Fisheries and Natural Resources 1

Wednesday, September 11, 2013: 1:00 PM-5:00 PM
Fulton (Statehouse Convention Center)
David P. Herzog
1:00 PM
Comparative Population Genetics of Bighead and Silver Carps: Invasion Fronts Approaching the Great Lakes
Carson Prichard, University of Toledo; Patrick Kocovsky, US Geological Survey; Carol A. Stepien, University of Toledo

1:20 PM
Characterizing a Hidden Fishery: Setline Angling In The New River, Virginia
Donald J. Orth, Virginia Tech; Ben Dickinson, Virginia Tech; Steve L. McMullin, Virginia Tech; John R. Copeland, VA Department of Game and Inland Fisheries

1:40 PM
The Effect Of Monoterpenes On Allochthonous Input In High Elevation Watersheds
Cody Rasmussen-Ivey, University of Montana; Laurie Marczak, University of Montana

2:00 PM
When The Best-Fit Model Is Not The Best: Selecting a Model From a Biological Point Of View
Xinxian Zhang, Alaska Department of Fish and Game; Suzanne Maxwell, Alaska Department of Fish and Game; April Faulkner, Alaska Department of Fish and Game

3:00 PM
Wednesday PM Break

3:20 PM
The Disappearing Dace: Can Clinch Dace (Chrosomus sp. cf. saylori) Survive In Virginia?
Shannon White, Virginia Tech; Donald J. Orth, Virginia Tech

Restoring The Vistas and Gems Of The Eastern Tallgrass Prairie & Big Rivers LCC (Withdrawn)
4:00 PM
Use Of Trawl CPUE Data To Forecast Black Crappie Fishery Strengths
Travis Tuten, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; Eric Nagid, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; Mike Allen, University of Florida

4:20 PM
The Development Of a Collaborative Telemetry Technique For Augmented Tracking Of Migratory Fishes In Large Navigable Water Ways
David P. Herzog, Missouri Department of Conservation; Quinton Phelps, Missouri Department of Conservation; Sara Tripp, Missouri Department of Conservation; Harry J. Brock, American Electric Power River Operations

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