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

Utah Staff Member


Tansy Remiszewski

Tansy Remiszewski with a submersible antenna at the San Rafael River, Utah

Master's
Email: T.Remiszewski@usu.edu
Faculty Website

Education

  • BS University of Massachusetts, Amherst 2018

Biography

Tansy Remiszewski is a M.S. student with Utah State University's Fish Ecology Lab. She is researching the response of desert fishes to extreme geomorphic change on the lower San Rafael River, Utah. Her advisor is Dr. Phaedra Budy.

Presentations Presentation Date
Remiszewski, T.T., J. Carmignani, and A.H. Roy. 2018. Impacts of winter water-level lake drawdowns on fish growth. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 19-23 August 2018, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Remiszewski, T.T., A.H. Roy, and J. Carmignani. 2018. Impacts of winter water-level lake drawdowns on fish growth. Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 10 January 2018, New Bedford, MA. January 2018
Remiszewski, T., P. Budy, and W. Macfarlane. 2022. Examining the Impacts of Extreme Geomorphic Change on Habitat Persistence in a Historically Degraded Desert River. Western Division of the American Fisheries Society, 7–9 March 2022. Ogden, UT. March 2022
Remiszewski, T., P. Budy and W. Macfarlane. 2022. Extreme, Positive Geomorphic Change in a Historically Degraded Desert River: Implications for Imperiled Fishes. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 14–20 May 2022. Grand Rapids, MI. May 2022
Remiszewski, T., P. Budy and W. Macfarlane. 2021. The Response of Fish Habitat and Imperiled Fishes to Extreme Geomorphic Change in a Historically Degraded Desert River. National Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 9 November 2021. Baltimore, MD. November 2021
Remiszewski, T. and P. Budy. 2021. THE RESPONSE OF FISH HABITAT AND IMPERILED FISHES TO EXTREME GEOMORPHIC CHANGE IN A HISTORICALLY DEGRADED DESERT RIVER. Utah State University Graduate Student Symposium, 10 April 2021, Logan, UT. April 2021
Remiszewski, T and P. Budy. 2021. THE RESPONSE OF IMPERILED FISHES TO EXTREME GEOMORPHIC CHANGE IN A HISTORICALLY DEGRADED DESERT RIVER. Western Division of the American Fisheries Society, 10-15 March 2021, Virtual via Zoom. March 2021