Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program:
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Staff Member

Lyndsie Wszola

Post Doctoral REsearcher

Research Publications Publication Date
Wszola, L.S., L.N. Messinger, L.F. Gruber, E.F. Stuber, C.J. Chizinski, and J.J. Fontaine. 2020. Use and expenditures on public access hunting lands. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 29:100256. December 2020
Wszola, L.S., E.F. Stuber, C.J. Chizinski, J.J. Lusk, and J.J. Fontaine. 2019. Prey availability and accessibility drive hunter movement. Wildlife Biology 2019:wlb.00526. December 2019
Wszola, L., V. Simonsen, C. Gillespie, L.N. Messinger, J.J. Lusk, K.L. Decker, C.F. Jorgensen, E.F. Stuber, and J.J. Fontaine. 2017. Translating statistical wildlife-habitat models to interactive decision support tools. Plos One 12:e0188244.
December 2017
Wszola, L. S., A. L. Madsen, E. F. Stuber, C. J. Chizinski, J. J. Lusk, J. S. Taylor, K. L. Pope, and J. J. Fontaine. 2020. Public access for pheasant hunters: understanding an emerging need. Journal of Wildlife Management 84:45-55. | Download January 2020
Sievert, N. A., A. J. Lynch, H. S. Embke, A. Robertson, M. Lang, A. L. Kaz, M. D. Robertson, S. R. Midway, L. Wszola, C. P. Paukert. 2023. CreelCat, a Catalog of United States Inland Creel and Angler Survey Data. Scientific Data 10: 762 (2023). IP-152029. BAO Approval 8/13/2023. November 2023
Gruber, L.F., E.F. Stuber, L.S. Wszola and J.J. Fontaine. 2019. Estimating use of public lands: Integrated model of open populations with convolution likelihood ecological abundance regression. Bayesian Analysis 14:1-27. December 2019
Fontaine, J.J., A.D. Fedele, L.S. Wszola, L.N. Messinger, C.J. Chizinski, J.L. Lusk, K.L. Decker, J.S. Taylor, and E.F. Stuber. 2019. Hunters and their perceptions of public access: a view from afield. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 10:589-601. December 2019
Presentations Presentation Date
Wszola. L.S., L.N. Messinger, and J.J. Fontaine. 2017. Estimating the economic benefit of the hunting access program in Nebraska. The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting. Albuquerque, NM. September 2017
Wszola, LS and JJ Fontaine. 2015. Pheasant hunting in the landscape of fear: Modeling interactions between predator and prey habitat decision. 2015 Annual meeting of the Central Mountains and Plains Section of The Wildlife Society, Aug. 10-12, 2015, Manhattan, KS August 2015
Wszola, L.S., E.F. Stuber, L.F. Gruber, and J.J. Fontaine. 2018. Hunter distribution in a unique public access landscape. South Dakota Chapter of The Wildlife Society. Chamberlain, SD. February 2018
Wszola, L.S., E.F. Stuber, L. Gruber, and J.J. Fontaine. 2018. Mapping anthropogenic predation risk at the landscape scale. Gordon research conversant predator prey interaction. Santa Barbara, CA February 2018
Wszola, L.S. and J.J. Fontaine. 2017. How we hunt: Modeling the future of pheasant behavior. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Wszola, L.S. and J.J. Fontaine. 2016. ANTRHOPOGENIC PREDATION RISK AND HABITAT STRUCTURE INTERACT TO SHAPE AVIAN SPATIAL DECISIONS. North American Ornithological Conference, Washington, D.C. August 2016
Wszola, L., J. Kasper, and C. Paukert, Fish thermal guild drives foraging, growth, and fishing opportunity under climate change. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Grand Rapids, MI. Invited April 2023
Wszola, L. S., M. A. Kameingk, C. J. Chizinski, K. L. Hurley, K. L. Pope, and J. P. DeLong.2020. 1000 kilometers and counting: creel surveys across the Great Plains. Annual Meeting, Nebraska Chapter, American Fisheries Society, Lincoln, Nebraska. February 2020
Sievert, N. A. J. Lynch, H. S. Embke, A.L. Kaz, M. D. Robertson, S. R. Midway, L. Wszola, and C. Paukert. CreelCat, A Catalog of United States Inland Angler Survey Data. Invited Presentation, World Fisheries Congress, Seattle WA. 5 March 2024. March 2024
Robertson, M. D., S. R. Midway, H. S. Embke, A. L. Kaz, M. Lang, C. P. Paukert, N. A. Sievert, L. Wszola, A. J. Lynch. Estimating Lentic Recreational Fisheries Catch and Effort Throughout the United States. March 2024. World Fisheries Congress. Seattle, WA. IP-155223 August 2023
Fontaine, J.J., C. Chizinski, N. Cole, C. Gillespie, A. Lipinski, J. Lusk, L. Messinger, K. Pope, and L. Wszola. Climate change: challenges for wildlife, outdoor enthusiasts, and the future of wildlife management. Nebraska Chapter of The Wildlife Society March 2015