Fisheries Outreach Specialist
What I do at Sea Grant
Based in Manitowoc, Titus Seilheimer joined the Wisconsin Sea Grant Advisory Services Team in December 2012. Before joining Wisconsin Sea Grant, he worked as a research ecologist for the U.S. Forest Service’s Northern Research Station in St. Paul, Minnesota, developing water quality models for the Western Great Lakes. He also led research on fish habitat in springs and the classification of river flow regimes at Oklahoma State University, and he assessed the impacts of flow regime change on fish assemblages at Cornell University.
Ph.D., McMaster University (Hamilton, Ontario), with a focus on fish habitat in Great Lakes coastal wetlands