James E. Breck
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James Breck is a lecturer in Program in the Environment, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and Adjunct Professor of Natural Resources and Environment, School for Environment and Sustainability. He served as a Fisheries Research Biologist for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
- Schaeffer, J. S., R. C. Haas, J. S. Diana, and J. E. Breck. in press. Field test of two energetic models for yellow perch. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.
- Breck, J. E. 1998. Development of a warmwater fish community model. Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Research Report No. 2033, Ann Arbor. [See Abstract]
- Gray, T. R., J. E. Breck, and P. W. Webb. 1998. Effects of age-1 bluegill on large zooplankton and age-0 bluegill growth and recruitment. Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Research Report No. 1990, Ann Arbor. [See Abstract]
- Beard, T. D., Jr., M. T. Drake, J. E. Breck, and N. A. Nate. 1997. Effects of simulated angling regulations on stunting in bluegill populations. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 17:525-532. [See Abstract]
- Breck, J. E. 1996. Mechanisms of recruitment failure in bluegill ponds. Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Research Report No. 2024, Ann Arbor. [See Abstract]
PhD, Michigan State University (zoology)
MS, University of Illinois (zoology)
BA, Agustana College (biology, chemistry)
Management Team, Fisheries Division of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (June 1997-present).
Acting Station Manager, Institute for Fisheries Research (January 2001-~September 2001; July 2002-present).
Editorial Board, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (1994-1996).