Genomic Tools for Fisheries Management and Conservation: Promises and Challenges, Part 2

Wednesday, August 20, 2014: 8:20 AM-3:10 PM
205A (Centre des congrès de Québec // Québec City Convention Centre)
8:20 AM
Selective Differentiation and Population Boundaries from RAD Sequencing Along a Microsatellite Isolation By Distance Gradient in Pacific Cod (Gadus macrocephalus)
Lorenz Hauser, University of Washington; Daniel Drinan, University of Washington; Kristen Gruenthal, University of Washington; Dayv Lowry, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife; Mike Canino, NOAA Fisheries

8:40 AM
Genomics As a Powerful Tool for Lobster Fishery
Laura Benestan, Université LAVAL

9:00 AM
Genomic Signatures of Adaptive Divergence Between Migratory and Non-Migratory Population Pairs of Oncorhynchus Nerka
Krista Nichols, NOAA, Northwest Fisheries Science Center; Shawn R. Narum, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission; Christine Kozfkay, Idaho Department of Fish and Game

9:20 AM
Genotype-By-Sequencing for Parentage Analysis and Population Structure of the Polyploid Lake Sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) in a Large Manitoba Watershed
Thierry Gosselin, Université Laval; Louis Bernatchez, Université Laval; Patrick Nelson, North/South Consultants Inc.

9:40 AM
Lake Erie Walleye Stock Discrimination Using Next-Generation RAD Sequencing
Kuan-Yu Chen, The Ohio State University; Elizabeth A. Marschall, The Ohio State University; Michael G. Sovic, The Ohio State University; H. Lisle Gibbs, The Ohio State University; Stuart A. Ludsin, The Ohio State University

10:00 AM
Wednesday Morning Break

10:30 AM
Lonely, but Strong; Management of the Remnants of a Historical Large-Grown Brown Trout Population
Kim Præbel, University of Tromsø; Vincent Bourret, Universite Laval; Jon-Ivar Westgaard, Institute of Marine Research; Øyvind Kanstad Hanssen, Ferskvannsbiologen

10:50 AM
Up and Running: Identifying and Using Run-Type Specific SNP Markers for California's Central Valley Chinook Salmon
Mariah Meek, University of California, Davis; Melinda Baerwald, University of California, Davis; Molly Stephens, University of California, Davis; Alisha Goodbla, University of California, Davis; Michael Miller, University of California, Davis; Katharine Tomalty, University of California, Davis; Bernie May, University of California, Davis

11:10 AM
Phylogenetic Relationships and Introgression Patterns in a Threatened Species: Conservation Genomics of California's Native Inland Rainbow Trout
Molly Stephens, University of California, Davis; Mariah Meek, University of California, Davis; Melinda Baerwald, University of California, Davis; Bernie May, University of California, Davis

11:30 AM
High Throughput Genomics Applied to Identify Cumulative Impacts of Environmental and Biological Stressors on Salmon
Kristi Miller, Fisheries and Oceans Canada; Scott G. Hinch, University of British Columbia; David A. Patterson, Fisheries and Oceans Canada; Brian Riddell, Pacific Salmon Foundation; Marc Trudel, Fisheries & Oceans Canada; Strahan Tucker, Fisheries and Oceans Canada; Amy Teffer, University of Victoria; Ken M. Jeffries, University of California, Davis

12:10 PM
Wednesday Lunch

1:30 PM
Hybridization Dynamics Between a Wild Atlantic Salmon Population and Aquaculture Escapees
Victoria L. Pritchard, University of Turku; Craig Primmer, University of Turku; Matthew P. Kent, Centre for Integrative Genetics (CIGENE); Sigbjorn Lien, Centre for Integrative Genetics (CIGENE); Eero Niemelä, Finnish Game & Fisheries Research Institute; Jaakko Erkinaro, Finnish Game & Fisheries Research Institute; Panu Orell, Finnish Game & Fisheries Research Institute

1:50 PM
Integrative Molecular and Ecological Approaches to Quantify Dynamics of Microbial Community Assembly: Applications in Aquaculture and Fish Ecology
Kim T. Scribner, Michigan State University; Terence Marsh, Michigan State University; Masa Fujimoto, Michigan State University

2:10 PM
Life History, Biogeography, and Functional Parallelism in the Wild Salmo salar Intestinal Microbiome
Martin Llewellyn, Universite Laval; Philip McGinnity, University College Cork; Justine Letourneau, IBIS, Universite de Laval, Quebec; Simon Creer, MEFGL, Bangor University, UK; Gary Carvalho, MEFGL, Bangor University, UK; Melanie Dionne, Ministère des Ressources Naturelles, Gouvernement du Québec; Nicolas Derome, Université Laval

2:30 PM
Phenotypic, Ecological and Genomic Divergence of the Planktivorous and Piscivorous Lake Trout (Salvelinus namaycush) Ecotypes in Quebec, Canada
Simon Bernatchez, Institut de Biologie Intégrative et des Systèmes (IBIS), Université Laval; Charles Perrier, Institut de Biologie Intégrative et des Systèmes (IBIS), Université Laval; Martin Laporte, Institut de Biologie Intégrative et des Systèmes (IBIS), Université Laval; Martin Arvisais, Ministère du Développement durable, de l'Environnement, de la Faune et des Parcs; Pascal Sirois, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC), Chaire de recherche sur les espèces aquatiques exploitées; Louis Bernatchez, Université Laval

2:50 PM
Heterogeneity in Genomic Outcomes of Hybridization Among River Drainages and Species Pairs Calls for Tailored Management Strategies
Liz Mandeville, University of Wyoming; Thomas Parchman, University of Nevada - Reno; C. Alex Buerkle, University of Wyoming

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