3rd ICFT Speaker Presentations

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Updated: August 13

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Aaron Spares (Dalhousie University, Canada)
Arctic charr, Salvelinus alpinus, movements relative to major estuaries

Altan Lök (Ege University Faculty of Fisheries, Turkey)
Movements of Pomatamus saltatrix in artificial reef area: preliminary results

Ann Marie Gorman (Fairport Fish Station, USA)
Vertical Movement of Lake Erie Walleye: Ecological and Management Implications

Frédérique Bau (Irstea, France)
frederique.bau@irstea.fr
Migration on the fragmented Dronne River Alas silver eels don’t fly like drones!

Chris Holbrook (U. S. Geological Survey)
Plan for the worst and hope for the best: Using Pilot Data and Simulation to Design Telemetry Data

Corey Wright (Blue Leaf Environmental, USA)
cwright@blueleafenviro.com
Rocky Reach Reservoir White Sturgeon Supplementation: Telemetry and Management

Damian Lidgard (Dalhousie University, Canada)
Using acoustics to elucidate the nature of marine predator-prey interactions

Darryl Hondorp (U.S. Geological Survey-Great Lakes Science Center, USA)
Lake sturgeon use of natural and navigational channels in a large river system

David Villegas Ríos (Institute of Marine Research, Norway)
Personality and behavioural syndromes of wild cod determined by telemetry

David Welch (Kintama Research Services Ltd, Canada)
Testing Aquaculture Impacts on Wild Salmon Using Double-Blind Telemetry Studies

Ellen Marsden (University of Vermont, USA)
Use of Acoustic Telemetry to Evaluate Lake Trout Use of Constructed Reefs

Enrico Gennari (Oceans Research, South Africa)
Movement-based Behavioural Modelling of White Shark Active Telemetry Data

Eric Warner (Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, USA)
Use of Ultrasonic and Radio Telemetry as an Independent Assessment of Sockeye Spawner Abundance Estimation

Erin Rechisky (Kintama Research Services Ltd, Canada)
Testing delayed mortality of Snake River Chinook Salmon in the coastal ocean

Hiroshi Ueda (Hokkaido University, Japan)
hueda@fsc.hokudai.ac.jp
Large and small scale Pacific salmon homing behavior using the PIT tag system

Jan Reubens (Flanders Marine Institute, Belgium)
jan.reuben@uGent.be
Belgian Animal Telemetry Network: setup, collaboration and a case-study on cod

John Bolland (University of Hull, UK)
j.bolland@hull.ac.uk
Movement of brown trout in and between headwater tributaries and reservoirs

John Kocik (NOAA, USA)
Using Telemetry to Understand Gulf of Maine Atlantic Salmon Marine Ecology

Jon Carr (Atlantic Salmon Federation, Canada)
Bayesian modeling of salmon smolt inter-stage survival from eastern Canada

Josep Alós (Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Germany)
Home range size declines with increasing conspecific density in a sedentary fish

Julie Claussen (Fisheries Conservation Foundation)
The Bhutan Telemetry Project: Tracking Golden Mahaseer in the Manas Watershed

Karen Murchie (College of The Bahamas, The Bahamas)
Adult bonefish movement corridors and spawning locations around Grand Bahama

Kim Whoriskey (Dalhousie University, Canada)
Template Model Builder for fitting switching state- space models to animal tracks

Kyoko Ohashi (Dalhousie University, Canada)
kyoko.ohashi@dal.ca
Simulation of Atlantic salmon post-smolt movement in the Gulf of St. Lawrence

Marie Auger-Méthé (Dalhousie University, Canada)
Tackling the challenges of fitting movement models to marine telemetry data

Matthew Faust (Ohio Department of Natural Resources, USA)
Environmental cues to walleye spawning movements in two Great Lakes tributaries

Natalie Sopinka (University of British Columbia, Canada)
natsopinka@gmail.com
Using sight and sound to make sense of science communication

Nathan Furey (University of British Columbia, Canada)
n.b.furey@gmail.com
Routes influence early marine survival of juvenile Pacific salmon

Pedro Afonso (IMAR-University of the Azores, Portugal)
afonso@UAC.pt
Tracking in to the deep III: multi-scale telemetry reveals ontogenic migrations, diel vertical feeding displacements and adult spawning aggregations of a seamount fish

Pieterjan Verhelst (Ghent University, Belgium)
pieterjan.verhelst@ugent.be
The importance of estuarine and coastal areas for fish migration

Rhett Bennett (Institute for Aquatic Biodiversity, South Africa)
Management considerations for estuarine fishery species, from acoustic telemetry

Roger Rulifson (East Carolina University, USA)
Defining Ocean Migratory Corridors and Critical Habitats off North Carolina

Sara Iverson (Ocean Tracking Network, Canada)
sara.iverson@dal.ca
The potential of networking to transform aquatic animal telemetry science

Scott Hinch (University of British Columbia, Canada)
Fitness consequences in adult Pacific salmon of passage through turbulent flows

Stephanie Watwood (Naval Undersea Warfare Center, USA)
Habitat Preferences and Migration Patterns of Federally-managed Fish Species

Taryn Murray (Rhodes University, South Africa)
The wanderings of juvenile leervis Lichia amia, an estuarine-dependent piscivore

Todd Hayden (Michigan State University, USA)
Post-surgery behavior of walleye in Lake Huron: Evidence of a tagging effect?

 

 

 

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