Migratory Freshwater Fishes with Emily Dean
Emily Dean is a doctoral candidate at Michigan State University researching the influence of anthropogenic factors on the distribution and habitat of riverine fish species. She conducts applied research to provide information that supports conservation and management of freshwater fisheries. She is studying the effects of stream fragmentation on migratory fishes across the conterminous US. This project builds on information from the North American Freshwater Migratory Fish Database (NAFMFD) she developed which contains life history information for 1250 North American freshwater species.
If you want to get in touch with Emily, you can find her on Twitter (@PhishnDean) and Instagram (@sockeyesocket).
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