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Malte Willmes

  • PhD
  • PostDoc
  • University of California Davis Department of Wildlife Fish and Conservation Biology
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Research interests

GeochemistryLaser-ablationStrontium isotopesStable isotopesFish ecology

About

I am a postdoctoral researcher in the fish ecology group at the Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology Department, UC Davis. Currently I am using isotopic tracing to investigate habitat changes and movement patterns of various California native fish species including Delta and Longfin Smelt and Chinook Salmon.

Co-authors (35)

Publications (5)

  • Fishery collapse, recovery, and the cryptic decline of wild salmon on a major California river.

    • Willmes M
    • Hobbs J
    • Sturrock A
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  • Mapping of bioavailable strontium isotope ratios in France for archaeological provenance studies

    • Willmes M
    • Bataille C
    • James H
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  • Deep in the shallows: Environmental variability and habitat use by native and invasive fishes in San Francisco’s complex saltmarsh complexes

    • Barros A
    • Lewis L
    • Willmes M
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  • Longfin Smelt Distribution: Abundance and Evidence of Spawning in San Francisco Bay Tributaries

    • Parker C
    • Lewis L
    • Barros A
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  • Thermal resilience of Delta Smelt: What can we learn from otoliths ?

    • Willmes M
    • Lewis L
    • Davis B
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Professional experience

PostDoc

University of California Davis Department of Wildlife Fish and Conservation Biology

April 2016 - Present