Abernathy Fish Technology Center
Pacific Region
 

Applied Research Program in Ecological Physiology

The Program conducts applied research to 1) Identify changes within fish populations; 2) Determine how fishes physiologically adapt to environments; 3) Determine the role of fish behavior on population structure; 4) Design and develop remote monitoring devices for fish to monitor fish movements.


Capabilities/Technical Services:


To learn more about the technical services provided and read some sample research projects please click one of the above links.

Program Head:
Vacant, Regional Ecological Physiologist

Staff:
Kyle Hanson, Fish Physiologist and Lab Manager
Kurt Steinke, Electronics Engineer
Ben Kennedy, Fish Ecologist
Richard Glenn, Microbiologist
Will Simpson, Fish Ecologist


Last updated: March 19, 2014
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