Bryan BozemanOak Ridge National Laboratory | ORNL
Doctor of Philosophy
Freshwater ecology postdoc investigating relationships between fish, rivers, and humans at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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We conducted an experiment to determine whether a conservation film increased support for conservation and whether transportation and emotion were correlated with shifts in conservation support. Viewers of short and feature-length versions of the conservation film exhibited greater alignment with story-centric beliefs and conservation behavior inte...
Open Educational Resources (OERs) represent any form of educational resource that is available free of charge. Few OERs exist for courses in fisheries or other life science courses, and the onset of the COVID‐19 epidemic only exacerbates the need for such resources. To rectify this shortcoming, we build on earlier work (Grossman and Chernoff 2018)...
Species conservation requires understanding the mechanistic processes of habitat selection and their effects on fitness. Nonetheless, there are few fitness‐based habitat selection models for aquatic organisms. We examined multiple aspects of foraging behaviour of nonanadromous Dolly Varden Charr (Salvelinus malma) in Panguingue Creek, Alaska, USA a...
Most fishes residing in temperate streams in the Northern Hemisphere are drift-feeders. Despite this fact, little is known about the mechanisms of drift-feeding itself. We used Alaskan Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus), an abundant boreal drift-feeder, to examine the effects of water velocity on several aspects of drift-feeding behavior and test...