2016 OTN Symposium presentations


The following are presentations delivered by OTN Canada members at the 2016 Symposium. Each presentation has made available with the permission of the presenter and represents an overview of all aspects of the project, not just those of the presenter, for the 2015-2016 year.

OTN/MEOPAR/DFO Glider Operations in Canadian Waters
(R. Davis; OTN Project 4.2)

Migration Strategies and survival of post-spawning Atlantic salmon of the Bras d’Or Lakes
(X. Bordeleau; OTN Project 4.4)

Oceanic migration of the threatened American eel to spawning grounds in the Sargasso Sea
(M. Béguer-Pon; OTN Project 4.5)

Atlantic sturgeon movement, behaviour and habitat use
(L. Logan-Chesney; OTN Project 4.6)

Grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) as bioprobes: predicting impacts on their ecosystems
(B. Nowak; OTN Project 4.7)

Moving forward: Advances in modeling and visualizing movement data
(K. Whoriskey; OTN Project 4.8)

Fish and marine mammal interactions in the high Arctic
(S. Ivanova; OTN project 4.10)

Juvenile salmon smolt migrations through the Salish Sea: routes and survival of sockeye and steelhead
(S. Healy; OTN Project 4.12)

To share or not to share: Perspectives from fish telemetry researchers on data sharing
(V. Nguyen; OTN Project 4.16)


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