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CCFFR/SCL 2018 - Making a difference to Canada's aquatic resources
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This page explores number of participants (#talks) given 4-7 concurrent sessions (Rooms) of 20-min talks
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Rooms
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#TalkRoomSaskatchewanAlbertaYukonBCTurner Valley
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Thursday, 4 January 2018
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16:00-20:00Registration - North Foyer
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20:00-00:00Welcome Social: Craft Beer Market (10013 101A Ave; 100 m away from Westin)
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Friday, 5 January 2018
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8:00-10:00Registration - North Foyer
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8:50Opening Remarks
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9:00Dignatary Introductions
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9:15J.C. Stevenson Memorial Lecture: Nigel Hussey
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9:55F.H. Rigler Memorial Award Lecture: Anthony Ricciardi - PROGRESS TOWARD PREDICTING THE IMPACTS OF NON-NATIVE SPECIES ON FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS
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10:35Break
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11:00Robert Peters Award Lecture: Matthew Guzzo
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11:30Brenda Parlee & Kevin Ahkimnachie - CHANGES IN FISHING LIVELIHOODS IN NORTHERN ALBERTA: OPPORTUNITIES FOR LINKING LOCAL AND TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE TO FISHERIES RESEARCH, MONITORING AND GOVERNANCE
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12:0012:00 - 13:20 Lunch (on your own)CARS-AFS General Meeting / Réunion de la SRAC-AFS
(and presentation from the Mid-Canada Chapter) - Turner Valley
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SS8 Recreational fisheries management and science: balancing conservation with angler preference (Moderator - Brett van Poorten)SS14 - Indigenous resource management (Moderator - Tracy Howlett)SS10 - Impact of climate change on aquatic ecosystems (Moderator Joshua Thienpont)SS2 - Improving the science and management of instream flows: moving beyond traditional approaches (Moderator Jordan Rosenfeld)GS15 - General contributed papers (Moderator Paul Harper)
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113:20SS8. - COMMUNICATING FISHERIES SCIENCE TO STAKEHOLDERS AND POLICY MAKERS: A CHALLENGE FOR THE FUTURE OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT. - McMullinSS14 - LILLOOET RIVER SALMON STOCK ASSESSMENT - BruceSS10 - OVERWINTER GROWTH AND CONDITION OF JUVENILE ATLANTIC COD (GADUS MORHUA) IN SUBARCTIC COASTAL NEWFOUNDLAND - GeissingerSS2. - IMPROVING THE SCIENCE UNDERPINNING FLOW RECOMMENDATIONS: MOVING BEYOND TRADITIONAL APPROACHES - RosenfeldGS15 - AGRICULTURAL DUGOUTS AS SOURCES OR SINKS FOR GREENHOUSE GASES: A SPATIAL ASSESSMENT IN SOUTHERN SASKATCHEWAN - Webb
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213:40SS8. - ALBERTA CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION: A CASE STUDY OF AN ALTERNATIVE MODEL FOR FISHERIES CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT ACTIVITIES - AkuSS14 - COMBINING INUIT FISHERS KNOWLEDGE AND EMPIRICAL DATA IN THE ASSESSMENT OF EMERGING FISHERIES FOR ARCTIC CHARR IN NUNAVUT - RouxSS10 - CHARACTERIZING DIET AND GROWTH OF A MARINE FISH INVADING THE GULF OF ST. LAWRENCE - ZhuSS2. - WATERSHED STRUCTURE, INTROGRESSION AND LIFE-STAGE DISPERSAL DRIVES GENETIC STRUCTURE OF A THREATENED AND DISPERSAL LIMITED SPECIES, THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN SCULPIN (COTTUS SP.) - RuppertGS15 - MODELING TURBIDITY IN LAKE DIEFENBAKER USING LANDSAT-8 OLI IMAGERY - ABIRHIRE
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314:00SS8. - SALTWATER ANGLER EDUCATION NEEDS AND INFORMATION DELIVERY PREFERENCES: INSIGHTS FROM A STATEWIDE, STRATIFIED-RANDOM MAIL SURVEY - BakerSS14 - TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE FISHERY FOR NUNAVUMMIUT: ENSURING SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT USING A TRANSDISCIPLINARY, COMMUNITY DRIVEN RESEARCH MODEL - ChapmanSS10 - HOW DOES DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER QUALITY COMPARE ACROSS SUB-ARCTIC AND HIGH ARCTIC ENVIRONMENTS? - AukesSS2. - IMPROVEMENTS TO FISH HABITAT SUITABILITY ASSESSMENTS RELATIVE TO WEIGHTED USEABLE AREA APPROACHES - ClippertonGS15 - FISH AND FISH HABITAT IMPACTS ASSESSMENT TOOL - Warner
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414:20SS8. - THE LANDLOCKED ATLANTIC SALMON FISHERY IN LAC SAINT-JEAN: A PARADIGM SHIFT - LévesqueSS14 - COMMUNITY-BASED CONSERVATION OF AN ARCTIC CHAR RUN IN NUNAVUT, CANADA - StevensSS10 - RECENT CHANGES IN THE LONG-TERM PATTERNS OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON IN EASTERN CANADIAN LAKES AS RELATED TO REGIONAL AND GLOBAL FACTORS - ImtiazySS2. - A NOVEL APPROACH TO WATER MANAGEMENT USING TRADITIONAL INGREDIENTS: A CASE STUDY IN STRUCTURED-DECISION MAKING - MakoweckiGS15 - THE LOST CREEK WILDFIRE: LONG-TERM IMPACTS ON AQUATIC ECOLOGY - Martens
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514:40SS8. - THE LANDLOCKED ATLANTIC SALMON FISHERY IN LAC SAINT-JEAN: MANAGING THE PREY - LévesqueSS14 - WHAT DOES “CONTAMINATED” MEAN? FISH MONITORING SUCCESS IN COLD LAKE FIRST NATIONS TRADITIONAL TERRITORY. - MacDermidSS10 - ESTIMATING BOREAL STREAM AND RIVER GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS, THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE AND POTENTIAL CARBON FEEDBACK - HutchinsSS2. - FISH ASSEMBLAGE STRUCTURE AND DYNAMICS IN NOVEL ECOSYSTEMS - RobertsGS15 - REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC SUPPORT OF MITIGAITON MEASURES FOR WORKS IN AND AROUND WATER - Warner
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15:00BREAK
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SS8 (continued; Moderator - Brett van Poorten)SS3 - Environmental monitoring of fish and water in the Athabasca oil sands (Moderators Kelly Munkittrick and Tim Arciszewski)SS10 (continued; Moderator Joshua Thienpont)SS2 (continued) & GS15 General contributed papers (Moderator Jordan Rosenfeld)GS15 (continued; Moderator Shona Derlukewich)
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615:20SS8. - WHY ARE THERE SO MANY LITTLE FISH? CASE STUDIES IN INCREASED HARVEST AND DECREASED SIZE OF FRESHWATER SALMONIDS - SullivanSS3. - THE SALT AND METAL COMPONENTS OF OIL SANDS PROCESS AFFECTED WATERS (OSPW) EFFECTS ON METABOLISM AND SWIMMING ABILITY IN RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) - MuellerSS10 - IMPACT OF CLIMATE-INDUCED WATER LEVEL DECLINES ON WATER QUALITY IN CLOSED BASIN LAKES OF THE NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS - FinlaySS2. - FISH-BASED ESTIMATE OF IN-STREAM FLOW NEEDS - WardGS15 - CONSTRUCTION OF SIDE-CHANNEL FISH HABITAT ON THE BOW RIVER AS OFFSET FOR SERIOUS HARM - Harper
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715:40SS8. - FISH ON! IMPLEMENTING ALBERTA’S NORTHERN PIKE RECREATIONAL MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK - BrownSS3. - USE OF FLOODPLAIN LAKE SEDIMENTS TO DETERMINE PRE-INDUSTRIAL BASELINES AND EXTENT OF METAL POLLUTION OF THE ATHABASCA RIVER IN THE ALBERTA OIL SANDS REGION - KlemtSS10 - CLIMATE DRIVES CATCHMENT-WIDE CHANGES IN MERCURY CYCLING IN THE HIGH ARCTIC'S LARGEST LAKE BY VOLUME (LAKE HAZEN, NUNAVUT, CANADA) - St. PierreGS15 - ARE TAGS A DRAG?THE EFFECT OF EXTERNAL TAGS ON PROFILE DRAG OF TROUT - ManouchehriGS15 - SURVIVING THE URBAN JUNGLE: BIOTIC FACTORS DRIVE LOCAL DISPERSAL OF AN ENDANGERED STREAM FISH - Drake
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816:00SS8. - A DECADE OF SPECIAL LICENSES TO HARVEST WALLEYES; A FISHERIES MANAGEMENT TOOL THAT BRIDGES OPEN-ACCESS TO LIMITED-ACCESS FISHERY. - spencerSS3. - SEASONAL AND TEMPORAL CHANGES IN FISH COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN THE LOWER ATHABASCA RIVER - MunkittrickSS10 - CONCEPTUALISING CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON FISHERIES ECOSYSTEMS - RouxGS15 - THE LINK BETWEEN SWIMMING ABILITY AND ECOLOGICALLY RELEVANT BEHAVIOUR IN RAINBOW TROUT (ONCORHYNCHUS MYKISS) - DehaanGS15 - USING WATERSHED CONNECTIVITY AND ABIOTIC VARIABLES TO DESCRIBE RAINBOW TROUT COLONIZATION, GROWTH AND RECRUITMENT ACROSS A LANDSCAPE - Cantin
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916:20SS8. - PREDATOR DENSITY AND NOT LITTORAL STRUCTURE DETERMINES YOUNG-OF-YEAR BASS MORTALITY IN LAKES - ZieglerSS3. - USING ENVIRONMENTAL DNA TO MONITOR WINTER AQUATIC BIODIVERSITY - HarrisonSS12 - VULNERABILITY TO MULTIPLE ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS OF SMALL BODY SIZE OVIGEROUS LOBSTER - CouillardGS15 - FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY AND REDUNDANCY OF FRESHWATER FISH COMMUNITIES IN ONTARIO LAKES - LamotheGS15 - PRACTICAL GIS APPLICATIONS FOR FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES - Farineau
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1016:40SS8. - EVALUATING LANDSCAPE PATTERNS OF FISHING IMPACTS USING A NEW RECREATIONAL FISHERY ASSESSMENT MODEL - van PoortenSS3. - A VALIDATION OF HYDROACOUSTIC SURVEYS TO ESTIMATE FISH ABUNDANCE AND BIOMASS IN A SMALL NORTHERN LAKE - NusplGS15 - BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF FISH FRIENDLY VERY LOW HEAD TURBINE TECHNOLOGY IN CANADA. - SmokorowskiGS15 - CONNECTIVITY, PERSISTENCE, AND LOSS OF HIGH ABUNDANCE JUVENILE ATLANTIC HALIBUT AREAS IN THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC OCEAN - Boudreau
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17:00-18:00
SCL Business Meeting / Réunion de la SCL - Turner Valley
SCL Business Meeting / Réunion de la SCL - Turner Valley
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17:00-21:00Cash bar
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18:00-21:00POSTER Social- Manitoba Room (cash bar opens at 5pm)
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21:00-00:00Student Social: Sherlock Holmes Pub (10012 101A Avenue NW; 100 m away from Westin)
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Saturday, 6 January 2018
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8:00-10:00Registration - North Foyer
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PLENARY SESSSIONS
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8:50Opening Remarks/Announcments
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9:00PLEN - STABLE ISOTOPES IN FISHERIES RESEARCH: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE BENEFIT OF COORDINATING OUR EFFORTS - McMeans
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9:40PLEN - ALBERTA’S CHALLENGING FISHERIES: A RESPONSIBILITY TO MAKE SYSTEMS WORK - Sullivan
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10:20BREAK
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SS4 Trace me if you can: stable isotopes, diet, and aquatic species management (Moderator Kathryn Peiman)SS5 - Native trout and salmon recovery (Moderator Kenton Neufeld)SS1 - Digital media as a source of contemporary and novel fisheries data (Moderator Paul Venturelli)SS12 - Multiple stressors and aquatic environments (Moderator Jana Tondu)SS7 - Aquatic health: invasive species and disease (Moderators Tanya Ruschcall, Janine Higgins and Emily Drystek)
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111:00SS4. - TOP PREDATORS AS MULTI-METERS FOR QUANTIFYING CUMULATIVE STRESS IN THE GREAT LAKES - RooneySS5. - ALBERTA’S ‘JOE’ MODEL: CUMULATIVE EFFECTS MADE EASY - MacPhersonSS1. - 10 YEARS LATER: LESSONS LEARNED FROM EARLY ATTEMPTS TO REPORT AND COLLECT DATA USING CELL PHONES - BakerSS12 - CUMULATIVE INFLUENCE OF WASTEWATER AND TRIBUTARY INPUTS TO WINTER WATER QUALITY IN THE ATHABASCA RIVER - TonduSS7. - CURRENT STATUS OF THE WHIRLING DISEASE PARASITE, MYXOBOLUS CEREBRALIS, IN ALBERTA - Veillard
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211:20SS4. - UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACTS OF MULTIPLE ANTHROPOGENIC STRESSORS ON AN AQUATIC TOP PREDATOR - RamshawSS5. - NORTH CENTRAL NATIVE TROUT (NCNT) RECOVERY PROGRAM: A STANDARDIZED APPROACH TO COMBATING CUMULATIVE EFFECTS IMPACTING AQUATIC SPECIES-AT RISK IN ALBERTA. - MeinkeSS12 - MULTIPLE STRESSOR IMPACTS ON ALASKAN STREAM FISH PRODUCTIVITY - MurdochSS7. - STOP THE SPREAD: ALBERTA’S DECONTAMINATION PROTOCOL FOR THE CONTAINMENT OF WHIRLING DISEASE AND AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES. - Schaubel
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311:40SS4. - TROPHIC VARIATION WITHIN A PISCIVOROUS LAKE TROUT MORPH FROM GREAT BEAR LAKE, CANADA: THE INITIAL STEP TOWARD ECOLOGICAL SPECIALIZATION? - chavarieSS5. - OVERVIEW OF ALBERTA’S WESTSLOPE CUTTHROAT TROUT RECOVERY PROGRAM - ChristensenSS12 - USING FISH HEALTH AND COMMUNITY MEASURES TO EVALUATE CUMULATIVE DOWNSTREAM EFFECTS FROM FOREST HARVEST ACTIVITIES, IN NORTHERN NEW BRUNSWICK. - WhiteSS7. - AQUATIC INVASIVE SPECIES MANAGEMENT IN AN URBAN MUNICIPALITY – THE STORY OF THE FRANKENFISH AND THE FLOWERING RUSH INVASION IN ST. ALBERT, ALBERTA - Logan
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12:0012:00 - 13:20 (Lunch on your own)
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SS4 (continued; Moderator Kathryn Peiman)SS5 (continued; Moderator Kenton Neufeld)SS1 (continued; Moderator Paul Venturelli)SS12 (continued; Moderator Jana Tondu)SS7 (continued; Moderators Tanya Ruschcall, Janine Higgins and Emily Drystek)
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413:20SS4. - INFLUENCES OF LIFE HISTORY TYPE ON LAKE TROUT (SALVELINUS NAMAYCUSH) GROWTH AND SURVIVAL IN THE WESTERN CANADIAN ARCTIC. - KissingerSS5. - THE COLLAPSE AND RECOVERY OF LAKE TROUT IN GREAT SLAVE LAKE, CANADA€™S MOST NORTHERN FRESHWATER COMMERCIAL FISHERY - HowlandSS1. - TIME-LAPSE AND MOTION-DETECTION PHOTOGRAPHY TO ASSESS RECREATIONAL FISHERIES - PopeSS12 - EVALUATING ANNUAL VARIATION IN FISH COMMUNITIES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR BIOMONITORING - PrestieSS7. - NATIVE FRESHWATER SPECIES GET OUT OF THE WAY: PRUSSIAN CARP (CARASSIUS GIBELIO) ESTABLISHMENT IMPACTS BOTH FISH AND BENTHIC INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES IN NORTH AMERICA - Poesch
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513:40SS4. - SEASONAL MIGRATION OF CORIXIDS (HEMIPTERA: CORIXIDAE) OUT OF WETLANDS AND CONSUMPTION BY RIVERINE FISH - SraykoSS5. - BULL TROUT – LAKE TROUT INTERACTIONS IN A LARGE RESERVOIR REVEALED BY ACOUSTIC TELEMETRY - WardSS1. - COMPARING ESTIMATES OF FISHING EFFORT AND LAKE CHOICE DERIVED FROM AERIAL CREEL SURVEYS AND SMARTPHONE APPLICATION DATA IN ONTARIO, CANADA - venturelliSS12 - THE EFFECT OF MULTIPLE STRESSORS ON SUBARCTIC AQUATIC SYSTEMS: IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND ROAD DUST - ZhuSS7. - TURNING POPULATION VIABILITY ANALYSIS ON ITS HEAD: EVALUATING INVASIVE SPECIES REMOVAL SCENARIOS USING PVA IN A DECISION ANALYSIS - van Poorten
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614:00SS4. - THE USE OF SULFUR ISOTOPES TO UNDERSTAND MERCURY BIOACCUMULATION IN SIMPLE AQUATIC FOOD WEBS FROM HIGH ARCTIC LANDLOCKED LAKES - LescordSS5. - THE LAW ON RECOVERING ALBERTA’S WESTSLOPE CUTTHROAT TROUT TO SECURE STATUS - FlukerSS1. - "APPY" DAYS ON THE HORIZON: INITIAL RESULTS FROM A DANISH APP FOR COLLECTING RECREATIONAL FISHERIES DATA - venturelliSS12 - ASSESSING THE IMPACTS OF MULTIPLE ECOLOGICAL STRESSORS ON A THREATENED NATIVE SALMONID IN THE FOOTHILLS OF ALBERTA, CANADA. - MedinskiSS7. - THE EURASIAN TENCH (TINCA TINCA): A GLOBALLY INVASIVE FISH POISED TO INVADE THE GREAT LAKES - Avlijas
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714:20SS4. - USING ISOTOPES TO ASSESS PAST AND CURRENT NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF SOCKEYE SALMON - PeimanSS5. - AN ACTION PLAN FOR RECOVERING ALBERTA’S WESTSLOPE CUTTHROAT TROUT TO SECURE STATUS - MayhoodSS1. - DETERMINING THE UTILITY OF ELECTRONIC, SELF-REPORTED RECREATIONAL DATA FOR FISHERIES STOCK ASSESSMENT. - AhrensSS12 - EVALUATION OF FISH COMMUNITIES ONE YEAR AFTER THE HUSKY OIL SPILL IN THE NORTH SASKATCHEWAN RIVER - JardineSS7. - OPTIMAL PLACEMENT OF WATERCRAFT INSPECTION STATIONS - Fischer
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814:40SS4. - THE EFFECTS OF INVASIVE DREISSENID MUSSELS ON THE OFFSHORE FOOD WEB OF LAKE SIMCOE, ONTARIO. - LangenSS5. - THE CRITICAL ROLE OF ENGOS IN PROTECTING AND RECOVERING SPECIES AT RISK IN CANADA - SkrajnySS1. - ELECTRONIC SELF-REPORTING IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC US: PRELIMINARY RESULTS, LESSONS LEARNED, AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS. - FitzgeraldSS12 - THE ROLE OF SMALL RESERVOIRS FOR GREENHOUSE GAS RELEASE TO THE ATMOSPHERE: WHEN HUMANS IMPACT BEAVER POPULATIONS - WhitfieldSS7. - SEASONAL MIGRATION AND FINE-SCALE MOVEMENT OF INVASIVE ROUND GOBY IN GREAT LAKES TRIBUTARIES - Blair
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SS4 (continued) & GS15 General contributed papers (Moderator Kathryn Peiman)SS3 - Environmental monitoring of fish and water in the Athabasca oil sands (continued; Moderators Kelly Munkittrick and Tim Arciszewski)SS1 (continued; Moderator Paul Venturelli)SS12 (continued; Moderator Jana Tondu)SS11 - Aquaculture and its impact on aquatic environments & GS15 General contributed papers (Moderator Janelle Sloychuck)
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915:20SS4. - POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF AN INTRODUCED PREDATORY FISH (CICHLA MONOCULUS) ON THE DIET AND TROPHIC ECOLOGY OF A NATIVE PREDATOR (HOPLIAS MICROLEPIS) IN LAKE GATUN, PANAMA - ValverdeSS3. - HYDROACOUSTIC BASED ESTIMATES OF FISHERIES PRODUCTIVITY IN THE ATHABASCA OIL SANDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR OFFSETTING - TerrySS1. - USING DIGITAL DATA TO TRACK FISHING EFFORT AND CATCHES; AN EXAMPLE AND OPPORTUNITIES - MartinSS12 - THE DOWNSTREAM EFFECT OF A WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADE ON IN-STREAM DENITRIFICATION - DyllaSS11 - ENHANCING IMMUNITY AND DISEASE RESISTANCE IN FISH BY CHITOSAN-SELENIUM NANOPARTICLES - XIA
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1015:40GS15 - CONSERVATION STOCKING DILEMMA OF LONG-LIVED AQUATIC SPECIES - DeslauriersSS3. - INCREASED SIZE AND RELATIVE ABUNDANCE OF MIGRATORY FISHES OBSERVED NEAR THE ATHABASCA OIL SANDS - ArciszewskiSS1. - A FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGNING CITIZEN SCIENCE PROJECTS THAT INCORPORATE USER MOTIVATIONS AND RETENTION STRATEGIES TO OPTIMIZE PARTICIPATION. - SimmonsSS12 - UNDERSTANDING THE DISTRIBUTION, DRIVERS, AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS IN WATERBODIES OF THE PEACE-ATHABASCA DELTA - ThienpontSS11 - A MASS BALANCE APPROACH TO QUANTIFYING EFFECTS OF NETCAGE AQUACULTURE ON ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN LAKE HURON - Moore
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1116:00GS15 - ASSESSING NATIVE LAMPREY POPULATIONS IN GREAT LAKES TRIBUTARIES TO EVALUATE THE POTENTIAL FOR INVASIVE SEA LAMPREY PRODUCTION UPSTREAM OF PHYSICAL BARRIERS - Van KempenSS3. - DEVELOMENT OF AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT MONITORING TRIGGERS FOR THE LOWER ATHABASCA RIVER - HamiltonSS1. - ELECTRONIC SELF REPORTING IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC US: PRELIMINARY RESULTS, LESSONS LEARNED, AND FUTURE DIRECTION. - DickSS12 - RESPONSES OF ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES TO VARIABILITY IN WATER QUANTITY AND QUALITY - SinnatambySS11 - COMMUNITY-LEVEL IMPACTS OF AN EXPERIMENTAL AQUACULTURE OPERATION - Rennie
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1216:20GS15 - ON THE IMPORTANCE OF SMALL-BODIED FISHES IN FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS - KoopsSS3. - BIOPURIFICATION OF PB AND BIOACCUMULATION OF TL IN OTOLITHS OF TROUT-PERCH (PERCOPSIS OMISCOMAYCUS) FROM THE ATHABASCA RIVER, UPSTREAM AND DOWNSTREAM OF BITUMEN MINING AND UPGRADING - ShotykOpen Discussion - led by Paul VenturelliSS12 - NORMOXIA EXPOSURE REDUCES HYPOXIA TOLERANCE IN SWAMP ADAPTED FISH - ClarkeGS15 - FISHERY DEPENDENT DATA IN STOCK ASSESSMENTS - Nasmith
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1316:40GS15 - ASSESSMENT OF AN ADULT LAKE STURGEON TRANSLOCATION (ACIPENSER FULVESCENS) REINTRODUCTION EFFORT IN A FRAGMENTED RIVER SYSTEM - BoothroydSS12 - POST-RELEASE CONDITION, PATHOGEN LOADING, AND SURVIVAL OF WILD ATLANTIC SALMON - ChapmanGS15 - LEFT HIGH AND DRY: THE IMPORTANCE OF GETTING OFF THE BEACH FOR CAPELIN SURVIVAL - Murphy
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17:00-18:00CCFFR Business Meeting / Réunion de la CCRP - Turner ValleyCCFFR Business Meeting / Réunion de la CCRP - Turner Valley
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17:00-20:30Cash bar
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18:00-20:30Banquet
18:00 - Doors open
18:30 - Dinner
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19:30 - THE PARCHED OLDMAN: A CENTURY OF RIVER REGULATION FROM THE CROWN OF THE CONTINENT - Rood
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Sunday, 7th January 2018
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SS8. Recreational fisheries management and science (continued; Moderator Brett van Poorten)SS5 - Native trout and salmon recovery (continued; Moderator Kenton Neufeld)SS6 - Genomic, proteomic and transcriptomic advancements in aquatic monitoring (Moderators Ian Bradbury and Dan Heath)SS13 - Aquatic nutrients: dynamics and algal blooms (Moderator Ben Kissinger)GS15 - General contributed papers (Moderator Shona Derlukewich)
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19:00SS8. - TRENDS IN ALBERTA’S WALLEYE FISHERY DURING 2000-2016 - CahillSS5. - ANCIENT ENVIRONMENTAL DNA AND HISTORICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY OF FRESHWATER ENDEMIC SPECIES - Nelson-ChorneySS6. - NEW APPLICATIONS OF META-BARCODING TECHNOLOGY FOR FISH COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT - HeathSS13 - USING HIGH FREQUENCY BUOY DATA TO FORECAST HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS - KehoeGS15 - SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL SCALES OF CONNECTIVITY IN ATLANTIC COD RECRUITMENT SIGNALS IN NEWFOUNDLAND - Cooke
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29:20SS8. - BALANCING FISH CONSERVATION AND ANGLER USE IN RECREATIONAL FISHERIES: EVALUATING THE BIOLOGICAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC OUTCOMES FROM FISH STOCKING AND HARVEST REGULATIONS - JohnstonSS5. - ROTENONE AND RESTORATION STOCKING: THE NEW BAIT AND SWITCH. - MeagherSS6. - GENOMIC SOLUTIONS FOR FISHERIES MANAGEMENT – THE SEARCH FOR THE MISSING FISH - WardSS13 - THE DYNAMICS OF NITROGEN-FIXING CYANOBACTERIA IN PRAIRIE LAKE - BoyerGS15 - WHY HARVESTING MAGNIFIES FLUCTUATIONS IN A DAPHNIA FISHERY EXPERIMENT - Rogers
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39:40SS8. - UNDERSTANDING HARVEST DYNAMICS IN RECREATIONAL FISHERIES: DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF SPATIAL SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL MODELS - PostSS5. - WESTSLOPE CUTTHROAT TROUT WINTER HABITAT DISTRIBUTION AT A WATERSHED SCALE IN SMALL MOUNTAIN STREAMS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA - BensonSS6. - TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF A GENETIC CLINE OF INVASIVE EUROPEAN GREEN CRAB (CARCINUS MAENAS) IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA - LehnertSS13 - A COMPARISON OF TECHNIQUES FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF NO3 ALONG A LAKE GRADIENT OF SALINITY, COLOR AND NUTRIENTS - HudsonGS15 - SPENDING THE CONSERVATION DIVIDEND; THE EFFECTS OF CLOSING ALBERTA COMMERCIAL FISHERIES - Wakeling
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410:00SS8. - VARIATION IN LANDSCAPE CONFIGURATION AND SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES DRIVES PATTERNS OF EXPLOITATION AMONG SPATIALLY-STRUCTURED RECREATIONAL FISHERIES - WilsonSS5. - MULTI-SCALE CHARACTERIZATION OF BULL TROUT SPAWNING LOCATIONS – APPLYING LONG-TERM MONITORING AND RESEARCH TO HABITAT REHABILITATION DESIGNS - RobinsonSS6. - ENVIRONMENTAL DNA – REAL TIME RESULTS IN THE FIELD TO CONFIRM THE PRESENCE OF TARGET SPECIES - WarnerSS13 - A LENS ON EBULLITION: A NOVEL SENSOR FOR HIGH TEMPORAL RESOLUTION MEASUREMENT OF METHANE EMISSIONS IN SHALLOW LENTIC WATERS - HelmleGS15 - PREVALENCE, INTENSITY AND DISTRIBUTION OF SALMINCOLA EDWARDSII ON RESIDENT BROOK TROUT (SALVELINUS FONTINALIS) IN TWO FORESTED CATCHMENTS OF NORTHERN NEW BRUNSWICK. - White
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510:20SS8. - MODELING FISHING AS A DISRUPTOR OF THE MATCH BETWEEN FISH AND FISH HABITAT - GillisSS5. - EFFECTS OF STREAM HABITAT STRUCTURE ON FORAGING IN ATLANTIC SALMON (SALMO SALAR) - TherrienSS6. - EVALUATING HYBRIDIZATION OF ALBERTA’S THREATENED WESTSLOPE CUTTHROAT TROUT - CoombsSS13 - MEETING PHOSPHORUS REDUCTION GOALS BY APPLYING BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN THE GRAND RIVER WATERSHED IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO - HaniefGS15 - SPATIAL RISK: INFLUENCE OF PISCIVOROUS FISH ON SELECTION OF NURSERY HABITAT BY AGE-0 JUVENILE COD - MacRobert
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SS8 (continued; Moderator Brett van Poorten)SS5 (continued; Moderator Kenton Neufeld)SS6 (continued; Moderators Ian Bradbury and Dan Heath)SS13 (continued; Moderator Ben Kissinger)GS15 (continued; Moderator Paul Harper)
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611:00SS8. - THE RETURN OF THE STRIPED BASS (MORONE SAXATILIS) IN THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER: DOCUMENTING EARLY LIFE HISTORY TO BASE THE MANAGEMENT OF THIS LONG-AWAITED FISHERY ON SOLID SCIENCE - VanalderweireldtSS5. - GENETIC ADAPTATION AND PHENOTYPIC PLASTICITY OF HEART FUNCTION IN ATLANTIC SALMON - NeffSS6. - ADDITIVE, NON-ADDITIVE, AND MATERNAL EFFECTS ON DNA METHYLATION AMONG DIFFERENT SALMON REARING ENVIRONMENTS - VenneySS13 - CONTRASTING NUTRIENT AND SEDIMENT RETENTION IN TWO STORMWATER PONDS DURING ATYPICALLY DRY (2016) AND WET (2017) YEARS - LilwahGS15 - SCENT ENHANCEMENT AND TAGGING EFFECTS IN JUVENILE LAKE STURGEON (ACIPENSER FULVESCENS) - McCabe
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711:20SS14 - USING UNDERWATER VIDEO TO INVESTIGATE THE USE OF POTTING GEAR IN THE GREENLAND HALIBUT (REINHARDTIUS HIPPOGLOSSOIDES) FISHERY - FolkinsSS5. - ARCTIC GRAYLING (THYMALLUS ARCTICUS) PHYSIOLOGICAL DATA AND IMPLICATIONS OF HIGH-SALINE SPILLS ON NATIVE FRESHWATER SALMONIDS - BlairSS6. - MAJOR HISTOCOMPATIBILITY COMPLEX VARIATION AMONG ALTERNATIVE REPRODUCTIVE TACTICS OF CHINOOK SALMON - PitcherSS13 - INTERACTION BETWEEN HYDROLOGY AND LAND USE IN DETERMINING RIVERINE DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER COMPOSITION - SilkGS15 - PHYSICAL TIDEPOOL SEASCAPES EXPLAIN SIZE CLASS DISTRIBUTION AND SITE FIDELITY IN TIDEPOOL SCULPIN (OLIGOCOTTUS MACULOSUS) - Smith
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