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Comparative performance of two genetic groups of stocked brook trout in Maine lakes
Forrest R. Bonney
by Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, Fisheries and Hatcheries Division in Augusta, Me
Written in English
|Statement||by Forrest R. Bonney.|
|Series||Final report ;, no. 02-02, Final report (Maine. Division of Fisheries and Hatcheries) ;, no. 02-02.|
|Contributions||Maine. Division of Fisheries and Hatcheries.|
|LC Classifications||QL638.S2 B56 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||2003431265|
Resources Agency provided funding for my studies of Virginia brook trout during and The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, through the Wild Trout Project administered by Dr. Richard Strange and Mr. Jim Habera, also supported two Masters degree students investigating brook trout population genetics in Dr. McCracken's laboratory. The release of hatchery-origin fish into streams with endemics can degrade the genetics of wild populations if interbreeding occurs. Starting in the s, brook trout descendent from wild populations in the northeastern United States were stocked from hatcheries into streams across broad areas of North America to create and enhance fishery sea-studio.com by: 5.
(fertile) brook trout into nine lakes in the Uinta Mountains as a part of this study. In this study, I examined the potential differences in growth and survival (relative performance) of stocked triploid and diploid brook trout. I also developed two models to. Jul 24, · Conservation management of threatened species requires identifying the landscape features that shape population structure. Within river ecosystems, the dendritic nature of river networks and physical barriers, such as waterfalls, can strongly shape population structure. We examined population structure of native brook trout in a river network in northern New Hampshire, USA, Cited by:
Dec 27, · Abstract. The release of hatchery-origin fish into streams with endemics can degrade the genetics of wild populations if interbreeding occurs. Starting in the s, brook trout descendent from wild populations in the northeastern United States were stocked from hatcheries into streams across broad areas of North America to create and enhance fishery sea-studio.com by: 5. for the status of the brook trout resource prompted the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (MD DNR) Inland Fisheries Management Division, which is responsible for management of statewide freshwater sport fish species, to develop a brook trout Fisheries Management Plan (FMP). Partners in this effort include researchers from the University.
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Comparative Abundance, Survival, and Growth of One Wild and Two Domestic Brown Trout Strains Stocked in Michigan Rivers August North American. HATCHERY, LAKE, SIZE AT AGE, STOCKING RATE, TRAPNET, VOLUNTARY BOOK· SURVEY 2 • MCINTIRE POND FISHERY MANAGEMENT INTERIM SUMMARY REPORT NO.
1 () Comparative Performance of Two Genetic Groups· of Stocked Brook Trout in Maine Lakes. Final Report (). Maine Department oflnland Fisheries and sea-studio.com: Forrest R Bonney. continents (Behnke ). Brook trout typically prefer temperatures below 22°C in water with high oxygenation, and are sensitive to acidity preferring a pH range of - (Xu et al.
Smith ). Brook trout are a popular sport fish and have long been supplemented through stocking activities dating back to the ’s. Brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) were stocked into two previously acidic (pH –) Adirondack Mountain lakes, Woods Lake and Cranberry Pond, following liming in June, Author: J.
Fraser. Comparative Abundance, Survival, and Growth of One Wild and Two Domestic Brown Trout Strains Stocked in Michigan Rivers TODD C. WILLS* Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Hunt Creek Fisheries Research Station, Halberg Road.
Genetic relationships and gene flow between resident and migratory brook trout in the Salmon Trout River and stream resident brook trout are not genetically differentiated. Matings are common among members of different genetic groups. Previous article in In a recent status review of Upper Great Lakes brook trout conducted in response to Cited by: 8.
This study compared genetic and morphological divergence in three strains of brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis that were historically or currently used for stocking in the Lake Superior Basin. Herein we examined if morphological divergence among populations showed temporal variation, and if divergence could be attributed to selection or was Cited by: 4.
May 15, · Study site, sample collection and stocking. A total of adult lake trout were sampled in 72 lakes from 10 independently managed and stocked administrative regions across the province of Québec, Canada (Fig.
(Fig.1; 1; Table Table1, 1, Table S4).An exception was the Chaudière-Appalaches and Estrie regions, which were both stocked using the same sea-studio.com by: The brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) is a species of freshwater fish in the char genus Salvelinus of the salmon family Salmonidae.
It is native to Eastern North America in the United States and Canada, but has been introduced elsewhere in North America, as well as to Iceland, Europe, and sea-studio.com: Actinopterygii.
pact, if any, of stocking upon the native brook trout. The brook trout is the only indigenous stream salmonid in Wisconsin; however, brown trout (Salmo trutta) and rainbow gairdneri), as well as brook trout, have been stocked in the state's inland waters since the.
would become functionally eliminated. We stocked M YY Brook Trout in four streams in central Idaho in June ; in two of these streams, the wild Brook Trout population was suppressed via electrofishing prior to stocking to determine if diminishedcompetition with wild fish would increase survival of M YY fish.
Sep 30, · SUSTAINING NEW YORK HERITAGE BROOK TROUT GENETIC DIVERSITY. Sponsoring Institution. Progeny may be from matings within any of these groups or between any two groups. In the final year-three sample of YOY for this project (), the pond pedigrees will mostly contain F1 progeny from stocked fish that bred for the first time inbut may.
brook trout. Sincebrook trout populations in park streams have been included in a multi park evaluation of brook trout genetic relationships that is being conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey, Leetown Science Center. Male brook trout. Management. Comparison of Survival, Emigration, Habitat Use, Marking Mortality, and Growth between Two Strains of Brook Trout in Adirondack Ponds R.
SCOTT CONE* AND CHARLES C. KRUEGER2 Department of Natural Resources. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences — The brook trout stocked into the Reservoir and Laramie Pond were progeny of. Some strains have been reared and stocked for short periods of time to assess survival and growth of strains that had produced good angler fisheries in other states.
Currently two brook trout strains, Assinica and Iron River, are stocked by the DNR. The Assinica strain is generally regarded as being genetically adapted to perform well in lakes. Brook Trout Broodstock Development For further details on M YY Brook Trout broodstock development, see Schill et al.
Phase 1 involved the creation of feminized, genetically male fish (F XY.) Normal fertilized Brook Trout eggs were hatched (winter /) under typical hatchery operations.
At swim-up, fry were split into two groups. One. Genetic Structure and Diversity among Brook Trout from Isle Royale, Lake Nipigon, and Three Minnesota Tributaries of Lake Superior WENDYLEE STOTT* U.S.
Geological Survey, Great Lakes Science Center, Green Road, Ann Arbor, MichiganUSA. Jul 28, · The formation of quadrivalents during meiosis leads to pseudolinkage. This phenomenon is more prevalent within 5 of the 12 ancestral teleost linkage groups in salmonids.
We constructed a genetic linkage map for brook charr and used this in combination with the genetic map from Arctic charr, to make comparisons with the genetic map of rainbow sea-studio.com by: Dec 14, · Eastern brook trout require clean, cold waterways or lakes to thrive, and optimal habitats have become scarce with the loss of cool, forest-shaded stream corridors.
Brook trout also compete with non-native brown trout, which are stocked for angling and have a higher thermal tolerance. Nonnative Brook Trout Salvelinus fontinalis were introduced throughout western North America in the early s, resulting in widespread self-sustaining populations that are difficult to eradicate and often threaten native salmonid populations.
A novel approach for their eradication involves use of YY male (MYY) Brook Trout (created in the hatchery by feminizing XY males and crossing them with Author: Patrick Kennedy, Daniel J.
Schill, Kevin A. Meyer, Matthew R. Campbell, Ninh V. Vu, Michael J. Hanse. Although I am back at school at Colgate University now, I will continue to update the blog to provide more information on what the Henry's Fork Foundation interns got up to this summer.
The second-biggest project we worked on in addition to the Caldera Project tributaries study was collecting brook trout genetic samples for Trout Unlimited.Genetic and phenotypic evidence for splake presence in brook trout and lake trout spawning habitats We analyzed 10 microsatellite loci to genotype putative splake collected from two brook trout spawning tributaries to Lake Superior, known hatchery splake, and Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) lake trout and brook trout hatchery Author: Mackenzie Feringa, Casey Huckins, William Mattes, Edward Baker, Troy Zorn, John Littlefield, Kim Scr.Triploid (sterile) trout potentially offer a more risk-averse option for stocking popular non-native sport fish; however the relative performance (e.g., survival and growth) of triploid versus diploid fish in natural settings is not well understood.
I evaluated the relative performance of triploid versus diploid brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) stocked in high mountain Uinta lakes in Author: Andy Dean.