A Fish Biologist’s Perspective on Trout Conservation (and a Few Reasons for Hope)

By Prof. Dan Gibson-Reinemer, Adams State University

Dan Gibson-Reinemer is a fish biologist and an assistant professor of biology at Adams State University. His research includes work on invasive species, climate change, and quantitative approaches to studying fish ecology. Dan’s talk will cover some areas of ongoing research, which will include a discussion of some of the most globally important trends for fish, as well as a discussion of how national policies have improved fish populations. He also promises to show some nice fish pictures.