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Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center

Nicholas A. Schloesser

Position title: Biologist

Phone: 608.781.6223
Fax: 608.783.6066

2009 B.S. Biology University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, minor in Chemistry.

Primary Responsibilities/Activities:
My primary focus is to provide technical assistance to the Great Lakes Fishery Commission’s sea lamprey control program in the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain.  This involves assisting in the development of new and improved formulations of the lampricides TFM and Bayluscide, developing more efficient and cost-effective application techniques of lampricide formulations to ensure safe yet effective sea lamprey control, and assisting with the assessment of the toxicological risk of the lampricides to non-target species of concern.    

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Impacts of Human Contaminants

Aquatic Invasive Species

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