About the Robert J. Behnke Papers
The Robert J. Behnke Papers
What is it?
The Robert J. Behnke Papers include a vast array of created and collected material representing his many years as a consultant with experts, students and interested parties on his specialty of studying the trout and salmonid families of fishes. Included are unpublished books and papers, professional and personal correspondence, reprinted articles of a wide variety of studies, drafts of manuscripts, photocopied or original articles and newspaper clippings, legal papers related to his consulting work with fishery and water issues, reports and studies by universities, fish and wildlife agencies and other related groups. Also present are materials from his teaching classes in various aspects of fish species and environment. There are photos, maps, diagrams for use in published works, memorabilia, and papers related to organizations and societies for which he had membership. Topics include genetics, water conditions (limnology), management of fisheries and conservation challenges for fish populations, and on the locations of many species of fishes around the world.
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