David M Warner



Ph.D, Aquatic ecology, Cornell University, 2004

M.S., Biology, S.U.N.Y. Oneonta, 1999

B.T., Fisheries and aquaculture, S.U.N.Y. Cobleskill, 1993 

I am trained as an aquatic ecologist with an emphasis on fish populations and interactions of fish and other members of aquatic food webs.  I have conducted research in lakes ranging in size from New York FInger Lakes to the Great Lakes.  I have 17 years of experience conducting hydroacoustic research and am interested in using satellite-borne remote sensing tools as well.  Current research interests incluide fish population dynamics, ecology of Mysis diluviana, and evaluation of hydroacoustic methodology.