Graduate Student Opportunities

The Alaska Salmon Program currently has graduate students studying a broad range of basic and applied ecological, social, and economic topics relevant to sockeye salmon and their ecosystems. Research interests include: climate change impacts on freshwater ecosystems; life history and behavior of salmonids; river, stream, and lake ecology; biogeochemical processes; brown bear/salmon interactions; bird/salmon interactions; marine derived nutrients; economics of salmon and salmon fisheries; and quantitative assessments of salmon populations.

Students interested in graduate research opportunities with the UW Alaska Salmon Program should contact individual faculty.

Daniel Schindler

Tom Quinn

Ray Hilborn

Lisa Seeb

Jim Seeb

Lorenz Hauser

Chris Anderson