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UI Prichard Art Gallery Fish Exhibit Mixes Art with Science
Posted: Thursday, February 13
MOSCOW, Idaho – Bring the wild to life indoors, the University of Idaho’s Prichard Art Gallery will feature the exhibit “38 Minus: The Idaho Fish Project.” The exhibit will run Wednesday, Feb. 19 through Sunday, April 6, with a reception held on Wednesday, Feb. 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the Prichard Art Gallery. The reception is co-hosted by the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival and th...
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Natural Resources | Art & Architecture | Fish & Wildlife Resources | Roger Rowley | News Release | Jazz Festival | University of Idaho | Michael Quist | Advancement
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Wildlife Professor Honored for Lifetime Achievement
Posted: Friday, November 1 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – Kerry Paul Reese, longtime professor of wildlife sciences in the College of Natural Resources, was honored this month for his lifetime achievement in wildlife management and his leadership in research. Reese was named a Fellow of The Wildlife Society (TWS) at its annual conference in Milwaukee, Wis. Internationally, 10 professionals were inducted as fellows. “It is an...
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Natural Resources | Fish & Wildlife Resources | Wildlife Resources | Wildlife Resources | News Release | Wildlife Resources | Kurt Pregitzer
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UI Professor, Fisheries Expert Earns National Conservation Award
Posted: Wednesday, September 11 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho — For more than 23 years Dennis Scarnecchia has researched some of the world’s oldest fish, including paddlefish and sturgeon. Now, he’s reeling in national recognition. His work at the University of Idaho will be rewarded in September, as he receives the Fisheries Management Sections Award of Excellence from the American Fisheries Societies at its annual meeting i...
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Natural Resources | Fish & Wildlife Resources | Dennis Scarnecchia | News Release | Kurt Pregitzer
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State of Birds 2013 Report Highlights Successes of Protecting Bird Habitat on Private Lands
Posted: Thursday, July 25 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – The University of Idaho Gap Analysis Program – or UI-GAP – is going to the birds with a new report that shows the significant contribution that private landowners make to birds and habitat conservation. UI-GAP joined federal and state wildlife agencies, along with scientific and conservation organizations, such as the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Cornell L...
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Natural Resources | Fish & Wildlife Resources | News Release | Jocelyn Aycrigg
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Fisheries Professor Hooks National Award for Research
Posted: Tuesday, July 23 2013
Michael Quist, a University of Idaho associate professor of fish and wildlife sciences, has won a national award recognizing his excellence in research.
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Natural Resources | Fish & Wildlife Resources | Research | News Release | Michael Quist
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UI Biologist Heads Summer Research to Increase Salmon, Trout and Lamprey
Posted: Tuesday, June 25 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho — In an effort to boost stocks of steelhead trout, Chinook salmon and Pacific lamprey, a team of University of Idaho researchers will begin a three-faceted study in the coming months. A $2.7 million grant from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is supporting the work. Co-investigator Christopher Caudill is an assistant professor in the department of fish and wildlife sciences in...
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Natural Resources | Fish & Wildlife Resources | Research | News Release | Bonneville
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Invasive Snails are Target of UI, USGS Environmental DNA Study
Posted: Wednesday, June 19 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – Researchers at the University of Idaho and the U.S. Geological Survey have developed a way to identify New Zealand mudsnail infestations in their earliest stages – using only the small bits of DNA the snails shed in the water.
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Natural Resources | Fish & Wildlife Resources | Lisette Waits | Research | News Release
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Recent Grad’s Research Helps State Plan Chinook Salmon Season
Posted: Wednesday, May 22 2013
MOSCOW, Idaho – Spring is here, Chinook salmon are swimming from the Pacific Ocean to Idaho hatcheries and rivers where they were born – and anglers are waiting for them. But how do state management agencies balance the need for adequate numbers of Chinook in the fisheries against anglers’ desire to stock their larders?
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Natural Resources | Fish & Wildlife Resources | Research | News Release | Michael Quist
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CNR Distinguished Seminar Series: Dr. Sally N. Aitken (Univ. of British Columbia), 12:30 pm
Tuesday, April 24 2012 at 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM
The CNR Distinguished Seminar Series presents Sally N. Aitken (University of British Columbia), "The Ents are marching: Assisted migration and adaptation of trees to a warming world" on Tuesday, April 24, 12:30 pm in TLC 029. This event is sponsored by the Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences Department and is open to everyone.
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Natural Resources | Fish & Wildlife Resources | Fire Ecology & Management | Fishery Resources | Wildlife Resources | Wildlife Resources | Wildlife Resources | Wildlife Resources Degree Option | CNR Club Wildlife Society
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