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CRFPO Presentations at the American Fisheries Society 145th meeting, Portland Oregon

Date/Time Room Title (link to Presentation PDF) Session (link to Abstract) Authors (Presenter*)
Monday, August 17, 2015: 3:20 PM B-113 Larval Lamprey Occurrence in a Tidally-Influenced Coastal Stream (6.5MB) Lamprey Biology and Implications for Fisheries Managers Part 1 Gregory Silver*, J.E. Podrabsky, J.C. Jolley and T.A. Whitesel
Tuesday, August 18, 2015: 10:40 AM B-118 Hydropower in the Columbia River: History of Fish Passage Development and Implications for the Mekong River Sustaining Diverse Fisheries in the Mekong Basin David Hand* and John Beeman
Tuesday, August 18, 2015: 11:20 AM B-119 Relationship of Smolt-to-Adult Return Rates to Productivity and Implications for Population Recovery Tailoring Salmonid Life Cycle Models to Answer Population-, Watershed-, and Management-Specific Questions Howard Schaller* and Charlie Petrosky
Tuesday, August 18, 2015: 1:40 PM B-113 How a Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment of Pacific Lamprey Informs Conservation Actions Lamprey Biology and Implications for Fisheries Managers Part 2 Christina Wang* and Howard Schaller
Tuesday, August 18, 2015: 2:20 PM B-113 Occupancy and distribution of larval Pacific lamprey: application of survey methods across multiple habitats and spatial scales Lamprey Biology and Implications for Fisheries Managers Part 2 J.C. Jolley*, J.E. Harris, G.S. Silver, T.A. Whitesel
Tuesday, August 18, 2015: 3:20 PM A-107 Regional Patterns in Spring/Summer Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Juvenile Survival Relative to Smolt-to-Adult Return Rates The Status of Anadromous Salmonid Passage Strategies at Hydroelectric Projects on the Snake and Columbia Rivers Steve Haeseker* and Jerry McCann
Tuesday, August 18, 2015: 3:20 PM B-113 Survival of Larval Lamprey to Electrofishing, Suction Dredging, Anesthesia, and Handling in the Pacific Northwest Lamprey Biology and Implications for Fisheries Managers Part 2 C.T. Uh*, J.C. Jolley, G.S. Silver, T.A. Whitesel
Tuesday, August 18, 2015: 3:40 PM B-113 Density Estimates of Larval Lamprey in the Mainstem Columbia River Lamprey Biology and Implications for Fisheries Managers Part 2 Julianne E Harris* and Jeffrey C. Jolley
Tuesday, August 18, 2015: 4:20 PM C-124 Abundance and Relative Survival of Wild, ESA Listed Juvenile Winter Steelhead in a Tributary to the Lower Clackamas River, Oregon. Interactions between Hatchery and Wild Salmonids – International Understanding of the Risks, Benefits, and Options for Management Part 2 Maureen Kavanagh*
Wednesday, August 19, 2015: 1:20 PM B-113 Hatchery Reform and Our Pacific Region National Fish Hatcheries Managing Challenges and Conflicts with the Wise Use of Fish Hatcheries and Traditional Production Objectives Part 1 Douglas E. Olson*
Wednesday, August 19, 2015: 1:20 PM C-122 Were Bull Trout Successfully Reintroduced into the Wallowa River? (6MB) Reintroduction and Translocation of Salmonids  Timothy A. Whitesel*, Patrick DeHaan, Jeremiah Doyle and Brice Adams
Thursday, August 20, 2015: 9:00 AM B-115 Captive Rearing Environment Effects Bull Trout Phenotype: Implications for Recovery Strategies Determinants of Life History Variations William R. Brignon*, Martin M. Pike, Howard A. Schaller, Carl B. Schreck

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