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Lake Conservation Webinar Series: Understanding patterns of fish kill events in Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes
Fish kill events can serve as indicators of a changing environment, disease emergence, or stressors. Recent reviews of fish kill events in Minnesota and Wisconsin have revealed predictable patterns, which forecast an increased frequency of fish kill events as the climate warms. It is important that we improve the investigation and reporting of fish kill events, understand the underlying drivers, and develop management strategies to limit the impacts to protect ecosystem health.

Oct 19, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Nick Phelps
Assistant Professor @University of Minnesota
Dr. Nick Phelps is the Director of the Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center and an Assistant Professor in the Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology Department at the University of Minnesota. Nick studies emerging threats to aquatic systems at both the macro and microbial scales in the fields of fish health and aquatic invasive species. His goal is to identify threats, understand risks, and ultimately develop long-term evidence-based management solutions to balance the needs of all relevant stakeholders.