Tag Archives: otoliths

Fish Fry Day: Video Explains Earbones

Just thought we’d share this excellent little animation explaining what an otolith is and what one can tell fisheries researchers. Credit goes to the folks at “From Reefs to Rivers,” Florida’s Fisheries blog for this little tidbit of science communication. … Continue reading

Posted in Fish, Fish Fry Day | Tagged , , , , | 1 Comment

Tracking Northern Pike in Green Bay

CFL grad student, Dan Oele, is trying to see if pike return to their “birthplace” to spawn or if any ol’ tributary will do. Thanks to funding from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, Oele is out in Green Bay working … Continue reading

Posted in Ecological Processes, Fish, Fishing, Boating & Water Recreation, Graduate Student Research, Hasler Lab, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 9 Comments