The California Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit is a cooperative effort among Humboldt State University, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, the United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, the Wildlife Management Institute and the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. The cooperators pool resources to accomplish our stated mission to: (1) Conduct scientific research that benefits fish, wildlife, their habitats, and ecosystems upon which they depend; (2) Train graduate fisheries and wildlife management students, through mentoring and teaching graduate level courses, to become competent fisheries and wildlife scientists; and (3) Provide technical assistance to the fisheries and wildlife profession by sponsoring training workshops, reviewing and writing manuscripts for publication, and coordinating research activities.
|Name||Position||Start Year||End Year|
|Duffy, Walter||Unit Leader||1997||2014|
|Henderson, Mark||Assistant Unit Leader||2016||Current|
|Wilzbach, Margaret||Unit Leader||2014||2017|
|Wilzbach, Margaret||Assistant Unit Leader||1999||2014|