Arizona Staff Member
Larissa Lee earned a B.A. from Colby College in 2013, with majors in both Environmental Studies and Global Studies. Since 2013, she has worked with fish populations in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. In Wyoming, she helped to remove invasive lake trout from Yellowstone Lake in Yellowstone National Park. Larissa spent a year working as an AmeriCorps member at Trout Unlimited, where she developed a restoration strategy for a degraded watershed in Montana. In Idaho, she monitored salmonid populations as a fisheries technician for Idaho Fish and Game. Larissa came to the University of Arizona in 2016 to complete her M.S. in Natural Resources, with a focus on fisheries conservation and management. As a graduate research assistant at the University of Arizona, Larissa is developing habitat suitability criteria for native and nonnative species in multiple Arizona rivers and streams. She is also examining the relationship between hydrologic flow regime and fish community structure throughout these rivers and streams. Her research will inform fisheries managers on how to best protect flow regime to promote the success of native fish populations.
|Nemec, Z. C., Lee, L N., and S. A. Bonar. 2016. Assessing modified prepositioned areal electrofishing devices (PAEDs) for surveying fish habitat use in desert streams. 48th Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council, November 15-19, Albuquerque, New Mexico. (Contributed, Oral)||2016-11-16|
|Lee, L., and S. A. Bonar. 2018. Evaluating Relationships between Fish Populations and Flow Regime Characteristics in Four Arizona Streams. 148th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Atlantic City, New Jersey from August 19-23, 2018. Contributed Presentation.||2018-08-23|
|Lee, L. and S. Bonar. “Evaluating Relationships between Fish Populations and Flow Regimes in Arizona Streams” (2018) Anchorage, AK: Western Division of the American Fisheries Society 43nd Annual Meeting; Native Western Fishes, Oral Presentation.||2018-05-20|
|Lee, L. and S. Bonar. “Evaluating Relationships between Fish Populations and Flow Regimes in Arizona Streams” (2017) San Luis de Rio Colorado, Mexico: Desert Fishes Council 49th Annual Meeting; Native Western Fishes, Oral Presentation.||2017-11-19|
|Lee, L. and S. A. Bonar. 2017. Using USGS Streamstats to evaluate relationships between fish populations and flow regime. 147th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Tampa, Florida, August 19-24th. CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATION.||2017-08-24|
|Lee, L. N., Z. C. Nemec, and S. A. Bonar. 2017. Assessing modified prepositioned areal electrofishing devices (PAEDs) for surveying fish habitat use in desert streams. 50th Joint Annual Meeting of the AZ/NM American Fisheries Society, AZ Chapter of The Wildlife Society, NM Chapter of The Wildlife Society, Farmington, New Mexico, February 9-11, 2017.||2017-02-10|