Research and Publications

Peer Reviewed Research

Crane, D. P., L. M. Miller, J. S. Diana, J. M. Casselman, J. M. Farrell, K. L. Kapuscinski, and J. K. Nohner. 2015. Muskellunge and Northern Pike Ecology and Management: Important Issues and Research Needs. Fisheries 40:258-267. PDF

Nohner, J. K. and J. S. Diana. 2015. Muskellunge spawning site selection in northern Wisconsin lakes and a GIS-based predictive habitat model. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35:141-157. PDF

Greene, C. M.., K. Blackhart. J. K. Nohner, A. Candelmo, D. M. Nelson. 2014. A national assessment of stressors to estuarine fish habitats in the contiguous USA. Estuaries and Coasts. PDF

Other Publications

Nohner, J. K. 2014. Ecosystem services: Bridging natural and social sciences toward sustainable policies. Page 593 in Beard, B. 144th Annual Meeting in Québec City – From fisheries research to management: Think and Act Locally and Globally. Fisheries 39:587-603. PDF

Herbert, J. and J. K. Nohner. 2014. Restoring the shore and fish habitat in Michigan inland lakes: Part 1. Michigan State University Extension News Article. LINK

Herbert, J. and J. K. Nohner. 2014. Restoring the shore and fish habitat in Michigan inland lakes: Part 2. Michigan State University Extension News Article. LINK

Nohner, J. K. 2014. Freshwater Electrofishing. Fisheries and Wildlife Spotlight 10:26-27. PDF

Crane, D. P., K. L. Kapuscinski, and J. K. Nohner. 2013. Biology, ecology, and management of Muskellunge and Northern Pike: New science to meet current and future challenges. Pages 556-557 in Schaeffer, J. 143rd Annual Meeting Wrap Up: Thank You Little Rock. Fisheries 38:553-567. PDF

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