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Jacques

Jacques Rinchard, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Phone: (585) 395-5750
Fax: (585) 395-5969
Email: jrinchar@brockport.edu
Office: 117 Lennon Hall

students in water with fish net

Education

  • Ph.D., Facultes Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix, Namur (Belgium)

Undergraduate Courses

  • Aquaculture I (ENV464)
  • Animal Ecophysiology (ENV476)
  • Biology of Organisms (ENV204)
  • Animal Behavior (ENV427)
  • Aquaculture II (ENV472)
  • Academic Planning Seminar (GEP100)
  • Fish Biology (ENV486)

Graduate Courses

  • Aquaculture I (ENV564)
  • Animal Ecophysiology (ENV576)
  • Multivariate Statistics (ENV616)
  • Animal Behavior (ENV527)
  • Aquaculture II (ENV572)
  • Fish Biology (ENV586)

Research

  • Aquaculture
  • Fish Physiology
  • Fish reproduction
  • Fish nutrition
  • Fisheries

Students in boat with net

Students wading in water taking samples

Students examining net on boat

Seining

Nate Grosse and Amanda Alexander setting up the seine nets in the aquaculture ponds on campus.

Ponds

One of the six aquaculture ponds located on the College at Brockport's campus.

Publications (last 5 years)

Happel, A., Jonas, J.L., McKenna, P., Rinchard, J., He, J.X. and Czesny, S., 2018. Spatial variability of lake trout diets in lakes Huron and Michigan revealed by stomach content and fatty acid profiles. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 75, 85-105.

Happel, A., Czesny, S., Rinchard, J. and Hanson, D.S., 2017. Data pre-treatment and choice of resemblance metric affect how fatty acid profiles depict know dietary origins. Ecological Research, 32, 757-767.

Happel, A., Pattridge, R., Walsh, M. and Rinchard, J., 2017. Assessing diet compositions of Lake Ontario predators using fatty acid profiles of prey fishes. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 43, 838-845.

Lichti, D.A., Rinchard, J. and Kimmel, D.G., 2017. Changes in zooplankton community structure and fatty acid profiles at the freshwater/saltwater interface of the Chowan River, NC. PeerJ, 5, e3667.

Futia, M.H., Hallenbeck, S., Noyes, A.D., Honeyfield, D.C., Eckerlin, G.E. and Rinchard, J., 2017. Thiamine deficiency and the effectiveness of thiamine treatments through broodstock injections and egg immersion on Lake Ontario steelhead trout. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 43, 352-358.

Foley, C.J., Henebry, M.L., Happel, A., Bootsma, H., Czesny, S., Janssen, J, Jude, D.J., Rinchard, J. and Hook, T.O., 2017. Patterns of integration of invasive round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) into a nearshore freshwater food web. Food Webs, 10, 26-38.

Happel, A., Rinchard, J. and Czesny, S., 2017. Variability in sea lamprey fatty acid profiles indicates a range of host species utilization in Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 43, 182-188.

Happel, A., Stratton, L., Pattridge, R., Rinchard, J. and Czesny, S., 2016. Dietary influence on lake trout fatty acid profiles: a first step towards quantifying freshwater predators’ diets. Freshwater Biology, 61, 1466-1476.

Happel, A., Stratton, L., Kolb, C., Hays, C., Rinchard, J. and Czesny, S., 2016. Evaluating quantitative fatty acid signature analysis (QFASA) in fish using controlled feeding experiments. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 73, 1222-1229.

Happel, A., Lafountain, J., Creque, S., Rinchard, J., Hook, T., Bootsma, H., Janssen, J., Jude, D. and Czesny, S., 2015. Spatio-temporal description of spottail shiner diets through concomitant use of stomach content and biochemical methods. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 41(suppl. 3), 179-184.

Happel, A., Creque, S., Rinchard, J., Hook, T., Bootsma, H., Janssen, J., Jude, D. and Czesny, S., 2015. Exploring yellow perch diets in Lake Michigan through stomach content, fatty acids, and stable isotope ratios. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 41(suppl. 3), 172-178.

Curriculum Vitae

Last Updated 8/13/18

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