Aquaculture I (ENV464), Animal Ecophysiology (ENV476), Biology of Organisms (ENV204), Animal Behavior (ENV427), Aquaculture II (ENV472), Academic Planning Seminar (GEP100), Fish Biology (ENV486)
Aquaculture I (ENV564), Animal Ecophysiology (ENV576), Multivariate Statistics (ENV616), Animal Behavior (ENV527), Aquaculture II (ENV572), Fish Biology (ENV586)
Aquacuture, Fish Physiology, Fish reproduction, Fish nutrition, Fisheries
Nate Grosse and Amanda Alexander setting up the seine nets in the aquaculture ponds on campus.
One of the six aquaculture ponds located on the College at Brockport's campus.
Publications (last 2 years)
Czesny, S., Rinchard, J., Lee, B.J., Dabrowski, K., Dettmers, J.M. and Cao, Y., 2011. Does spatial variation in egg thiamine and fatty acid concentration of Lake Michigan lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) lead to differential EMS and yolk edema mortality in offspring? Journal of Fish Biology accepted.
Riley, C.S., Rinchard, J., Honeyfield, D.C., Evans, A.N. and Begnoche, L., 2011. Increasing thiamine levels in lake trout eggs from lakes Huron and Michigan coincide with low alewife abundance. North American Journal of Fisheries Management in press.
Riley, C.S., Rinchard, J., Ebener, M.P., Tillitt, D.E., Munkittrick, K.R. and Parrott, J.L., 2011. Thiamine concentrations in lake whitefish eggs from the upper Great Lakes are related to maternal diet. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 37, 732-737.
Czesny, S., Rinchard, J., Hanson, S.D., Dettmers, J.M. and Dabrowski, K., 2011. Fatty acid signatures of Lake Michigan prey fish and invertebrates: among-species differences and spatiotemporal variability. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, 68, 1211-1230.
Hill, W.R., Rinchard, J. and Czesny, S. 2011. Light, nutrients and the fatty acid composition of stream periphyton. Freshwater Biology, 56, 125-1836.
Rinchard, J., Ware, K., Dabrowski, K., Van Tassel, J.J., Marshall, E.A. and Stein, R.A., 2010. Egg thiamine concentration affects embryo survival in Lake Erie walleye. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 90, 53-60.
Chalupnicki, M.A., Ketola, G.H., Zehfus, M.H., Crosswait, J.R., Rinchard, J. and McKenna Jr., J.E., 2010. Thiamine status and culture of rainbow smelt (Osmerus mordax) from Owasco Lake, New York. Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 25, 211-217.
Vuori, K.A., Paavilainen, T., Nikinmaa, M., Czesny, S. and Rinchard, J., 2009. HIF-1 DNA-binding, VEGF protein expression and globin gene transcription during yolk-sac development of lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush). Journal of Animal Aquatic Health, 21, 279-289.
Czesny, S., Dettmers, J.M., Rinchard, J. and Dabrowski, K., 2009. Egg thiamine and fatty acid concentrations help explain complexity of early life stage mortality in Lake Michigan lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush). Journal of Animal Aquatic Health, 21, 262-271.
Lee, B.J., Jaroszewska, M., Dabrowski, K., Czesny, S. and Rinchard, J., 2009. Effects of vitamin B1 (thiamine) deficicency in lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) alevins and preventive treatments. Journal of Animal Aquatic Health, 21, 290-301.
Jaroszewska, M., Lee, B.J., Dabrowski, K., Czesny, S., Rinchard, J., Trzeciak, P. and Wilczynska, B., 2009. Effects of vitamin B1 (thiamine) deficiency in lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) alevins at hatching stage. Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry Part A. Molecular and Integrative Biology, 154, 255-262.
Ketola, H.G., Johnson, J.H., Rinchard, J., Verdolisa, F.J., Penney, M.E., Lloyd, R.C. and Greulich, A.W., 2009. Effect of thiamine status on probability of Lake Ontario Chinook salmon spawning in the upper and lower sections of Salmon River, New York. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 29, 895-902.
Ketola, H.G., Rinchard, J., O’Gorman, R., Begnoche, L.J., Bishop, D.L. and Greulich, A.W., 2009. Thiamine content of eggs and lengths of Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in relation to abundance of alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) in Eastern Lake Ontario, 2003 to 2006. Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 24, 247-254.
Tillitt, D.E., Riley, S.C., Evans, A.N., Nichhols, S.J., Zajicek, J.L., Rinchard, J., Richter, C.A. and Krueger, C.C., 2009. Dreissenid mussels from the Great Lakes contain elevated thiaminase activity. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 35, 309-312.
Dr. Chris Norment has had his fourth book of creative nonfiction accepted for publication by the University of North Carolina Press. Tentatively entitled "In the Fullness of Time," the book interweaves memoir with an exploration of issues related to the evolution and conservation of rare and endangered species in the Death Valley region. The book will be published in 2014.
Dr. Joe Makarewicz' newest publication in the online Lake Scientist is entitled 'Research Summary: Lake Ontario Phosphorus Loading'. Available online here.
Tuesday, April 1st, 3:30 to 4:30 PM
Lennon Hall room 140
Identifying Karst and Manure Management Setbacks using LIDaR and Aerial Photography
Dr. Paul Richards
Associate Professor, Department of Earth Sciences
The College at Brockport - SUNY
Tuesday, April 15st, 3:30 to 4:30 PM
Seymour Union room 119
Lake Ontario in transition – Analysis of signals from algae to fish
Dr. Lars Rudstam
Director of the Cornell Biological Field Station and Professor of Fisheries and Aquatic Science,
Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University
Monday- Friday, 8am - 3pm
Secretary: Deb Dilker
Recyclemania is here!!
Feb 2 - March 28th
See a bin, drop it in!