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Common Strategies of Anadromous and Catadromous Fishes

Series: American Fisheries Society Symposium Series Volume: 1

By: MJ Dadswell(Editor), RJ Klauda(Editor), CM Moffitt(Editor), RL Saunders(Editor)

American Fisheries Society

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This is a CD-ROM version of the out-of-print 1987 book.

Diadromous fishes migrate between marine and fresh waters to feed or breed. They are biologically fascinating, and many of them support important sport or commercial fisheries. The phenomenon of diadromy was the focus of a 1986 symposium sponsored by the AFS Northeastern Division. These proceedings present the peer-reviewed papers of experts from 10 countries.

Common Strategies of Anadromous and Catadromous Fishes is organized into a keynote and four topical sections. The keynote section reviews the occurrence of diadromy and explores the possible evolutionary processes. The topical sections deal with possible critical life cycle periods and mechanisms – utilization of freshwater, transition to and from the sea, migration, and recruitment.

Authors were encouraged to exchange ideas and discuss topic coverage before the symposium and manuscripts were available for reference following the meeting. The editors think this approach fostered an exceptional degree of recognition and cooperation, resulting in a cohesive final publication. Interested participants also presented their ideas and findings in a poster session, the abstracts from which have been included here. An evening workshop was held to discuss future directions for research into diadromy, and it is summarized in these proceedings.


Contents

Preface
Introduction Michael J. Dadswell

Evolution and Importance of Diadromy
- The Occurrence and Distribution of Diadromy among Fishes Robert M. McDowall
- Evolution of Diadromy in Fishes Mart R. Gross

Utlization of the Freshwater Habitat
- Preamble Christine M. Moffitt
- Variability in Length of Freshwater Residence of Salmon, Trout, and Char Robert G. Randall, Michael C. Healey, and J. Brian Thompson
- Reproductive Ecology of the American Eel Gene S. Helfman, Douglas E. Facey, L. Stanton Hales, Jr., and Earl L. Bozeman, Jr.
- Biology of Pink Salmon in the North American Great Lakes W. Kwain
- American Shad and Striped Bass in California's Sacramento-San Joaquin River System Donald E. Stevens, Harold K. Chadwick, and Richard E. Painter
- Increased Spawning by American Shad Coincident with Improved Dissolved Oxygen in the Tidal Delaware River Keith R. Maurice, Robert W. Blye, and Paul L. Harmon
- Overview of Life History Aspects of Anadromous Alewife and Blueback Herring in Freshwater Habitats Joseph G. Loesch
- Life History Styles of Diadromous Fishes in Inland Waters of Southern Africa Michael N. Bruton, Anton H. Bok, and Martin T. T. Davies
- Fishways–Historical Assessment of Design Practices John F. Orsborn
- Use of Hatcheries in the Management of Pacific Anadromous Salmonids James A. Lichatowich and John D. Mcintyre

Transition to and from the Marine Environment
- Preamble Richard L. Saunders
- Behavioral Aspects of Selective Tidal Stream Transport in Juvenile American Eels James D. McCleave and Gail S. Wippelhauser
- The Reproductive Ecology of Threespine Sticklebacks Breeding in Fresh and Brackish Water G. I. Kennedy, V. Boule, and G. J. Fitzgerald
- Oocyte Development in Striped Bass: Factors Influencing Estimates of Age at Maturity Jennifer L. Specker, David L. Berlinsky, Harold D. Bibb, and John F. O'Brien
- Osmoregulatory and Ionoregulatory Changes and Associated Moralities during the Transition of Maturing American Eels to a Marine Environment J.-D. Dutil, M. Besner, and S. D. McCormick
- Osmoregulation in White Sturgeon: Life History Aspects Maryann McEnroe and Joseph J. Cech, Jr.
- Involvement of the Thyroid Gland in Smoltification, with Special Reference to Metabolic and Development Processes Walton W. Dickoff and Craig V. Sullivan
- Prepatory Physiological Adaptations for Marine Life of Salmonids: Osmoregulation, Growth, and Metabolism Stephen D. McCormick and Richard L. Saunders
- Changes in Hepatic Mitochondrial Proteins of Steelhead during the Parr Smolt Transformation Terence M. Bradley
- Adaptive Flexibility in Life History Tactics of Mature Male Baltic Salmon Parr in Relation to Body Size and Environment T. Eriksson, L.-O. Erikkson, and H. Lundqvist
- Smolting Versus Residency: Developmental Conflicts in Salmonids J. E. Thorpe

Ocean Migrations
- Preamble Michael J. Dadswell
- Hydromechanics of Fish Migration in Variable Environments Daniel Weihs
- Sea-Surface Temperature and Distribution of Atlantic Salmon in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean D. G. Reddin and W. M. Shearer
- Review of the Marine Life History of Australasian Temperate Species of Anguilla D. J. Jellyman
- Reproductive Sympatry of American and European Eels and Implications for Migration and Taxonomy James D. McCleave, Robert C. Kleckner, and Martin Castonguay
- Marine Migration and Orientation of Ocean-Type Chinook and Sockeye Salmon M. C. Healey and C. Groot
- Influences of Origin, Life History, and Chance on the Atlantic Coast Migration of American Shad Michael J. Dadswell, Gary D. Melvin, P. James Williams, and Daphne E. Themelis
- Atlantic Coastal Migration of Striped Bass John Boreman and R. Rhett Lewis
- Spatial and Temporal Aspects of the Ocean Migration of Anadromous Arctic Char J. B. Dempson and A. H. Kristofferson
- Life History, Distribution, and Seasonal Migration of Barramundi in the Daly River, Northern Territory, Australia Roland K. Griffin
- Marine Migrations of Atlantic Salmon from Rivers in Ungava Bay, Quebec G. Power, M. V. Power, R. Dumas, and A. Gordon
- Perspectives on the Marine Migrations of Diadromous Fishes Thomas P. Quinn and William C. Leggert

Recruitment Mechanisms
- Preamble Ronald J. Klauda
- Causes of Variable Recruitment in a Small Atlantic Salmon Stock E. Michael P. Chadwick
- Recruitment Mechanisms of Striped Bass and Atlantic Salmon: Comparative Liabilities of Alternative Life Histories Paul J. Rago and C. Phillip Goodyear
- Review of the Components of Recruitment of Pacific Salmon Randall M. Peterman
- Effect of Fall and Winter Instream Flow on Year-Class Strength of Pacific Salmon Evolutionarily Adapted to Early Fry Outmigration: A Great Lakes Perspective John F. Kocik and William W. Taylor
- Effect of Winter Severity on Steelhead Smolt Yield in Michigan: An Example of the Importance of Environmental Factors in Determining Smolt Yield Paul W. Seelbach
- Parent-Progeny Relationship for an Established Population of Anadromous Alewives in a Maine Lake Clement J. Walton
- Review of Recruitment Mechanisms of the American Shad: The Critical Period and Match-Mismatch Hypotheses Reexamined Victor A. Crecco and Thomas Savoy
- Stock-Recruitment Relationship and Compensatory Morality of American Shad in the Connecticut River Ernest Lorda and Victor A. Crecco
- Factors Influencing Recruitment of the Atlantic Species of Anguillid Eels Christopher Moriarty
- Switching Size and Migratory Pattern in Successive Generations of Landlocked Ayu Katsumi Tsukamoto, Rikizo Ishida, Kenji Naka, and Takeshi Kajihara
- Factors Influencing Recruitment and Survival of Mugilids in Estuaries and Coastal Waters of Southeastern Africa Stephen J. M. Blaber
- Speculations on the Evolution of Life History Tactics of the Australian Grayling Tim M. Berra
- Comparisons of Recruitment Variability and Life History Data among Marine and Anadromous Fishes B. J. Rothschild and Gerard T. DiNardo

Future Directions
- Perspectives and New Directions for Research on Diadromous Fishes Roger A. Rulifson
- Abstracts of Poster Papers
- Development of Nursery Systems for Rearing Shortnose Sturgeons T. I. J. Smith, W. E. Jenkins, W. D. Oldland, and R. D. Hamilton
- How are Anadromous Salmonid Life Histories Linked to Freshwater Residency? J. A. Hutchings and D. W. Morris
- Wilder Fish Ladder with a Hydroturbine as a Fish-Attracting Water System A. J. Millette
- Larval Migration of Amphidromous Ayu: Application of Otolith Tagging to a Mark-Recapture Study on Eggs and Larvae K. Tsukamoto, K. Mochizuki, T. Otake, T. Yamazaki, M. Okiyama, and T. Kajihara
- Life History Aspects of the South African Catadromous Mullet A. H. Bok
- Intermediate Salinities Stimulate Growth in a Wild Population of Anadromous Brook Trout P. O. Steele and A. M. Steele
- Thermal Adaptations in Alaskan Chinook and Sockeye Salmon C. V. Burger
- Time-Series Analysis of Discharge, Turbidity, and Juvenile Salmon Outmigration in the Susitna River, Alaska S. S. Hale
- Habitat Suitability Index Curves for Anadromous Fishes J. H. Crance
- Extended Freshwater Residence Prior to Spawning: The Influence of Water Velocity and Temperature on Swimming Capacity and Its Role in Controlling the Upstream Migration of Anadromous Coregonines of James Bay, Quebec L. Bernatchez and J. J. Dodson
- Biochemical and Genetic Analysis of American Shad Migrating into the Chesapeake Bay E. N. Sismour and R. S. Birdsong
- Behavior of Adult Blueback Herring Migrating Upstream through Lock 2 of the Erie Canal W. A. Karp, P. Nealson, D. J. Lispi, and Q. Ross
- Why Do So Few Anadromous Populations Minimize the Energetic Cost of Their Upstream Migrations L. Bernatchez and J. J. Dodson
- Variation in Life History, Ecology, and Resource Utilization by Arctic Char in Scotland S. E. Barbour
- Preliminary Analysis of Life History Strategies in Northern Fishes with Special Reference to Three Species of Ciscoes R. E. Dillinger, Jr., J. M. Green, and T. P. Birt
- Pigmentation, Size, and Upstream Migration of Elvers and Young American Eels in a Coastal Rhode Island Stream A. J. Haro
- The Return of Migration of Adult Atlantic Salmon to the Aberdeenshire Dee, Scotland A. D. Hawkins
- Human Impact on the Diadromous Fish Fauna in the Meuse River Basin: A Historical and Geographical Analysis G. T. Houvenaghel
- Blood Coagulation Is Inhibited in Cold-Adapted Anadromous Brook Trout P. O. Steele and A. M. Steele
- Time of Migration and Growth of Two Introduced Strains of Atlantic Salmon in a Southern New England Stream R. D. Orciari, D. Mysling, and G. Leonard
- Effects of Dietary Hormone Treatments in Reducing Large Variances in Growth Rates of American Eels G. Degani and M. L. Gallagher


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