Kurt Heim boat

Degrees Held

B.S., Biology, Messiah College, 2009
M.S., Fisheries, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 2014

Degree Sought

 Ph.D., Fish & Wildlife Biology, Montana State University

Advisor

Dr. Thomas McMahon

Current Research

Evaluation and management of invasion of nonnative trout into the Lamar River Watershed, Yellowstone National Park

Recent Publications

Heim, K. C., Wipfli, M. S., Whitman, M. S., & Seitz, A. C. 2016. Body size and condition influence migration timing of juvenile Arctic grayling. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 25:156-166.

Heim, K. C., Wipfli, M. S., Whitman, M. S., Arp, C. D., Adams, J., & Falke, J. A. 2015. Seasonal cues of Arctic grayling movement in a small Arctic stream: the importance of surface water connectivity. Environmental Biology of Fishes 99:49-65.

Arp, C. D., Whitman, M. S., Jones, B. M., Grosse, G., Gaglioti, B. V., & Heim, K. C. 2015. Distribution and biophysical processes of beaded streams in Arctic permafrost landscapes. Biogeosciences 12: 29-47.