Dr. Charles “Chuck” Krueger, adjunct professor at SEAS since 2003, is currently the T.F. Waters Professor of Aquatic Ecology and Conservation at Michigan State University. He also serves as the Director of the Great Lakes Acoustic Telemetry Observation Systems on behalf of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission. Krueger is keenly interested in discovering the ecological characteristics of fish species of conservation concern, and then linking those results to their restoration, conservation, and wise use. The discovery process is made through a variety of disciplines including morphology, trophic ecology, behavior, and population genetics.
- If Arctic charr Salvelinus alpinus is ‘the most diverse vertebrate’, what is the lake charr Salvelinus namaycush? (2015).
- Estimating reach-specific fish movement probabilities in rivers with a Bayesian state-space model: application to sea lamprey passage and capture at dams (2014).
- Acoustic Telemetry Reveals Large-Scale Migration Patterns of Walleye in Lake Huron (2014).
- Use of oviduct-inserted acoustic transmitters and positional telemetry to estimate timing and location of spawning: a feasibility study in lake trout, Salvelinus namaycush (2014).
- Lake trout in northern Lake Huron spawn on submerged drumlins (2014).
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PhD, University of Minnesota (fishery science)
M. S. Iowa State University (fisheries biology)
B. S. University of Minnesota (fishery science)