Tomas Höök

Purdue University, College of Agriculture,

Department of Forestry and Natural Resources

Otolith from a larval alewife

I am interested in environmental questions at the interface between applied and basic ecology. To address such questions I use an adaptive research approach and employ a variety of research methods (e.g., field sampling, controlled experiments, statistical analysis, simulation modeling). The focus of my research is fish and fisheries ecology in the Laurentian Great Lakes. However, I also study lower trophic level organisms and both smaller freshwater and larger marine ecosystems.

 

Purdue University,

College of Agriculture,

Department of Forestry and Natural Resources,

Purdue Water Community,

Cooperative Institute for Limnology and Ecosystems Research,

Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant

Tomas O. Höök

thook@purdue.edu

765-496-6799

Department of Forestry and Natural Resources

        Purdue University

        195 Marsteller Street

        West Lafayette IN  47907-2033

Young largemouth bass

Student opportunities

If you are interested in graduate studies in fish ecology at Purdue University, then please contact me.  Opportunities for highly motivated, outstanding students may be available.

For minimum criteria and graduate program information please visit the graduate program web-page.