Characterizing landscape influences on stream fish assemblages: Implications for national assessment of stream habitats

Dana is a professor at Michigan State University. Her research interests include effects of landscape-scale factors (i.e. geology, land cover, climate) on physical and biological features of river systems across North America, river catchment hydrology and stream channel geomorphology, and ecological assessment, fish habitat assessment and sustainable management of aquatic systems.

Seminar date: 
Monday, April 21, 2014
Presenter information: 
Dana Infante, Michigan State University
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