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

Florida Staff Member


Dr. Andrew Carlson

Dr. Andrew Carlson is the Assistant Unit Leader - Fisheries, Florida Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit.

Assistant Unit Leader
Phone: (352) 294 - 3895
Email: acarlson@usgs.gov
Alt. Email: andrew.carlson@ufl.edu
Personal website

Education

  • Ph D Michigan State University 2019, Postdoc Princeton University 2020
  • MS South Dakota State University 2015
  • BS University of Minnesota 2012

Teaching Interest

Fisheries ecology and management, stream ecology, coupled human and natural systems, scientific communication in fisheries

Research Interest

The Carlson Lab explores fisheries as ecosystems, human systems, and coupled human-natural systems. Our mission is to conduct research that informs fisheries management and conservation while preparing students for professional success. From sport fish to imperiled species, we study fishes and their habitats to develop strategies for sustaining fish production and biodiversity, particularly amid stressors such as land-use change, species invasion, and groundwater withdrawal. We also study other aquatic organisms, human systems, and coupled human-natural systems to design aquatic resource management approaches that incorporate perspectives of diverse user groups.

Research Publications Publication Date
Taylor, W. W., M. Good, A. K. Carlson, T. Scholze, H. A. Triezenberg, and R. Lambe. 2019. The changing face of Great Lakes fisheries. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 22(3):355–367. https://doi.org/10.1080/14634988.2019.1657688 September 2019
Taylor, W. W., C. P. Ferreri, A. K. Carlson, and A. Bennett. 2020. Preface. In: Lessons in Leadership: Integrating Courage, Vision, and Innovation for the Future of Sustainable Fisheries. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. https://doi.org/10.47886/9781934874608 August 2020
Taylor, W. W., A. K. Carlson, A. Bennett, C. P. Ferreri. 2020. Lessons in Leadership: Integrating Courage, Vision, and Innovation for the Future of Sustainable Fisheries. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. https://doi.org/10.47886/9781934874608 August 2020
Reid, A. J., A. K. Carlson, I. F. Creed, E. J. Eliason, P. A. Gell, P. T. J. Johnson, K. A. Kidd, T. J. MacCormack, J. D. Olden, S. J. Ormerod, J. P. Smol, W. W. Taylor, K. Tockner, J. C. Vermaire, D. Dudgeon, and S. J. Cooke. 2018. Emerging threats and persistent conservation challenges for freshwater biodiversity. Biological Reviews 94(3):849–873. https://doi.org/10.1111/brv.12480 November 2018
Reid, A. J., A. K. Carlson, D. E. L. Hanna, J. D. Olden, S. J. Ormerod, and S. J. Cooke. 2020. Conservation challenges to freshwater ecosystems. In: Goldstein, M.I., DellaSala, D.A. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the World's Biomes, vol. 4. Elsevier, pp. 270–278. https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-409548-9.11937-2 January 2020
Radigan, W. J., A. K. Carlson, M. J. Fincel, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2019. Effects of the 2011 Missouri River flood on walleye natal recruitment and habitat use in Lake Sharpe, South Dakota. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 34(1):213–228. https://doi.org/10.1080/02705060.2019.1577306

March 2019
Radigan, W. J., A. K. Carlson, M. J. Fincel, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2018. Otolith chemistry as a fisheries management tool after flooding: The case of Missouri River gizzard shad. River Research and Applications 34(3):270–278. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3247 March 2018
Radigan, W. J., A. K. Carlson, J. L. Kientz, S. R. Chipps, M. J. Fincel, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2018. Species- and habitat-specific otolith chemistry patterns inform riverine fisheries management. River Research and Applications 34(3):279–287. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3248 January 2018
Radigan, W. J., A. K. Carlson, B. D. S. Graeb, and M. J. Fincel. 2018. Assessing the utility of otolith chemistry for management of six freshwater fishes from a river-reservoir system. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 38(2):316–326. https://doi.org/10.1002/nafm.10024 April 2018
Liu, J., A. Herzberger, K. Kapsar, A. Carlson, and T. Connor. 2019. What is telecoupling? Chapter 2 in J. Østergaard Nielsen and C. Friis, editors. Telecoupling: Exploring land-use change in a globalised world. Palgrave Studies in Natural Resource Management. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 19–48. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-11105-2_2 February 2019
Lederman, N. J., and A. K. Carlson. 2015. How to establish a student subunit. Fisheries 40(10):484–485. https://doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2015.1089097 October 2015
Lederman, N. J., and A. K. Carlson. 2016. Preparing the next generation of fisheries professionals. Fisheries 41(8):471–472. https://doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2016.1199227 August 2016
Kapsar, K. E., C. L. Hovis, R. F. B. Silva, E. K. Buchholtz, A. K. Carlson, Y. Dou, Y. Du, P. R. Furumo, Y. Li, A. Torres, D. Yang, H. Y. Wan, J. G. Zaehringer, and J. Liu. 2019. Telecoupling research: The first five years. Sustainability 11(4):1033. https://doi.org/10.3390/su11041033

February 2019
Carlson, A. K., and N. J. Lederman. 2016. Climate change and fisheries education. Fisheries 41(7):411–412. https://doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2016.1182510 July 2016
Carlson, A. K., and B. Vondracek. 2014. Synthesis of ecology and human dimensions for predictive management of bighead and silver carp in the United States. Reviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture 22(4):284–300. https://doi.org/10.1080/23308249.2014.967747 October 2014
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, and S. M. Hughes. 2020. The metacoupling framework informs stream salmonid management and governance. Frontiers in Environmental Science 8:27. https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2020.00027 March 2020
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, and J. Liu. 2019. Using the telecoupling framework to improve Great Lakes fisheries sustainability. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 22(3):342–354. https://doi.org/10.1080/14634988.2019.1668660 September 2019
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, and D. M. Infante. 2020. Modelling effects of climate change on Michigan brown trout and rainbow trout: Precipitation and groundwater as key predictors. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 29(3):433–449. https://doi.org/10.1111/eff.12525 July 2020
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, and D. M. Infante. 2019. Developing precipitation- and groundwater-corrected stream temperature models to improve brook charr management amid climate change. Hydrobiologia 840(1):379–398. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-019-03989-1

June 2019
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, Z. Basher, T. D. Beard, Jr., and D. M. Infante. 2018. Science to action: Decision-support to advance stream trout management in a changing climate. Proceedings of the Wild Trout XII Symposium 12. September 2018
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, M. T. Kinnison, S. M. P. Sullivan, M. J. Weber, R. T. Melstrom, P. A. Venturelli, M. R. Wuellner, R. M. Newman, K. J. Hartman, G. B. Zydlewski, D. R. DeVries, S. M. Gray, D. M. Infante, M. A. Pegg, and R. M. Harrell. 2019. Threats to freshwater fisheries in the United States: Perspectives and investments of state fisheries administrators and Agricultural Experiment Station directors. Fisheries 44(6):276–287. https://doi.org/10.1002/fsh.10238 June 2019
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, M. R. Cronin, M. J. Eaton, L. E. Eckert, M. A. Kaemingk, A. J. Reid, and A. Trudeau. 2020. A social-ecological odyssey in fisheries and wildlife management. Fisheries 45(5):238–243. https://doi.org/10.1002/fsh.10439 May 2020
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, K. M. Schlee, T. G. Zorn, and D. M. Infante. 2017. Projected impacts of climate change on stream salmonids with implications for resilience-based management. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 26(2):190–204. https://doi.org/10.1111/eff.12267 April 2017
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, K. M. Hartikainen, D. M. Infante, T. D. Beard, Jr., and A. J. Lynch. 2017. Comparing stream-specific to generalized temperature models to guide coldwater salmonid management in a changing climate. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 27:443–462. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11160-017-9467-0 February 2017
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu, and I. Orlic. 2018. Peruvian anchoveta as a telecoupled fisheries system. Ecology and Society 23(1):35. https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-09923-230135 December 2018
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu, and I. Orlic. 2017. The telecoupling framework: An integrative tool for enhanced fisheries management. Fisheries 42(8):395–397. https://doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2017.1342491 August 2017
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, D. R. DeVries, M. R. Wuellner, and M. T. Kinnison. 2020. Leadership in action: Lessons from a multistate fisheries collaboration. In: Lessons in Leadership: Integrating Courage, Vision, and Innovation for the Future of Sustainable Fisheries. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. https://doi.org/10.47886/9781934874608

August 2020
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, D. I. Rubenstein, S. A. Levin, and J. Liu. 2020. Global marine fishing across space and time. Sustainability 12(11):4714. https://doi.org/10.3390/su12114714 June 2020
Carlson, A. K., W. E. French, B. Vondracek, L. C. Ferrington Jr., J. E. Mazack, and J. L. Cochran-Biederman. 2016. Brown trout growth in Minnesota streams as related to landscape and local factors. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 31(3):421–429. https://doi.org/10.1080/02705060.2016.1160449 April 2016
Carlson, A. K., T. Young, M. A. Centeno, S. A. Levin, and D. I. Rubenstein. 2021. Boat to bowl: Resilience through network rewiring of a community-supported fishery amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Environmental Research Letters. https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/abe4f6 February 2021
Carlson, A. K., Q. E. Phelps, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2016. Chemistry to conservation: Using otoliths to advance recreational and commercial fisheries management. Journal of Fish Biology 90(2):505–527. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfb.13155 October 2016
Carlson, A. K., P. E. Bailey, M. J. Fincel, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2016. Otoliths as elemental tracers of walleye environmental history: Insights for interjurisdictional fisheries management. Lake and Reservoir Management 32(4):329–340. https://doi.org/10.1080/10402381.2016.1203845 July 2016
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Ward, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2016. Using otolith microchemistry to classify yellow perch as stocked or naturally produced. The Prairie Naturalist 47:52–55. June 2016
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2017. Otolith chemistry indicates walleye movement and entrainment in a large serial reservoir system. Fisheries Management and Ecology 24(3):217–229. https://doi.org/10.1111/fme.12224 May 2017
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2016. Otolith microchemistry reveals natal origins of walleyes in Missouri River reservoirs. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36(2):341–350. https://doi.org/10.1080/02755947.2015.1135214 April 2016
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2016. Effects of historic flooding on fishes and aquatic habitats in a Missouri River delta. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 31(2):271–288. https://doi.org/10.1080/02705060.2015.1128989 January 2016
Carlson, A. K., K. M. Dunmall, R. E. Boucek, N. W. Cole, J. A. Kerns, R. M. Krogman, M. C. Lloyd, V. M. Nguyen, T. R. Wendt, S. L. White, and K. L. Wilson. 2015. How to navigate fisheries education and employment. Fisheries 40(5):196–197. https://doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2015.1025952 May 2015
Carlson, A. K., J. R. Fischer, L. L. Pierce, D. J. Dembkowski, M. E. Colvin, J. A. Kerns, and J. D. Fore. 2015. Purpose, history, and importance of the student angle. Fisheries 40(2):81–83. https://doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2014.964399 February 2015
Carlson, A. K., J. G. Zaehringer, R. D. Garrett, R. F. B. Silva, P. Furumo, A. N. Raya Rey, A. Torres, M. G. Chung, Y. Li, and J. Liu. 2018. Toward rigorous telecoupling causal attribution: A systematic review and typology. Sustainability 10(12):4426. https://doi.org/10.3390/su10124426

November 2018
Carlson, A. K., D. I. Rubenstein, and S. A. Levin. 2021. Modeling Atlantic herring fisheries as multiscalar human-natural systems. Fisheries Research 236:105855. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2020.105855 January 2021
Carlson, A. K., D. I. Rubenstein, and S. A. Levin. 2020. Linking multiscalar fisheries using metacoupling models. Frontiers in Marine Science 7:614. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2020.00614

July 2020
Carlson, A. K., A. F. Lintvedt, A. N. Luchenbill, A. M. Irwin, S. A. Heiler, A. R. Kowalski, P. S. Burger, N. E. Nahra, C. J. Weathers, S. Dhanjal, and C. R. Yatooma. 2018. On the banks of the Red Cedar: Toward socio-ecologically robust riparian management in an iconic Michigan river. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 33(1):429–447. https://doi.org/10.1080/02705060.2018.1502692

December 2018
Carlson, A. K., A. Bennett, W. W. Taylor, and C. P. Ferreri. 2020. Summary. In: Lessons in Leadership: Integrating Courage, Vision, and Innovation for the Future of Sustainable Fisheries. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. https://doi.org/10.47886/9781934874608

August 2020
Carlson, A. K. 2016. Trophy northern pike: The value of experimentation and public engagement. Reviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture 24(2):153–159. https://doi.org/10.1080/23308249.2015.1112765 January 2016
Carlson, A. K. 2016. In the footsteps of a heroine: Honoring Janice Lee Fenske. Fisheries 41(10):574–575. https://doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2016.1221704 October 2016
Anderson, Chris
PhD
christopher.anderson@myfwc.com

Bonvechio, Kimberly
PhD
kim.bonvechio@myfwc.com

Coleman, Tyler
PhD
tyler.coleman@ufl.edu

Gaffey, Bethany
Master's
bmgaffey94@ufl.edu

Presentations Presentation Date
Wei, Z., M. Canlas, S. Janecke, D. Wright, A. Carlson, S. Lawrence. 2017. Plant science of tree ancestry: Photosynthetic characteristics (PQSPAD, LEF, ΦII) show distinct differences between native and non-native tree species at Michigan State University. 19th Annual University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum, Michigan State University. April 2017
Taylor, W. W., M. Good, A. K. Carlson, T. Scholze, H. Triezenberg, B. Lambe. 2017. The changing face of recreational fisheries in the Laurentian Great Lakes and its ecological and socio-economic consequences. 8th World Recreational Fishing Conference. Victoria, British Columbia. July 2017
Taylor, W. W., A. K. Carlson, A. Bennett, J. Liu, M. J. Good. 2019. Evaluating Great Lakes fisheries ecosystems as coupled human and natural systems (CHANS). American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society – 2019 Joint Annual Conference. September 2019
Taylor, W. W., A. K. Carlson, A. Bennett, D. M. Infante, N. J. Leonard, S. M. Hughes, J. Liu. 2019. Assessing the importance of riverine fisheries as metacoupled human and natural systems. 6th Biennial Symposium of the International Society for River Science. Vienna, Austria. September 2019
Taylor, W. W., A. K. Carlson, A. Bennett, C. P. Ferreri. 2020. The need for leadership to enhance health, well-being, and productivity of fisheries ecosystem and professionals. 150th Annual AFS Meeting (virtual). September 2020
Radigan, W. R., A. K. Carlson, M. J. Fincel, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2015. Use of otolith microchemistry to evaluate the natal contribution of embayments to the gizzard shad (Dorosoma cepedianum) population in the Missouri River in South Dakota. 51st Annual Meeting, Dakota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Bismarck, North Dakota. February 2015
Radigan, W. R., A. K. Carlson, M. J. Fincel, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2015. Natal contribution and movement of gizzard shad in Lake Sharpe, SD, evaluated using otolith microchemistry. 145th Annual AFS Meeting, Portland, Oregon. August 2015
Gaffey, B.M., A.K. Carlson. 2022. Cold blood in warming waters: Conserving Gulf Sturgeon using precipitation and groundwater models. University of Florida Water Institute Symposium, Gainesville, Florida, 22-23 February 2022. February 2022
Carlson, A. K., and B. Vondracek. 2015. Synthesis of ecology and human dimensions for predictive management of bighead and silver carp in the United States. Annual Meeting, Minnesota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Brainerd, Minnesota. February 2015
Carlson, A. K., and B. Vondracek. 2015. Synthesis of ecology and human dimensions for predictive management of bighead and silver carp in the United States. 75th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana. January 2015
Carlson, A. K., and B. Vondracek. 2015. Synthesis of ecology and human dimensions for predictive management of bighead and silver carp in the United States. 51st Annual Meeting, Dakota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Bismarck, North Dakota. February 2015
Carlson, A. K., and B. Vondracek. 2015. Synthesis of ecology and human dimensions for predictive management of bighead and silver carp in the United States. 145th Annual AFS Meeting, Portland, Oregon. August 2015
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor. 2015. Science for conservation: Research informs trout management. St. Joe River Valley Fly Fishers meeting. Granger, Indiana. September 2015
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor. 2015. Results of the 2015 inland trout angler survey. Michigan DNR Fisheries Division Trout Committee meeting. Bellaire, Michigan. December 2015
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor. 2015. Inland trout angler survey update. Michigan DNR Coldwater Resources Steering Committee meeting. Grayling, Michigan. October 2015
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, Z. Basher, T. Douglas Beard, Jr., D. M. Infante. 2019. Use of precipitation- and groundwater-corrected water temperature models to predict effects of environmental change on stream salmonids. Advances in the Population Ecology of Stream Salmonids V. Granada, Spain. May 2019
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, Z. Basher, T. D. Beard, Jr., D. M. Infante. 2017. Linking stream temperature modeling with decision-support tools for resilience-based salmonid management in a changing climate. 147th Annual AFS Meeting, Tampa, Florida. August 2017
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, Z. Basher, T. D. Beard, Jr., D. M. Infante, T. G. Zorn. 2017. Integrating decision-support and stream temperature modeling for resilience-based salmonid management in a changing climate. Wild Trout Symposium XII. West Yellowstone, Montana. September 2017
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, Z. Basher, T. D, Beard, Jr., and D. M. Infante. 2018. Resilient trout management in a changing climate: Integrating stream temperature modeling and decision-support. 78th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. January 2018
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, T. G. Zorn. 2017. The Fenske Fellowship: Professional growth, personal inspiration, and a fisheries legacy. 12th Fisheries and Wildlife Graduate Student Organization Symposium. Michigan State University. February 2017
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, T. G. Zorn, K. M. Schlee, and D. M. Infante. 2015. Development of a comprehensive state wide management program for resilient and productive stream salmonid populations in Michigan, USA. Advances in the Population Ecology of Stream Salmonids IV. Girona, Spain. May 2015
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, T. Douglas Beard, Jr., D. M. Infante. 2019. Using decision-support tools to enhance stream trout management amid climate change. Annual Meeting of the Michigan Chapters of The Wildlife Society and the American Fisheries Society. Gaylord, Michigan. March 2019
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, T. Douglas Beard, Jr., D. M. Infante. 2019. Science to action: Decision-support to advance stream trout management in a changing climate. 79th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Cleveland, Ohio. January 2019
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, T. Douglas Beard, Jr., D. M. Infante. 2017. Stream science to action: A decision-support tool for salmonid thermal habitat management amidst climate change. 77th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, K. M. Schlee, T. G. Zorn, D. M. Infante. 2016. Resilience-based management of coldwater streams and their salmonid populations in a changing climate. 7th World Fisheries Congress. Busan, South Korea. May 2016
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, K. M. Schlee, T. G. Zorn, D. M. Infante. 2016. Projected impacts of climate change on stream salmonids with implications for resilience-based management. 76th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Grand Rapids, Michigan. January 2016
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, K. M. Schlee, T. G. Zorn, D. M. Infante. 2016. Projected impacts of climate change on stream salmonids with implications for resilience-based management. 11th Fisheries and Wildlife Graduate Student Organization Symposium. Michigan State University. February 2016
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu. 2019. Metacoupled fisheries: Integrating ecosystems and human systems across space and time to enhance fisheries management. American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society – 2019 Joint Annual Conference. September 2019
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu. 2018. Using the metacoupling framework to enhance fisheries management and governance. 148th Annual AFS Meeting, Atlantic City, New Jersey. August 2018
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu, I. Orlic. 2018. Telecoupled fisheries: Insights and applications for sustainability. Annual Meeting of the United States Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology. Chicago, Illinois. April 2018
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, J. Liu, A. Bennett. 2019. Stream salmonid fisheries as coupled human and natural systems. Advances in the Population Ecology of Stream Salmonids V. Granada, Spain. May 2019
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, D. M. Infante. 2018. Impact of changes in precipitation and groundwater on brook charr thermal habitat in Michigan streams. 9th Annual International Charr Symposium. Duluth, Minnesota. June 2018
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, D. M. Infante. 2017. Going against the flow: Modeling coldwater stream temperature from above and below. 77th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, D. M. Infante. 2017. Accounting for groundwater and precipitation dynamics in stream temperature modeling to achieve resilient salmonid management in a changing climate. 147th Annual AFS Meeting, Tampa, Florida. August 2017
Carlson, A. K., W. W. Taylor, A. Bennett, C. P. Ferreri. 2020. Leadership: The art, science, and practice of making a difference for the sustainability of fish, fisheries, and humanity. 150th Annual AFS Meeting (virtual). September 2020
Carlson, A. K., W. E. French, L. C. Ferrington, B. Vondracek, and J. A. Perry. 2012. Growth dynamics and age structure of brown trout in southeast Minnesota streams. Honors Thesis Seminar. University of Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota. May 2012
Carlson, A. K., W. E. French, L. C. Ferrington, B. Vondracek, and J. A. Perry. 2012. Growth dynamics and age structure of brown trout in southeast Minnesota streams. 73rd Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Wichita, Kansas. December 2012
Carlson, A. K., W. E. French, L. C. Ferrington, B. Vondracek, and J. A. Perry. 2012. Growth dynamics and age structure of brown trout in southeast Minnesota streams. 142nd Annual Meeting, American Fisheries Society. St. Paul, Minnesota. August 2012
Carlson, A. K., W. E. French, L. C. Ferrington, B. Vondracek, and J. A. Perry. 2011. Age structure and growth dynamics of brown trout in southeast Minnesota streams. 72nd Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Des Moines, Iowa. December 2011
Carlson, A. K., W. E. French, B. Vondracek, L. C. Ferrington Jr., J. E. Mazack, and J. L. Cochran-Biederman. Recent and historical trends in Brown Trout growth in southeastern Minnesota streams. 75th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana. January 2015
Carlson, A. K., W. E. French, B. Vondracek, L. C. Ferrington Jr., J. E. Mazack, and J. L. Cochran-Biederman. 2015. Spatial and temporal patterns in brown trout growth in the Driftless Ecoregion. Annual Meeting, Minnesota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Brainerd, Minnesota. February 2015
Carlson, A. K., W. E. French, B. Vondracek, L. C. Ferrington Jr., J. E. Mazack, and J. L. Cochran-Biederman. 2015. Spatial and temporal patterns in brown trout growth in the Driftless Ecoregion. 145th Annual AFS Meeting, Portland, Oregon. August 2015
Carlson, A. K., W. E. French, B. Vondracek, L. C. Ferrington Jr., J. E. Mazack, and J. L. Cochran-Biederman. 2015. Recent and historical trends in Brown Trout growth in southeastern Minnesota streams. Annual Meeting, Minnesota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Baxter, Minnesota. February 2015
Carlson, A. K., W. E. French, B. Vondracek, L. C. Ferrington Jr., J. E. Mazack, and J. L. Cochran-Biederman. 2015. Recent and historical trends in Brown Trout growth in southeastern Minnesota streams. 51st Annual Meeting, Dakota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Bismarck, North Dakota. February 2015
Carlson, A. K., T. Young, M. A. Centeno, S. A. Levin, D. R. Rubenstein. 2021. Boat to bowl: resilience through network rewiring of a community-supported fishery amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 151st Annual AFS Meeting. November 2021
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2015. Walleye natal origins, movement, and entrainment in Missouri River reservoirs. South Dakota Walleyes Unlimited Annual Convention. Sioux Falls, South Dakota. March 2015
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2015. Using otolith microchemistry to advance walleye management in Missouri River reservoirs. 75th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Indianapolis, Indiana. January 2015
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2015. Otolith microchemistry advances walleye research and management in Missouri River reservoirs. 145th Annual AFS Meeting, Portland, Oregon. August 2015
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2015. New directions in Missouri River research: Otolith microchemistry advances walleye management. 51st Annual Meeting, Dakota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Bismarck, North Dakota. February 2015
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2015. Advancing Missouri River science: Otolith microchemistry as a research and management tool. Annual Meeting, Minnesota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Baxter, Minnesota. February 2015
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2014. Rapid response to catastrophic flooding in the Missouri River. South Dakota Walleyes Unlimited Annual Convention. Sioux Falls, South Dakota. March 2014
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2014. Environmental history of walleye revealed using otolith microchemistry. Summer Fisheries Meeting. South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks. Brookings, South Dakota. July 2014
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2014. Environmental history of walleye revealed using otolith microchemistry. Annual Meeting, Minnesota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Mankato, Minnesota. February 2014
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2014. Environmental history of walleye revealed using otolith microchemistry. 50th Annual Meeting, Dakota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Chamberlain, South Dakota. February 2014
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2014. Environmental history of walleye revealed using otolith microchemistry. 144th Annual Meeting, American Fisheries Society. Quebec City, Quebec. August 2014
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2014. Effects of catastrophic flooding on a reservoir delta fish community. 74th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Kansas City, Missouri. February 2014
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2013. The catastrophic flood of 2011: Effects on fish communities and aquatic habitat in South Dakota. South Dakota Walleyes Unlimited Annual Convention. Deadwood, South Dakota. January 2013
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2013. Rapid response to a catastrophic flood: Effects on aquatic resources in Missouri River reservoirs. Annual Meeting, Minnesota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. St. Cloud, Minnesota. February 2013
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2013. Effects of catastrophic flooding on fish communities in the Lewis and Clark Delta. 49th Annual Meeting, Dakota Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Bismarck, North Dakota. February 2013
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2013. Effects of catastrophic flooding on a reservoir delta fish community. Quantitative Fisheries Science. South Dakota State University. Brookings, South Dakota. April 2013
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2013. Effects of a catastrophic flood on Missouri River aquatic resources. Missouri River Natural Resources Committee meeting. Pierre, South Dakota. September 2013
Carlson, A. K., M. J. Fincel, C. M. Longhenry, and B. D. S. Graeb. 2012. Rapid response to a catastrophic flood: Effects on aquatic resources in Missouri River reservoirs. M.S. Proposal Seminar. South Dakota State University. Brookings, South Dakota. December 2012
Carlson, A. K., D. I. Rubenstein, S. A. Levin. 2020. Linking local, regional, and global fishing across a metacoupled world. 150th Annual AFS Meeting (virtual). September 2020
Carlson, A. K., B. Hoffman, J. Fernholz, J. Oien, Z. Jessee, S. Fox, and J. Stall. Population structure of Cisco (Coregonus artedi) in Lake Oahe, South Dakota. Advanced Fisheries Management. South Dakota State University. Brookings, South Dakota. April 2013
Carlson, A. K. 2021. Joining the Florida fisheries community: A history and horizon scan. Annual Meeting, Florida Chapter of the American Fisheries Society (virtual). April 2021
Carlson, A. K. 2018. Fisheries as coupled human and natural systems: Perspectives from Michigan and abroad. Red Cedar Fly Fishers. East Lansing, Michigan. April 2018
Carlson, A. K. 2017. In the footsteps of a heroine: Honoring Janice Lee Fenske’s fisheries legacy. Annual Meeting of the Michigan Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Mackinaw City, Michigan. March 2017
Technical Publications Publication Date
Carlson, A. K., T. G. Zorn. 2018. Values, opinions, and behavior of inland trout anglers in Michigan. Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Fisheries Report 29. Lansing, Michigan. January 2018
Carlson, A. K. 2015. Importance of the Clean Water Rule: A national perspective. Trout Unlimited. Arlington, Virginia. July 2015