Daniel L Yule
Research Fisheries Biologist
Colorado Water Science Center
The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands
Dan was born and raised in western Wisconsin and attended New Richmond Senior High School. He obtained his BS degree from the University of Wisconsin – River Falls (1989) and his MS from Utah State University (1992). After completing his studies he worked for 9 years as a Fish Biologist with the Reservoir Research Crew of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. From 2001-2003 he worked as a Fish Research Scientist with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Since 2004, Dan has held his current position as a Fishery Research Scientist with the Great Lakes Science Center – Lake Superior Biological Station. In his free time Dan enjoys hiking, camping, fishing, following WI sports teams, and watching movies. Dan is a huge fan of historical fiction novels.
Chavarie, L., A.M. Muir, M.S. Zimmerman, S.M. Baillie, M.J. Hansen, N.A. Nate, D.L. Yule, T. Middel, P. Bentzen, and C.C. Krueger. 2016. Challenge to the model of lake charr evolution: shallow- and deep-water morphs exist within a small postglacial lake. Biological Journal of Linnean Society.
Eshenroeder. R.L., P. Vecsei, N.M. Mandrak, O.T. Gorman, D.L. Yule, T.C. Pratt, D.B. Bunnell, and A.M. Muir. 2016. Ciscoes (Coregonus, Subgenus Leucichthys) of the Laurentian Great Lakes and Lake Nipigon. Available from www.glfc.org [accessed 9 January 2017].