FW 300 ICHTHYOLOGY: Biology and Diversity of Fishes --  Spring 2015
DEPARTMENT OF FISH, WILDLIFE & CONSERVATION BIOLOGY/ COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

Needlefish image: Mary Hollinger, NOAA

Course Time and Place: 10:00-10:50 AM Mondays, Wednesdays   113 Natural Resources

Instructor: Dr. Brett Johnson, brett.johnson@colostate.edu, 233 Wagar, 970-491-5002, office hours: M, W 11:00-11:45 AM, or by appointment
Teaching Assistants: Clark Johnson, clarkfjohnson@gmail.com; 208 Wagar, 970-491-2749, Office hours: TBD, Andrew Fayram, ; Office hours: TBD

 

Course Materials
Syllabus

Other materials on Canvas

Ichthyology Learning Resources
Tree of Life

Understanding Evolution

Fishbase

The Missing Link

eField Guide to Colorado-Wyoming Fishes


Helpful CSU Links
CASA | University Counseling Center | Resources for Disabled Students | CSU Health Service | Morgan Library | CSU Bookstore

Aquatic Conservation Links
Aquatic Nuisance Species | Coral Reef Conservation Program | Desert Fishes Council | Freshwaters Illustrated | Marine Stewardship Council | Native Fish Society | Nonindignenous Aquatic SpeciesSeafood Watch | Upper Colorado River Endangered Fishes | Western Water Law ;-)

Some Fun Fishy Links
The Virtual Aquarium | Bioluminescence | Tuna Research | Electronic Zoo - FISH | Fish Fossil Capital of the World  |  Coelacanth: The Fish Out of Time | Fiona's Shark Mania | Smithsonian Institution- Fishes | Tomelleri Fish Prints | Prehistoric Sharks | Xiphactinus

Other CSU Links
FW 301 Ichthyology Lab | FW 401 Fishery Science | CSU Student Chapter AFS | Why not add a minor in Fishery Biology?| CSU Fisheries Ecology Lab | Colorado Pond Manangement


Disclaimer | Equal Opportunity
Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO USA 80523-1474

Brett Johnson/November 6, 2014