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Josh works on fisheries and aquatic ecology research within lakes and streams all around the Great Lakes basin, and inland Minnesota. Josh’s recent interests include learning how native species interact with invasive species, and identifying mechanisms of over-land transport supporting the spread of aquatic invasive species into new waterbodies. Collectively, this work will help researchers, anglers, and recreational boaters limit their risk of transporting invasive species as undetected “hitchhikers.”

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Projects 2017 2019

Research Output 2010 2010

7 Citations (Scopus)

Channel morphology response to selective wood removals in a sand-laden Wisconsin trout stream

Dumke, J. D., Hrabik, T. R., Brady, V. J., Gran, K. B., Regal, R. R. & Seider, M. J., Dec 1 2010, In : North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 30, 3, p. 776-790 15 p.

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channel morphology
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