Posted on May 26, 2016 · Posted in Team
Elliott Kittel, M.Sc. Fisheries Biologist II

Elliott Kittel, M.Sc. Fisheries Biologist II

Mr. Kittel was born in the Philippines and grew up living on aquaculture research facilities in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Hawaii. Currently, Mr. Kittel serves as a Fisheries Biologist II for the Lake Roosevelt Fisheries Evaluation Program. Mr. Kittel holds a B.Sc. in Fisheries Biology and Aquaculture from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, and a M.Sc. in Animal Science from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Mr. Kittel has co-mentored six AFS Hutton Junior Fisheries Biologist Scholars, contributed to articles published in Fisheries, North American Journal of Aquaculture, and Journal of Applied Aquaculture, and has served as a journal referee. Mr. Kittel’s current research interests include (1) evaluation of hatchery rearing and release strategies as they influence subsistence and recreational fisheries, (2) development of angler creel survey methodologies, (3) controlling the spread of invasive Northern Pike in Lake Roosevelt, and (4) fish nutrition and physiology.

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