Mark Wipfli - Graduate Students

Jesse Grunblatt
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Jesse Grunblatt

jess@gina.alaska.edu

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Philip Phil Joy
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Philip Phil Joy

pjoy@alaska.edu

Lab: 207 Irving 1, 907.474.6740

Research Interests:
I am investigating how marine-derived nutrients from spawning salmon affects the growth and productivity of juvenile coho and Chinook salmon rearing in freshwater environments.

Major Professor:

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Jason C. Leppi
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Jason C. Leppi

jcleppi@alaska.edu
Office: 907.320.0321

Research Interests:
Investigating the movement, habitat selection and foraging ecology of Broad Whitefish (Coregonus nasus) in Colville Watershed, Alaska

Major Professor:

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Benjamin Meyer
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Benjamin Meyer

bemeyer@alaska.edu
Office: Trailer T-10, 907.232.0280

Research Interests:
My work focuses on exploring potential effects of climate change on juvenile salmon habitat. For my Masters project I am exploring how temporal and spatial trends in water temperature and diet relate to growth trends in juvenile Coho and Chinook salmon in the Kenai River watershed.

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