Jeffrey S. Schaeffer
Adjunct Associate Professor
PhD, University of Michigan (natural resources)
MS, Ohio State University (zoology)
BS, Ohio State University (fisheries management)
Jeffrey Schaeffer serves as an Adjunct Associate Professor a SNRE. He works as a Research Fishery Biologist at the USGS Great Lakes Science Center.
- Lizhu Wang, Catherine M. Riseng, Lacey A. Mason, Kevin E. Wehrly, Edward S. Rutherford, James E. McKenna Jr., Chris Castiglione, Lucinda B. Johnson, Dana M. Infante, Scott Sowa, Mike Robertson, Jeff Schaeffer, Mary Khoury, John Gaiot, Tom Hollenhorst, Colin Brooks, and Mark Coscarelli 2015. A spatial classification and database for management, research, and policy making: The Great Lakes aquatic habitat framework. Elsevier . Journal of Great Lakes Research . 41 (2). 584-596.
- Jeffrey S. Schaeffer, Mark W. Rogers, David G. Fielder, Neal Godby, Anjanette Bowen, Lisa O'Connor, Josh Parrish, Susan Greenwood, Stephen Chong, and Greg Wright 2014. Designing long-term fish community assessments in connecting channels: Lessons from the Saint Marys River. Elsevier . Journal of Great Lakes Research . 40 (Supplement 2). 15-22.
- James E. McKenna, Jr., Jeffrey S. Schaeffer, Jana S. Stewart, and Michael T. Slattery 2014. Development of a spatially universal framework for classifying stream assemblages with application to conservation planning for Great Lakes lotic fish communities. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. . Restoration Ecology . 23 (2). 167-178.
- Edward F. Roseman, Jeffrey S. Schaeffer, Ethan Bright, and David G. Fielder 2014. Angler-Caught Piscivore Diets Reflect Fish Community Changes in Lake Huron. Taylor & Francis . Transactions of the American Fisheries Society . 143 (6). 1419-1433.
- Stott, Wendylee, Ebener, Mark P., Mohr, Lloyd, Schaeffer, Jeff, Roseman, Edward F., Harford, William J., Johnson, James E., and Cherie-Lee Fietsch. 2012. Genetic structure of lake whitefish, Coregonus clupeaformis, populations in the northern main basin of Lake Huron. Fundamental and Applied Limnology. Special Issues. Advances in Limnology . 63 241-260.
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