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Rebecca A Redman
Title: Aquatic Ecologist
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Lake Michigan Biological Station
400 17th Street
Zion, IL 60099
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Location: LMBS
Phone: 847-872-8677
Fax: 847-872-8679

Fishing, SCUBA Diving, Hiking, Camping, Canoeing, Snowboarding, and Picking Wild Berries
Masters Research included investigating Production versus Attraction theories regarding artificial reef community dynamics, and red snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) life history in the northern Gulf of Mexico.

Current Research includes monitoring the yellow perch population in Illinois waters of Lake Michigan, and investigating the many factors that regulate yellow perch recruitment success.
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Selected publications:
Redman, R. A., and S. T. Szedlmayer. 2009. The effects of epibenthic communities on reef fishes in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Fisheries Management and Ecology 16:360-367.

Redman, R. A., Czesny, S. J., Dettmers, J. M., Weber, M. J., and Makauskas, D. 2011. Old tales in recent context: current perspective on yellow perch recruitment in Lake Michigan. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140(5):1277-1289
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American Fisheries Society
Illinois AFS Chapter Member
AFS Early Life History Section
Education: B.S. in Wildlife Management, Purdue University

M.S. in Fisheries and Allied Aquaculture, Auburn University
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