Adjunct Graduate Faculty, Biology
National Aquatic Ecologist – East
Courses: Biological Research (BIO 497; 499) in Freshwater Fish and Aquatic Ecology; Continuing Education Courses in Fish Passage, Aquatic Monitoring.
Research Interests: Freshwater fish and aquatic ecology; monitoring, technology transfer, fish passage, acid rain, large scale assessments
Hudy, M. , T. M. Thieling, and J. K. Whalen. 2005. A Large-scale Risk Assessment of the Biotic Integrity of Native Brook Trout Watersheds. Proceedings of Wild Trout VIII, Yellowstone National Park (in press).
Hudy, M., D.M. Downey and D.W. Bowman. 2000. Successful restoration of an acidified native brook trout stream through mitigation with limestone sand. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20:453-456.
Voshell, J.R., E.P. Smith, S.K. Evans and M. Hudy. 1997. Effective and scientific sound Bioassessment: Opinions and corroboration from academe. Journal of Human Ecological Risk Assessment: 3 (6): 941-954.