Degree HeldHayley holding a trout over a river

B.S., Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, University of Georgia, 2014

M.S., Aquatic Ecology, Utah State University, 2017

Degree Sought

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


Dr. Christopher Guy

Current Research

Evaluating the influence of Lake Trout suppression via carcass deposition on nutrient cycling and food web dynamics in Yellowstone Lake.


Glassic, H. C., Guy, C., Rotella, J., Nagel, C., Schmetterling, D., Dalbey, S. 2020. Fort Peck Paddlefish Population Survival and Abundance in the Missouri River. Journal of Applied Ichthyology. In press.

Koel, T., Arnold, J., Bigelow, P., Brenden, T., Davis, J. D. , Detjens, C., Doepke, P., Ertel, Glassic, H., et al. 2020. Yellowstone Lake Ecosystem Restoration: A Case Study for Invasive Fish Management. Fishes. Accepted.

Glassic, H. C. and Jereme W. Gaeta. 2020. The Influence of Multiyear Drought and Associated Reduction in Tributary Connectivity on an Adfluvial Fish Species. Ecology of Freshwater Fish.

Glassic, H.C., Kurt C. Heim, Christopher S. Guy. 2019. Creating Figures in R that Meet the AFS Style Guide: Standardization and Supporting Script. Fisheries.

Glassic, H. C. and Jereme W. Gaeta. 2019. Multiyear Drought-Driven Littoral Habitat Loss and the Response of an Endemic Fish Species in a Deep, Desert Lake. Freshwater Biology.