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

Mississippi Staff Member


Mr. Joshua Stafford

Joshua Stafford

Master's
Email: js5459@msstate.edu

Biography

I am originally from upstate New York but have lived in seven states since graduating from high school. I obtained my B.S. in Environmental Studies from Montreat College near Asheville, NC. After graduating I moved around doing seasonal work for a few years. Most of that work was with salmonids on the west coast. I worked with native trout on California's Heritage and Wild Trout program and monitored steelhead and coho runs on California's north coast with the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission. Now I am pursuing my Masters at MSU and looking at what influences Silver Carp movements in an oxbow lake system. After graduation I plan on working for a government agency in the southeastern United States.

Presentations Presentation Date
Stafford, J.D., C.G. Dunn, M.E. Colvin, L.E. Miranda, and D.K. Riecke. 2022. Seasonal movements of Silver Carp (<i>Hypophthalmichthys molitrix</i>) in a hydrologically regulated oxbow network. Annual meeting of the Mississippi chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Hattiesburg, Mississippi. February 2022