Mississippi Staff Member
Mr. Jordan Besson
I grew up in the town of Gilroy, California. I earned my BS from California State University Monterey Bay in Environmental Science, Technology, and Policy and after graduation in 2016, I proceeded to work along the central coast of California with endangered steelhead in various coastal riverine systems. My interest in North American fisheries took me to Idaho and Wisconsin before I accepted my Masters position here at Mississippi State where I will analyze movement patterns of Asian Carp in and out of Moon Lake. After graduate school, I plan to become a fisheries biologist for a government agency in the Western United States.
|Besson, J.B., M.E. Colvin, L.E. Miranda, and C.G. Dunn. 2022. Movers and stayers: a look into the movements of Silver Carp in an oxbow lake system. Annual Meeting of the Mississippi Chapter, American Fisheries Society, Hattiesburg, MS.||February 2022|
|Besson, J., M.E. Colvin, L.E. Miranda, C.G. Dunn. 2021. Evaluating movements of Silver Carp in an oxbow lake to inform barrier placement and operation. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Baltimore, Maryland.||November 2021|