University of Massachusetts
Department of Natural Resources Conservation
Dr. Haro's interests include behavior and biology of diadromous fishes, fish passage biology and engineering, and animal migration. Current research involves biotic and abiotic influences on fish migration, design and performance of traditional and experimental fish passage structures, development of new technologies for assessment of fish behavior and passage, and behavior of upstream and downstream migrant diadromous fishes.
Haro, A. J. 1991. Thermal preferenda and behavior of American eels (Genus Anguilla) in relation to their spawning migration. Environment and Biology of Fishes 31:171-184.
Haro, A. J., and W. H. Krueger. 1991. Pigmentation, otolith rings and upstream migration of juvenile American eels (Anguilla rostrata) in a coastal Rhode Island stream. Canadian Journal of Zoology 69:812-814.
Haro, A. J., and W. H. Krueger. 1988. Pigmentation, size and migration of elvers (Anguilla rostrata (LeSueur)) in a coastal Rhode Island stream. Canadian Journal of Zoology 66:2528-2533.
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