32 Freshwater Ecology II

Wednesday, September 15, 2010: 8:40 AM-12:00 PM
305 (Convention Center)
Daniel J. Dembkowski
Abundance, distribution, production, and consumption of mysis diluviana in Lake Huron (Withdrawn)
8:40 AM
Fish species richness in floodplain lakes of the Mississippi Alluvial Valley
Daniel J. Dembkowski, Mississippi State University; L.E. Miranda, PhD, Mississippi State University
Predation refuge mediates multiple predator effects on a non-native fish (Withdrawn)
9:00 AM
Effect of dietary fatty acids and ration size on alewife growth and condition score
Randal J. Snyder, PhD, SUNY College at Buffalo; Todd B. Duval, SUNY College at Buffalo; Dale C. Honeyfield, PhD, U.S. Geological Survey
9:20 AM
Linking movement dynamics to ecosystem structure: Suckers as ecosystem engineers
Michael Thomas Booth, Cornell University; Alexander S. Flecker, Cornell University; Nelson G. Jr. Hairston, Cornell University
9:40 AM
Movements and habitat use of bowfin in Oneida Lake, New York
James R. Jackson, Cornell Biological Field Station, Cornell University; Alexander W. Latzka, Cornell Biological Field Station; Tomomi Takada, Cornell Biological Field Station; Scott D. Krueger, Cornell Biological Field Station; Amy R. McCune, Cornell University
10:00 AM
10:20 AM
Testing the influence of asymmetrical competition on the survival and growth of age-0 largemouth bass
Aloah J. Pope, University of Illinois; David H. Wahl, PhD, University of Illinois
10:40 AM
Characterizing the effect of a spatial temperature gradient on food web structure in the Bay of Quinte-Lake Ontario ecosystem
Jaclyn M. Brush, University of Windsor; Timothy, B. Johnson, PhD, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources; Aaron T. Fisk, University of Windsor
11:00 AM
Homing patterns of steelhead trout in Lake Erie: Evidence for within-stream stock partitioning
Christopher T. Boehler, Bowling Green State University; Jeffrey G. Miner, PhD, Bowling Green State University; John R. Farver, PhD, Bowling Green State University
11:20 AM
Freshwater mussel distributions and habitat relationships in the navigational pools of the Allegheny River, Pennsylvania
Tamara A. Smith, Western Pennsylvania Conservancy; Elizabeth S. Meyer, Western Pennsylvania Conservancy
11:40 AM
Modeling dolly varden habitat in the western Arctic, Canada in support of ecosystem based management (O-CCFFR)
Haitham K. Ghamry, PhD, PEng, Freshwater Institute; Neil J. Mochnacz, Freshwater Institute; Eva Enders, PhD, Freshwater Institute; J.D. Reist, Freshwater Institute
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