Fisheries Research


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Personnel

Matthew J. (Matt) Gray
Professor
Amphibians and ranaviruses

David P. Harper
Associate Professor
Forest products

Misty D. Huddleston
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Certified fisheries

J. Mark (Mark) Fly
Professor
Environmental psychology; Wildland recreation

Richard J. Strange
Professor
Fisheries

Thomas K. Hill
Professor
Fisheries and aquaculture

John Brian (Brian) Alford
Assistant Professor
Fishery conservation and management

Groups and Facilities


(1 mention)

Wildlife Health 
Emerging infectious diseases, including those that travel from animals to humans.


 

News

New Ventures | Rapid Diagnostic Test Reduces Testing Time and Increases Accuracy, 11/22/2017

Promotion and Tenure 2017, 10/16/2017

2016 AgResearch Faculty Awards, 10/6/2016

Promotion and Tenure 2016, 9/29/2016

Faculty 360 | Sindhu Jagadamma, 9/22/2016

Dr. Neelam Poudyal to Speak on Hemlock Woolly Adelgid, 9/14/2016

Ames Plantation Featured in Quality Whitetails, 11/23/2015

Faculty as Learners, 10/9/2015

Biodegradable Mulch Team Uses Transdisciplinary Approach to Meet Objectives, 9/16/2015

Video


(1 mention)

Mine Reclamation 
We get half our electricity from coal, but getting to coal underground sometimes means we have to cut down trees. UTIA researchers are working to bring new vegetation to former mining sites.


 

Recent Publications

Habitat and Population Assessments of the Lake Sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) Reintroduced to the Upper Tennessee River.  Daniel J. Walker  2017.  Ph.D. Dissertation. [Abstract]

Disruptions of the Supratemporal Canal in the Snubnose Darter (Etheostoma simoterum).  Williams, Chauntelle  2017.  M.S. Thesis. [Abstract]

Spotted Bass Population Structure and Diet in Wadeable and Non-Wadeable Streams Draining the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Alford, J. B., and B. A. Heimann.  2016.  Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 3:17-24. [Abstract]

Diet of and Prey Availability for Reintroduced Juvenile Lake Sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) in Ft. Loudoun Reservoir, Tennessee Amacker, T. M.  2016.  M.S. Thesis. [Abstract]

Angling activity, use patterns, and angler's evaluations of fishery quality and management at the Marben public fishing area.  Roop, H. J.  2015.  M.S. Thesis. [Abstract]

Impacts of Oil Spill Disasters on Marine Habitats and Fisheries in North America Alford, J. B., C. G. Green, and M. S. Peterson.  2014.  Impacts of Oil Spill Disasters on Marine Habitats and Fisheries in North America, J.B. Alford, C.G. Green, and M.S. Peterson (eds.). CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida. [Abstract]

Preface: Impacts of oil spill disasters on marine habitats and fisheries in North America Alford, J. B., C. G. Green, and M. S. Peterson.  2014.  Impacts of Oil Spill Disasters on Marine Habitats and Fisheries in North America, J.B. Alford, C.G. Green, and M.S. Peterson (eds.). CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida. [Abstract]

Angler Attitudes and Preferences towards Fishery Management at Marben Public Fishing Area, Georgia.  Roop, H. J., C. A. Jennings, and N. C. Poudyal.  2014.  Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, October 19-21,2014, Destin,Florida. [Abstract]

Assessing fishing pressure and angler harvest from Marben Public Fishing Area in middle Georgia.  Roop, H. J., N. C. Poudyal, and C. Jennings.  2014.  Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, October 19-21, 2014, Destin, FL. [Abstract]

Proceedings of the Triennial Extension Wildlife and Fisheries Conference.  Timm, R.A., C. A. Harper, and M. Mengak..  2010.  Editor. Tara, MS.

Real options for precautionary fisheries management.  Fenichel, E.P, Tsao J.I.,, Jones, M., and G. J. Hickling.  2008.  Fish and Fisheries 9: 121-137.

Real Options for a Precautionary Approach to Fisheries Management.  Fenichel, E.P., J. I. Tsao, M. Jones, and G. J. Hickling.  2008.  Fish and Fisheries 9: 1-17.