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Momot, Walter

Dr. Walter Thomas Momot is a Professor of Ichthyology at Lakehead University since 1975 and became the Biology Department Head in 1996-2003. He was born in 1938, Hamtramck, Michigan, USA. He graduated with an Honours Bachelors of Science from the Wayne State University of Detroit, Michigan in 1960, a Masters degree in 1961 and Doctoral degree in fisheries in 1964 from the University of Michigan, Flint Michigan in 1961. He began his career in fisheries at the Sandy Hook Marine Lab in New Jersey. Later he moved to a position of assistant professor of zoology at the University of Oklahoma in 1964. He advanced from instructor to Associate professor of Ohio State University from 1964-1975. He worked as a visiting professor at the Louisana State University 1981-1982, University of Hawaii & Western Australian Marine research lab, 1990-1991 and the University of Alabama 1996-1997. Dr. Momot is known for his extensive knowledge of crayfish and passion for the biogeography of fish and invertebrates in the Boreal lakes and rivers. Dr. Walter T. Momot retired in 2003 but continues to lecture Biology of fishes as a Professor Emeritus. Dr. Momot is an honorable member of the International Association Astacology, American Fisheries Society; Canadian Society Limnology, and the North American Benthological Society. He is a fellow of the American Institute Fishery Research Biologists.

Research Interests: Fish Ecology. Production ecology, zoogeography, and population dynamics of fish and invertebrates in boreal lakes.

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