Fisheries, Physiology & Behavior

  Assessing the impacts of hydrokinetic turbines on fishes in Alaska 
   Behavior and migration of Atlantic halibut
   Causes and ecological consequences of hatchery chum salmon straying in Southeast Alaska
 CFOS logo  Collective navigation during the spawning migrations of Pacific salmon
 CFOS logo Development and calibration of bioelectrical impedance analysis as a measure of energetic status of arctic grayling
 CFOS logo  Dispersal Patterns and Summer Ocean Distribution of Adult Dolly Varden Char in the Chukchi Sea, evaluated with pop-up satellite tags
 CFOS logo  Early marine ecology and regional discrimination of chum salmon
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 Ecological causes and consequences of straying: stress and competition on the spawning grounds between wild and hatchery-produced chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta)

This project investigates how stress encountered during development may influence straying rates of hatchery reared chum salmon, and how stress affects spawning behaviors of hatchery and wild adults in a natural environment.

 CFOS logo  Electrofishing Theory and Practice
 CFOS logo  End-to-end fish model
 CFOS logo  Lamprey diet and its impact on pollock and on incidental catch from groundfish fisheries
   Migration and behavior of Dolly Varden in the Beafort Sea, examined with pop-up satellite tags
   Pacific halibut migration and behavior
 CFOS logo  Movements, site fidelity, and activity of northern pike in Minto Lake, Alaska.
 CFOS logo  Multi-scale movement of demersal fishes in Alaska
 CFOS logo  Oceanic Dispersal and Behavior of Chinook Salmon in the Bering Sea
 CFOS logo  Spawning coho salmon habitat associations in Susitna River tributaries, Alaska
 CFOS logo  Temperature, phenology, and embryo survival in Western Alaska sockeye salmon populations: the potential for adaptation to a warming world?
 CFOS logo  Using pop-up satellite archival tags for understanding Pacific halibut movement in and around Glacier Bay National Park
 CFOS logo Vertical movement patterns and habitat use of burbot in Tanada and Copper Lakes, Alaska

 

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