Salmonids Session II (Contributed Papers)

Thursday, August 25, 2016: 8:00 AM-4:20 PM
Empire C (Sheraton at Crown Center)
8:00 AM
Genetic Assessment and Effects of Stocking on Wild Brook Trout Populations in South Carolina Kasey Pregler, Clemson University; Yoichiro Kanno, Clemson University; Dan Rankin, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources; Jason A. Coombs, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Andrew R. Whiteley, University of Massachusetts Amherst
8:20 AM
Survival of Brook and Brown Trout through the Spawning Season in a North Central Pennsylvania Watershed John A. Sweka, US Fish and Wildlife Service; Lori Davis, US Fish and Wildlife Service; Tyler Wagner, U.S. Geological Survey, Pennsylvania Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit
8:40 AM
Efficacy of Environmental DNA to Detect and Quantify Brook Trout Salvelinus Fontinalis, Populations in Streams of the Adirondack Mountains, New York Barry P. Baldigo, U.S. Geological Survey; Lee Ann Sporn, Paul Smith's College; Scott George, U.S. Geological Survey; Jacob Ball, National Marine Fisheries Service
9:00 AM
The Influence of Thermal Variability on Brook Trout Distribution in Boreal Streams Robert W. Mackereth, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry; Darren J. McCormick, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry; Lisa Schaubel, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
9:20 AM
Thursday Morning Break
9:40 AM
Translating Disturbance into Biological Effects: A Case Study in Appalachian Headwater Brook Trout Populations Ross Andrew, West Virginia University; K.J. Hartman, West Virginia University
10:00 AM
Behavior and Survival of Stocked Trout in Southern Appalachian Mountain Streams Thomas J. Kwak, U.S. Geological Survey; H. Jared Flowers, North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit; Jesse R. Fischer, North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit; W. Gregory Cope, Department of Applied Ecology; Jacob M. Rash, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission; Douglas A. Besler, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission
10:20 AM
Brook Trout Passage Performance through Culverts: The Importance of Motivation Elsa Goerig, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique; Theodore Castro-Santos, U.S. Geological Survey
10:40 AM
What Drives the Abundance of Littoral and Pelagic Brook Charr in Canadian Shield Lakes? Vincent Rainville, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres, 3351 Boul. des Forges, CP 500/ Canada Research Chair in Fresh Water Ecology; Marc Pepino, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres, 3351 Boul. des Forges, CP 500/ Canada Research Chair in Fresh Water Ecology; Pierre Magnan, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres, 3351 Boul. des Forges, CP 500/ Canada Research Chair in Fresh Water Ecology
11:00 AM
Development and Simulated Use of a YY Male Brook Trout Broodstock for Potential Eradication of Undesired Brook Trout Populations Daniel J. Schill, Idaho Department of Fish and Game; Jeff Heindel, McMillen Jacobs Associates; Matthew R. Campbell, Idaho Department of Fish and Game; Kevin A. Meyer, Idaho Department of Fish and Game; Michael Hansen, United States Geological Survey
11:20 AM
Evaluating the Post-Stocking Survival and Reproductive Success of YY Male Brook Trout Patrick Kennedy, Idaho Department of Fish and Game; Kevin A. Meyer, Idaho Department of Fish and Game; Daniel J. Schill, Idaho Department of Fish and Game; Matthew R. Campbell, Idaho Department of Fish and Game
11:40 AM
Thursday Lunch Break
1:00 PM
Spatiotemporal Patterns in Trophic Niche Overlap Among Five Lake Michigan Salmonine Species: Inference from Stable Isotope Ratios Matthew S. Kornis, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; David B. Bunnell, USGS Great Lakes Science Center; Heidi K. Swanson, University of Waterloo; Charles R. Bronte, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
1:20 PM
Highly Variable and Elevated Straying Rates of Steelhead Trout from Lake Erie Tributaries Richard R. Budnik, Bowling Green State University; Christopher T. Boehler, Kent State University; Jamie N. Justice, Bowling Green State University; Jeffrey G. Miner, Bowling Green State University; John R. Farver, Bowling Green State University; Brian J. Fryer, University of Windsor; Joel E. Gagnon, University of Windsor
1:40 PM
Genetic Heritage of Naturally Produced Lake Trout in Lake Michigan Keith Turnquist, University of Wisconsin Stevens Point; Brian L. Sloss, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point; Charles Bronte, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Dale Hanson, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Wendylee Stott, USGS-Great Lakes Science Center
2:00 PM
Relatedness on the Landscape: Do Juvenile Steelhead Trout Establish Territories Near Their Siblings? Marissa Jones, University of Washington; Tom Quinn, University of Washington; Jim Seeb, University of Washington; Lisa W. Seeb, University of Washington; Kenneth I. Warheit, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
2:20 PM
Lake Trout Spawning Habitat Selection in the Drummond Island Refuge: Paradigm or Paradox? Steven A. Farha, USGS - Great Lakes Science Center; Thomas Binder, Michigan State University, Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability; John A. Janssen, Great Lakes Water Institute, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; Stephen C. Riley, USGS - Great Lakes Science Center; J. Ellen Marsden, University of Vermont; Michael Hansen, USGS - Great Lakes Science Center; Charles R. Bronte, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Charles Krueger, Michigan State University, Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability
2:40 PM
Reproductive Stage Impacts Interrenal Tissue Function in Rainbow Trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss Scott Lankford, University of Central Missouri; Saherah Alyahya, University of Central Missouri; Jessica Gomez, University of Central Missouri; Matthew Caviness, University of Central Missouri
3:00 PM
Thursday Afternoon Break
3:20 PM
The Fate of Stocked Trout in Arizona Streams Ryan Mann, Arizona Game and Fish Department; William Stewart, Arizona Game and Fish Department; Ryan Follmuth, Arizona Game and Fish Department
3:40 PM
Impacts of Northern Pike Predation on a Stocked Rainbow Trout Fishery Natalie Scheibel, South Dakota State University; Steven R. Chipps, U. S. Geological Survey, South Dakota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit; Dan Dembkowski, University of Wisconsin Stevens Point; Jacob Davis, South Dakota
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