|Molly A.H. Webb|
USFWS Research Fishery Biologist
4050 Bridger Canyon Road
Bozeman, MT 59715
1994-2000 Ph.D. Ecology, Area of Emphasis Conservation Biology, University of California, Davis
Ph.D. Dissertation: Ovarian Steroidogenesis and Environmental Temperature Effects during Final Ovarian Maturation and Ovulation of White Sturgeon, Acipenser transmontanus.
1992.1994M.S. Degree in Animal Science, University of California, Davis
M.S. Thesis: Effects of Environmental Temperature on Final Ovarian Maturation and Spawning Performance of the White Sturgeon, Acipenser transmontanus.
1987-1992 B.A. in Aquatic Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara
My research interests include reproductive physiology and endocrinology and physiological ecology of fishes. My research has focused on the effects of temperature and environmental contaminants on the reproductive potential and developmental biology of fishes; development of non-invasive methods to determine spawning readiness in threatened or endangered species, specifically sturgeon and June sucker, in conservation propagation programs; and the effects of stress on fish performance in the wild and in conservation propagation programs.