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

Wisconsin Fishery Staff Member


Jasmine Johnson

Jasmine Johnson

Email: jasminejohnson719@gmail.com

Biography

I received my B.S. in wildlife science with a minor in biology in 2014 from New Mexico State University. I have worked as a wildlife technician for New Mexico State University and as a fisheries technician for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the Bureau of Land Management, and New Mexico State University. My research at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point will focus on otolith and fin ray microchemistry to identify natal origin of lake sturgeon in the Lake Winnebago system.

Presentations Presentation Date
Johnson, J., D. Isermann, W. Larson, D. Dembkowski, and R. Koenigs. February 2019. Stock discrimination of lake sturgeon in the Lake Winnebago System using otolith and fin ray microchemistry. Wisconsin Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Green Bay, Wisconsin. 2019-02-19
Johnson, J., D. Isermann, D. Dembkowski, and R. Koenigs. September 2019. Stock discrimination of lake sturgeon in the Lake Winnebago system using otolith and fin ray microchemistry. North American Sturgeon and Paddlefish Society. Manitoba, Canada. 2019-09-15
Johnson, J., D. Isermann, D. Dembkowski, and R. Koenigs. January 2020. Stock discrimination of lake sturgeon in the Lake Winnebago System using otolith and fin ray microchemistry. 80th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Springfield, Illinois. 2020-01-26