Michael Wagner, Ph.D.

Michael Wagner

mwagner@msu.edu
Telephone: 517-353-5485

Department of Fisheries and Wildlife

Associate Professor

MSU Natural Resources Building, rm 332

Areas of Expertise:

Fish ecology and behavior; invasive species


Education:

B.S. (Marine Biology), Texas A&M University
M.S. (Marine Science), College of William and Mary (VIMS)
Ph. D. (Fisheries Ecology), University of Georgia


Background:

I am a broadly trained aquatic ecologist with a strong interest in the behavioral ecology of fishes. My recent research addresses migration strategies, search behavior, habitat selection, and anti-predator behavior, as mediated by chemical information. I am very active in the development of practical, scientifically-sound, and innovative  management tools to control invasive species and to achieve fish passage. I teach or have taught courses on Stream Ecology, Invasion Ecology, Effective Scientific Presentation, Principles and Perspectives in Fisheries and Wildlife, and the STEPPS specialization.

Click here to view the the Wagner Lab website.


Publications:

MSU Scholar Profile

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