boreal toad

New research on boreal toads

PhD student Gabe Barrile finds toads can switch habitats to clear disease.

Rich Walker at field site

New research on multiple stressors

Richard Walker’s research on oil and natural gas development and flow is out in Journal of Applied Ecology.

Postdoc available in Walters Lab

We are seeking a motivated postdoctoral research associate to work on drought and the implications for fish.

New research on thermal guild development

Caitlin Mandeville’s (Walters lab) research integrating field & lab data to create a framework for developing temperature standards was just published.

Zack with burbot

Zack publishes research on Burbot movement and entrainment

Zack’s research on Burbot was recently published in Transactions of the American Fisheries Society and highlighted in WMI news bulletin.

N. Fork Shoshone River

Two MS positions available in Walters lab

Two M.S. graduate research assistantships are available in the Walters lab.

A pair of burbot from Bull Lake Creek

New research and people in the Walters lab

Lots of excitement in the Walters lab with two new research articles out and two new MS students joining the lab.

Lake Washington

Research testing early warning signals in lakes published in PNAS

Dr. Annika Walters is a co-author on a new study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Coop Student Featured in Wyoming Tribune Eagle

Coop Student Rich Walker was photographed for a Wyoming Tribune Eagle article in July 2016.


New research: Genetic relationships of Wind River burbot populations

Recent graduate uses genetics to understand Wind River burbot population connectivity.