Courses Taught by Dr. Myrick

FW204
Introduction to Fishery Biology
FW402
Fish Culture
FW405
Fish Physiology
FW605
Advanced Physiological Ecology of Fishes

FW204 students learn how to use a backpack electrofishing unit to collect fish on the Poudre River.
 
FW402 students learn how to spawn walleye with Colorado Parks and Wildlife biologists.
FW405 students are given the opportunity to use research-grade equipment, such as this Loligo Model-90 fish swimming respirometer.
FW605 studenst are taught advanced techniques including whole-tank respirometry.
Exposure to sampling techniques, agencies, and topics in fishery biology careers. Principles and practices to produce food, bait, and sport fishes. Physiological ecology of fishes; functional adaptations and adjustments used to cope with environmental and physiological states. Physiological ecology of fishes; functional adaptations and adjustments used to cope with environmental and physiological states.