Austin Happel
Austin Happel
Research Biologist
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TitleCited byYear
Exploring yellow perch diets in Lake Michigan through stomach content, fatty acids, and stable isotope ratios
A Happel, S Creque, J Rinchard, T Höök, H Bootsma, J Janssen, D Jude, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 41, 172-178, 2015
292015
Evaluating quantitative fatty acid signature analysis (QFASA) in fish using controlled feeding experiments
A Happel, L Stratton, C Kolb, C Hays, J Rinchard, S Czesny
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73 (8), 1222-1229, 2016
222016
Spatial variability of lake trout diets in Lakes Huron and Michigan revealed by stomach content and fatty acid profiles
A Happel, JL Jonas, PR McKenna, J Rinchard, JX He, SJ Czesny
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75 (1), 95-105, 2018
192018
Assessing diet compositions of Lake Ontario predators using fatty acid profiles of prey fishes
A Happel, R Pattridge, M Walsh, J Rinchard
Journal of Great Lakes Research 43 (5), 838-845, 2017
172017
Spatio-temporal description of spottail shiner (Notropis hudsonius) fatty acid profiles in Lake Michigan's southern basin
A Happel, J Lafountain, S Creque, J Rinchard, T Höök, H Bootsma, ...
Journal of Great Lakes Research 41, 179-184, 2015
172015
Fatty‐acid profiles of juvenile lake trout reflect experimental diets consisting of natural prey
A Happel, L Stratton, R Pattridge, J Rinchard, S Czesny
Freshwater Biology 61 (9), 1466-1476, 2016
162016
Patterns of integration of invasive round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) into a nearshore freshwater food web
CJ Foley, ML Henebry, A Happel, HA Bootsma, SJ Czesny, J Janssen, ...
Food Webs 10, 26-38, 2017
142017
Data pre-treatment and choice of resemblance metric affect how fatty acid profiles depict known dietary origins
A Happel, S Czesny, J Rinchard, SD Hanson
Ecological Research 32 (5), 757-767, 2017
112017
Variability in sea lamprey fatty acid profiles indicates a range of host species utilization in Lake Michigan
A Happel, J Rinchard, S Czesny
Journal of Great Lakes Research 43 (1), 182-188, 2017
62017
A multi-indicator approach to dietary assessments within Lake Michigan's nearshore area
A Happel
42013
A volunteer-populated online database provides evidence for a geographic pattern in symptoms of black spot infections
A Happel
International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 10, 156-163, 2019
12019
Fatty acids differentiate consumers despite variation within prey fatty acid profiles
A Happel, C Maier, N Farese, S Czesny, J Rinchard
Freshwater Biology 64 (8), 1416-1426, 2019
12019
Great Lakes Fish Finder App; a tool for biologists, managers and education practitioners
A Happel, KJ Murchie, PW Willink, CR Knapp
Journal of Great Lakes Research, 2019
2019
Fatty acid profiles of lake trout reveal the importance of lipid content for interpreting trophic relationships within and across lakes
A Happel, CP Stafford, J Rinchard, S Czesny
Journal of Great Lakes Research, 2019
2019
A Volunteer-Populated Online Database Provides Insights into Biogeography of Black Spot Infections
A Happel
American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society 2019 Joint Annual Conference, 2019
2019
Exploring the functionality of R
A Happel
https://qubeshub.org/qubesresources/publications/1024/1, 2019
2019
Diet Complexity and Specialization of Lake Michigan Salmonids: Contrasting Trophic Indicators
B Leonhardt, HA Bootsma, BA Turschak, SJ Czesny, A Happel, MS Kornis, ...
2018 Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, 2018
2018
Prey Species-and Size-Specific Consumption By Lake Michigan Piscivores
B Leonhardt, TO Höök, A Happel, S Czesny, B Turschak, HA Bootsma, ...
147th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 2017
2017
Tracing the effects of diets in freshwater fish using fatty acid profiles
A Happel
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2017
2017
If You Are What You Eat, Can Fatty Acids Tell Us Your Diet Composition?
A Happel
144th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 2014
2014
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