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Dr. Elise Irwin

Affiliate/Associate Professor
School of Fisheries, Aquaculture and Aquatic Sciences

ResearchProfessional AffiliationsHonors & AwardsPublications

Lotic fish ecology and management, adaptive management of natural resources, landscape ecology, conservation of aquatic natural resources

American Fisheries Society

-History Section; Secretary/Treasurer (2004-present)

-Catfish Technical Committee, Southern Division, Chair (2003-2006)

-Resolutions Committee, Southern Division, Chair (2000-2003)

-Ballot Committee; Parent Society, Chair (2003-2004)

-Crappie Symposium Editor (2000-2002)

-Excellence in Education Award Committee (2000-2002)

-Warmwater Streams Committee member (1998-present)

-Alabama Chapter Nominations Committee (1996-present)

-Education Section Secretary/Treasurer (1997-1999)

-Catfish 2000 Lead Editor (1997-1999)

-Program Committee Co-Chair 1996 Southern Division Mid-year Meeting

-Student Perspectives page, Fisheries, Editor (1991-1992)

Alabama Fisheries Association, Steering Committee (1995-present)

Midsouth Aquatic Plant Society Member (1996-present)

Phi Kappa Phi, Scholarship Committee (2005-present)

2003, STAR award; U.S. Geological Survey award for exemplary performance- Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research
Unit

2000, Adjunct Assistant Professor status in School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT — 2010
A Digital Underwater Video Camera System for Aquatic Research in Regulated Rivers

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE SOUTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION OF FISH AND GAMES AGENCIES — 2008
A Fish Health Assessment and Liver Lipid Content Examination of Catfish Populations in the Coosa River, Alabama

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT — 2008
Validation of Daily Ring Deposition in the Otoliths of Age-0 Channel Catfish

TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN FISHERIES SOCIETY— 2008
Influence of Gravel Mining and Other Factors on Detection Probabilities of Coastal Plain Fishes in the Mobile River Basin, Alabama

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT — 2006
Comparison of Native and Introduced Flathead Catfish Populations in Alabama and Georgia: Growth, Mortality, and Management

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE SOUTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION OF FISH AND GAMES AGENCIES — 2003
Food Habits of Catfishes in Tailwater and Reservoir Habitats in a Section of the Coosa River, Alabama

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE SOUTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION OF FISH AND GAMES AGENCIES — 2003
Movements and Home Ranges of Alligator Gar in the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, Alabama

 NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT — 2002
Challenges of Crappie Management Continuing into the 21st Century

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT — 2002
Validity of Otoliths and Pectoral Spines for Estimating Ages of Channel Catfish

 NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT — 2001
A Standardized Procedure for Internal Sex Identification in Lepisosteidae

ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY — 2001
Gill lesions and death of bluegill in an acid mine drainage mixing zone

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT— 2000
An Evaluation of Soft Visual Implant Tag Retention Compared with Anchor Tag Retention in Channel Catfish

PROCEEDINGS OF THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE SOUTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION OF FISH AND GAME AGENCIES — 2000
Response of Juvenile Largemouth Bass to Habitat Enhancement Through Addition of Artificial Substrates

TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN FISHERIES SOCIETY — 1999
Acute Toxicity of an Acid Mine Drainage Mixing Zone to Juvenile Bluegill and Largemouth Bass

NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT — 1997
Distribution of Age-0 Largemouth Bass in Relation to Shoreline Landscape Features

ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES — 1995
Introduced clupeids in a southern reservoir: more evidence for system-specific reproductive styles

THE PROGRESSIVE FISH-CULTURIST — 1991
Use of an Electronic Bacterial Colony Counter to Estimate Fecundity
 

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