95th ESA Annual Meeting (August 1 -- 6, 2010)

COS 48 - Aquatic Ecology: Streams and Rivers

Wednesday, August 4, 2010: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
330, David L Lawrence Convention Center
Peter A. Kish
8:00 AM
Fish health and community assemblage during drought in lower Zambezi tributaries
Ayron M. Strauch, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Christine C. Jost, International Livestock Research Institute
8:20 AM
Ecology of tropical freshwater fish assemblages in the Osa Peninsula and southwestern Costa Rica
Michael R. Monfredi, Kent State University; Helena Molina-Urena, La Universidad de Costa Rica; Mark W. Kershner, Kent State University; Oscar J. Rocha, Kent State University
8:40 AM
Evaluating temporal changes of native fish assemblages in a San Francisco Bay watershed: The influence of land use change and a novel introduction
Kristina M. Cervantes-Yoshida, University of California, Berkeley; Robert A. Leidy, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Stephanie M. Carlson, University of California, Berkeley
9:00 AM
Limits on salmon spawning in coarse-bedded rivers
Brandon T. Overstreet, University of Wyoming; Clifford S. Riebe, University of Wyoming; John K. Wooster, Stillwater Sciences; Frank K. Ligon, Stillwater Sciences
9:20 AM
Effect of rate of change during diel temperature fluctuations on growth, acute and chronic stress, and pathology of multiple warm water fish species
William Eldridge, Stroud Water Research Center; Bern Sweeney, Stroud Water Research Center; Mac Law, North Carolina State University
9:40 AM
9:50 AM
Beaver-dam alterations of fish assemblages in coastal watersheds: Implications of fragmentation on ecosystem function
Joseph M. Smith, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Martha E. Mather, University of Massachusetts; Robert M. Muth, University of Massachusetts; John T. Finn, University of Massachusetts
10:10 AM
Stream macroinvertebrate secondary production dynamics along an urban development gradient
Robert C. Johnson, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Hwa-Seong Jin, University of Louisville; Margaret M. Carreiro, University of Louisville; Jeffrey D. Jack, University of Louisville
10:30 AM
Local, watershed, and landscape inputs into the link between headwater fish population dynamics and variability in downstream fish abundance
Karl M. Polivka, PNW Research Station USDA Forest Service; Elizabeth C. Green, Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit; Rita L. Bennett, PNW Research Station USDA Forest Service
10:50 AM
Consequences of ex-urban development: Evaluating the landscape, local, and sociological effects on salamander occupancy
Kristen K. Cecala, University of Georgia; John C. Maerz, University of Georgia
11:10 AM
Bat foraging activity and the aquatic community
Kate E. Miller, Wesleyan University; Barry Chernoff, Wesleyan University