Cooperative Research Units
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Missouri Education Activities

Courses Taught

  • Stream Fish Conservation (Craig Paukert, Nick Sievert 2017)
  • Waterfowl Ecology and Management Ecology and management of North American waterfowl and their habitats. Laboratory exercises will focus on identification, life histories, sex and age determination, and survey methods. Lectures and discussions will cover taxonomy, ecology, behavior, population dynamics, harvest management, and habitat management and conservation. (Lisa Webb 2017)
  • Future of Fisheries Discusses professional development and careers of fisheries professionals. (Craig Paukert 2016)
  • Wetland Ecology and Management This class will provide an introduction to wetland ecological principles, communities, processes, and functions, and their application toward conservation and management of wetlands and wetland dependent organisms. The objectives of this course are to help students increase their understanding of wetland ecosystems, as well as the tools and techniques used to manage wetlands, and enable them to apply this understanding in future wetland research, conservation and management. (Lisa Webb 2016)
  • Advanded Fisheries Science (Craig Paukert 2014)
  • Missouri's Aquatic Life This was a seminar series held for the University of Missouri's Extention Program's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. It covered Missouri's aquatic life, with 4 classes, covering Mussels, Crayfish, Fish, and Waterbirds. I organized guest lectures and after-class activities. (Amanda Rosenberger, Craig Paukert, Lisa Webb 2014)
  • Wetland Ecology and Management This class will provide an introduction to wetland ecological principles, communities, processes, and functions, and their application toward conservation and management of wetlands and wetland dependent organisms. The objectives of this course are to help students increase their understanding of wetland ecosystems, as well as the tools and techniques used to manage wetlands, and enable them to apply this understanding in future wetland research, conservation and management. (Lisa Webb 2014)
  • Waterfowl Ecology and Management Ecology and management of North American waterfowl and their habitats. Laboratory exercises will focus on identification, life histories, sex and age determination, and survey methods. Lectures and discussions will cover taxonomy, ecology, behavior, population dynamics, harvest management, and habitat management and conservation. (Lisa Webb 2014)
  • Directed Undergraduate Research (Lisa Webb 2013)
  • Advanded Fisheries Science (Craig Paukert 2012)
  • Wetland Ecology and Management (Lisa Webb 2012)
  • Lotic Community Ecology (Craig Paukert, Allison Pease 2011)
  • Advanded Fisheries Science (Craig Paukert 2008)
  • Fisheries Management and Techniques (Craig Paukert 2008)
  • Advanced Fisheries Science (Craig Paukert 2006)
  • Fisheries management and techniques (Craig Paukert 2006)
  • Terrestrial and aquatic linkages (Craig Paukert 2006)
  • Special Problems: large river fisheries (Craig Paukert 2005)
  • Special Problems: large river fisheries (Craig Paukert 2005)
  • Advanced Fisheries Science (Craig Paukert 2004)
  • Fisheries Management (Craig Paukert 2004)
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 2

Masters Students: 12

Phd Students: 7

Post Docs: 3

University Staff: 5

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 19

Scientific Publications: 68

Presentations: 253

 

Featured Student

Landon Pierce
PhD
Landon Pierce (right) and Ben Janssen (left)

Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. Missouri Department of Conservation
  2. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  3. U.S. Geological Survey
  4. University of Missouri
  5. Wildlife Management Institute