5 Marine Ecology I

Monday, September 13, 2010: 1:20 PM-5:00 PM
317 (Convention Center)
Moderator:
Mark G. Pedersen, M.S.
1:20 PM
5-1
Restoring North Carolina river herring by stocking pre-spawn adults
Roger A. Rulifson, PhD, East Carolina University; Andrew Gross, East Carolina University
2:00 PM
5-3
Reliability of growth estimates affected by FISH shape
Gary C. Matlock, PhD, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
 
5-4
American shad mortality and restoration the good, the bad and the unknown (Withdrawn)
2:40 PM
5-5
3:00 PM
Break
3:20 PM
5-7
Differential somatic growth rates and population subdivision of region separated by Point Conception, CA, in a depleted rockfish, cowcod (Sebastes Levis)
Paul Chittaro, Nortwest Fisheries Science Center; Jon E. Hess, PhD, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission; Victor Simon, Nortwest Fisheries Science Center
 
5-6
Ecological consequences of damming on river herring throughout Maine watersheds determined by historical spatial and productivity analysis (Withdrawn)
3:40 PM
5-8
Telemetry-based mortality estimates of juvenile spot in two North Carolina estuarine creeks
Sarah E. Friedl, North Carolina State University Center for Marine Sciences and Technology; Jeffrey A. Buckel, PhD, North Carolina State University Center for Marine Sciences and Technology; Joseph E. Hightower, PhD, U.S. Geological Survey, North Carolina State University; Frederick S. Scharf, PhD, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Kenneth H. Pollock, PhD, Murdoch University
4:20 PM
5-9
Interannual site fidelity and habitat utilization of sand tigers in Delaware Bay
Johnny E. Moore, Delaware State University; Dewayne A. Fox, PhD, Delaware State University; Bradley M. Wetherbee, PhD, University of Rhode Island; Camilla T. McCandless, PhD, NOAA/National Marine Fisheries Service
4:40 PM
Influence of sex ratios in population dynamics of greater amberjack
Geoffrey H. Smith Jr., University of Florida; Debra J. Murie, University of Florida; Daryl C. Parkyn, University of Florida
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