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Brian F. Lantry

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Field Station Supervisor, Research Fishery Biologist Lake Ontario Biological Station Email: bflantry@usgs.gov Phone: (315) 343-3951 ext. 6518 Fax: (315) 342-8065

Education:

B.S., (Environmental and Forest Biology), State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1987
M.S., (Environmental and Forest Biology), State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1991
Ph.D., (Environmental and Forest Biology) State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, 1997

Current Studies

Recent Publications

Brian Lantry, Jean Adams, Gavin Christie, Teodore Schaner, James Bowlby, Michael Keir, Jana Lantry, Paul Sullivan, Daniel Bishop, Ted Treska, Bruce Morrison 2015. Sea lamprey mark type, marking rate, and parasite-host relationships for lake trout and other species in Lake Ontario. Journal of Great Lakes Research . 41 (1). 266-279.
Contribution #1902
K.T. Holeck, L.G. Rudstam, J.M. Watkins, F.J. Luckey, J.R. Lantry, B.F. Lantry, E.S. Trometer, M.A. Koops, and T.B. Johnson. 2015. Lake Ontario water quality during the 2003 and 2008 intensive field years and comparison with long-term trends. Taylor & Francis . Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management . 18 (1). 7-17.
Contribution #1900
Gord Paterson, Scott A. Rush, Michael T. Arts, Ken G. Drouillard, Gordon Doug Haffner, Tim B. Johnson, Brian F. Lantry, Craig E. Hebert, Daryl J. McGoldrick, Sean M. Backus, and Aaron T. Fisk 2014. Ecological tracers reveal resource convergence among prey fish species in a large lake ecosystem. John Wiley & Sons . Freshwater Biology . 59 (10). 2150-2161.
Contribution #1860
Eshenroder, Randy L. and Brian F. Lantry. 2013. Recent changes in successional state of the deep-water fish communities of Lakes Michigan, Huron, and Ontario and management implications. Great Lakes Fisheries Policy and Management: A Binational Perspective. 2nd Michigan State University Press . East Lansing, MI . 137-165.
Contribution #1555
Herbst, Seth J., Marsden, J. Ellen, and Brian F. Lantry. 2013. Lake whitefish diet, condition, and energy density in Lake Champlain and the lower four Great Lakes following dreissenid invasions. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society . 142 (2). 388-398.
Contribution #1724

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