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

Staff Member


Mr. Chris Jenney

Razorback Sucker captured and tagged on the San Juan River, Utah

Research Technician I
Email: chrisjenney@arizona.edu

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Education

  • MS University of Arizona 2020
  • BS Oregon State University 2018

Biography

Fish Biologist.
B.S.: Oregon State University
M.S.: University of Arizona
Ph.D.: University of Arizona. Native fish conservation in the west with a specific focus on native fishes to the Colorado River Basin / Razorback Sucker.

Presentations Presentation Date
Katz, N., S. Bonar, and C. Jenney. 2020. Geomorphology affects desert fish assemblages in a restored travertine-depositing stream ecosystem in Central Arizona. 53rd Joint Annual Meeting, Arizona and New Mexico Chapters of the American Fisheries Society, January 30 - February 1, 2020. Prescott, Arizona. Student Poster Award Winner. January 2020
Jenney, C., and S. Bonar. 2020. Fish abundance and population structure pre- and post- high magnitude flooding in an Arizona River. American Fisheries Society Virtual Annual Meeting September 14-25, 2020. September 2020
Jenney, C. J., and S. A. Bonar. 2020. Fish abundance and population structure pre- and post- high magnitude flooding event in an Arizona river. 53rd Joint Annual Meeting, Arizona and New Mexico Chapters of the American Fisheries Society, January 30 - February 1, 2020. Prescott, Arizona. January 2020