John W. Guzevich
Supervisory Fish Biologist
322 E. Front Street, Suite 401
Boise, ID 83702
I have 20 years experience working with fisheries resources in the Rocky Mountain Region.� I have taken a career path that has led from instream flow and stream salmonid population dynamics in the waters of Wyoming and Colorado, to radio telemetry of endangered fishes in the canyons of the Green River in Utah, to describing species assemblage and distribution of fishes in Montana prairie streams. In my present position as a fisheries biologist at the Rocky Mountain Research Station I provide technical and logistical support to the team of research scientists in Boise, Idaho.
- University of Wyoming, BS Wildlife Conservation and Management/ Fisheries,
- Montana State University, MS Fish and Wildlife Management,
Featured Publications & Products
- Thurow, Russell F.; Peterson, James T.; Guzevich, John W. 2006. Utility and validation of day and night snorkel counts for estimating bull trout abundance in first-to-third order streams.
- Peterson, James T.; Thurow, Russell F.; Guzevich, John W. 2004. An evaluation of multipass electrofishing for estimating the abundance of stream-dwelling salmonids.
Publications & Products
- Thurow, R. F.; Peterson, J. T.; Larson, C. A.; Guzevich, J. W. 2004. Development of bull trout sampling efficiency models.
- Thurow, R. F.; Peterson, J. T.; Guzevich, J. W. 2001. Development of bull trout sampling protocols.