FISH 191/192/291/292/392

Fish 191/192/291/292 Applied Techniques in Aquatic Systems & Fisheries I-IV

FISH 392 Project in Husbandry IV

These courses constitute a significant portion of the weekly experiential learning that both Diploma and Post Degree Diploma students do during their program. This course is designed to give students practical experience in both supervised and unsupervised environments. Students will choose from a selection of content, including but not limited to: salmonid conservation, salmonid culture, aquaponics, fish health, alternate species culture, aquaculture laboratory techniques, data management and analysis, and invertebrate culture. Not all content is available every year.

ProjectInstructor
Early life history trout cultureMark Noyon
Fish HealthSpencer Russell
Salmonid ConservationDuane Barker
Invertebrate CultureStefanie Duff
AquaponicsMark Noyon/Dan Baker
Sturgeon CultureGord Edmondson
Tilapia CultureMark Noyon
Aquaculture Lab TechniquesTim Green
Data Management and AnalysisDuane Barker