Assistant Unit Leader - Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Annika's research has focused on aquatic ecosystems and how these ecosystems are altered by natural and anthropogenic disturbance.
Annika is interested in the resistance and resilience of aquatic communities to disturbance. Her research addresses disturbances that are relevant to the conservation and management of aquatic ecosystems through a combination of field observation, experimentation, and modeling. Disturbances of interest include flow alteration, climate change, nutrient loading, invasive species, and energy development. Most of her research involves fish that are of conservation concern and is set in a management context.
Annika currently teaches advanced fisheries management and seminars on topics of interest at University of Wyoming.
Assistant Unit Leader, Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, 2011-
Education and Certifications
PhD, Oklahoma State University, 2001
MS, University of New Hampshire, 1997
BS, SUNY - College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1992