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Andrew Treble
Andrew Treble

​​​​​​​​​Aquati​c Research Data Analyst

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Contact Information

CPW Northeast Service and Research Center

317 West Prospect

Fort Collins, CO 80526

Email: andrew.treble@state.co.us

Phone: (970) 472-4372​

Education

  • M.S., Fisheries and Wildlife — Michigan State University, 2006

  • Associate's Degree, Fisheries and Wildlife Technology — Sir Sandford Fleming College of Natural Resources, 1998

  • B.S., Biology and Environmental Science — University of Western Ontario, 1994

Current or Recent Positions

  • Aquatic Research Data Analyst — Colorado Parks and Wildlife, 2013-Present

  • Fisheries Research Associate — Colorado Parks and Wildlife, 2012

  • Senior Biologist & Assessment Project Supervisor — Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), 2007-2011

  • Fisheries Biologist — Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2006-2007

Current or Recent Research Projects

  • Effects of 2012 front range flooding on fisheries community

  • Effects of forest fires and beetle kill on fisheries community

  • Analysis of factors that contribute to trophy walleye and largemouth bass fisheries

  • Review of White Sucker invasion of the western slope

Areas of Interest/Expertise

  • Sea lamprey biology and the ecology of lamprey metamorphosis

  • Integrated aquatic pest management

  • Spatial and temporal trends in fisheries populations

  • Consolidation and analysis of fisheries data

  • Relational database design and maintenance (Microsoft Access and SQL Server)

Publications

Dawson, H., Treble, A.J., Almeida, P.R., and Quintella, B. In print. The ecology of larval and metamorphosing lampreys in Lampreys: Biology, Conservation and Control. Springer Publishing, New York, NY

Treble, A.J. 2014. Aquatic Data Analysis. Federal Aid in Fish and Wildlife Restoration. Job Progress Report Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Aquatic Wildlife Research Section, Fort Collins, CO.

Treble, A.J. 2013. Aquatic Data Analysis. Federal Aid in Fish and Wildlife Restoration. Job Progress Report. Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Aquatic Wildlife Research Section, Fort Collins, CO.

Walter, L.M. and Treble, A. 2012. Chapter 4: Five Year Plan for Lake Huron In Lake-level, five-year plans for achieving sea lamprey control targets in each Great LakeEdited by K. Mullett, J. Slade, P. Sullivan, and M. Steeves [online].

Jones, M. L., Irwin, B., Hansen, G. J. A., Dawson, H. A., Treble, A. J., Liu, W., Dai, W., Bence, J. R. 2009. An operating model for the integrated pest management of Great Lakes sea lampreys. Open Fish Science Journal (2).

Treble, A.J., M.L. Jones, and T.B. Steeves. 2008.  Development and evaluation of a new predictive model for metamorphosis of Great Lakes larval sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) populations. Journal of Great Lakes Research 34(3).

Jones, M. L., Hansen, G. J. A., Liu, W., Irwin, B., Treble, A. J, Dawson. 2008. Sea lamprey population dynamics: updating demographic models and application to a novel control strategy. Great Lakes Fisheries Commission Project Completion Report.

Steeves, T.B., A. J. Treble, and M. L. Jones. 2006. Development and assessment of a predictive model for metamorphosis of Great Lakes sea lamprey populations. Great Lakes Fishery Commission Project Completion Report.​

Treble, A.J. 2006. Choosing Streams for sea lamprey control: Using alternative models of metamorphosis to optimize the stream selection process. M.Sc. Thesis, Department of Fish and Wildlife, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.​