Alumna: Hamilton

 


Sarah Hamilton and Stephanie Chun tag a trout

Sarah (left) and Stephanie Chun internally implant a radio tag into a trout


Sarah Hamilton

Position: Graduate Student, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

Campus Address:
Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology
University of California, Davis
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

Phone:

Email: spam free email link to Sarah Hamilton

Degrees:

Present: University of California, Davis - Veterinary Medicine Student

2002: University of California, Davis - B.S. Wildlife Biology

Research Interests:

Fish physiology and behavior, impact of altered and managed river flows on native fish, fish passage and movement.

Recent Publications:

N/A

Presentations:

Radio-telemetry Studies Assessing Pulsed Flow Impacts on the Behavior and Distribution of Fishes in the American River. Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, California-Nevada Chapter, Sacramento, CA. March 17-19, 2005. Presentation, Abstract.

Pulsed Flow Effects on Longitudinal and Latitudinal Movement of Juvenile Hardhead Minnow and Rainbow Trout (co-presenter with Stephanie Chun). American River Watershed Conference, The Roles of Science and Management, California State University, Sacramento. April 21-23, 2005. Presentation, Abstract.



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