Department of Environmental Science & Ecology Professor Emeritus Publishes Peer-Reviewed Paper

Dr. Douglas Wilcox, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Environmental Science and Ecology, co-authored a paper in Wetlands Ecology and Management.

The goal of the study was to compare Great Lakes coastal wetlands (GLCW) fish community composition in the spring, summer, and fall months and investigate how water quality relates to fish diversity, the presence of functional groups, and juvenile fish diets. The authors concluded that taxonomic and functional composition of fish communities in GLCW vary markedly with respect to water quality and season.

Diller, S.N., A.M. Harrison, K.P. Kowalski, V.J. Brady, J.J.H. Ciborowski, M.J. Cooper, J.D. Dumke, J.P. Gathman, C.R. Ruetz III, D.G. Uzarski, D.A. Wilcox, and J.S. Shaeffer. 2022. Influences of seasonality and habitat quality on Great Lakes coastal wetland fish community composition and diets. Wetlands Ecology and Management.

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Posted: May 22, 2022