Jonathan Spurgeon

Jonathan Spurgeon

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Contact Information

TitleResearch Assistant Professor
Faculty RankResearch Assistant Professor
Address420 South Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
68583–0984
Phone
  • office: 402-472-0957
E-mailjspurgeon2@unl.edu

 

Selected Publications

Spurgeon, J., Pegg, M. A., Parasiewicz, P., Rogers, J. 2019. River-Wide Habitat Availability for Fish Habitat Guilds: Implications for In-Stream Flow Protection. Water. 11(6), 1132.Online
Spurgeon, J., Hamel, M., Pegg, M. A., Steffensen, K. D. (2018). Spatial structure of large-river fish populations across main-stem and tributary habitats. Spatial structure of large-river fish populations across main-stem and tributary habitats(34), 807-8
Spurgeon, J., Pegg, M. A., Parasiewicz, P., Rogers, J. (2018). Diversity of river fishes influenced by habitat heterogeneity across hydrogeomorphic divisions. River Research and Applications, 34, 797-806.
Steffensen, K. D., Hamel, M., Spurgeon, J. (2018). Post-stocking pallid sturgeon Scaphirhynchus albus growth, dispersal, and survival in the lower Missouri River. Post-stocking pallid sturgeon Scaphirhynchus albus growth, dispersal, and survival in the lo
Blank, A., Hamel, M., Spurgeon, J., Pegg, M. A. (2017). Assessment of a channel catfish population in a large open river system. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 24(6), 460–468.Online
Spurgeon, J., Pegg, M. A., Halden, N. M. (2018). Mixed-origins of channel catfish in a large-river tributary. Fisheries Research, 198, 195–202.Online
Hamel, M., Spurgeon, J., Chizinski, C., Steffensen, K., Pegg, M. A. 2016. Variability in Age Estimation Results in Ambiguity and False Understanding of Population Persistence. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 36(3):514–522.Online
Hamel, M.J., J.J. Spurgeon, M.L. Pegg, J.J. Hammen, and M.L. Rugg. 2016. Hydrologic variability influences distribution and occurrence of pallid sturgeon in a Missouri River tributary. River Research and Application 32:320-329.Online
Pope, K. L., Hamel, M., Pegg, M. A., Spurgeon, J. J. 2016. The global status of freshwater fish age validation studies and a prioritization framework for future research. Reviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture, 23:329–345.Online
Spurgeon, J. J., Hamel, M., Pegg, M. A. 2016. Multi-scale approach to hydrological classification provides insight to flow structure in an altered river system. River Research and Applications. 32: 1841–1852.Online
Spurgeon, J. J., Pegg, M. A. 2016. Juvenile growth of a macrohabitat generalist tied to hydrological character of large-river system. Freshwater Biology. 62: 291-302.Online
Spurgeon, J. J., Stewart, N. T., Pegg, M. A., Pope, K. L., Porath, M. T. 2016. Using standardized fishery data to inform rehabilitation efforts. Lake and Reservoir Management. 32(1):41–50.Online
Pegg, M. A., K. L. Pope, L. A. Powell, K. C. Turek, J. J. Spurgeon, N. T. Stewart, N. P. Hogberg, and M. T. Porath. 2015. Lake and reservoir rehabilitations: seeking the fountain of youth. Fisheries 40:177-181.
Spurgeon, J., Hamel, M., Pope, K., Pegg, M. A. (2015). The global status of freshwater fish age-validation and a prioritization framework for further research. Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture, 23, 329-345.Online
Hamel, M., Spurgeon, J. J., Pegg, M. A., Hammen, J. J., Rugg, M. L. (2014). Hydrologic variability influences local probability of pallid sturgeon occurrence in a missouri river tributary. River Research and Applications. 32: 320-329.Online
Spurgeon, J., Pegg, M. A., Pope, K. L., Cunningham, G., Stasiak, R. (2014). Status of native stream fishes within selected protected areas of Niobrara River in western Nebraska, USA. Great Plains Research, 24, 71-78.Online

Advising

Graduate Programs

Master of Applied Science

Master of Science in Natural Resource Sciences
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    Doctorate of Philosophy in Natural Resource Sciences
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