, as he presented a Conservation Biology Lecture, a guest lecture in Stream Ecology class, and joined a Missouri River field trip led by R. Jacobson, USGS/CERC. (October 2002 - October 2002)
  849. David Galat Interview by Karen Schepeze, Columbia Missourian on historical ecology of Missouri River. (October 2002 - October 2002)
  850. William Krohn Krohn, W. B. Current research activities of the Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. Talk presented at the annual meeting of the Wildlife Divison, Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, Bangor, Maine. October 23, 2001. [invited]. (October 2002 - October 2002)
  851. Richard Malecki For Maryland Public Television, a special series on mute swans in Chesapeake Bay (October 2002 - October 2002)
  852. Richard Neves A Children's Book titled "Russell the Mussel".Conover, A., R. Biggins, and R. Neves. 2002. Russell the Mussel. Virginia Tech Press, Blacksburg, VA (October 2002 - October 2002)
  853. H. Percival News Release (Center for Natural Resources) about the 16th Annual Crocodile Specialist Group Meeting, October 7-10, 2002, Gainesville, FL. (October 2002 - October 2002)
  854. H. Percival Radio interview (WRUF) about the 16th Annual Crocodile Specialist Group Meeting held in Gainesville, FL, October 7-10, 2002. (October 2002 - October 2002)
  855. David Andersen Pioneer Press (St. Paul, MN daily newspaper) feature story on woodcock research project. (September 2002 - September 2002)
  856. Phaedra Budy Common Ground Outdoor Adventures. Took disabled people to view spawning kokanee salmon and provided interpretive natural history information. (September 2002 - September 2002)
  857. Robert Carline Made a presentation at the Pennsylvania Trout Summit Conference on accumulation of PCBs in hatchery trout. (September 2002 - September 2002)
  858. Robert Carline Provided interview to reporter for Centre Daily Times regarding water quality status of Spring Creek. (September 2002 - September 2002)
  859. Steven Hughes Hughes, S.G. 2002. Feed storage and handling. Maryland Aquafarmer 2002-03:3-4. (September 2002 - September 2002)
  860. Hiram Li Summary of recently published journal article of interest to the public. The Ecological and Cultural Importance of a Species at Risk of Extinction, Pacific Lamprey. Fisheries 27(7):19-25. (September 2002 - September 2002)
  861. Charles Rabeni Presentation to Storm Water Task Force, Columbia, Missouri. (September 2002 - September 2002)
  862. Justin Vreeland Vreeland, J. K. 2002. Fawn survival in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Game News 73(9):12-16. (September 2002 - September 2002)
  863. Peggy Wilzbach Presentation on salmon biology, Jacoby Creek Elementary School (September 2002 - September 2002)
  864. Robert Carline Provided a half day field tour on stream ecology for a youth fishing program. (August 2002 - August 2002)
  865. Raymond Carthy Presentation Research: Boating Channel Audience. (August 2002 - August 2002)
  866. Courtney Conway An editor of the national magazine "Golf Course News" visited my study site of my burrowing owl project in eastern Washington and wrote an article for their magazine on the project. Citation for article: Overbeck, A. 2002. Washington courses providing habitat for burrowing owls. Golf Course News 14:6-9. (August 2002 - August 2002)
  867. Courtney Conway Sponsored a visiting faculty member and his lab from the University of Washington for 3 months. (August 2002 - August 2002)
  868. Melanie Culver Interwiewed by NPR reported for a story on the carnivore study in collaboration with Grand Canyon National Park. (August 2002 - August 2002)
  869. Kenneth Higgins Invited talk to the Lower Missouri River Ecosystem Team Meeting, Mound City, Missouri, onChanging Farm Practices and Their Effects on Wildlife. (August 2002 - August 2002)
  870. Elise Irwin Research on the Tallapoosa River below Thurlow Dam. Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries. August 2002. Tallassee, Alabama. (August 2002 - August 2002)
  871. Michael Vaughan Article on bear research; Virginia Tech Yearbook (August 2002 - August 2002)
  872. Peggy Wilzbach Presentation on the importance of light and nutrients to salmonid growth, Smith River Advisory Council (August 2002 - August 2002)
  873. Brad Griffith Griffith, B. July 2002. Climate, development and the Porcupine caribou herd. Invited presentation to the 5th Annual Gwich'in Gathering, Old Crow, Yukon Territory, Fairbanks. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  874. Brad Griffith Griffith, B. July 2002. Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: 1002 Report, Porcupine caribou herd. Invited presentation to the U.S. Department of State Representative Meeting, University of Alaska Fairbanks. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  875. Michael Bozek Guidelines for evaluating habitat in the littoral zone of Wisconsin's inland lakes. Bureau of Fisheries Management and Habitat Protection, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  876. Courtney Conway Invited to participate in half-day workshop with Arizona Desert Museum, Sonoran Institute, National Park Service, and Desert Southwest Cooperative Ecosystems Studies Unit to identify potential coordinated research projects in the region that would be of interest to all/most state and federal agencies and conservation organizations. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  877. Courtney Conway The daily newspaper in Tucson (The Arizona Daily Star) published a feature article on my Band-tailed Pigeon project in Arizona. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  878. Cecily Costello Black bears in New Mexico: ecology, management, and challenges of co-existing with humans." Presented as public meetings in Albuquerque, Ruidoso, Silver City, Los Alamos, and Raton, New Mexico. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  879. Brad Griffith Griffith, B. July 2002. Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: 1002 Report, Porcupine caribou herd. Invited presentation to Resource Management Society, School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, University of Alaska Fairbanks. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  880. Hiram Li Posted on the Washington State webpage on Salmon Recovery. Responses of Salmon and Trout to Habitat Changes. Tech Memo 2002-2. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  881. Richard Neves Front page article on mussel restoration in Virginia. Richmond Times-Dispatch 7/13/02. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  882. Richard Neves Interview on asphalt spill into Nottoway River. WVTF 7/14/02. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  883. Michael Vaughan Blue Ridge Country Magazine (Vol XV, No 7/8, July/August 2002:31-35) on bear research (July 2002 - July 2002)
  884. Michael Vaughan Quoted In People Magazine (Vol 58: No 4, July 2002) regarding rehabilitation of orphaned black bear cubs. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  885. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 12-16) (July 2002 - July 2002)
  886. Khristi Wilkins Interview on satellite radio markers and satellite data for a video on bird banding. (July 2002 - July 2002)
  887. Eric Bergersen Fish Tracking and Underwater Sounds presented to Denver Chapter, Muskie, Inc. (June 2002 - June 2002)
  888. Chuck Berry Jr Multi-agency planning Topeka shiner conservation plan requested data and opinions about conservation and management. (June 2002 - June 2002)
  889. Charles Birkeland Premier consultant for U.S. Postal Service Pacific Coral Reef panorama stamp set in the Nature in America series. (June 2002 - June 2002)
  890. Steven Chipps Developed a series of brochures outlining research projects and services of the USGS South Dakota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit (SDCFWRU). Brochures include: wildlife and fisheries research in South Dakota, estimating trophic position of Lake Oahe walleyes, development of wetland biomonitoring criteria, the role of iron availability on trophic status of Black Hills reservoirs. (June 2002 - June 2002)
  891. Jeremy Coleman Public Lecture entitled "The Colonial Waterbirdsof Oneida Lake, NY - a brief overview ofpopulations and research" for the Annual Meetingof the American Wildlife Research Foundation'sBoard of Directors, June 11, 2002. (June 2002 - June 2002)
  892. Jeremy Coleman Public Lecture entitled "The Colonial Waterbirdsof Oneida Lake, NY" for the Cornell Biological FieldStation's Wednesday Seminar Series, June 12, 2002. (June 2002 - June 2002)
  893. David Galat Television interview with RENTV, Moscow, Russia, on Significance of invasive aquatic species in the U.S. (June 2002 - June 2002)
  894. David Galat U.S. News and World Report article on the Missouri River quoting Galat interview. (June 2002 - June 2002)
  895. Charles Rabeni Literature review for Ozark National Scenic Riverways. (June 2002 - June 2002)
  896. Daniel Roby OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION EDUCATION - Caspian tern colony relocation (June 2002 - June 2002)
  897. Hal Schramm Jr. Keeping Bass Alive, a procedure manual published by BASS/ESPNO to improve the survival of fish caught in bass tournaments. (June 2002 - June 2002)
  898. Chuck Berry Jr Fish pond preparation and stocking for kids fishing. (May 2002 - May 2002)
  899. Chuck Berry Jr Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) used Topeka shiner location data and habitat associations. (May 2002 - May 2002)
  900. Chuck Berry Jr Wall Street Journal interview about trophy catfishing. (May 2002 - May 2002)
  901. Charles Birkeland Invited speaker and panel member to the U.S. Commission on Ocean Policy (May 2002 - May 2002)
  902. Robert Carline Guided field trip of Millbrook Marsh for members of the Clearwater Conservancy. (May 2002 - May 2002)
  903. Robert Carline Was interviewed by Scripps Howard News Service regarding effects of climate change on fishery resources. (May 2002 - May 2002)
  904. Courtney Conway The Los Angeles Times published an article on the effects of the devastating wildfires on birds and birding industry in southern Arizona and included quotes from me based on my research on the effects of fire on birds in southern Arizona. (May 2002 - May 2002)
  905. Michael Vaughan Article on use of DNA analysis of hair for wildlife research; Science News (Vol 161:250-252) (May 2002 - May 2002)
  906. Brad Griffith Griffith, B. April 2002. Potential effects of petroleum development on the Porcupine caribou herd. Invited presentation to US Senate open meeting, Dirksen Building, Washington, DC. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  907. Mark Wipfli Wipfli, M.S., J.P. Hudson, J.P. Caouette, D.T. Chaloner, R.A. Heintz, N.L. Mitchell, M.E. Lang, G.A. Lamberti, and R.T. Edwards. 2002. Ecological effects of marine biomass from salmon runs on freshwater food webs. US Forest Service Alaska Region workshop, Juneau, AK. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  908. Mark Wipfli Wipfli, M.S., R.L. Deal, P.E. Hennon, A.C. Johnson, T.L. De Santo, M.E. Schultz, M.D. Bryant, T.A. Hanley, E.H. Orlikowska, T. Gomi, C. LeSage, and R.T. Edwards. 2002. Ecological role of red alder in young-growth conifer forests of southeastern Alaska: Implications for Ecosystem Restoration. US Forest Service Region 10 workshop, Juneau, AK. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  909. Chuck Berry Jr Interview about fish management. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  910. Chuck Berry Jr Interview about Missouri River issues. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  911. Chuck Berry Jr South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources(SDDENR) wanted Cheyenne River fish list for contaminant issue. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  912. Phil Bettoli "Cyber-bass" article in the Kingsport Times-News, regarding a project funded by TWRA and Tennessee Tech University, on the tracking habits, movement and preferences of smallmouth bass through the use of radio transmitters. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  913. Robert Carline Provided to a graduate student from University of Maryland background information and data on a riparian restoration project. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  914. Courtney Conway Invited to give a one-hour presentation entitled "Rails, Rails, Rails" at the annual Yuma Birding and Nature Festival. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  915. Courtney Conway Invited to lead a half-day field trip on the lower Colorado River marshes to teach vocalizations and natural history of rails and other marsh birds for participants of the annual Yuma Birding and Nature Festival (April 2002 - April 2002)
  916. David Galat TV interview with NBC affiliate KTIV, Sioux City, Iowa. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  917. Steven Hughes Hughes, S.G. 2002. Aquaculture. Presented to the Biology 102 class from Salisbury University During Their Tour of the UMES Aquaculture Facilities, April 18, 2002. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  918. Richard Neves Title- Tech's Neves worls to save endangered freahwater mussels. Spectrum Newspaper 4/15/02 (April 2002 - April 2002)
  919. James Parrish Job Fair held at University of Hawaii, Campus Center. Provide information for Federal employment. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  920. Theodore Schrader Coordination committee of North American Grasslands Assessment Project. Commission for Environmental Cooperation. Mexico City, Mexico. (April 2002 - April 2002)
  921. Brad Griffith Griffith, B. March 2002. Tracking caribou by satellite. Invited presentation, Science for Alaska Series, Geophysical Institute, University of Alaska Fairbanks. (March 2002 - March 2002)
  922. Brad Griffith Griffith, B. March 2002. Tracking caribou by satellite. Invited presentation, Science for Alaska Series, Alaska Science and Technology Foundation, Anchorage. (March 2002 - March 2002)
  923. Eric Bergersen Presented fish habitat management and whirling disease session at CSU Annual Wildlife Short Course (March 2002 - March 2002)
  924. C. Bryan Hydrological Requirements of Atchafalaya Basin to Avert Recurring Hypoxia AssociatedWith Spring Floods. (March 2002 - March 2002)
  925. Phaedra Budy Bear River Watershed Celebration. Exposed children to native fishes of the Bear River Basin through the use of live specimens and games. (March 2002 - March 2002)
  926. Robert Carline Was interviewed by WHYY radio station for a report on paddlefish project. (March 2002 - March 2002)
  927. Anne Gallagher Informal Seminar/Public Talk "Travels in SouthAfrica" presented by Anne Gallagher and NoelGurwick at an informal slide show, Rice Hall,Cornell University. (March 2002 - March 2002)
  928. Joseph Hightower Eggleston, D. B., E. G. Johnson and J. Hightower. 2002. Population dynamics and stock assessment of the blue crab in North Carolina. NC Commercial Fishing Show. New Bern, NC, March, 2002. (March 2002 - March 2002)
  929. Steven Hughes Hughes, S.G. 2002. Conducting feed evaluation trials: A how-to. Maryland Aquafarmer 2002-01:8-9. (March 2002 - March 2002)
  930. William Krohn Dr. Krohn was interviewed, along with Dr. P. MacDougall of the University of Maine Folklife Center, on the radio program "Maine Outdoors" (103.9FM). Topics discussed included the Maine naturalist Manly Hardy and the early Maine game laws. March 24, 2002. (March 2002 - March 2002)
  931. Abby Powell Powell, A. N. Plovers in peril: Snowy Plovers on California's Coast. Alaska Bird Observatory Seminar Series (March 2002 - March 2002)
  932. Michael Vaughan Made by VDGIF of captive bear research for use in Virginia's Standards of Learning (SOL) Program. Distributed to the Virginia Department of Education. (March 2002 - March 2002)
  933. Khristi Wilkins Gave an interview for a video made by the USFWSDivision of Migratory Bird Management to mark the100th anniversary of bird banding in the U.S.Interview was conducted at the Patuxent WildlifeResearch Center in Laurel, MD. Topic ofinterview was on satellite radio markers andsatellite data on bird banding for the tundra swanproject. (March 2002 - March 2002)
  934. Chuck Berry Jr Nature Serve asked for information on Minnesota river fishes. (February 2002 - February 2002)
  935. Charles Birkeland Organized, coordinated and obtained funding for international group of speakers for a symposium at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting 2002 held in Boston. (February 2002 - February 2002)
  936. Robert Carline Was interviewed by a reported from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette regarding paddlefish project. (February 2002 - February 2002)
  937. Courtney Conway Hosted 2 scientists from the Canadian Wildlife Service for visit to Tucson. Organized departmental seminar, meeting with graduate students, and field trip for their visit. (February 2002 - February 2002)
  938. David Galat Interview by Forrest Rose on Missouri River Institute Town Hall Meeting for University of Missouri publication, "Discover and Enlighten. (February 2002 - February 2002)
  939. Brad Griffith Griffith, B., D. E. Russell, and G. P. Kofinas. February 2002. A continental system for barren-ground caribou habitat assessment. Presented to the Alaska Oil and Gas Association North Slope Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska. (February 2002 - February 2002)
  940. Joseph Hightower Eggleston, D. B., E. G. Johnson and J. Hightower. 2002. Population dynamics of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus, in North Carolina. NC Marine Fisheries Commission, Crustacean Advisory Committee, Washington, NC. February, 2002. (February 2002 - February 2002)
  941. Joseph Hightower Invited presentation: "Restoration of spawning habitat for striped bass and American shad through removal of the Quaker Neck Dam", 22nd Annual North Carolina Commercial Fishing Show, New Bern, North Carolina. (February 2002 - February 2002)
  942. Steven Hughes Hughes, S.G. 2002. How recirculating systems work: Putting the parts together. Presented at the East Coast Commercial Fishermen's and Aquaculture Trade Expo 2002, February 2-4, 2002, Ocean City, MD. (February 2002 - February 2002)
  943. Hiram Li Technical memorandum posted on the Washington State webpage on Salmon Recovery. Evaluation of a technical issue important to salmon recovery. Independent Science Panel. February 2002. Instream Flows for Salmon. Tech Memo 2002-1 (February 2002 - February 2002)
  944. Richard Malecki Provided Reston office with material on "interaction with other USGS components"and "involvement with USFWS Region 5." (February 2002 - February 2002)
  945. Bruce Thompson USGS Southwest Landscape Change Workshop, Las Cruces, New Mexico. Invited Special Facilitator for Discussion of Participant Views and Evolving Workshop Outcomes. (February 2002 - February 2002)
  946. Mark Wipfli Wipfli, M.S., J.P. Hudson, J.P. Caouette, R.T. Edwards, M. Lang, D.T. Chaloner, R.A. Heintz, and D. Lang. 2002. Changes in aquatic food webs and rearing salmonid populations when salmon carcasses are present. Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council annual meeting, Anchorage AK. (January 2002 - January 2002)
  947. Rolf Koford Talk given on Costa Rica to local chapter of the Audubon Society (January 2002 - January 2002)
  948. Chuck Berry Jr Fish and Wildlife Service used Topeka shiner locations for critical habitat designations. (January 2002 - January 2002)
  949. Robert Carline Conducted electrofishing which was videotaped for TV production by WPSX, public television. (January 2002 - January 2002)
  950. Robert Carline Presentation to the Spring Creek Chapter of Trout Unlimited on water quality issues in Spring Creek. (January 2002 - January 2002)
  951. Robert Carline Provided benthic data to Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. (January 2002 - January 2002)
  952. Robert Carline Provided written material to WPSX, Public Television Station, for production about brook trout and other natives Pennsylvania fishes. (January 2002 - January 2002)
  953. David Galat Telephone interview with University of Missouri Media Relations on National Research Council's Missouri River Report. They issued as a radio press release. (January 2002 - January 2002)
  954. Evelyn Galban Research presented in a televised episode of "WildlifeDetectives: Eagle Alert" on the Animal Planet ChannelIn January and March of 2002. Filming took place atfield location, Lake Surf, NC, during an outbreak ofAvian Vacuolar Myelinopathy in November 2000. (January 2002 - January 2002)
  955. Richard Neves Interview on biological effects of zebra mussels. Heraldo News, Madrid, Spain. 1/12/02. (January 2002 - January 2002)
  956. H. Percival 6 interviews with various newsprint reporters. (January 2002 - January 2002)
  957. H. Percival Interview with WRUFradio, Gainesville, FL (January 2002 - January 2002)
  958. Daniel Roby COLUMBIA BASIN BULLETIN - Settlement for Caspian tern management (January 2002 - January 2002)
  959. Daniel Roby COLUMBIA BASIN BULLETIN - Tern management consequences of on-going injunction (January 2002 - January 2002)
  960. Daniel Roby NATIONAL WILDLIFE magazine - Caspian tern colony relocation and lawsuit (January 2002 - January 2002)
  961. Daniel Roby THE OREGONIAN - Negotiations to permit Caspian tern management (January 2002 - January 2002)
  962. Kendal Young Discussion of aplomado falcon habitat use in northern Chihuahua: microhabitat and landscape perspective. Aplomado Falcon Working Group Meeting. Las Cruces, New Mexico. (January 2002 - January 2002)
  963. Clay Pierce Interviewed for local government channel (TV12) program on fishery in newly aquired public lake. (December 2001 - December 2001)
  964. Chuck Berry Jr North Dakota Department of Health requested IBI information on South Dakota streams. (December 2001 - December 2001)
  965. Robert Carline Special briefing for Pennsylvania House of Representatives, House Game and Fisheries Committee on PCB accumulation in hatchery trout. (December 2001 - December 2001)
  966. David Galat Organized a field trip to Ft. Leavenworth, KS, site of old growth Missouri River floodplain forest for 12 people from University of Missouri, U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Department of the Army Forester Matt Nowak headed trip. (December 2001 - December 2001)
  967. J. Michael Scott Conference, Faculty, Students of Universidado de Nuevo Leon and Environmental Authorities of Tamaulipas, Mexico (December 2001 - December 2001)
  968. Glenn VanBlaricom Invited testimony: "Viability models for the conservation status of Steller sea lions." Meeting of the Committee on Alaska Groundfish Fishery and Steller Sea Lions, National Research Council. (December 2001 - December 2001)
  969. Glenn VanBlaricom Invited verbal presentation on sea otters to a membership meeting of the Adopt-a-Stream Foundation, Everett, Washington. (December 2001 - December 2001)
  970. Michael Vaughan Article on bear research; Harrisonburg Times (December 2001 - December 2001)
  971. Kenneth Burnham Hosted Dr. Tom Siks, Leslie Ries and James Battin, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, for discussions on statistical issues on bird and butterfly research (November 2001 - November 2001)
  972. Robert Carline Special briefing for Pennsylvania agency administrators on accumulation of PCBs in hatchery trout (November 2001 - November 2001)
  973. Joseph Hightower Article for Tradewinds magazine on fish responses to removal of low-head dam (November 2001 - November 2001)
  974. Joseph Hightower Eggleston, D. B., E. G. Johnson and J. Hightower. 2001. Stock assessment of the blue crab in North Carolina. Duke University Marine Laboratory, Beaufort, NC, November, 2001. (November 2001 - November 2001)
  975. Steven Hughes Hughes, S.G. 2001. Cooperative Projects: Interactions between MDDNR Fisheries and the MCFWRU at UMES. MDDNR Fisheries Staff Retreat, November 6-7, 2001, New Germany State Park, MD. (November 2001 - November 2001)
  976. Daniel Roby U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Annual Anadromous Fish Program Evaluation. (November 2001 - November 2001)
  977. Clint Boal Provided a 1 hour invited seminar titled "Ecology and Management of Urban Birds of Prey" at the Texas Recreation Areas and Parks Annual Workshop. Purpose of the seminar was to provide state, county, and city park employees with an understanding of bird of prey behavior, how and why human-wildlife conflicts may arise in parks, and steps to take in order to reduce such conflicts. (October 2001 - October 2001)
  978. Walt Duffy Half hour interview on public radio regarding status of salmon and their biology (October 2001 - October 2001)
  979. David Galat Science of altering river flow debated. Source: Michael Mansur. The Kansas City (Missouri) Star article quoting David L. Galat. (October 2001 - October 2001)
  980. Hiram Li A summary of recently published journal article of interest to the public. Conceptual basis for ecological responses to dam removal. BioScience 52:713-723. (October 2001 - October 2001)
  981. Dan Magoulick Collaborative research on relationship between land use and geomorphology, hydrology and fish assemblage structure in U.S.D.O.I. People, Land & Water. 2001 (October 2001 - October 2001)
  982. Peter McHugh Common Ground Outdoor Adventures. Annual Field trip with disabled persons to view spawning kokanee salmon --provided interpretive natural history information. (October 2001 - October 2001)
  983. Spencer Rearden THE OREGONIAN - Caspian terns nesting in the Columbia estuary (October 2001 - October 2001)
  984. Daniel Roby HORIZON AIR magazine - Relocation of the Caspian tern colony to East Sand Island (October 2001 - October 2001)
  985. Daniel Roby LONGVIEW DAILY NEWS - Marine bird colonies on East Sand Island (October 2001 - October 2001)
  986. Erin Snyder Provided information regarding perchlorate bioconcentration in fish and provided a telephone interview for a science writer from the journal Environmental Science & Technology. (October 2001 - October 2001)
  987. Glenn VanBlaricom Nontechnical book: VanBlaricom, G.R. 2001. Sea otters. Colin Baxter Photography, Grantown-on-Spey, Scotland (September 2001 - September 2001)
  988. Cecily Costello Statewide news release in New Mexico regarding completion of 8-year investigation of black bear ecology in collaboration with NM Dept. of Game and Fish and Hornocker Wildlife Institute. Release was picked up by AP for national distribution. (September 2001 - September 2001)
  989. Charles Birkeland Birkeland, C. Sept 01. New technology makes marine reserves imperative. West Hawaii Fisheries Council. Kona, HI (September 2001 - September 2001)
  990. Charles Birkeland Birkeland, C. Sept 01. Why some species are influential on coral reefs, and others are not. West Hawaii Explorations Academy. Kona, HI (September 2001 - September 2001)
  991. Kenneth Boykin NM Unit develops and maintains webpage and ftp site on behalf of 5-state Southwest Regional Gap Analysis Project (September 2001 - September 2001)
  992. Robert Carline Information on watershed research for local newspaper. (September 2001 - September 2001)
  993. Nick Parker Bridging the Texas GAP. pp. 8-9 in The Agriculturist, Texas Tech University. Fall 2001. (September 2001 - September 2001)
  994. Paul Angermeier Angermeier, P. L. 2001. Tech should be an environmental leader, not laggard. Roanoke Times, 16 September. (September 2001 - September 2001)
  995. Chuck Berry Jr Five minute segments on Agriculture Today about river education at South Dakota State University. (September 2001 - September 2001)
  996. Charles Birkeland Birkeland, C. Marine reserves:does Hawaii need them or not? Pacific Aquaculture and Marine Resources Center, Marine Option Program, and University of Hawaii at Hilo. Hilo, Hawaii. (September 2001 - September 2001)
  997. Charles Birkeland Birkeland, C. Sept 01. Economics of coral reefs. Reef Talk Session. Kona, Hawaii (September 2001 - September 2001)
  998. Daniel Roby SCIENCE NEWS - When rare species eat endangered ones. (September 2001 - September 2001)
  999. James Parrish Parrish, J.D. Aug 01. Fish research, interactions between taape and other deepwater snappers. Public information meeting of Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources. Honolulu, HI (August 2001 - August 2001)
  1000. Glenn VanBlaricom Participation, by invitation, in a meeting with U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell at Friday Harbor, Washington, to discuss the status, trends, and management options for the southern resident population of killer whales (Orcinus orca) off northwestern Washington and southwestern British Columbia. Meeting was attended by scientists, local community leaders, and representatives of conservation organizations and local businesses. Information and opinions provided will be used by the Senator to help guide federal policy and management actions regarding the whale population. (August 2001 - August 2001)
  1001. Christine Ribic Grassland bird research featured in Science. (August 2001 - August 2001)
  1002. Paul Angermeier Meeting on water issues. (August 2001 - August 2001)
  1003. Christine Ribic Grassland bird research featured in Environmental News Service. (August 2001 - August 2001)
  1004. Charles Birkeland Contributor/Advisor. NOAA website for scientific advisement on coral reef ecology and management to the public and to school teachers (ongoing)(www.coexploration.org/sse/coral). (August 2001 - August 2001)
  1005. Scott Bonar Presenter, Student Job Fair, American Fisheries Society Anual Meeting, Phoenix,Arizona (August 2001 - August 2001)
  1006. Daniel Roby COLUMBIA BASIN BULLETIN - Officials Mull Next Move with Tern Relocation. (August 2001 - August 2001)
  1007. Richard Neves University Outreach, Co-advised undergraduate female in summer minority program. (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1008. Richard Neves Interview for Sierra Club video. (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1009. Raymond Carthy Habitats of Turtles in St. Joe Bay Studied, appeared in The Star, Port. St. Joe, FL. (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1010. Christine Ribic Grassland bird research featured in Mount Horeb Mail. (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1011. Eric Bergersen Volunteer host boater in C.A.S.T. (Cast a Special Thrill) Program for handicapped anglers at Horsetooth Reservoir, Fort Collins, CO. Sponsored the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1012. Michael Bozek Research on Land-Water Linkages in Katherine Lake, a North Temperate Lake (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1013. Phil Bettoli Spoke to the Elk River Chapter of TU, Tullahoma, TN on "Recent Research Findings on the Elk River Trout Fishery". (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1014. Michael Bozek Fish community dynamics of Escanaba Lake, Wisconsin, based on abundacne and harvest of fish (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1015. Chuck Berry Jr Newspaper article in Sioux Falls Argus Leader about rare fish and streams. (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1016. Courtney Conway The local ABC affiliate (KVEW) in Kennewick Washington produced and aired a 10-minute news story on my burrowing owl project in eastern Washington. (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1017. Paul Lukacs WebSim completed and available for download from software section of the Unit web site starting July 10, 2001. (Currently, there are registered users in 45 countries around the world.) (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1018. H. Percival 12 interviews with various newsprint reporters. (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1019. H. Percival Interview with WRUFradio, Gainesville, FL (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1020. H. Percival University of Florida TV news release on chinese alligators. (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1021. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 12-16) (July 2001 - July 2001)
  1022. Phil Bettoli Spoke to the Tennessee Striped Bass Association, Halls, TN, on "Factors regulating hooking mortality in striped bass". (June 2001 - June 2001)
  1023. Phil Bettoli Spoke to the Tennessee Striped Bass Association, Norris, TN. Discussed current management activities and stress in striped bass. (June 2001 - June 2001)
  1024. Daniel Roby THE DAILY NEWS - Columbia River Bird Paradise. Several species flock to East Sand Island near Chinook, leaving biologists fearing too many eggs in one sandy basket. (June 2001 - June 2001)
  1025. Nick Parker From Wasteland to Promiseland. Summer 2001. Vistas: Texas Tech Research Volume 9 No. 2. (June 2001 - June 2001)
  1026. Michael Bozek Food habits and predation between walleye and smallmouth bass in a northern Wisconsin lake (June 2001 - June 2001)
  1027. Charles Birkeland Back to the sea for the future. Calypso Log. June 2001:37 (June 2001 - June 2001)
  1028. Charles Birkeland Birkeland, C., and A.M. Friedlander. 2001. The importance of refuges for reef fish replenishment in Hawaii'i. Pacific Fisheries Coalition and Hawaii Audubon society, Honolulu, HI. 19 p. (June 2001 - June 2001)
  1029. Raymond Carthy Interviewed by local paper regarding Sea Turtle Research. (June 2001 - June 2001)
  1030. Daniel Roby THE NEWS TRIBUNE - Finding a Better Place to Roost. Researchers set up sand-covered barge to lure nesting birds from Asarco site. (May 2001 - May 2001)
  1031. David Galat Galat quoted in a Columbia Missourian article, "A supplementary study of the Missouri River is nearly conclusion." (May 2001 - May 2001)
  1032. Glenn VanBlaricom Invited verbal presentation on marine mammal research in the School of Aquatic Fisheries, University of Washington, Teen Naturalist Group, Seattle Aquarium. (May 2001 - May 2001)
  1033. Craig Allen Newspaper interview, ecological impacts of red imported fire ants, May 10, 2001. Published in the Charleston, South Carolina Sunday edition (Post and Courier), other papers (e.g., Greenville, SC, Augusta, GA), and reported by National Public Radio. (May 2001 - May 2001)
  1034. Raymond Carthy Sea Turtle Powerpoint Presentation (May 2001 - May 2001)
  1035. H. Percival Powerpoint Presentation on Alligators in Florida. (May 2001 - May 2001)
  1036. Courtney Conway Led a half-day field trip for the Yuma Birding and Nature Festival. (April 2001 - April 2001)
  1037. Courtney Conway Hour presentation on rails and other marsh birds for the First Annual Yuma Birding and Nature Festival. (April 2001 - April 2001)
  1038. David Galat On KDHX, 88.1 FM, St. Louis Community Radio's Earthwatch Program on Missouri River issues. (April 2001 - April 2001)
  1039. David Galat Interviewed by John Lyons, Columbia Missourian newspaper on Missouri River Science (April 2001 - April 2001)
  1040. Michael Vaughan Scheduled visits to the captive bear facility by school classes and citizen groups. Five groups attended between March 1, 2001 and April 15, 2001. (April 2001 - April 2001)
  1041. Michael Bozek Current Research Topics at the Wisconsin Cooperative Fishery Research Unit, 12 Apostles Musky Club (April 2001 - April 2001)
  1042. Justin Vreeland Vreeland, J. K. 2001. Fawn survival in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Game News 72(4):34-36. (April 2001 - April 2001)
  1043. Charles Birkeland Birkeland, C. Mar 01. A talk on reef fisheries management at two public hearings. March 23 and March 24 at the Office of Samoan Affairs and at the Rainmaker Hotel, Pago Pago, American Samoa. (March 2001 - March 2001)
  1044. Charles Birkeland Birkeland, C. Mar 01. Fall and rise of corals and rise and fall of fish on Tutuila's reefs. Public talk at Feleti Barstow Public Library in Pago Pago, American Samoa. (March 2001 - March 2001)
  1045. Craig Allen Provided expertise on invasive species for Fellows of the Institutes for Journalism and Natural Resources (Low Country Institute, March 16 - 24, 2001; I was present for activities March 17; Fellows were journalists representing USA and international outlets). (March 2001 - March 2001)
  1046. Brad Griffith Allen, D. A., A. Morkill, and B. Griffith. February 2001. Potential effects of oil development on wildlife resources of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Presentation to the Secretary of Interior, Washington, D.C. Additional presentations to the Directorate USFWS, OMB, and NSF during February 26-28, 2001. (February 2001 - February 2001)
  1047. Mark Wipfli Wipfli, M.S., J.P. Hudson, J.P. Caouette, R.A. Heintz, and D.T. Chaloner. 2001. Influence of salmon spawners on freshwater productivity: should salmon escapement goals take marine nutrients into account? Alaska Department of Fish and Game annual salmon management workshop, Anchorage, AK. (February 2001 - February 2001)
  1048. Christine Ribic Grassland bird research featured on WDNR television production "Into the Outdoors" (children's show). (February 2001 - February 2001)
  1049. Craig Allen Radio interview (also with C.S. Holling), Resilience in Complex Systems. February 15, 2001. Two 7-minute segments recorded for South Carolina Public Radio, aired on March 5, 2001. (February 2001 - February 2001)
  1050. Craig Allen Reprints and information provided upon request to Alex Clark, Assistant Producer, Natural History New Zealand (filming in Florida for National Geographic Television). Feb. 1, 2001. (February 2001 - February 2001)
  1051. Craig Allen Reprints and information provided upon request to Don Zaidle, Editor-at-large, Texas Fish & Game Magazine, Feb. 6 2001. (February 2001 - February 2001)
  1052. Chuck Berry Jr Guidelines for creating and restoring wetlands. (February 2001 - February 2001)
  1053. Charles Birkeland Spoke before the State Legislative Committee on H.B. No. 2831, the CORAL REEF PROTECTION ACT (February 2001 - February 2001)
  1054. Charles Birkeland Testimony written for H.B. No. 2831, CORAL REEF PROTECTION ACT (February 2001 - February 2001)
  1055. Joseph Hightower Eggleston, D. B., E. G. Johnson and J. Hightower. 2001. Stock assessment of the blue crab in North Carolina. NC Commercial Fishing Show. New Bern, North Carolina. February, 2001. (February 2001 - February 2001)
  1056. Christine Ribic Antarctic research featured in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Milwaukee, WI. (January 2001 - January 2001)
  1057. Walt Duffy Described Cooperative Unit research activity and threats to salmon. (January 2001 - January 2001)
  1058. Joseph Hightower Eggleston, D. B., E. G. Johnson, J. Hightower. 2001. Population dynamics of the blue crab, Callinectes sapidus, in North Carolina. North Carolina Marine Fisheries Commission Meeting. Greenville, North Carolina. January, 2001. (January 2001 - January 2001)
  1059. Daniel Roby BIRD CONSERVATION - A Tern for the Better...Science guides tough conservation choices (January 2001 - January 2001)
  1060. Jim Long Talk on Fisheries management at Skiatook Lake, Oklahoma given to United Methodist Men, First United Methodist Church, Guthrie, OK. (January 2000 - December 2000)
  1061. Glenn VanBlaricom Review comments provided to a private company, Microsoft of Redmond, Washington, on the technical accuracy of instructional software, "Magic School Bus Whales Project", designed for elementary school children. (December 2000 - December 2000)
  1062. Craig Allen Telephone interview with science reporter (Richard Wassersug) from Discovery Channel (1 hr primetime program "@discovery.ca", shown across Canada), focusing on fire ant - alligator and fire ant - sea turtle research. November 6 and November 13, 2000. Video footage provided. (November 2000 - November 2000)
  1063. Daniel Roby OREGONIAN - Tern Program is Called Effective (October 2000 - October 2000)
  1064. Daniel Roby SEABIRD RESTORATION PROGRAM NEWSLETTER -Caspian Terns Move to Restoration Site at East Sand Island. (October 2000 - October 2000)
  1065. Walt Duffy Contributed to newspaper article covering role of Cooperative Unit in graduate education and student research. (October 2000 - October 2000)
  1066. Courtney Conway Worked with a nature television producer to put together a 15-minute program on a regional Public Television show that summarized my research on burrowing owls. (July 2000 - July 2000)
  1067. Scott Bonar Minority Student Training Program (July 2000 - July 2000)
  1068. Glenn VanBlaricom Invited verbal presentation on Careers in Marine Mammal Research to the Youth at Hope Business Leadership Program, City Hall, Bellevue, Washington. (July 2000 - July 2000)
  1069. Stuart Welsh Aquatic Ecology workshop, Wilderness Rangers Boy Scout Camp (student ages 12-16) (July 2000 - July 2000)
  1070. John Bissonette Ph.D. Kaufmann, Cynthia K. 2000. M.Sc. F. Analysis of Spatial Harvest Constraints on Ecological (Wildlife Habitat) versus Economic (Timber Harvest) Objectives. M.Sc.F. Thesis, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay Ontario Canada (Supervisor: Rob Remple). (June 2000 - June 2000)
  1071. Mark Wipfli Wipfli, M.S., J.P. Hudson, J.P. Caouette, D.T. Chaloner, R.E. Heintz, and K.M. Martin. 2000. Salmon carcasses fuel riverine food webs: implications for fisheries management in Southeast Alaska. Alaska Department of Fish and Game seminar, Juneau, AK. (June 2000 - June 2000)
  1072. Courtney Conway A regional cable television program called Washington Wildlife did an episode for their program on my research project on burrowing owls in eastern Washington. The program was carried by 33 local cable television stations throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. The piece highlighted the unique partnership among local golf courses, the local Audubon Society, the U.S. Golf Association, and several state and federal agencies. (May 2000 - May 2000)
  1073. Courtney Conway Conway, C .J., and M. D. Smith. 2000. Owls and golf courses may be mutually beneficial. Golf Course News 12(5):22. (May 2000 - May 2000)
  1074. Courtney Conway Wrote popular article for national golf course magazine (Golf Course News) explaining research project in cooperation with local golf courses that was testing efficacy of installing artificial nest burrows on golf courses: Smith, M. D., and C. J. Conway. 2000. "Golf courses and Owls may be mutually beneficial". Golf Course News Magazine, May 2000. (May 2000 - May 2000)
  1075. Courtney Conway Worked with reporter from local newspaper to produce front-page story summarizing my research on Burrowing Owls. (April 2000 - April 2000)
  1076. Courtney Conway The daily newspaper in Kennewick Washington (The Tri-City Herald) published a front-page feature story on my burrowing owl project in eastern Washington. (April 2000 - April 2000)
  1077. Courtney Conway The daily newspaper in Seattle, Washington (The Seattle Times) published a feature article on my burrowing owl project in eastern Washington. (April 2000 - April 2000)
  1078. Michael Bozek Life History Strategies of Steelhead in Ontario Waters of Lake Superior 1991-1999 (March 2000 - March 2000)
  1079. Michael Bozek Population Dynamics and Life History Characteristics of Steelhead in Portage Creek, Lake Superior 1991-1999 (March 2000 - March 2000)
  1080. Mark Wipfli Wipfli, M.S. 2000. Stream-Riparian Trophic Processes. USFS Alaska Region Silviculture conference, Petersburg, AK. (March 2000 - March 2000)
  1081. Mark Wipfli Wipfli, M.S., R.L. Deal, P.E. Hennon, and M.E. Schultz. 2000. Role of red alder in upland ecosystems: overview of a new study. USFS Alaska Region Silviculture conference, Petersburg, AK. (March 2000 - March 2000)
  1082. Michael Bozek Assessment of Fish Habitat in Lakes (March 2000 - March 2000)
  1083. Dave McGuire Reviewer for Alaska High School Symposium (annually). (March 2000 - March 2000)
  1084. Daniel Roby Website www.columbiabirdresearch.org This website provides information to resource managemnet agencies and other stakeholders on results of on-going research and monitoring of avian predators on juvenile salmonids in the lower Columbia River. (March 2000 - March 2000)
  1085. Joseph Hightower Eggleston, D. B., E. G. Johnson and J. Hightower. 2000. Stock assessment of the blue crab in North Carolina. NC Commercial Fishing Show. New Bern, NC. February, 2000. (February 2000 - February 2000)
  1086. Mark Wipfli Wipfli, M.S., D.P. Gregovich, and J.J. Piccolo. 2000. Transport of invertebrates and detritus from headwaters in Southeast Alaska: implications for upland forest management and downstream salmonid habitats. Sealaska Native Corporation ?Large Woody Debris Source and Transport? Workshop, Juneau, AK. (January 2000 - January 2000)
  1087. Mark Wipfli Wipfli, M.S., R.L. Deal, T.A. Hanley, T.L. De Santo, A.C. Johnson, P.E. Hennon, M.E. Schultz, R. Woodsmith, M.D. Bryant, W.P. Smith. 2000. Overview of a new study: Managing young upland forests in Southeast Alaska for wood products, wildlife, aquatic resources, and fishes. Sealaska Native Corporation "Large Woody Debris Source and Transport" Workshop, Juneau, AK. (January 2000 - January 2000)
  1088. John Bissonette Ph.D. Bissonette, J. A. Utah Unit, Leader. External Examiner for M.Sc. F. Analysis of Spatial Harvest Constraints on Ecological (Wildlife Habitat) versus Economic (Timber Harvest) Objectives. (January 2000 - January 2000)
  1089. Cecil Jennings I appeared in a Documentary entitled "Robust Redhorse: The Mystery Fish". Produced by GA Department of Natural Resources (January 2000 - January 2000)
  1090. Jim Peterson CATDAT-categorical data analysis software that includes multinomial logistic regression, nearest neighbor analysis, classification trees, and neural networks, available online at: <http://coopunit.forestry.uga.edu/unit_homepage/Peterson/Software/software> (January 2000 - January 2000)
  1091. Dave McGuire Spatial Ecology Lab Web Page: http://picea.sel.uaf.edu (January 2000 - January 2000)
  1092. Daniel Roby Assisted with www.columbiabirdresearch.org (January 2000 - January 2000)
  1093. John Bissonette Ph.D. Jansson, G. 1999. Ph.D. External opponent to conduct defense of Ph.D. dissertation "Landscape composition and birds in managed boreal forest. Ph.D. Dissertation, Swedish Agricultural University, Upsalla Sweden (supervisor: Hendrik Andren). (December 1999 - December 1999)
  1094. Glenn VanBlaricom Invited verbal presentation on marine mammal science activities at the School of Fisheries, University of Washington, Seattle, to the Student Volunteer Program, Seattle Aquarium, Seattle, Washington. (May 1999 - May 1999)
  1095. Brad Griffith Griffith, B., L. M. Comly, M. Chilelli, K. R. Rock, J. M. Scott, T. H. Tear, and J. W. Carpenter. 1998. Annotated bibliography of wildlife translocations. http://mercury.bio.uaf.edu/~bgriffit.faculty/translocation.ssi (January 1999 - January 1999)
  1096. Nick Parker data sets served to the public through the world wide web include data on natural resources, socioeconomics, geospatial landuse and land cover. these can be accessed at www.tcru.ttu.edu/tcru/ (January 1999 - January 1999)
  1097. Jim Long Talk on The black bass fishery at Skiatook Lake given to Stillwater Flyfishers. Stillwater, OK. (January 1998 - December 1998)
  1098. John Bissonette Ph.D. Devine, D. 1998. Ph.D. Habitat Patch Dynamics of Desert Bighorn Sheep Ovis canadensis nelsoni in the Eastern Mojave Desert. Ph. D. Thesis, University of Nevada, Las Vegas NV (Supervisor: Charles Douglas). (June 1998 - June 1998)
  1099. John Bissonette Ph.D. Forsey, E. S. 1998. M.S. A study of mammalian activity in riparian habitats prior to and immediately following forest harvesting in the Copper Lake Watershed, Newfoundland. M.S. Thesis, Memorial University, St. John's Newfoundland Canada (supervisor: Bill Montevecchi). (June 1998 - June 1998)
  1100. Glenn VanBlaricom Discussion of controversies associated with rehabilitation of marine wildlife injured by human activities. Broadcast on KING television (Channel 5, Seattle, NBC affiliate) by tape delay on 7 May 1998. (April 1998 - April 1998)
  1101. Milo Richmond Secured funds, conducted National search, and hired 3 professionals to serve as 1.) Outreach Coordinator, 2.) Program Development Coordinator, and 3.) Information Transfer Specialist and Field Biologist for the Biodiversity element of the Hudson River Estuary Program. 1998 to present. (January 1998 - January 1998)
  1102. Nick Parker Farms of the Future: Aquaculture turns waste liabilities into economic assets. Spring 1997. Cover story for Vistas - Texas Tech Research,Vol. 6 No. 2. (March 1997 - March 1997)
  1103. John Bissonette Ph.D. McCallum, I. 1993. M.Sc.F. Long-term Effects of Timber Management on Marten Habitat Potential in an Ontario Boreal Forest. MScF thesis, Faculty of Forestry, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay Ontario (supervisor: Peter Duinker). (July 1993 - July 1993)
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 102

Masters Students: 247

Phd Students: 163

Post Docs: 55

University Staff: 266

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 722

Scientific Publications: 1960

Presentations: 4355

 

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Female alligator at Yawkey Wildlife Reserve, South Carolina Abby Lawson

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