33 Poster - Fish Ecology

Tuesday, May 19, 2009: 1:30 PM-4:30 PM
Ambassador Ballroom
Reproductive status and early life history of Lake Sturgeon in the Muskegon River
Matthew E. Altenritter, Annis Water Resources Institute, Grand Valley State University; Carl R. Ruetz III, Grand Valley State University Annis Water Resource Institute; Kregg M. Smith, Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Salmon spawning reduces benthic macroinvertebrate density and diversity in Great Lakes tributaries
Edward M. Kratschmer, University of Notre Dame; Timothy T. Spear, University of Notre Dame; David J. Janetski, University of Notre Dame; Dominic T. Chaloner, University of Notre Dame; Ashley H. Moerke, Lake Superior State University; Gary A. Lamberti, University of Notre Dame
An investigation of catchment characteristics as drivers of non-native salmonid invasion success in the western US
Patrick Della Croce, Montana State University; Geoffrey C. Poole, Montana State University; Colden V. Baxter, Idaho State University
The growth of a Great Lakes invasive fish species, the round goby, on four distinct naturally occurring prey types
William C. Webster, Central Michigan University; David P. Coulter, Central Michigan University; Brent A. Murry, Central Michigan University; Donald G. Uzarski, Central Michigan University
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