38th Annual Larval Fish Conference, Part 10*

Thursday, August 21, 2014: 8:20 AM-12:10 PM
200B (Centre des congrès de Québec // Québec City Convention Centre)
8:20 AM
The Known Knowns, the Known Unknowns, and Beyond: Early Life History Perspective for the Laurentian Great Lakes
Stephen Hensler, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; David J. Jude, University of Michigan; Joel Hoffman, US EPA

8:40 AM
Reproductive Life-History Strategies in Lake Whitefish from the Laurentian Great Lakes
Andrew M. Muir, Great Lakes Fishery Commission; Michael T. Arts, Ryerson University; Marten Koops, Fisheries and Oceans Canada; Timothy B. Johnson, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources; Charles C. Krueger, Michigan State University; Trent M. Sutton, University of Alaska Fairbanks

9:00 AM
Turbid River Plumes Benefit Fish Recruitment through Reduced Larval Predation: A Novel Molecular Genetic Approach
Daniel Heath, University of Windsor; Lucia Carreon-Martinez, University of Windsor; Kyle Wellband, University of Windsor; Kevin Pangle, Central Michigan University; Stuart A. Ludsin, The Ohio State University; Timothy B. Johnson, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

9:20 AM
Effects of Thermal Incubation Regimes on Larval Lake Sturgeon Development and Behavior
Kari Dammerman, Michigan State University; Juan Steibel, Michigan State University; Kim Scribner, Michigan State University

9:40 AM
Innate and Learned Preferences for Natural Stream Vs. Ground Water; Implications for Hatchery Practices and Natal Imprinting in Salmonids
David L. G. Noakes, Oregon State University; Andrew Dittman, NOAA Fisheries; Ryan B. Couture, Oregon Hatchery Research Center/ Oregon State University; Joseph O'Neil, Oregon Hatchery Research Center

10:00 AM
Thursday Morning Break

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