South Dakota Staff Member
Alex J. Rosburg
Originally from the town of Estherville, Iowa, near the Iowa Great Lakes, Alex grew up on some of the best fishing the state of Iowa has to offer. He completed his B.S. in Wildlife and Fisheries Science at SDSU in December 2013. Over the span of his undergraduate career, Alex worked for the Iowa DNR’s Aquatic Invasive Species Unit, the South Dakota GF&P, and as a fisheries research technician for multiple graduate students at SDSU. Alex is now working on his master’s degree studying growth potential and genetic diversity of yellow perch in South Dakota with Dr. Brian Blackwell and Dr. Steven Chipps.
Studying growth potential and genetic diversity of yellow perch in South Dakota.
|Research Publications||Publication Date|
|Deslauriers, D., A.J. Rosburg, and S.R. Chipps. 2017. Development of a foraging model framework to reliably estimate daily food consumption of young fishes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 74:1668-1681.||2017-08-31|
|Growth Potential and Genetic Diversity of Yellow Perch in South Dakota||2017-11-01|
|Rosburg, A.J., B.G. Blackwell, S.R. Chipps, J.A. VanDeHey, and W.A. Larson. 2017. Growth and genetic diversity of yellow perch populations in the Prairie Pothole Region. 77th Annual Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE.||2017-02-07|
|Rosburg, A., B. Blackwell, S. Chipps, J. VanDehey and W. Larson. 2017. In-situ growth and genetic diversity of yellow perch (Perca flavescens) in South Dakota. 53rd Annual meeting Dakota Chapter American Fisheries Society, Jamestown, ND.||2017-02-22|
|Larson, W.L., K. Turnquist, J. VanDeHey, B. Blackwell, S. Chipps, B. Sloss, and A. Rosburg. 2016. Genomic signatures of selection in yellow perch populations with variable growth trajectories and mortality rates. 147th Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Kansas City, MO.||2016-08-24|