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

Tennessee Cooperative Fishery Research Unit

Silver Carp below Barkley Dam on the Cumberland River

The Tennessee Unit is currently staffed by a Unit Leader, an Assistant Unit Leader, one research technician, and an administrative assistant. Normally, 5-10 MS and PhD graduate students are supported by a variety of funded research projects dealing with the study of fish and mussels. The Tennessee Unit has a very close working relationship on the campus of Tennessee Tech with the Biology Department and the Center for the Management, Protection, and Utilization of Water Resources (Water Center). The Water Center has state-of-the-art analytical and computer laboratories, plus support personnel that provide our students with opportunities to engage in a wide variety of environmental research.

Tennessee Cooperative Fishery Research Unit Federal Staff

Dr. Mark Rogers, Unit Leader, Tennessee Cooperative Fishery Research Unit
Rogers, Mark
Unit Leader

Amanda Rosenberger
Rosenberger, Amanda
Assistant Unit Leader

Contact Us

Tennessee Cooperative Fishery Research Unit

Box 5114 Tennessee Tech University
Cookeville TN 38505-0001
Phone: (931) 372-3094
Fax: (931) 372-6257

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