Fall 2016 update

Our second main field season concluded this September, we obtained excellent data again despite a historically rainy summer in interior Alaska. Our fieldwork is now complete. Blog updates have been slow to come, because we now have our hands full with data to analyze and papers to write. Updates will become more frequent as those efforts come to fruition.  In the meantime, here’s a particularly nice example of a grayling drift feeding, from our new 2016 data:


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