Presentations – Workshop 2013

2013 Workshop Presentations

The following are oral and poster presentations given at the NPAFC 3rd International Workshop, Migration and Survival Mechanisms of Juvenile Salmon and Steelhead in Ocean Ecosystems, April 25–26, 2013 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, and shared with permission of the authors. These presentations are for educational purposes and do not reflect policy or the positions of the authors’ agencies. Presentations are listed in the order given at the Workshop; oral presentations first, then poster presentations.

Oral Presentations
Author (*Presenters) Title
Regional Reviews
Vladimir I. Radchenko*, Olga S. Temnykh, and Alexander V. Zavolokin Review of studies on Asian juvenile Pacific salmon stocks, 2006–2012 View
Marc Trudel* and Eric Hertz Recent advances in marine juvenile Pacific salmon research in North America View
Topic 1: Seasonal distribution and migration route/timing
Jim Murphy, Katie Howard*, Lisa Eisner, Alex Andrews, Bill Templin, Chuck Guthrie, Keith Cox, Ed Farley Linking abundance, distribution, and size of juvenile Yukon River Chinook salmon to survival in the northern Bering Sea View
Terry D. Beacham*, Richard J. Beamish, John R. Candy, Strahan Tucker, Jamal H. Moss, and Marc Trudel Stock-specific migration pathways and size of juvenile sockeye salmon in British Columbia waters and in the Gulf of Alaska View
Brian Burke*, Jim Anderson, Antonio Baptista Evidence for navigational sensory capabilities of yearling Chinook salmon View
Richard J. Beamish*, Ruston Sweeting, and Chrys Neville Late ocean entry timing provides resilience to populations of Chinook and sockeye salmon in the Fraser River View
Topic 2: Hydrological characteristics, primary production, and prey resources
Bill Peterson and Brian Burke* Oceanographic and ecological indicators for salmon returns in the northern California Current View
Jason L. Hassrick*, William J. Sydeman, Jarrod A. Santora, Sean A. Hayes Coastal association of juvenile Chinook salmon and krill in the northern California Current View
Elan Downey*, Alexandra Eaves, David Ewart, Shannon Anderson, John Duncan, and Sonja Saksida Assessment and management of environmental and health factors affecting early marine survival of hatchery-reared coho salmon in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia, Canada View
Topic 3: Tophic linkages, growth rates, and predation rates
Strahan Tucker*, Mark Hipfner, John Candy, Collin Wallace, Terry Beacham, and Marc Trudel Stock-specific predation of juvenile salmon by rhinoceros auklets (Cerorhinca monocerata) in coastal British Columbia View
Eric Hertz*, Marc Trudel, Rana W. El-Sabaawi, Strahan Tucker, Terry D. Beacham, and Asit Mazumder Interannual and spatial variability in the feeding ecology of juvenile Chinook salmon and effects on survival and growth View
Alexander Zavolokin* Feeding habits, consumption rates, and growth of juvenile salmon in relation to fluctuations of the forage base and salmon abundance View
Topic 4: Ecological interactions among species and populations
Erica Jenkins*, Marc Trudel, Asit Mazumder, John F. Dower, and Rana El-Sabaawi Density-dependent trophic interactions between juvenile pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) and juvenile chum salmon (O. keta) in coastal marine ecosystems of British Columbia and Southeast Alaska. View
Iris M. Kemp*, David A. Beauchamp, Ruston Sweeting, and Carol Cooper Potential for competition among herring and juvenile salmon species in Puget Sound, WA View
Topic 5: Survival rate and survival mechanisms
Kristi M. Miller* and 13 co-authors Are salmon smolts really healthier in years of good ocean productivity? View
Katherine W. Myers*, Nancy D. Davis, Robert V. Walker, and Margaret E. Atcheson Potential mechanisms of ocean mortality of juvenile salmon and steelhead due to ingestion of plastic marine debris View
Michael J. Malick*, Randall M. Peterman, William T. Peterson, and Thomas C. Wainwright Using Bayesian networks to link climate variability, ocean processes, and coho salmon marine survival View
Mara S. Zimmerman*, Thomas Buehrens, and Josh Weinheimer Ecological predictors of marine survival for Washington State coho salmon View
Leon D. Shaul*, Randy Ericksen, Kent Crabtree, and Judy Lum Beyond the estuary: an extension of the nomad life history strategy in coho salmon View
David Welch*, Aswea Porter, Erin Rechisky, Wendell Challenger, and Scott Hinch When is recruitment determined in the marine life history of salmon? – Current evidence from the POST array View
Gregor Passolt and James Anderson* A model linking ocean survival to smolt length View
Jessica A. Miller*, David Teel, Bill P. Peterson, and A. Baptista Assessing the relative importance of local and regional processes on the survival of Snake River spring/summer Chinook salmon View
Jeff Rutter* Change in size: growth or predation? a model to quantify the error in apparent growth View
Ian G. Brosnan* Evaluating the influence of environmental factors on yearling Chinook salmon survival in the Columbia River plume (USA) View
James R. Irvine* and Scott A. Akenhead Is declining sockeye salmon survival the result of competition at sea and declining carrying capacity? View
Greg Ruggerone*, Bev Agler, Lorna Wilson, and Ed Farley Size-selective mortality of Bristol Bay sockeye smolts in relation to smolt characteristics, ocean conditions, and salmon productivity View
Workshop Wrap-up
William Heard Workshop wrap-up comments View
Poster Presentations
Author (*Presenters) Title
Topic 1: Seasonal distribution and migration route/timing
Nina Yu. Shpigalskaya, Uljana O. Muravskaya, Anna I. Kositsina, and Anton V. Klimov (presented by Maxim Koval*) Genetic identification of the Okhotsk Sea juvenile pink salmon mixed-stock aggregations in the course of the early marine period of life View
Charles M. Guthrie III, Scott Vulstek, Hanhvan Nguyen, James Murphy, William Templin, and Jeffrey R. Guyon* Genetic stock composition of juvenile Chinook salmon collected off the mouth of the Yukon River: Are these Yukon River fish? View
Reiichiro Nakamichi*, Hirohisa Kishino, and Shuichi Kitada A novel method to identify key factors of gene regulatory network behind salmonids reproductive behavior using directed graphical modeling View
Alexandra I. Chistyakova, Roman A. Shaporev, and Alexander V. Bugaev* Experience of the use of complex otolith method for identification stocks of juvenile pink and chum salmon in the offshore waters of the Okhotsk Sea during postcatadromous migration View
Igor L. Izergin, Vladimir V. Volobuev*, Lev I. Izergin, Evgeny A. Fomin, and Sergey L. Marchenko Juvenile salmon distribution in the coastal area of the Taui Bay of the Sea of Okhotsk View
Nathan F. Putman*, Kenneth J. Lohmann, Emily M. Putman Thomas P. Quinn, A. Peter Klimley, & David L. G. Noakes Evidence for geomagnetic imprinting as a homing mechanism in Pacific salmon View
Chloe Bracis* and James J. Anderson Oceanic distribution of Chinook salmon inferred from age-specific arrival timing View
Arnold J. Ammann*, David D. Huff, Sean A. Hayes, Jeffery A. Harding, R. Bruce MacFarlane Ocean habitat of juvenile Chinook salmon at the southern end of their range View
Topic 2: Hydrological characteristics, primary production, and prey resources
Jeanette Gann*, Lisa Eisner, and Seth Danielson How do oceanographic characteristics in the northern Bering Sea relate to juvenile salmon biomass? View
Wyatt Fournier* Summer energetic condition of juvenile sockeye salmon in the Gulf of Alaska View
Tomoki Sato*, Kei Sasaki, Masaya Takahashi, and Toru Nagasawa Interannual variations in prey resources during the early ocean life of juvenile chum salmon in four coastal areas around Hokkaido, northern Japan View
Ju Kyoung Kim*, O-Nam Kwon, and Kwan Eui Hong Coastal feeding patterns based on a spatial distribution of released Korean chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta, fingerings View
Topic 3: Tophic linkages, growth rates, and predation rates
Richard D. Brodeur*, Suzan S. Pool, and Todd W. Miller Prey selectivity of juvenile salmon on neustonic mesozooplankton in the northern California Current View
Emily Fergusson*, Molly Sturdevant, Joe Orsi, Ron Heintz, and Ed Farley Jr. Juvenile salmon trophic relationships in Southeast Alaska for warm and cold years View
Mary E. Auburn* and Molly Sturdevant Diet composition and feeding behavior of juvenile salmonids in the northern Bering Sea August–October, 2009–2011 View
Anastasia Morozova (presented by Maxim Koval*) Feeding interactions of juvenile Pacific salmon and other fish species in the coastal epipelagic zone of Kamchatka View
Аnton V. Klimov, Аleksey P. Lozovoy, and Irina V. Zhiganova (presented by Maxim Koval*) Behavioral and biochemical adaptations of juvenile Pacific salmon in the period postcatadromous migration in the Okhotsk Sea View
Topic 4: Ecological interactions among species and populations
Moongeun Yoon*, Syuiti Abe, Ju Kyoung Kim, and Kwan Eui Hong Population structuring of chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta, populations in Far East Asia View
Semyon B. Baranov* The population of chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta in the Anadyr River basin, Chukotka View
Ellen C. Martinson* Early marine growth as an indicator for chum salmon production View
Molly Sturdevant, Emily Fergusson, Joe Orsi*, Rich Brenner,  and Bill Heard Adult pink salmon predation on juvenile salmon and herring in marine waters of Alaska View
Topic 5: Survival rate and survival mechanisms
Shigehiko Urawa* Control of the parasitic flagellate Ichthyobodo salmonis, a causative agent of marine mortalities of juvenile chum salmon View
Kei Sasaki*, Kyuji Watanabe, and Fumihisa Takahashi, Toshihiko Saito Coastal residence of juvenile chum salmon and their adult returns to the Ishikari River, Hokkaido View
Wei Liu*, Bingjie Zhi, Peirong Zhan Effects of salinity on haematological biochemistry and structure of liver tissue in young chum salmon (Oncorhychus keta Walbaum) View
Maxim Koval* and Sergey Gorin Influence of the conditions in the Hairuzova and Belgolovaya estuaries (western Kamchatka) on total Pacific salmon abundance View
Justin M. Leon and Megan V. McPhee* Freshwater growth and recruitment in two western Alaskan populations of Chinook salmon View
Randall M. Peterman* and Brigitte Dorner Implications for research from the widespread decrease in productivity of sockeye salmon populations in western North America View
William Heard*, Jerry Taylor, and Joe Orsi Survival and early marine migration of enhanced age-0 sockeye salmon smolts raised in freshwater and seawater at Auke Creek, Southeast Alaska View
Jeffrey R. Guyon* , Andrew Gray, Adrian Celewycz, Frank Thrower, Taylor Scott, William Heard, and John E. Joyce Long term ocean survival trends of Chinook salmon released at the Little Port Walter Marine Station in Southeast Alaska View
Joe Orsi*, Molly Sturdevant, Emily Fergusson, Bill Heard, and Ed Farley Chinook salmon marine migration and production mechanisms in Alaska View
Michael Kohan*, Joe Orsi, Franz Mueter and Phil Mundy, Megan V. McPhee, Variation in abundance and condition of juvenile chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in response to marine factors in Southeast Alaska View
Kevin D. Friedland*, Bruce R. Ward, David W. Welch, and Sean A. Hayes The effects of post-smolt growth and thermal regime on the marine survival of steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from the Keogh River, BC View
Ruston Sweeting, C. Neville and R. Beamish (presented by Marc Trudel*) The complexity of Chinook salmon View
Topic 6: Survival and salmonid ecology during the first winter at sea
Ed Farley*, Alexander Starovoytov, Svetlana Naydenko, Ron Heintz, Marc Trudel, Charles Guthrie, Lisa Eisner, and Jeffrey R. Guyon Implications of a warming eastern Bering Sea for Bristol Bay sockeye salmon View
Milo Adkison*, Ryan Briscoe, Joshua Robins, Michael Malick, Alex Wertheimer, and S.G. Taylor Marine survival and interspecific interactions of coho salmon in Southeast Alaska View
Joe Orsi*, Molly Sturdevant, Emily Fergusson, Steve Heinl, Scott Vulstek, Jacek Maselko, and John Joyce Connecting the “dots” among coastal ocean metrics and Pacific salmon production in Southeast Alaska, 1997–2012 View
David G. Stormer and Francis Juanes* Overwintering ability of juvenile ocean-type Chinook salmon: effect of water temperature and food deprivation on growth, energetics, and survival View