T. Douglas Beard
The U.S. Geological Survey
United States of America
program coordinator for the USGS Fisheries: Aquatic and Endangered Resources Program and worked for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources as a staff fisheries biologist. bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, a master’s degree in fish and wildlife sciences from Penn State University, and a doctorate in zoology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Climate and Land Use Change
Drivers and synergies in the management of inland fisheries: Searching for sustainable solutions, Lynch, Abigail; Beard, Douglas
The social, economic, and environmental importance of inland fish and fisheries, Lynch, Abigail J.; Cooke, Steven J.; Deines, Andrew M.; Bower, Shannon D.; Bunnell, David B.; Cowx, Ian G.; Nguyen, Vivian M.; Nohner, Joel K.; Phouthavong, Kaviphone; Riley, Betsy; Rogers, Mark W.; Taylor, William W.; Woelmer, Whitney; Youn, So-Jung; Beard, T. Douglas
On the sustainability of inland fisheries: Finding a future for the forgotten, Steven J. Cooke, Edward H. Allison, Douglas Beard, Robert Arlinghaus, Angela Arthington, Devin Bartley, Ian G. Cowx, Carlos Fuentevilla, Nancy J. Leonard, Kai Lorenzen, Abigail Lynch, Vivian M. Nguyen, So-Jung Youn, William W. Tayor, and Robin Welcomme