Morgan Gilbert and I will be presenting a webinar, sponsored by the Gulf Coast Prairie LCC, on Wednesday, 4/6/16. Please join us to find out more about our research on larval fish assemblages in reservoir fragment habitats!
Morgan Gilbert successfully defended his thesis entitled, "EXAMINING USE OF HABITAT FRAGMENTS BY LARVAL AND JUVENILE FISHES IN LAKE TEXOMA RIVER-RESERVOIR INTERFACE ZONES", on March 29th. Congratulations, Morgan!
Kelbi Delaune, who recently finished her MS thesis at Sam Houston State University, starts as a PhD student in the lab this fall. She's developing some exciting new research on the Pecos and its tributaries!
Morgan presented his thesis research last week in Portland, Oregon at the annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society. The title of his talk was, "Fragmented coves in an aging reservoir: do they serve as nursery habitats for fish assemblages?"
Great job, Morgan!
Jessica East defended her M.S. thesis entitled "Spatial and temporal variation in aquatic food-web structure in the Pecos River, New Mexico and Texas" on Feb. 13. She'll graduate in May 2015. Congratulations, Jess!!