OCCRI Researchers

Title: Emeritus Professor
Name: Douglas Markle
Institution: Oregon State University
Department: Fisheries and Wildlife

Research Theme: Oregon fishes, especially the Klamath Basin and Pleistocene zoogeography. Systematics of fishes, zoogeography of northwest fishes, endangered species recovery, and early life history ecology of fishes

Research Fields:

Ecology and Ecosystem Management
Impacts Ecosystems and Populations

Professional Activities:

Independent Science Review Panel for Klamath suckers, 2004-2005.

Miller Lake Lamprey Technical Management Team, 2005-

USFWS Lost River and Shortnose Sucker Recovery Team, 2007 –

Selected Publications:

Markle, D. F., R. French, S. Naman, J. Demarest and M. Hatfield, 2002. Historical patterns of skeletal deformities in fishes from the Willamette River, Oregon. Northwestern Naturalist, 83:7-14.

Terwilliger, M., D. F. Markle and J. Kann. 2003. Associations between water quality and daily growth of juvenile shortnose and Lost River suckers in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 132:691-708.