Dam Impacts on Fishery Resources, Part 2

Tuesday, August 19, 2014: 8:20 AM-5:20 PM
202 (Centre des congrès de Québec // Québec City Convention Centre)
8:40 AM
Impacts of Flow Regulation on Mediterranean Freshwater Fishes: Ecological and Biological Deviations in Permanent and Temporary River Systems
Teresa Ferreira, Agronomy Institute, University of Lisbon; Carlos Alexandre, Centre for Oceanography; Pedro R. Almeida, University of Evora

9:00 AM
Influences of Low-Head Dams on Fish Assemblages in the Headwater Streams of the Qingyi River, China
Yuzhi Yan, College of Life Sciences, Anhui Normal University; Ren Zhu, College of Life Sciences, Anhui Normal University; Ling Chu, College of Life Sciences, Anhui Normal University; Yifeng Chen, Institute of Hydrobiology, CAS

9:40 AM
Nutrient and seston transport dynamics along a series of tropical dams
Zarul Hazrin Hashim, Universiti Sains Malaysia; Donald C. Jackson, Mississippi State University; Shahrul Anuar Mohd Sah, Universiti Sains Malaysia; Mashhor Mansor, Universiti Sains Malaysia

10:00 AM
Tuesday Morning Break

10:30 AM
Developing an Assessment System Aiming at River Ecosystem Protection in the Laohegou Stream, an Upstream Tributary of the Yangtze River
Xiaoyun Sui, Institute of Hydrobiology, CAS; Yifeng Chen, Institute of Hydrobiology, CAS

10:50 AM
Assessing the Effect of Flow Regimes on Fish Density
Guillaume Guénard, Université de Montréal; Gabriel Lanthier, Université de Montréal; Simonne Harvey-Lavoie, Université de Montréal; Camille MacNaughton, Université de Montréal; Caroline Senay, Université de Montréal; Daniel Boisclair, Université de Montréal - NSERC Hydronet

11:10 AM
Remnant Log Drive Dams: A Legacy of Hydraulic Checks
Steven Koenig, Project SHARE; Scott Craig, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

11:30 AM
Development of a General Conservation Plan to Facilitate Small Dam Removals in an ESA Species Recovery Context in Maine
David Bean, National Marine Fisheries Service; Brandon H. Kulik, Kleinschmidt Associates

12:10 PM
Tuesday Lunch

1:30 PM
Roller Mill Dam Story and the Results of Five Years of Monitoring Since Dam Failure on the Middle Bark River Southeastern Wisconsin
Robert Anderson, Wisconsin Lutheran College; Benjamin Heussner, Wisconsin DNR; Thomas Slawski, Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission; Jon Jossart, University of the Virgin Islands

1:50 PM
The Dam Removal in the Sélune River (Lower-Normandy, France): A Long-Term Restoration Program at the Watershed Scale
Guillaume Forget, INRA; Alain Crave, CNRS; Ivan Bernez, INRA; Agnès Bardonnet, INRA; Marie-Anne Germaine, CNRS; Jean-Luc Baglinière, INRA

2:10 PM
Expecting the Unexpected: Combined Effects of Dam Removal and Re-Allocation of Hydropower on Atlantic Salmon Smolt Migrations
Daniel S. Stich, University of Maine; Michael M. Bailey, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Joseph Zydlewski, U.S. Geological Survey, Maine Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

2:30 PM
Ecological and Physical Habitat Responses to Removal of a Hydroelectric Dam on the Sandy River, Maine, Based on Monitoring Data
Brandon H. Kulik, Kleinschmidt Associates; Chris Yoder, Midwest Biodiversity Institute

2:50 PM
The Importance of Dams to Sea Lamprey Control in the Great Lakes
Michael J. Siefkes, Great Lakes Fishery Commission; Dale P. Burkett, Great Lakes Fishery Commission; Robert L. McLaughlin, University of Guelph

3:10 PM
Tuesday Afternoon Break

3:40 PM
Beyond Anadromy: Ecological Influences of Dams and Their Removal on Resident Fish and Benthic Macroinvertebrates
William Harbold, Maryland Department of Natural Resources; Patrick Graves, Maryland Department of Natural Resources; Scott Stranko, Maryland Department of Natural Resources; Ron Klauda, Maryland Department of Natural Resources; Jay Kilian, Maryland Department of Natural Resources

4:40 PM
Prioritizing Barrier Removals to Restore Native Fish Migrations in Great Lakes Tributaries
Thomas Neeson, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Margaret Guyette, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Stephanie R. Januchowski-Hartley, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Matthew Diebel, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; Patrick J. Doran, The Nature Conservancy; Michael Ferris, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Jesse O'Hanley, University of Kent; Peter B. McIntyre, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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