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Dr. Andrew W. Hafs

Assistant Professor

Biology

Office: S 218A

Phone: (218) 755-2789

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Email: ahafs@bemidjistate.edu

Education

West Virginia University, Ph.D. 2011
Arkansas Tech University, M.S. 2007
University of Wisconsin at Stevens Point, B.S. 2005

Publications

Hartman, K.J., F.J. Margraf, A.W. Hafs, and M.K. Cox. In review. Bioelectrical impedance analysis: a new tool for assessing fish condition.

Hafs, A.W., and K.J. Hartman. In review. Developing bioelectrical impedance analysis methods for age-0 brook trout.

Hafs, A.W., L.R. Harrison, R.M. Utz, and T. Dunne. In press. Quantifying the role of woody debris in providing bioenergetically favorable habitat for juvenile salmon. Ecological Modelling.

Wilberding, M.C., and A.W. Hafs. 2013. Angler catch-per-unit-effort in restored and reference sections of the Merced River, California: a preliminary analysis. California Fish and Game 99:149-154.

Hafs, A.W., P.M. Mazik, P.B. Kenney, and J.T. Silverstein. 2012. Impact of carbon dioxide level, water velocity, strain, and feeding regimen on growth and fillet attributes of cultured rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Aquaculture 350-353:46-53.

 
 
 
 
 
 
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IN BSU JOURNAL OF STUDENT RESEARCH
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
RESEARCH INTERESTS

My research interests are focused on the interaction between animal populations and aquatic environments. Specifically, I enjoy researching the influence that anthropogenic factors have on movement patterns and population dynamics for species of interest. It is my hope that determining the influence of anthropogenic factors, as they relate to interaction between animals and their habitat, we will be better prepared to conserve and rehabilitate the aquatic environments studied.