Fisheries and Natural Resources 6

Thursday, September 12, 2013: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Izard (Statehouse Convention Center)
Matthew J. Catalano
8:00 AM
Evaluating Coverage Bias On Internet-Based Angler Surveys
Kjetil Henderson, South Dakota State University; Larry M. Gigliotti, United States Geological Survey

8:20 AM
Using Acoustic Telemetry To Assess Post-Release Mortality and Fine-Scale Coastal Movements Of Sand Tiger Sharks
James Kilfoil, Delaware State University; Dewayne A. Fox, Delaware State University; Bradley M. Wetherbee, University of Rhode Island; John K. Carlson, NOAA Fisheries Service

8:40 AM
The Ecology Of Atlantic Cod Intrapopulation Diversity In The Gulf Of Maine
Christian W. Conroy, Northeastern University; Jonathan H. Grabowski, Northeastern University; Graham D. Sherwood, Gulf of Maine Research Institute

9:00 AM
Age and Growth Of The Southern Kingfish, Menticirrhus Americanus, In The North-Central Gulf of Mexico
Samuel D. Clardy, Gulf Coast Research Laboratory; Mark S. Peterson, University of Southern Mississippi; Robert T. Leaf, University of Southern Mississippi; Nancy J. Brown-Peterson, University of Southern Mississippi

9:20 AM
Decline In Salmonid Thiamine After An Alewife Invasion In Lake Champlain
Bret Ladago, University of Vermont; J. Ellen Marsden, University of Vermont; Jacques Rinchard, The College of Brockport, State University of New York; Dale C. Honeyfield, U.S. Geological Survey; Stephen C. Riley, USGS Great Lakes Science Center

9:40 AM
Evaluation Of Internal and External Injuries Caused By Barotrauma In Brazilian Fishes After Passage Through Hydropower Turbines
Bernardo V. Beirão, Federal University of São João del-Rei; Luiz G. M. Silva, Federal University of Sao Joao del-Rei

10:00 AM
Thursday AM Break

10:20 AM
What Drives The Recruitment Of One Of The World's Most Invasive Fish: An Analysis Of Common Carp Recruitment Across Three States and Eight Ecoregions
Przemyslaw G. Bajer, University of Minnesota; Timothy Cross, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources; Michael J. Weber, Iowa State University; Christopher J. Chizinski, University of Nebraska; Peter W. Sorensen, University of Minnesota

10:40 AM
Improved Removal-Based Abundance Estimates By Accounting For Fish Behavior
Brett T. van Poorten, British Columbia Ministry of Environment; Carl Walters, University of British Columbia

11:00 AM
Considering The Future Of Gulf of Mexico Sturgeon Management In The Apalachicola and Suwannee Rivers
Zachary A. Siders, University of Florida; Ryan Freedman, California State University Long Beach; Peter Kuriyama, University of Washington; Diana Li, Stanford University; Emily Olson, University of Florida; Grant Scholten, Tennessee Technological University; Megan Strachura, University of Washington; Brian Stock, University of California San Diego

Fisher Behavior and Occupational Change In The Small Scale Fisheries Of The Galápagos Marine Reserve (Withdrawn)
11:40 AM
A Novel Approach For Identifying Concentration Areas Of Reproductively Mature Atlantic Sturgeon and Assessing The Impacts Of Targeted Anchored Gillnetting
Amy M. Comer, Delaware State University; Amanda Higgs, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation; John A. Madsen, University of Delaware; Dewayne A. Fox, Delaware State University

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