54 Freshwater Ecology IV

Thursday, September 16, 2010: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
305 (Convention Center)
J. Todd Petty, Ph.D.
8:00 AM
Life history comparison of three species in the Etheostoma maculatum species group
Crystal L. Ruble, West Virginia University - Conservation Fisheries, Inc.; Stuart A. Welsh, PhD, U.S. Geological Survey
8:20 AM
Spawning by native fish species at two constructed spawning grounds in the Detroit River
Gregory W. Kennedy, US Geological Survey; Edward F. Roseman, Ph.D., US Geological Survey; Bruce A. Manny, PhD, US Geological Survey
8:40 AM
Examining the effects of hypoxia on Lake Erie yellow perch: Experimentation in molecular and behavioral methods
Betsy L. Bodamer, University of Toledo; Thomas B. Bridgeman, PhD, University of Toledo; Randall J. Ruch, PhD, MPH, University of Toledo - Health Science Campus
9:00 AM
Effects of prey behavior and woody habitat complexity on foraging of two freshwater piscivores
Corey S. DeBoom, University of Illinois; David H. Wahl, PhD, University of Illinois
9:20 AM
Suitability of reservoirs for hybrid striped bass: Insights from an experimental evaluation of temperature and dissolved oxygen effects on consumption, growth, and condition
Emily A. Burbacher, Aquatic Ecology Laboratory - The Ohio State University; Stuart A. Ludsin, Aquatic Ecology Laboratory - The Ohio State University; Konrad Dabrowski, The Ohio State University
9:40 AM
Testing the flood pulse concept: The importance of floodplain inundation on fish and invertebrates of a Great Plains river
Joseph E. Gerken, Kansas State University; Craig P. Paukert, Kansas State University
10:00 AM
10:20 AM
Assessing spawning habitat and natural recruitment in Green Bay muskellunge
Kyle D. Battige, University of Michigan; David C. Rowe, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; James S. Diana, PhD, University of MIchigan School of Natural Resources and Environment
10:40 AM
Movement patterns and environmental influences of two cyprinids in an intermittent reach of an Ozark stream
Richard H. Walker Jr., University of Central Arkansas; Ginny B. Adams, PhD, University of Central Arkansas; S. Reid Adams, PhD, University of Central Arkansas
11:00 AM
Combining mark-recapture and telemetry to understand American eel population dynamics
Marissa Brady, Delaware State University; Paul Conn, PhD, NOAA National Marine Mammal Lab; Larissa Bailey, PhD, Colorado State University; Kyle Shertzer, PhD, NOAA Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research; Dewayne A. Fox, PhD, Delaware State University
11:20 AM
Forecasting fish response to levee repair features of the Sacramento River bank protection project
Brian M. Mulvey, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; David L. Smith, PhD, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center; Robert Abbott, PhD, Environ; Michael L. Dietl, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
11:40 AM
Evaluating influence of anthropogenic structures on migratory and resident fishes using fine-scale acoustic tracking
Mark T. Celedonia, MES, FP-C, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Roger A. Tabor, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Scott Sanders, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Dan Lantz, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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