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Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2008

By: Ross F Tallmann(Editor), Kimberley L Howland(Editor), Michael D Rennie(Editor), Kenneth Mills(Editor)
559 pages, 188 b/w photos and b/w illustrations, 76 tables
Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2008
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  • Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2008 ISBN: 9783510470655 Paperback Dec 2012 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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The papers presented in this issue, stemming from the 10th Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes, owe a great deal to the vision and foresight of Dr. Casimir Lindsey who was the instigator of the first meeting of this type in Winnipeg, 1969 (Lindsey & Woods 1970).

The contents of the proceedings of this 10th meeting present data on whitefishes, as far south as Utah and Georgia and as far north as 70 degrees latitude. They cover a broad longitudinal range of countries including the United States, Russia, Austria, Finland, Norway, Canada, Germany, France, Switzerland and Poland. Like the first proceedings and the many that have followed, the topics range from basic ecology to behaviour, and from taxonomy to genetics.

Six major categories are covered: Several papers deal with habitat adaptation and distribution in time and space (Siberia; Lakes Michigan, Superior and Lake Mondsee, Austria). Another suite of papers is concerned with life history variation and migration in rivers and lakes (Yukon River, in Finland rivers, Lake Constance (Germany), Mackenzie River and its basin). The understanding of evolutionary genetics and systematics and the high ecological relevance of whitefishes is greatly enhanced by several papers (on Lake Baikal whitefish, Coregonus peled, Lake Mondsee Coregonids, fishes of the White Sea Kuloi Plateau, European whitefish, Lake Whitefish from Lake Huron, Lake Baikal fishes, east Siberian Coregonids, and on Great Slave Lake ciscoes).

Several papers related to fisheries and stock assessment advance our knowledge on hatchery effects on wild recruitment, on changes in the Lake Superior fish community, on assessment of vendace in South Georgia, followed by a summary paper on 123 years of study of a small scale fishery, and on the effect of removals on larval abundance. Five papers enlarge our understanding of the impacts of multiple stressors such as climate change, industrial development and invasive species on Coregonids (on lake whitefish in Lake Michigan, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, on climate change effects in Minnesota lakes, on the effects of ecosystem change in the Great Lakes, and on recovering whitefish stocks in the Detroit River).

Finally, four important papers on issues in conservation and species at risk on Powan in Scotland, on endangered whitefish in Finland, on Coregonid fishes in Bear Lake, Utah and on the conservation of vendace in the United Kingdom round up this volume. Of note are the number of papers from the great lakes of the world which are presented.

This most recent collection of work is as informative and as influential as the proceedings that have come before it and will inspire countless other researchers in their sutdy of the Coregonid familiy of fishes.



Habitat Adaptation and Distribution
- Depth segregation of deepwater ciscoes (Coregonus spp.) in Lake Michigan during 1930-1932 and range expansion of Coregonus hoyi into deeper waters after the 1990s 3-24
- The distribution and abundance of deepwater ciscoes in Canadian waters of Lake Superior 25-41
- Relief structure of scales in Coregonid fishes from Lake Baikal: differences between morpho-ecological groups of omul (Coregonus migratorius Georgy) and Siberian whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus pidschian Gmelin) 43-53 - Relief Structure of Coregonid Scale through Reconstruction of Stereopair Three-dimensional Images 55-63
- Repeat surveys of spawning cisco (Coregonus artedi) in western Lake Superior: timing, distribution and composition of spawning stocks 65-87
- Experimental evaluation of the spawning periods of whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus complex) in Lake Mondsee, Austria 89-97

Life History Variation and Migration
- Documentation of Annual Spawning Migrations of Anadromous Coregonid Fishes in a Large River using Maturity Indices, Length and Age Analyses, and CPUE 101-116
- Migration to the sea of river spawning whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus L.) fry in the northern Baltic Sea 117-125
- Gonadosomatic index of pelagic spawning female whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus L.) in Lake Constance-Upper Lake 127-132
- Seasonal migration patterns of lower Mackenzie River coregonids 133-146
- Reproduction vs. growth: indications for altered energy fluxes in Lake Constance whitefish through size-selective fishery 147-157
- Comparison of life history traits between anadromous and lacustrine stocks of broad whitefish (Coregonus nasus): An intra-specific test of Roff's hypothesis 159-173

Evolutionary Genetics and Systematics
- Search for genetic bases of species differences between Lake Baikal coregonid fishes: whitefish, C. baicalensis, and omul, C. migratorius 177-186
- Biological and genetic diversity in peled (Coregonus peled) populations, introduced beyond south edge of the range, into Tuvinian lakes 187-196
- Does segregated spawning time prevent the introgression of stocked whitefish species into native species? A morphometric and genetic study in Lake Mondsee, Austria 197-208
- The Origin of Coregonid Fishes of the White Sea Kuloi Plateau 209-227
- Temporal stability in gill raker numbers of subarctic European whitefish populations 229-240
- Genetic structure of lake whitefish, Coregonus clupeaformis, populations in the northern main basin of Lake Huron 241-260
- Molecular Phylogeography of Lake Baikal Coregonid Fishes 261-283
- Intra- and inter-specific features of the composition and structure of blood cells of coregonid fishes from the East-Siberian region 285-297
- A preliminary assessment of cisco (Coregonus spp.) diversity in Yellowknife Bay, Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories 299-322

Fisheries and Stock Assessment
- Massive stocking with hatchery larvae may constrain natural recruitment of whitefish stocks and induce unwanted evolutionary changes 325-336
- Successional Change in the Lake Superior Fish Community: Population Trends in Ciscoes, Rainbow Smelt, and Lake Trout, 1958-2008 337-362
- Long-term assessment of a vendace (Coregonus albula L.) stock in Lake Paravani, South Georgia 363-369
- Lessons to Learn from 123 Years of Catch Data from a Small Scale Whitefish Fishery 371-382
- Effects of mass fish removal on coregonid larval abundance in a large mesotrophic lake 383-396

Impacts of multiple stressors: Climate Change, Industrial Development, and Invasive Species
- Lake whitefish feeding habits and condition in Lake Michigan 399-415
- The effects of climate change and eutrophication on cisco Coregonus artedi abundance in Minnesota lakes 417-427
- Retrospective growth analysis of lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) in Lakes Erie and Ontario, 1954-2003 429-454
- Can migration mitigate the effects of ecosystem change? Patterns of dispersal, energy acquisition and allocation in Great Lakes lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) 455-476
- Life History Characteristics of a Recovering Lake Whitefish Coregonus clupeaformis Stock in the Detroit River, North America 477-501

Conservation and Species at Risk
- Discontinuous infraspecific variation in ecological and morphological traits has consequences for conservation of powan (Coregonus lavaretus) in Scotland 505-517
- The endangered whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus pallasi) population in the Koitajoki River, eastern Finland: the present state and threats 519-533
- Artificial Reef Construction and Use by Three Endemic Coregonid Whitefishes in Bear Lake, Utah, USA 535-546
- Conservation of the vendace (Coregonus albula), the U.K.'s rarest freshwater fish 547-559

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By: Ross F Tallmann(Editor), Kimberley L Howland(Editor), Michael D Rennie(Editor), Kenneth Mills(Editor)
559 pages, 188 b/w photos and b/w illustrations, 76 tables
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