Environmental Science and Ecology Students and Faculty Presented at Conference
Graduate students, Matt Futia and Tom Bianchi, undergraduate student, Chris Maier, and associate professor, J. Rinchard, presented their research work at the Annual Meeting of the NY Chapter of the American Fisheries Society held in Cooperstown, Feb. 7-9.
- Futia, M., Weidel, B., Connerton, M., and Rinchard, J. Long-term assessment of lipid content and fatty acid signatures of Lake Ontario prey fishes.
- Rinchard, J., Futia, M., Tillitt, D., and Kraft, C. Thiamine deficiency complex in salmonines from New York State.
- Maier, C., Futia, M., Hammers, B., Zollweg-Horen, E., Speziale, M., and Rinchard, J. Fatty acid signatures of lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) from the Finger Lakes.
- Bianchi, T., Weidel, B., Connerton, M., Futia, M., and Rinchard, J. Examining reproductive potential of alewife, Alosa pseudoharengus, in Lake Ontario.
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