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Midwest and National CASC researchers will present CASC science at the 2022 Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. 

Are you attending the 2022 Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference? Check out Session: S-11: Fish and Climate Adaptation in the Midwest on Tuesday, February 15th @ 1:20 PM CST to learn more about the following CASC supported science.


The importance of water temperature in governing lake fish abundance across a landscape of diverse lakes

February 15, 2022

1:40 PM-2:00 PM

Presented by: Gretchen Hansen, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

Related Midwest CASC Project: Fish habitat restoration to promote adaptation: resilience of sport fish in lakes of the Upper Midwest


What is the Risk of Ultraviolet Radiation Exposure to Midwestern Populations of Fish?

February 15, 2022

2:00 PM-2:20 PM

Presented by: Nicole Berry, Miami University

Related Midwest CASC Project: Evaluating how changing climate and water clarity can affect restoration of native coregonines in midwestern lakes


The impact of environmental changes on the production of freshwater fishes in Midwestern lentic systems

February 15, 2022

2:20 PM-2:40 PM

Presented by: Olaf Jensen, University of Wisconsin – Madison

Related Midwest CASC Project: Quantifying the impacts of climate change on fish growth and production to enable sustainable management of diverse inland fisheries


A tale of two fisheries: largemouth bass and walleye fishing in a warming Midwest

February 15, 2022

2:40 PM-3:00 PM

Presented by: Lyndsie Wszola, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Related National CASC Project: The U.S. Inland Creel and Angler Survey Catalog (CreelCat): A Database and Interactive Tool for Inland Fisheries Management and Research


Supply-and-Demand Dynamics Associated with Using Stocking to Maintain Walleye Fisheries in the Face of Climate Change

February 15, 2022

3:20 PM-3:40 PM

Presented by: Bobby Davis, University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point

Related Midwest CASC Project: Supply-and-Demand Dynamics Associated with Using Stocking to Maintain Walleye Fisheries in the Face of Climate Change


Bluegill Growth and Size Structure in the Midwestern USA: Predictive Models and Benchmarks for Fisheries Management

February 15, 2022

3:40 PM-4:00 PM

Presented by:  Dakota Stankowski University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Related National CASC Project: Science to inform the management of bluegill fisheries as a social-ecological system under a changing climate


Resisting ecosystem transformation through an intensive whole-lake fish removal experiment

February 15, 2022

4:00 PM-4:20 PM

Presented by: Holly Embke, USGS Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Center

Related National CASC Project: Safe Operating Space for Walleye: Understanding the Conditions Needed to Sustain Recreational Fisheries in a Changing World


A RAD decision-making tool for walleye (Sander vitreus) management in Wisconsin

February 15, 2022

4:20 PM-4:40 PM

Presented by:  Colin Dassow, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Related National CASC Project: Developing Adaptation Strategies for Recreational and Tribal Fisheries in the Upper Midwest


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