Presentations – Symposia 2015

2015 Symposium Presentations

The following are oral and poster presentations given at the NPAFC International Symposium on Pacific Salmon and Steelhead Production in a Changing Climate: Past, Present, and Future, May 17–19, 2015 in Kobe, Japan, and shared with permission of the authors. These presentations are for educational purposes and do not reflect policy or the positions of the author’s agencies. Presentations are listed in the order given at the Symposium by topic session with oral presentations first, then poster presentations.

Author (*Presenters) Title
Session 1: Migration and survival mechanisms of salmonids during critical periods in their marine life history
Session 1a: Initial Period of Marine Life
Keynote-1 David Welch*, Asea Porter, Erin Rechisky Critical periods in the marine life history of Pacific salmon View
Oral-1 Laurie Weitkamp*, Tom Good, Don Lyons, Dan Roby Avian predation on juvenile salmon: the role of alternative prey and environmental variation, and implications for the future View
Oral-2 Kiyoshi Kasugai*, Hayato Saneyoshi, Tomoya Aoyama, Yoshihito Shinriki, Anai Iijima, Yasuyuki Miyakoshi Migration of juvenile chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) near Kushiro on the southeast coast of Hokkaido, northern Japan View
Oral-3 Sean Hayes*, Jeffrey Harding Blue highways and roadblocks for California Current steelhead stocks View
Oral-4 Mitsuhiro Nagata*, Yasuyuki Miyakoshi, Makoto Fujiwara, Kiyoshi Kasugai, Daisei Ando, Anai Iijima, Mitsuru Torao, Hayato Saneyoshi Adaptive hatchery strategy to moderate the local variation and reduction of Hokkaido salmon in relation to ocean conditions View
Oral-5 Chrys Neville*, Stewart Johnson, Timber Whitehouse, Joe Tadey, Terry Beacham, Cameron Freshwater, Marc Trudel First measures at a population and stock level of early marine migration timing, growth and condition of Fraser River sockeye salmon View
Poster-1 Dale Honeyfield*, James Murphy, Kathrine Howard, Sean Larson, Wesley Strasburger, Lawrence Schaufler, Angela Matz Is there a connection between the essential vitamin, thiamine, and observed decline in Yukon River Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) View
Poster-2 Katherine Dale*, Richard Brodeur, Elizabeth Daly Interannual variability in the diets of subyearling Chinook salmon View
Poster-4 David Huff*, Brian Wells, Brian Burke, William Satterthwaite, Sean Hayes, Jerome Fiechter, Andrew Moore Modeled juvenile Chinook salmon habitat, growth, and survival in the California Current View
Poster-6 Tomohito Shimizu*, Tetsuo Morita, Yoshihisa Yamamoto A trial on water recycling system for hatchery reared chum salmon fry View
Poster-7 Masaya Iida*, Tomoaki Iseki, Yuta Yagi, Satoshi Katayama Occurrence of wild chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) juveniles in the surf zone of a sandy beach, Niigata prefecture, northern Sea of Japan View
Poster-8 Maxim Koval, Sergey Gorin, Ekaterina Lepskaya* Ecological characteristics of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in the Penzhina and Talovka hypertidal estuary (Northwest Kamchatka) View
Poster-9 Ekaterina Lepskaya*, Oleg Tepnin Primary production and growth of Ozernovskaya sockeye salmon in the first month of marine life in western Kamchatka coastal waters View
Poster-10 Nobuto Kaneko*, Natsumi Taniyama, Yu Inatani, Makoto Fujiwara, Mitsuru Torao, Yasuyuki Miyakoshi, Munetaka Shimizu Circulating insulin-like growth factor-I in juvenile chum and pink salmon: relationship with growth rate and changes during downstream and coastal migration in eastern Hokkaido, Japan View
Poster-12 Mitsuhiro Nagata*, Daisei Ando, Makoto Fujiwara, Yasuyuki Miyakoshi Improvement of stocking techniques related to ocean conditions to recover late-run chum salmon being adaptable to warming coastal water View
Poster-14 Mitsuru Torao*, Kiyoshi Kasugai, Mitsuhiro Nagata Migration of juvenile pink salmon Oncorhynchus gorbuscha and their adult return to Nemuro Bay eastern Hokkaido (the southern limit of hatchery programs in Japan) View
Poster-15 Kathrine Howard, James Murphy, Edward Farley* Assessing size-selective mortality of juvenile Yukon River Chinook salmon using retrospective scale analysis View
Poster-18 Ayumi Nakashima*, Satoru Takahashi, Hiromi Itou, Masatoshi Ban Effect of release time and body size of chum salmon fry on adult return rates View
Poster-19 Masatoshi Ban*, Hiromi Itou, Ayumi Nakashima, Iwao Sada, Shuuich Toda, Manabu Kagaya, Yoshinobu Hirama Changes in the nutritional state of chum salmon fry during the outmigration in the river and nearshore ocean View
Session 1: Migration and survival mechanism of salmonids during critical periods in their marine life history
Session 1b: Winter Period
Keynote-2 Katherine Myers*, James Irvine, Elizabeth Logerwell, Shigehiko Urawa, Svetlana Naydenko, Alexander Zavolokin, Nancy Davis Pacific salmon and steelhead: life in a changing winter ocean View
Oral-6 Svetlana Naydenko*, Olga Temnykh Is the winter the critical period of the marine life of Pacific salmon? View
Oral-7 Marc Trudel*, Terry Beacham, James Irvine Is winter a critical period for salmon? A critical review of the critical period hypothesis View
Oral-8 Jamal Moss*, James Murphy, Emily Fergusson, Ron Heintz Energy dynamics and growth of juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea View
Poster-21 Shigehiko Urawa*, Terry Beacham, Shunpei Sato, Toshiki Kaga, Beverly Agler, Ron Josephson, Masa-aki Fukuwaka Origins and biological status of chum salmon wintering in the central Gulf of Alaska View
Poster-22 Joseph Orsi*, Emily Fergusson, Alex Wertheimer, Edward Farley Chinook salmon first year production indicators from ocean monitoring in Southeast Alaska View
Session 2: Climate change impacts on salmonid production and their marine ecosystems
Keynote-3 Ryan Rykaczewski*, Emanuele Di Lorenzo Recent changes in Pacific climate and North American salmon View
Oral-10 James Murphy, Edward Farley*, Jim Ianelli, Diana Stram Distribution, diet and bycatch of chum salmon in the eastern Bering Sea View
Oral-11 Laurie Weitkamp*, William Peterson, Jennifer Fisher, Jay Peterson Trends in the physical forcing and biological response in the northern California Current View
Keynote-4 Suam Kim*, Sukyung Kang, Ju Kyoung Kim, Minkyoung Bang, Chung Il Lee Climate variability and Korean chum salmon production View
Oral-12 Andrey Krovnin*, Boris Kotenev, Nataliya Klovach, George Moury Impact of climatic variability in the Atlantic-Eurasian sector on status of Far East salmon stocks View
Oral-13 Hiromichi Ueno*, Moeko Otani, Mitsuho Oe, Yuxue Qin, Maki Noguchi Aita, Michio Kishi, Masahide Kaeriyama Temporal and spatial variation in growth factors of Pacific salmon View
Oral-14 Toru Nagasawa* Feeding habits plasticity of maturing masu salmon (Oncorhynchus masou) in the Sea of Japan, under the different ages View
Poster-24 Kei Sasaki*, Koji Aisaka, Gen Ogawa, Yoshimi Sato, Nobuaki Watanabe, Toyomitsu Horii Return of adult chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) to the Tohoku Pacific coast reared immediately prior to the Great East Japan Earthquake and tsunami, March 2011 View
Poster-25 Alexander Bugaev*, Oleg Tepnin, Katherine Myers Pacific salmon productivity: potential influence of ocean thermal regimes on juvenile salmon during the first winter at sea View
Poster-26 Tomonori Azumaya*, Shunpei Sato, Shigehiko Urawa, Toru Nagasawa Magnetic force experienced by chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) from the central Bering Sea to the coast of Hokkaido, Japan View
Poster-27 Hitoshi Araki*, Kentaro Morita, Kathleen O’Malley, Itsuro Koizumi, Shunpei Sato, Shouko Kamada, Takashi Kanbe Understanding run-time determination of wild chum salmon in Japan View
Session 3: Retrospective analysis of key salmonid populations as indicators of marine ecosystem conditions
Keynote-5 Alexander Kaev* Status of pink salmon in the Sakhalin-Kuril region in a long-term aspect View
Oral-15 Yukimasa Ishida*, Akihiro Yamada, Kazuya Nagasawa Climate-related changes in fish species composition including chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in northern Japanese waters, inferred from archeological evidence View
Oral-16 Alexander Zavolokin, Vladimir Radchenko* Changes in trophic structure of epipelagic community in the eastern Bering Sea and Pacific waters with an emphasis on Pacific salmon View
Oral-17 Donald McCubbing*, Douglas Braun, Jonathon Moore Pink salmon abundance and steelhead population characteristics – the Yin and Yang of 37 years of interspecies salmonid interactions at the Keogh River, British Columbia View
Keynote-6 Greg Ruggerone*, Brendan Conners, James Irvine, Edward Farley, Beverly Agler, Lorna Wilson, Ellen Yasumiishi Salmon population trends and species interactions in the North Pacific Ocean View
Oral-18 Scott Akenhead*, James Irvine, Kim Hyatt, Stewart Johnson, Susan Grant, Catherine Michielsens Applying metadata clarifies stock-recuit parameters for Fraser River sockeye salmon View
Oral-19 Leon Shaul*, Harold Geiger Effects of climate and competition for ocean prey on size, survival, and reproductive potential of coho salmon returning to the Berners River in Southeast Alaska View
Oral-20 Strahan Tucker*, Mary Theiss, John Morris, David Mackas, William Peterson, John Candy, Terry Beacham, Eric Iwamoto, David Teel, Mike Peterson, Marc Trudel Coastal distribution and consequent factors influencing production of endangered Snake River sockeye salmon View
Poster-29 Bert Lewis, Stewart Grant, Richard Brenner, Toshihide Hamazaki, Leon Shaul* Changes in size and age of Chinook salmon in Alaska
Link to paper: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0130184
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Poster-30 Toshihiko Saito*, Yukihiro Hirabayashi, Kengo Suzuki, Kyuji Watanabe, Hiromi Saito The recent decline of pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) abundance in Japan View
Poster-32 Steve Lindley*, David Huff, Brian Wells, Fei Chai Collapse and recovery of Sacremento River fall-run Chinook salmon: interplay between regional oceanography and weak portfolio effect View
Poster-33 Megan McPhee*, Justin Leon, Jared Siegel, Lorna Wilson, Beverly Agler Causes and consequences of growth variation in female Chinook salmon from western Alaska View
Poster-34 Elena Golub, Olga Temnykh* Current status of stocks of Pacific salmon in Chukotka View
Poster-36 Olga Temnykh*, Alexander Starovoytov, Alexander Figurkin, Olga Maznikova Feeding migration of immature chum salmon in the Okhotsk Sea in 2000s View
Session 4: Application of stock identification and models for salmonid population management
Session 4a: Stock identification development and applications for management
Keynote-7 Lisa Seeb* NPAFC stock identification: past, present, & future View
Oral-21 Shunpei Sato*, Shigehiko Urawa Stock identification and abundance of immature chum salmon in the summer Bering Sea during five survey years using SNP markers View
Oral-22 Terry Beacham*, John Candy, Shunpei Sato, Shigehiko Urawa Microsatellite identification of sockeye salmon rearing in the Bering Sea during 2009-2014 View
Oral-23 William Templin*, Nick DeCovich, Tyler Dann, others, Lisa Seeb, James Seeb Genetic stock identification enables inseason adjustment of harvest View
Poster-38 Te-Hua Hsu, Jin-Chywan Gwo* What causes the drastic loss of genetic variation of critically endangered Formosa landlocked salmon (Oncorhynchus formosanus) in Taiwan? View
Poster-40 Shuichi Kitada*, Reiichiro Nakamichi, Hirohisa Kishino Empirical Bayes FST reveals fine-scale population structure of sockeye salmon in a complex system View
Poster-41 Christine Kondzela, Colby Marvin, Jacqueline Whittle, Hanhvan Nguyen, James Murphy, Edward Farley, Kathrine Howard, Bonnie Borba, William Templin, Jeff Guyon* Inter-annual distribution of Yukon River juvenile chum salmon in the eastern Bering Sea View
Poster-42 Stephen Latham*, Catherine Michielsens, Colin Wallace, Timber Whitehouse, Joe Tadey, Chrys Neville, Marc Trudel Stock identification of Fraser sockeye smolt samples provides marine fisheries managers with more timely and accurate estimates of adult run size View
Poster-43 William Heard* Occurrence and distribution of white-fleshed coho salmon in northern Southeast Alaska View
Poster-45 Nina Shpigalskaya*, Anna Kositsina, Uliana Muravskaya, Oleg Saravansky Using results of genetic identification of juvenile pink salmon for more accurate forecast of spawning runs in the Okhotsk Sea basin View
Poster-47 Oxana Pylganchuk*, Nina Shpigalskaya, Victor Erokhin, Anton Klimov Identification of sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka (Walbaum) populations in Asian part of the species in mixed marine catches of juvenile fish on the base of microsatellite DNA analysis View
Session 4: Application of stock identification and models for salmonid population management
Session 4b: Model development and applications for management
Keynote-8 Randall Peterman* Improving models of Pacific salmonids: drawing upon experience from non-salmonid systems View
Oral-24 Michio Kishi*, Kenta Awa, Takeshi Miwa, Hiromichi Ueno Ecosystem approach for management of artificial release of chum salmon from Japan coupled with NEMURO View
Oral-25 Peter Lawson*, Cheryl Harrison, Andi Stephens Dynamic ocean habitat and the changing distribution of adult Chinook salmon View
Oral-26 Steven Rossi*, Sean Cox Bayesian run reconstruction for Pacific salmon fisheries View
Poster-48 Kengo Suzuki*, Kyuji Watanabe, Yukihiro Hirabayashi, Toshihiko Saito An examination of natural reproduction in Japanese chum salmon using long-term catch and release data View
Session 5: Forecasting salmonid production and linked ecosystems in a changing climate
Keynote-9 Richard Beamish*, Chrys Neville The success of alternate life history strategies may provide clues to the future production of Pacific salmon in a changing climate: A second front…understanding the reasons for trends in above average survival View
Oral-27 Sue Grant*, Bronwyn MacDonald, Catherine Michielsens Fraser River sockeye: productivity, age of maturity, and return forecasts View
Keynote-10 Masahide Kaeriyama*, Yuxue Qin, Hyunju Seo Risk management based on the backcasting approach for conserving Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) and their ecosystems in the North Pacific Ocean under the changing climate View
Oral-28 Joesph Orsi*, Emily Fergusson, Alex Wertheimer, Edward Farley, Philip Mundy Forecasting pink salmon production in Southeast Alaska using ecosystem indicators in times for climate change View