Philip Lienesch, Ph.D. University of Oklahoma
BIOL 122 Biological Concepts: Evolution, Diversity & Ecology
BIOL 131 Human Anatomy & Physiology
BIOL 224 Animal Biology & Diversity
BIOL 225 Animal Biology & Diversity Laboratory Coordinator
BIOL 456 Ichthyology
BIOL 458 Fisheries Management
My research interests are in the area of fish biology and fisheries management. Recent projects have focused on life history characteristics of White Bass and Yellow Bass in Barren River Lake. I am also interested in community analysis of stream fish communities and the effects of dams on fish communities.
Jacob Fose, 2013. Interference in White Bass reproduction by two introduced predators in Barren River Lake, KY.
Derek Rupert, 2012. Comparison of creel survey data to traditional sampling techniques in pit-lake fisheries of Muhlenburg County, KY.
Peter Zervas, 2010. Age, reproduction, growth, condition and diet of the introduced yellow bass, Morone mississippiensis, in Barren River Lake, Kentucky.
Kerstin Edberg, 2009. The effects of a reservoir on genetic isolation in two species of darter.
Mario Sullivan, 2008. Effects of Barren River Lake on upstream fish assemblages of Barren River tributaries.
Micheal Ruhl, 2005. Flow reversal events increase the abundance of nontroglobitic fish in the subterranean rivers of Mammoth Cave National Park.
Zacchaeus Compson, 2004. Trophic interactions within Mammoth Cave National Park
Ph.D. Zoology, University of Oklahoma (Norman, OK), 1991-1997
M.S. Biology, James Madison University (Harrisonburg, VA), 1989-1991
B.S. Biology, Towson State University (Towson, MD), 1985-1989
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