Brittany A Bajo
Brittany grew up in southwest Michigan and received her Bachelor's from Grand Valley State University. After graduating, she moved to Fort Collins, CO where she worked with Greenback Cutthroat Trout and Boreal Toads along side the NE conservation biologist. She then took another laboratory manager position at the University of Tennessee working with salamanders and chytrid fungus (Bsal). Brittany started here at Tennessee Tech in 2019 and is working to model freshwater mussel habitat in the Duck River, TN.
|Research Publications||Publication Date|
|Fetters, J., A. Rosenberger, K.I. Womble, A. Ford, B. Bajo. 2022. Increased population size of the federally endangered Ptychobranchus subtentus in the Wolf River, TN (Fentress and Pickett Co.). Ellipsaria 24: 21-24.||February 2022|
|Bajo, B., and A.E. Rosenberger. 2019. Modeling fundamentally suitable freshwater mussel habitat in the Duck River Drainage, Tennessee. Oral presentation (invited), Organization of Fisheries and Wildlife Information Managers Annual Meeting, West Virginia. October, 2019.||October 2019|
|Bajo, B., J. Holtswarth, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2020. Field validating a suitable habitat model for the Gasconade River. Organization of Fish and Wildlife Information Managers Annual Meeting. October, 2020.||October 2020|
|Bajo, B., J. Hartman, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2021. Freshwater mussel status assessment using a suitable habitat model for the Gasconade River, Missouri. Poster Presentation for the Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Virtual. February, 2021.||February 2021|
|Bajo, B. and A.E. Rosenberger. 2021. Freshwater mussel status assessment using a suitable habitat model for the Gasconade River, Missouri. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Annual Meeting. Virtual, April 2021.||April 2021|