Dr. Lindsey Bruckerhoff
Lindsey Bruckerhoff is interested in understanding how anthropogenic stressors and biotic interactions simultaneously influence riverine fishes and the role of spatial scale and landscape structure in driving these relationships. She completed an MS in Biology from the University of Arkansas where she studied relationships between stream fish community structure, life-history traits, and hydrology in Ozark streams and a Ph.D. in Biology from Kansas State University investigating interactive effects of spatial scales, landscape structure, and predation on stream fish communities in the Flint Hills ecoregion. Her current research focuses on predicting fish responses to varying hydrology and temperature outcomes of different water resource management and climate change scenarios across the Colorado River Basin.
Here is a link to my bio on the Center for Colorado River Studies: https://qcnr.usu.edu/coloradoriver/people