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3ème Symposium de HydroNet CRSNG en partenariat avec Environnement Illimité inc. et LVM
Date : 9 au 11 avril 2013

Lieu : Delta Centre-ville, 777 University Street, Montréal, Québec

Agenda Presentation

Programme  Presentation
Résumés des Posters
Présentations et Résumés (disponibles en anglais)
Abstract Long-term Variation in Food Sources and Fish Trophic Position in a Natural and Regulated River of Northern Ontario. J.M. Brush, University of Waterloo; K.E. Smokorowski, K.D. Clarke, Fisheries and Oceans Canada; J. Marty, St. Lawrence River Institute; and M. Power, University of Waterloo.
Abstract Nutrient Variability across Diverse Geographical Regions of Canada in Regulated and Reference Rivers.
C. Good, and J.B. Rasmussen, University of Lethbridge.
AbstractFish Living in a Regulated River with Hydro-Peaking Operations have Better Swimming Stress Responses.
S. Harvey-Lavoie, and D. Boisclair, Université de Montréal.
Abstract Comparison of Longitudinal Patterns in Fish Growth Rates between a Regulated and Natural River. B. Kelly, University of Waterloo; K. Smokorowski, Fisheries and Oceans Canada; and M. Power, University of Waterloo.
Abstract Electrofishing versus Visual Surveying Methods for the Estimation of Fish Community Structure.
C.J. Macnaughton, S. Harvey-Lavoie, C. Senay, G. Lanthier, G. Bourque, D. Boisclair and P. Legendre, Université de Montréal.
Abstract Quantifying Fish Avoidance of Small Acoustic Survey Vessels in Canadian Lakes and Reservoirs.
L. Wheeland and G.A. Rose, Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University of Newfoundland.
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