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M.S., Aquatic Resources and Management, University of Michigan, 2009
B.S., Environmental Sciences, University of Notre Dame, 2006
Nohner is a PhD student in the Fisheries and Wildlife Department and the Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability. His Ph.D. research focuses on I) changes to Largemouth Bass recruitment and productivity in Michigan's inland lakes as a result of changes to nearshore aquatic habitat and II) using economic models to understand shoreline property owners' willingness to participate in conservation programs.
In addition to his current research, Nohner has also participated in fish habitat research on Brook Trout, Muskellunge, Walleye, Bluegill, and estuarine fishes.
Nohner serves on the Board of the Michigan Chapter of the North American Lake Management Society, manages the American Fisheries Society Habitat Section website, and shares insights into the life of a budding fisheries biologist on his own blog, Fishing for Habitat.
Assessing and understanding the causes of anthropogenic habitat impacts to lake ecosystems, fisheries, and local economies at local and regional scales
American Fisheries Society, Michigan Chapter of the North American Lake Management Society, American Institute of Fishery Research Biologists
|The social, economic, and environmental importance of inland fish and fisheries||Environmental Reviews||2016|
|Muskellunge Spawning Site Selection in Northern Wisconsin Lakes and a GIS-Based Predictive Habitat Model||North American Journal of Fisheries Management||2015|
|Muskellunge and Northern Pike Ecology and Management: Important Issues and Research Needs||Fisheries||2015|
|A National Assessment of Stressors to Estuarine Fish Habitats in the Contiguous USA||Estuaries and Coasts||2014|