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

PS 37 - Aquatic Ecology

Tuesday, August 3, 2010: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall A, David L Lawrence Convention Center
Influence of navigational lock and dam structures on their adjacent benthic fish communities
David G. Argent, California University of Pennsylvania; William G. Kimmel, California University of Pennsylvania
Effects of stream flow and larval age on black fly growth rates
Michelle Brannin, Saint Joseph's University; Mary Kate O'Donnell, Saint Joseph's University; Jonathan Fingerut, Saint Joseph's University
Impacts of stocking trout on resident fish and benthic macroinvertebrates in streams in Northeastern PA
Jamie L. Rafter, University of Rhode Island; Garrett E. Barr, King's College
Fish-habitat connections in streams of three basins in Brazil: Convergence in space use and key microhabitats
Renato M. Romero, Unesp; Lilian Casatti, Sao Paulo State University; José Sabino, Universidade para o Desenvolvimento do Estado e da Região do Pantanal - UNIDERP
Wrack ecology along Hudson River shorelines: Decomposition rates and use by invertebrates
Cornelia Harris, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; David L. Strayer, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Stuart E.G. Findlay, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies; Gary S. Kleppel, SUNY Albany
Positive feedback favors an invasive macrophyte
Rebecca A. Urban, Lebanon Valley College; John E. Titus, Binghamton University; Heidi H. Natel, Binghamton University
Seasonal distribution of contaminants in the lower Mississippi River in areas of Port Gibson and Natchez, MS
Mary Davis, Alcorn State University; Alex D. W. Acholonu, Alcorn State University
Water quality of surface waters of Houston and Galveston, TX one year after hurricanes Gustav and Ike
Latasha Owens, Alcorn State University; Alex D. W. Acholonu, Alcorn State University
How does coverage influence the community structure of a pasture stream? Evidences from a field experiment in Brazil
M. Ceneviva-Bastos, Sao Paulo State University; L. Casatti, Sao Paulo State University; L. C. Marques, Sao Paulo State University
Warmer temperatures help an invasive harmful cyanobacterium outcompete native phytoplankton
Caitlin N. Ryan, Texas Tech University; Mridul K. Thomas, Michigan State University; Elena Litchman, Michigan State University
Sediment characteristics and accumulation rates in ponds of the Brandywine watershed
Andrew S. Brainard, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry; G. Winfield Fairchild, West Chester University; Gary W. Coutu, West Chester University; Christopher Robinson, GIS/Database Consultant
Why is the Green River green?  Nutrient limitation of algal biomass accrual in the Upper Green River, Kentucky
Mary Douglas Penick, Western Kentucky University; Albert J. Meier, Western Kentucky University; Scott Grubbs, Western Kentucky University
Effects of stream acidification and predation risk on the diet of Appalachian brook crayfish Cambarus bartonii
Stephen Chervenyak, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania; Alicia Helfrick, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania; Theo Light, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
Ecological characteristics of the Rio Cupeyes
Stefanie L. Whitmire, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez; William H. McDowell, University of New Hampshire; Tania Burgos, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez
Mitigating for the loss of marine nutrients from salmon: Ecological effects of salmon carcass and analog additions to headwater aquatic and terrestrial systems in Idaho, USA
Mark S. Wipfli, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Amy M. Marcarelli, Michigan Technological University; Katy L. Kavanagh, Texas A&M University; Gregg Servheen, Idaho Department of Fish and Game; Scott F. Collins, Idaho State University; Laura A. Felicetti, Washington State University; Scott T. Florin, Washington State University; Colden V. Baxter, Idaho State University; Tadd Wheeler, University of Idaho
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