Research led by Danielle Massie (a long-overdue website congratulations on defending her MS!) has been highlighted in Penn State News. Danielle and colleagues quantified walleye annual growth rates from 1983-2015 in 61 midwestern USA lakes, and found that that increased water clarity may mediate the effect of warming water temperatures on early life growth rates. Read all the details in Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science.
Assistant Unit Leader and Adjunct Professor of Fisheries Ecology, PA Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit and Penn State