Paul Venturelli

Paul Venturelli

Associate Professor of Fisheries and Director of PhD in Environmental Sciences

Phone:765-285-8812

Room:FB 217


Overview

My research combines experimentation, field data, modeling, and theory to examine how temperature, habitat, life history, and human disturbance (e.g., climate change, habitat alteration, exploitation) shape the population dynamics of fishes that are of commercial, recreational, or conservation value. Although much of my research has focused on inland recreational fisheries, my experience and expertise extend to marine and commercial fisheries. I am increasingly interested in smartphones as an opportunity to efficiently collect conventional and novel data about the resource and its users, and to engage anglers through citizen science. My lab published the first analysis of angler smartphone application data. Current research focuses on the benefits and limitations of smartphone data relative to conventional methods, and a diversity of novel applications (e.g., invasive species, climate change).

Venturelli Lab Webpage


Course Schedule
Course No. Section Times Days Location
Experimental Develop 299X 115 0000 - 0000
Biometry 448 1 0900 - 1050 F FB, room 115
Biometry 448 1 0900 - 0950 M W FB, room 115
Limnology 480 1 1400 - 1550 W FB, room 246
Limnology 480 1 1400 - 1450 M F FB, room 246
Readings in Biology 628 205 0000 - 0000
Seminar in Biology 629 115 0000 - 0000
Research in Biology 697 205 0000 - 0000
Research in Biology 796 605 0000 - 0000
Doctoral Dissertatio 799 605 0000 - 0000