Alexander Zale, Ph.D.

Aquatic wild life conservation, restoration, and management. Born in Boston, Massachusetts. Formerly AUL/F at the Oklahoma Unit.


Only Alexander's five most recent publications are shown here. For more information about Alexander, including a full publications list, visit his profile page on the Montana Cooperative Fishery Research Unit web site. 

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  • Ph D University of Florida 1984
  • MS Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 1980
  • BS University of Massachusetts 1978

Research Interests

Aquatic wild life conservation, restoration, and management:

  • native fishes,
  • prairie fishes,
  • thermal ecology,
  • sport and commercial fishery management,
  • population dynamics and effects of exotic fishes,
  • effects of environmental degradation and habitat on recreational salmonid fisheries,
  • Central American fisheries.

Teaching Interests

Human Dimensions of Fish and Wildlife Management (WILD 525)