Trent Sutton

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Trent Sutton’s research program uses a field and laboratory-based approach to develop a greater understanding of biotic and abiotic factors on the population ecology and biology of fishes and community structure in freshwater and marine ecosystems. He has significant experience in population biology and ecology of fishes, and expertise in population assessment using field and laboratory methods.

Trent has current research projects directed at understanding the distribution, abundance, movement patterns, population dynamics, and life history of various species in Alaska, including large natural rivers and lakes in interior Alaska, the Yukon and Susitna rivers, Prince William Sound, and the Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort seas.