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Presentations

  • Perez, C. R., S. A. Bonar, J. J. Amberg, C. Rees, W. T. Stewart, C. Gill, C. Cantrell. 2015. Correlation of eDNA (Environmental DNA) surveys with traditional fish sampling surveys in standing waters. The Joint Annual Meeting of the Arizona/New Mexico American Fisheries Society and the Wildlife Society, Las Cruces, New Mexico. February 5 – February 7, 2015. Contributed Oral Presentation.
  • Perez, C. R., S. A. Bonar, W. T. Stewart, C. Gill, and C. Cantrell. 2015. Comparison of length frequency, condition, and growth of select sport fish species in Arizona with those in other areas of North America. The Joint Annual Meeting of the Arizona/New Mexico American Fisheries Society and the Wildlife Society, Las Cruces, New Mexico. February 5 – February 7, 2015. Poster Presentation.
  • Perez C., S. A. Bonar, J. J. Amberg, C. Rees, B. Ladell, B. T. Stewart, C. Gill, and C. Cantrell. 2015. Standard Fish Sampling Techniques and Environmental DNA (eDNA) As Tools to Characterize Fish Presence and Relative Abundance in Arizona Standing Waters. 145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Portland, Oregon, August 16-20.
  • Perez, C. R., S. A. Bonar, J. J. Amberg, C. Rees, B. Ladell, T. Edwards, W. T. Stewart, C. Gill, and C. Cantrell. 2016. Relationship between AFS standard fish sampling techniques and environmental DNA (eDNA) for characterizing fish relative abundance, biomass, and species composition in Arizona standing waters. 49th Joint Annual Meeting of the Arizona and New Mexico Chapters ofT he Wildlife Society and Arizona/New Mexico Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, February 4-6, 2016, Flagstaff, Arizona
  • Perez, C., S. Bonar, J. Amberg, C. Rees, T. Edwards, and W. Stewart, 2016. Relationship between AFS standard fish sampling techniques and environmental DNA (eDNA) for characterizing fish relative abundance, biomass, and species composition in Arizona standing waters. 41st Annual Meeting of the Western Division of the American Fisheries Society, March 21-24, Reno Nevada
  • Perez, C. R., S. A. Bonar, T. Edwards, B. Stewart, J. Amberg, B. Ladell, C. Rees, and C. Gill. 2016. Relationship between American Fisheries Society standard fish sampling techniques and environmental DNA (eDNA) for characterizing fish presence, relative abundance, biomass, and species composition in Arizona standing waters. 48th Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council, November 15-19th, 2016. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 95

Masters Students: 239

Phd Students: 142

Post Docs: 53

University Staff: 240

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 701

Scientific Publications: 1936

Presentations: 4260

Cooperative Research Units Program Headquarters Cooperators

  1. U.S. Geological Survey