Stuart A. Ludsin

Associate Professor

My research explores mechanisms that regulate fish population and community structure and dynamics, as well as food web interactions, in both freshwater and marine ecosystems. Typically, I have sought to apply my research to resource management problems such that agencies can make informed decisions about the environment. Overall, my research encompasses three broad but interconnected areas: 1) fish recruitment and early life-history; 2) stock discrimination and population connectivity; and 3) anthropogenic impacts on aquatic ecosystems.
To learn more, visit the Ludsin Lab page.

Areas of Expertise
  • Fish Population and Community Ecology Emphasis
  • Aquatic Ecology
  • Ph.D. The Ohio State University (2000)
  • M.S. Auburn University (1994)
  • B.S. Miami University (1992)

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492 Aronoff Laboratory
318 W. 12th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210