31 Sampling Techniques I

Wednesday, September 15, 2010: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
304 (Convention Center)
David Smith, PhD
8:00 AM
Automated monitoring of fish and other biological activity at remote sites - hydroacoustic tools
Bob McClure, MSc, BioSonics, Inc; James Dawson, MSc, BioSonics, Inc; Michael Burger, PhD, BioSonics, Inc
8:20 AM
Performance of acoustic telemetry receivers in shallow estuarine systems
Jody L. Callihan, Louisiana State University; James H. Cowan Jr., Ph.D., Louisiana State University
8:40 AM
Distribution and abundance estimates for cetaceans in the waters off Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI)
Gregory L. Fulling, PhD, HDR|e2M; Phillip H. Thorson, PhD, ManTech, Inc.; Julie Rivers, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific; Carter Watterson, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Atlantic; Kerry Sawyer, NOAA/NMFS
9:00 AM
Comparison of two hydroacoustic technologies to evaluate migrating fish behavior at a large hydropower project
Cherylyn Tunnicliffe, Hydroacoustic Technology, Inc.; Steve Hemstrom, Chelan County Public Utility District No. 1; Kevin K. Kumagai, Hydroacoustic Technology, Inc.
9:20 AM
To sample or not to sample: An ongoing issue at the bonneville dam adult fish trap on the Columbia River
Jeffrey K. Fryer, PhD, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission; John M. Whiteaker, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
9:40 AM
Using a high-resolution acoustic camera (DIDSON) to estimate fish abundance and movement in a Lake Erie coastal wetland
Kurt P. Kowalski, PhD, U.S. Geological Survey; Michael J. Wiley, PhD, University of Michigan
10:00 AM
10:20 AM
The Atlantic cooperative telemetry network: A collaborative approach to telemetry data exchange in the eastern United States
Lori M. Brown, Delaware State University; Thomas F. Savoy, CT Department of Environmental Protection; John A. Manderson, NOAA Fisheries Service, Northeast Fisheries Science Center; Dewayne A. Fox, PhD, Delaware State University
10:40 AM
American shad sensitivity to split-beam hydroacoustic monitoring
Patrick J. Erbland, University of Maine; Gayle B. Zydlewski, PhD, University of Maine
Influence of time held in anaesthesia on stress and survival of surgically implanted juvenile salmonids (Withdrawn)
11:20 AM
11:40 AM
Establishing consistent fish sampling methods for biological assessments on inter-state great rivers: A case study on the Upper Mississippi River
Mark S. Pearson, USEPA/ORD/NHEERL/Mid-Continent Ecology Division; Andrew D. Bartels, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; J. Therese Dukerschein, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
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