University Cooperators

David R. Anderson, Emeritus Unit Leader, Colorado Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Emeritus Professor, Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (waterfowl research and management, sampling theory, population dynamics, and statistical analysis).

Kenneth P. Burnham, Emeritus Assistant Leader, Wildlife, Colorado Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Emeritus Professor, Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (statistical modelling and sampling and analysis methodology for wildlife and ecology, in particular population estimation such as capture-recapture, bird banding, and line transects).

William H. Clements, Professor, Department of Fish,Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (ecotoxicology, effects of pollution on aquatic systems, ecology of aquatic systems, and ecology of aquatic insects), Phone (970) 491-0690

Kurt D. Fausch,  Emeritus Professor, Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (ecology and management of stream fishes and their habitat and bio monitoring of water resources), Phone (970) 491-6457

Brett M. Johnson, Professor, Department of Fish,Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (aquatic ecology, fisheries management, effects of angling on food webs, and large-reservoir fisheries), Phone (970) 491-5002

Gary C. White, Emeritus Professor, Department of Fish,Wildlife, and Conservation Biology (quantitative methods in fish and wildlife biology including biotelemetry data analysis, survival analysis, population-estimation techniques, computer application, and large-mammal population dynamics).