Roseman Presents on Science and Monitoring Strategy for Restoring Fish Habitat and Populations in Large Rivers

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Developing a Science and Monitoring Strategy to Guide Recovery of Fisheries Habitats and Populations in the St. Clair-Detroit River System.

Research Fish Biologist Dr. Ed Roseman (GLSC, Ann Arbor, Michigan) presented a poster at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest-Great Lakes Chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration being held in Pella, Iowa, April 11-13, 2019. The meeting goal was to explore how to foster the development of innovative restoration connections ecologically, culturally, and professionally to enable the field of ecological restoration to meet future challenges. The title of Roseman’s poster presentation is “Developing a Science and Monitoring Strategy to Guide Recovery of Fisheries Habitats and Populations in the St. Clair-Detroit River System,” with coauthors Jim Boase, Justin Chiotti (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service); Robin DeBruyne, Jason Fischer, Taaja Tucker (University of Toledo); Rich Drouin (Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry); Roger Knight (Great Lakes Fishery Commission); and Todd Wills (Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources).