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Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2017 13th International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes, Bayfield, USA

By: Jared T Myers(Editor)
428 pages, 98 illustrations, 48 tables
Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2017
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  • Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes - 2017 ISBN: 9783510470686 Paperback Dec 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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This international symposia series and associated proceeding volumes have provided scientists and managers a platform to share observations related to this remarkable group of fish and the aquatic systems in which they reside. After the 12th meeting was held in Listvyanka, Russia on Lake Baikal, the 13th International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Coregonid Fishes was held on the south shore of Lake Superior in the quaint fishing community of Bayfield, Wisconsin, USA. The conference in Bayfield was attended by 144 participants that traveled from
12 different countries. Authors contributed a total of 78 oral presentations and 36 poster presentations, which were organized into the following theme areas: 1 – Fisheries management, 2 – Stock assessment and population dynamics, 3 – Habitat, trophic interactions, and ecosystem services, 4 – Aquaculture and rearing, 5 – Evolutionary ecology and genetics, 6 – Recovery of coregonid populations, 7 – Biology and life history, 8 – The role of coregonids in native peoples culture and tradition. Given the meeting was held in the Great Lakes basin, many of the contributions to the conference were from that region. Still, the 25 manuscripts that comprise the present volume represent a broad range of studies conducted across the northern hemisphere.


Foreword / Myers, Jared T.

- The role of dipnetting of migratory European whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus) in the local culture and traditions of the River Tornionjoki Valley / Vaaraniemi, Markku; Heikkilä, Jaakko; Jokikokko, Erkki   p. 3-11
- Social media at #Coregonid2017: extending the reach of a small conference with Twitter and Periscope / George, Ellen   p. 13-22
- Towards sustainable commercial vendace fisheries in Finland: lessons learned from educating stakeholders for management decision making based on imprecise stock monitoring data / Marjomäki, Timo J.; Valkeajärvi, Pentti; Keskinen, Tapio; Muje, Kari; Urpanen, Olli; Karjalainen, Juha   p. 25-46
- Collecting viable deepwater cisco gametes from Lake Michigan for propagation – lessons learned / Holey, Mark E.; Hanson, S. Dale; Gordon, Roger R.; Drew, Tim D.; Mackey, Gregg E.; Connerton, Michael J.   p. 47-64
- Coregonine fisheries in the eastern Gulf of Finland, Baltic Sea: history and current status / Bogdanov, Dmitry V.; Sendek, Dmitry S.; Lajus, Dmitry L.   p. 65-81
- Lake Ontario cisco population dynamics based on long-term surveys / Weidel, Brian C.; Hoyle, James A.; Connerton, Michael J.; Holden, Jeremy P.; Vinson, Mark R.   p. 85-103
- Infection by the cestodes Triaenophorus crassus and Diphyllobothrium spp. in a polymorphic whitefish population / Sandlund, Odd Terje; Næsje, Tor F.; Diserud, Ola H.   p. 105-116
- Characteristics of the spawning migration of anadromous broad whitefish (Coregonus nasus) in the lower Mackenzie River / Martin, Zoya A.; Howland, Kimberly L.; Gillis, Darren; Tallman, Ross F.   p. 117-132
- Compensatory reserve of lake whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) in Michigan waters of Lake Michigan / Youn, So-Jung; Taylor, William W.; Hayes, Daniel B.; Ferreri, C. Paola   p. 133-145
- Variation in vital rates in coregonines and the likelihood of “black-swan” events Lake Ontario cisco population dynamics based on long-term surveys / Tallman, Ross F.; Fulton, Samantha J.   p. 147-162
- Spatial extent of contemporary lake whitefish spawning in western Lake Erie / Amidon, Zachary J.; DeBruyne, Robin L.; Roseman, Edward F.; Mayer, Christine M.   p. 163-172
- Short-term survival of lake whitefish following surgical implantation of acoustic transmitters using chemical anesthesia and electroimmobilization / Dembkowski, Daniel J.; Isermann, Daniel A.; Vandergoot, Christopher S.; Hansen, Scott P.; Binder, Thomas R.   p. 173-187
- Long-term hydroacoustic assessment of the Bonneville cisco (Prosopium gemmifer) population in Bear Lake, Utah/Idaho, USA, 1989-2016 / Tolentino, Scott A.   p. 189-204
- Pelagic forage versus abiotic factors as drivers of walleye growth in northern Wisconsin lakes / Noring, Austin M.; Sass, Greg G.; Midway, Stephen R.; VanDeHey, Justin A.; Raabe, Joshua K.; Isermann, Daniel A.; Kampa, Jeffrey M.; Parks, Timothy P.; Lyons, John; Jennings, Martin J.   p. 207-223
- Export of pelagic fish larvae from a large Great Lakes connecting channel / Roseman, Edward F.; DuFour, Mark; Pritt, Jeremy; Fischer, Jason; DeBruyne, Robin L.; Bennion, David   p. 225-243
- Historic coregonine habitat use and assessment of larval nursery locations in Lake Erie / Schaefer, Hannah M.; Roseman, Edward F.; DeBruyne, Robin L.; Vandergoot, Christopher S.; Diana, James S.   p. 245-259
- Water quality assessment by in situ whitefish egg incubation / Karjalainen, Anna K.; Arola, Hanna E.; Syrjänen, Jukka T.; Karjalainen, Juha   p. 261-275
- Investigation into the role of water velocity on broad whitefish (Coregonus nasus) habitat use in the Arctic Red River during spawning migration / Martin, Zoya A.; Tallman, Ross F.; Enders, Eva C.   p. 277-292
- Early life history of cisco and lake whitefish in Chaumont Bay, Lake Ontario: distribution and lack of predation by alewife and rainbow smelt / George, Ellen; Crabtree, Darran; Hare, Matthew; Rudstam, Lars   p. 293-308
- Rearing and stocking of coregonids: a comparison of aquaculture practices in Eurasia and North America / Wanzenböck, Josef   p. 311-327
- Suitability of different whitefish species from upper Lake Constance for aquaculture / Goebel, Susanne; Baer, Jan; Geist, Juergen   p. 329-341
- Effects of diet on growth and survival of intensively-reared bloater (Coregonus hoyi) fry / Smith, Jennifer L.; Drew, Timothy D.; Zheng, Ryan; Wilson, Chris C.; Loftus, Kevin K.   p. 343-361
- Induction of free-flowing gametes to establish a reintroduction broodstock of bloaters (Coregonus hoyi) for Lake Ontario / Presello, Alexander J.; Smith, Jennifer L.; Drew, Timothy D.; Loftus, Kevin K.; Johnston, Thomas A.; Wilson, Chris C.; Pitcher, Trevor E.   p. 363-379
- Status of cisco (Coregonus artedi) ecomorphs in Lake Huron, 1917-2016, with speculations about phenotypic plasticity in shorthead cisco / Eshenroder, Randy L.; Olds, Chris M.; Kao, Yu-Chun; Davis, Chris L.; Kinney, Devin N.; Muir, Andrew M.   p. 383-402
- Genetic species identification of coregonines from juvenile assessment and commercial fisheries in Lake Erie, Detroit River, and St. Clair River / Stott, Wendylee; MacDougall, Tom; Roseman, Edward F.; Lenart, Stephen; Chiotti, Justin; Yule, Daniel L.; Boase, James   p. 403-425
- Obituary for Miroslaw Luczynski, Olsztyn, Poland / Rösch, Roland   p. 427-428

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By: Jared T Myers(Editor)
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