Eric Loudenslager, Retired Fish Hatchery Manager, Professor Emeritus
- B.S. Biology, 1974, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point
- Ph.D. Zoology, Physiology, 1978, University of Wyoming
- Coastal cutthroat restoration of Stone Lagoon
- Genetic variation in north coast salmonids (steelhead, cutthroat, chinook)
- Hatchery management
- Genetic variation in sculpins
HSU MS Theses
Murphy, Jonathan, M. 2004. The effects of salinity and wastewater on growth and mortality of mosquitofish, Gambusia affinis.
- Baumsteiger, Jason, D. 2002. A comparison of visual identification with genetic identification of juvenile coastal cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki ), steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), and their hybrids
Yeoh, C.G., T.H. Kerstetter, and E.J. Loudenslager. 1991. Twenty-four-hour
seawater challenge test for coastal cutthroat trout. The Progressive Fish
- Sarver, S.K., and E.J. Loudenslager. 1991. The genetics of California
populations of the blue mussel: further evidence for the existence of
electrophoretically distinguishable species or subspecies. Biochemical
Systematics and Ecology 19:183-188.
- Loudenslager, E.J., J.N. Rinne, G.A.E. Gall, and R.E. David. 1986.
Biochemical genetic studies of native Arizona and New Mexico trout.
Southwestern Naturalist 31:221-234.
- Bailey, J.K. and E.J. Loudenslager. 1986. Genetic and environmental
components of variation for growth of juvenile Atlantic salmon. Aquaculture
- Saunders, R.L., E.B. Henderson, B.D. Glebe and E.J. Loudenslager. 1983. Evidence of a major environmental component in the determination of the grilse: larger salmon ratio in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Aquaculture 33:107-118.