Oklahoma Staff Member
Michael Ray Gatlin
Phone: (405) 204 - 2107
- BS Oklahoma State University 2010
I am currently a master's student at Oklahoma State University. I am investigating the effects of hydrologic alteration on fishes of greatest conservation need in Lee Creek, Oklahoma.
My primary interests revolve around stream ecology, including: habitat use, movement, and invasive-native interactions of fishes. I am also interested in how hydrology and fluvial geomorphololgy affect stream biota.
|Research Publications||Publication Date|
|Gatlin, M.R., D.E. Shoup, and J.M. Long. 2012. Invasive zebra mussels (Driessena polymorpha) and Asian clams (Corbicula fluminea) survive gut passage of migratory fish species: implications for dispersal. Biological Invasions. DOI 10.1007/s10530-012-0372-0.||November 2012|
|Gatlin, M.R. and. J.M. Long. 2011. Persistence of longnose darter (P. nasuta) in Lee Creek, Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 91:11-14.||September 2012|
|Effects of hydrologic alteration on species of greatest conservation need in Lee Creek, Oklahoma||June 2013|
|Technical Publications||Publication Date|
|Gatlin, M. R., and J. M. Long. 2011. Effects of hydrologic alteration on species of greatest conservation need in Lee Creek, Oklahoma. Annual Performance Report submitted to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.||August 2011|