Aquatic ecology students and Assistant Prof. Patrick Forsythe, Natural and Applied Sciences, earned a mention in the most recent issue of Fish Lines, a publication of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Forsythe works with the Wisconsin, DNR, Sea Grant and the USFWS to place senior-level students in a mentoring program for future professionals. There’s a photo of a young-of-the-year lake sturgeon sampling, on the topic of “Natal homing in migratory fish,” at this link.
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