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Kadie Heinle Jan 8
A few of my favorite moments in the field for week! Two from MI and two from OR.
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Christina Parker Jan 8
I’ve loved my field work time (even when things go wrong)! From changing a boat trailer tire (I was not the one who hit the curb, fyi. Lol) To catching sturgeon on monthly sampling! Thanks to all the women along the way!
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Audrey Baetz Jan 7
Oooh it’s week!!! My name is Audrey! Currently I’m working as a contracted technician for USGS, but I’ve also done work for MSU, MI DNR, and as far as South Dakota!! Fish are neat 🐟
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Grace Jan 7
week! I’m an undergrad with a love for all fishes from headwaters to the ocean. Hoping to focus on salmon and other key fish species in grad school
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Grace Wilkinson Jan 12
In celebration of week, here are just a few of the awesome catches from the in the ISU Limnology Lab. Whether we're fishing for science or fishing for recreation, we're always having fun out on the lakes!
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Dr. Chelsey Crandall Jan 27
What an awesome month! We've seen the amazing work of , , & scientists & shared s who paved the way. What other work are out there doing? Three cheers for all you incredible !
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Jamie Card Jan 7
I’m Jamie and I’m a studying the effects of catch and release angling on fish in Manitoba by looking at their physiology 🎣💉
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Taylor Brown Jan 6
For my master's, I am studying contemporary spatial distributions of Cisco & Lake Whitefish spawning stocks in Lake Ontario and determining biophysical drivers of presence & abundance across spawning habitats lake-wide!
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Emily Slesinger Jan 7
week! I’m studying the intraspecific population differences in reproduction and energetics in ; worked that required i collect from MA NJ DE & VA. I went on rec charter boats and fished for my own samples!
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Amanda M Palecek McClung Jan 7
Replying to @ChelseyCrandall
My name is Amanda, I’m a studying adhesion mechanisms in waterfall-climbing gobies.
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Laura Alsip Jan 8
Replying to @ChelseyCrandall
I'm Laura and I'm a very new getting ready for a masters looking at the spatial ecology of Lake Whitefish and Lake Trout (and their ecomorphs) in Great Slave Lake, NT.
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Lauren Flynn Jan 6
Replying to @ChelseyCrandall
Hi my name is Lauren, and I’m a that compares native and non-native trout puke in New Mexico.
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Denise Colombano, PhD Jan 7
Replying to @ChelseyCrandall
My name is Denise and I study nursery functions of tidal wetlands for fishes in the San Francisco Estuary, CA. Check out this beautiful tule marsh🌿 and baby tule perch🐟 Did you know that tule perch is the only freshwater livebearer native to CA?
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Kym Kelly (LARK Mus Soc KILDARE) Oct 25
Halloween work night out... no problem!! We ready office manager & billing manager
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Jenny Urwin 16 Mar 18
Very much looking forward to starting my new role in the Clinical Negligence team in their Manchester office on Monday 19th March
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Bioscience Enterprise (MBE) 6 Nov 17
Great evening at with all the alumni!
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Haley MacLeod Jan 6
For my PhD research, I am pretty darn lucky to study new indicators of fish productivity and how microplastics are impacting the productivity potential of freshwater fish
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Katie O'Reilly Jan 8
Replying to @ChelseyCrandall
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IISD Experimental Lakes Area Jan 9
Happy week, limnorinos. We love celebrating this week (which, admittedly, we had never heard of before) because it means we get to celebrate all the wonderful who work at The Lakes™ throughout the year. Here's to them all!
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Olivier Proust 27 Apr 17
event "How to get GDPR ready" today in our Brussels office. Great speakers lined up!
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