Joseph K Buttner
|Cat. #||Term||Course #||Title|
|1899||D1||BIO408N||Research in Biology|
|1900||D21||BIO408N||Research in Biology|
Position: Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences Program Coordinator, Northeastern Massachusetts Aquaculture Center and Cat Cove Marine Laboratory Education: B.Sc. Biology, Loyola University of Chicago, IL M.Sc. Biology, Loyola University of Chicago, IL Ph.D. Zoology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL
dr. joe is a AFS Certified Fisheries Scientist with an aquaculture specialization. His research and extension efforts target freshwater and marine organisms, finfish and shellfish, open, semi-closed and closed systems. Teaching responsibilities include all aquaculture courses (Introduction to Aquaculture, Aquaculture Methods, Advanced Aquaculture, Internship in Aquaculture), Fish Biology, Senior Seminar, and Diversity of Life as well as graduate courses (Topics in Aquaculture and Estuarine Ecology). For a synopsis of recent and on-going activities, please visit our website: www.salemstate.edu/biology/aquaculture.
dr joe has authored in excess of 70 peer reviewed, technical and lay papers, including:
dr joe has delivered in excess of 100 presentations before professional, technical and lay audiences, including: