Kevin C. Donner
BS: Grand Valley State University, Michigan
Kevin completed his M.S. in 2011 working with Dr. Colden Baxter in the ISU Stream Ecology Center. He received his Bachelor of Science in Biology from Grand Valley State University and was subsequently employed by USGS of Klamath Falls and the Aquatic Ecology Lab of Ohio State University. Kevinís M.S. research centered on understanding the trophic ecology of fishes within the Grand Canyon reach of the Colorado River. He described what food sources drive production of fishes and evaluated potential for competition between native and non-native/invasive species. Kevin is presently employed with the USGS in Corvallis, Oregon.
ThesisDonner, K.C. Trophic basis of production of fishes in the Colorado River, Grand Canyon: An assessment of potential competition for food. M.S. Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, Idaho State University.