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Max Larreur

MaxLarreurDesignation: M.S. Graduate Student

On Campus Address:  1736 Throckmorton

Fax : 785-532-6949

E-mail: larreur@ksu.edu

Area(s) of Specialization:
Wildlife and Wetland Ecology

Degree Being Pursued: M.S.

Supervisor: Adam Ahlers

Bio Brief

My grad research over the next two years will be looking at the effect of hybridized cattails on muskrats at Voyageurs National Park located in International Falls, Minnesota. I'll also be collecting data on hybridized cattail effects on other semiaquatic mammal species, waterbirds, and crayfish, and seeing how management practices on these cattails effect their populations.