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

Arkansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Arkansas Fish and Wildlife Cooperative Research Unit group photo

The Cooperative Research Units were created to enhance graduate education in fisheries and wildlife sciences and to facilitate research among natural resource agencies and universities on topics of mutual concern. The Arkansas Unit, one of 40 units nationwide, is a partnership among the U.S. Geological Survey, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, the University of Arkansas, and the Wildlife Management Institute.

Research at the Arkansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit focuses on management related issues and provide our Cooperators with practical information needed to better manage natural resources in Arkansas and the region. Areas of emphasis include tail-water fishery management, aquatic turtle harvest and conservation, crayfish life history and management, stable isotope research, resource selection, and avian behavior and nesting ecology.

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Arkansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Federal Staff

Brett in front of a frozen waterfall at one of the many incredible Ozark Mountain study sites that the Arkansas Unit conducts research at
Degregorio, Brett
Unit Leader

Dr. Dan Magoulick backpacking and fly fishing in Yellowstone
Magoulick, Daniel
Assistant Unit Leader

profile photo: Caleb Roberts
Roberts, Caleb
Assistant Unit Leader

Contact Us

Arkansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

Department of Biological Sciences
AR Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research unit
850 W Dickson St, SCEN522
Fayetteville AR 72701-1201
Phone: (479) 575-6709
Fax: (479) 575-3330

Staff Listing
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