Contributed Papers - Fish Ecology

Wednesday, August 20, 2014: 10:30 AM-3:10 PM
202 (Centre des congrès de Québec // Québec City Convention Centre)
Paul Rudershausen
Paul Rudershausen

10:30 AM
Comparison of Fish and Invertebrate Assemblages Among Variably Altered Tidal Creeks in a Coastal Landscape
Paul Rudershausen, North Carolina State University; Marissa Dueker, North Carolina State University; Jeffrey A. Buckel, North Carolina State University

10:50 AM
Environmental Assessment of Brazilian Cerrado Hydropower Watersheds: Local Investments for Global Biodiversity Conservation
Marcos Callisto, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; João Lopes, CEMIG Geração e Transmissão; Carlos Alves, Projeto Manuelzão; Paulo Pompeu, Universidade Federal de Lavras; Gilmar Santos, Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Minas Gerais; Robert Hughes, Amnis Opes Institute and Department of Fisheries & Wildlife; Philip Kaufmann, United States Environmental Protection Agency

11:10 AM
Influence of Phylogenetic Community Structure on Introduced Fishes in the Southeast United States
Matthew Neilson, Cherokee Nation Technology Solutions; Pam Fuller, U.S. Geological Survey

11:30 AM
Dietary Overlap Between Non-Native Pike Killifish and Juvenile Snook in Tampa Bay, FL
Geoffrey H. Smith Jr., University of Florida; Debra J. Murie, University of Florida

11:50 AM
Increases in Colored Terrestrial Dissolved Organic Carbon (t-DOC) Concentrations Reduce Panfish Fecundity in a Cross Lake Survey
Nicola Craig, McGill University; Stuart Jones, University of Notre Dame; Brian Weidel, United States Geological Survey; Christopher Solomon, McGill University

12:10 PM
Wednesday Lunch

1:30 PM
Activity Patterns of Three Piscivorous Fish Species in a Reservoir Studied By the VEMCO Positioning System
Romain ROY, EDF R&D; Samuel Westrelin, Irstea; Laurence Tissot, EDF R&D; Eric De Oliveira, EDF R&D; Christine Argillier, Irstea

1:50 PM
Use of Acoustic Telemetry to Assess the Behavioral Response of Fish to Anthropogenic Activities – Case Studies
Stephanie Watwood, Naval Undersea Warfare Center; Joseph Iafrate, Naval Undersea Warfare Center; Eric Reyier, NASA/ Inomedic Health Applications

2:10 PM
Bowfin Acoustic Telemetry: Insight into the Behaviour of a Living Fossil
Jonathan Midwood, Carleton University; Maxime Veilleux, Carleton University; Andrew Rous, Carleton University; Rick Portiss, Toronto Region Conservation Authority; Susan Doka, Fisheries and Oceans Canada; Mathew Wells, University of Toronto at Scarborough; Steven J. Cooke, Carleton University

2:30 PM
Decoupling the Effects of Year Class Strength on Density Dependent Growth
Bryan Matthias, University of Florida; Robert Ahrens, University of Florida; Mike Allen, University of Florida; Travis Tuten, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission; Zach Siders, University of Florida; Kyle Wilson, University of Calgary

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