Hatcheries and Management Of Aquatic Resources (HaMAR) - Part 3

Wednesday, September 11, 2013: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
Marriott Ballroom A (The Marriott Little Rock)
Part 3
Organizer:
Vincent Mudrak
Moderator:
Jesse Trushenski
 
W-BA-1
A Review of the Ecological Risks of Salmon and Steelhead Hatchery Programs and Some Management Strategies That Can Alleviate the Risks (Withdrawn)
8:40 AM
Genetic Management and Monitoring of Conservation Hatcheries: Part I
Kathleen Fisch, California Sea Grant Delta Science Program; Christine Kozfkay, Idaho Department of Fish and Game; Jamie Ivy, San Diego Zoo; Oliver Ryder, San Diego Zoo; Robin Waples, NOAA Fisheries / Northwest Fisheries Science Center

9:00 AM
Genetic Management and Monitoring of Conservation Hatcheries: Part II
Christine Kozfkay, Idaho Department of Fish and Game; Kathleen Fisch, UC Davis & Scripps Institution of Oceanography; Jamie Ivy, San Diego Zoo; Oliver Ryder, San Diego Zoo; Robin Waples, NOAA Fisheries / Northwest Fisheries Science Center

9:20 AM
Novel Uses of Genetics in the Stocking and Conservation of Black Bass in Florida
Joshua Sakmar, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; Richard Stout, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; Michael Matthews, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

9:40 AM
Growth and Mortality of Hatchery-Reared Striped Bass Stocked Into Non-Natal Systems
Jody L. Callihan, North Carolina State University; Charlton Godwin, North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries; Kevin Dockendorf, NC Wildlife Resource Commission; Jeffrey A. Buckel, North Carolina State University

10:00 AM
Wednesday AM Break


10:20 AM
10:40 AM
Florida's Fish and Wildlife Health Program and Marine Stock Enhancement
Theresa Tomas Cody, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

11:00 AM
Arkansas Certified Commercial Bait and Ornamental Fish Program: A Method to Negate Disease Impacts On Wild Fish
Anita Kelly, University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff; Nathan Stone, University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff

11:20 AM
Biosecurity and Hatchery Challenges to Achieve It!
Scott F. Stuewe, HDR Engineering; Thomas Johnson, HDR Engineering Inc.

11:40 AM
Issues and Trends in Public Fish Hatchery Improvement Projects
Thomas Johnson, HDR Engineering Inc.; Scott Stuewe, HDR Engineering Inc.

12:00 PM
Wednesday Lunch


1:00 PM
1:20 PM
Platte River State Fish Hatchery Effluent Management Improvements: 2009-2010
Ed Eisch, Michigan Department of Natural Resources

1:40 PM
The Dynamics of Social Values and Fish Culture
Christine M. Moffitt, University of Idaho

2:00 PM
Hatcheries Fish in Nets and Fish in Habitat
Becky Johnson, Nez Perce Tribe; Jay Hesse, Nez Perce Tribe

2:20 PM
Socioeconomic Dynamics and System-Level Evaluation of Enhancement Outcomes
Ed Camp, University of Florida; Kai Lorenzen, University of Florida, Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences

2:40 PM
Prioritizing Candidate Stocks for Recreational Fisheries Enhancement in Florida
Taryn Gainer, University of Florida; Kai Lorenzen, University of Florida, Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences; Christopher Monk, University of Florida; Kenneth Leber, Mote Marine Laboratory

3:00 PM
Wednesday PM Break


3:20 PM
Using Hatcheries to Answer Early Life History Questions: A Case Study of Channeled Whelk
Shelley Edmundson, University of New Hamshire; Elizabeth A. Fairchild, University of New Hampshire

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