Ecology of the Gauntlet: Lessons Learned from Juvenile Salmon Migrations in British Columbia

Wednesday, January 23, 2019, 12:00pm – 1:00pm Save to Calendar

Learn from UNH professor Nathan Furey about salmon's migration to the sea.


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  • Suggested Donation: $2.00


Mather Auditorium

This event is handicap accessible

Come learn about the incredible migrations taken by juvenile salmon to reach the open ocean. This talk will focus on a pristine system in British Columbia where juvenile sockeye salmon pass through a gauntlet of predators early on their migration. The potential applications of research findings on Pacific salmon to species local to the Gulf of Maine will be discussed.  

Nathan Furey is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of New Hampshire. He is a fish ecologist who specializes in movements (including migrations), predator-prey interactions, and bioenergetics. Nathan received his BSc from the University of New England, MSc from Texas A&M University, and PhD from University of British Columbia. Dr. Furey is a former Vanier Scholar and runner-up for the 2016 Elton Prize.

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