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Daniel Larson

MSc Student

I am pursuing a Master’s of Science at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) in the Natural Resources and Environmental Studies (NRES) Biology program under co-supervision of Dr. Eduardo Martins and Dr. Nikolaus Gantner.  My main research interest involves how a warming environment will affect fish in small lakes, specifically stocked rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and kokanee (O. nerka).  I am also looking into greater depth on diet composition of wild vs. stocked rainbow trout.  This research will benefit stocking programs at FLNRORD, and ultimately anglers.

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Experience

2018             Stream Habitat Survey Technician, Alaska

2017             Salmon Stream Survey Technician, Cathlamet, Washington State

2017             Trout Fisheries Technician, Price, Utah

2016             Salmon/Habitat Survey Technician, Glennallen, Alaska

2015             Gill/Trap netting Technician, Riverdale, North Dakota

2014-2016    Student Research Assistant in Dr. Paul Venturelli, Mark Hove, and

                     Dr. Andrew Simons’ Research Lab

Education

2013-2017    BSc    Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (Fisheries

                                emphasis), GIS and Marine Biology Minors, University of

                                Minnesota - Twin Cities

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University of Northern British Columbia

Ecosystem Science and Management Program

3333 University Way, Prince George, BC, V2N 4Z9

1.250.960.5855  |  EMAIL

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