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2019 GA AFS Annual Meeting Program, Tuesday February 5 2019. 10 00 4 00 Registration, 1 00 1 10 Welcome Opening Comments Carolyn Belcher. 1 10 1 30 State of the State Freshwater Matt Thomas. 1 30 1 50 State of the State Marine Carolyn Belcher. SESSION 1 STUDENT PRESENTATIONS, Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide Treatment on Hatching Success on. 1 55 2 10 Guy Eroh, Walleye Eggs Infected with Saprolegnia spp. Effects of a Novel Cyanotoxin on Swimming Performance of. 2 10 2 25 Alex Pelletier, Largemouth Bass, Thermal and Low Oxygen Tolerance of a Southern Population of.
2 25 2 40 Daniel Lleras, Striped Bass Morone saxatilis. Growth rates of juvenile Atlantic Sturgeon in the Altamaha River. 3 00 3 15 Catlyn Chapman, Overwinter Habitat Use and the Influence of Flow on Recruitment. 3 15 3 30 Nathaniel Hancock, of Juvenile Gulf Sturgeon in the Apalachicola River FL. Dorsal scute development in Acipenser fulvescens in different. 3 30 3 45 Rachael Hicks, environmental calcium concentrations. Using Side scan Sonar to Quantify the Spawning Runs of Atlantic. 3 45 4 00 Cortney Bunch, Sturgeon in the Altamaha River System Georgia.
4 15 5 15 BUSINESS MEETING, 5 15 7 00 DINNER ON YOUR OWN. The Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. www gaafs org, 2019 GA AFS Annual Meeting Program, Tuesday continued February 5 2019. POSTER PRESENTATIONS AND SOCIAL, 7 00 10 00 Social including poster presentations. 7 00 8 00 Poster Presentations, Comparing otoliths and scales to age Bartram s Bass A Savannah. Jon Blalock, River endemic, The Molecular Evolution of the DNA Methyltransferase Gene.
Karen Bobier, Family in Fishes, Patterns of Imperilment within Georgia s Rare Fishes Caroline Cox. The Southern Appalachian Snorkeling Trail Preserving Water. Caroline Cox, Quality in Appalachian Communities by Promoting Native Fishes. Analysis of ontogenetic shifts in diet habits of the invasive blue. Derrick Frondarina, catfish from the Altamaha River GA. Growth of Nile Tilapia Fingerlings Fed Organic Diets Containing. Yeast and Soybean Meal as Replacements for Fish Meal. Population assessment of brown trout and rainbow trout along a. Ariel Nunez, regulated section of the Chattahoochee River. Reach and microhabitat scale habitat selection in Coastal Plain. Hayley Robinson, Using Photo identification to Assess Wintering Populations of.
Mischa Schultz, White Sharks in Mossel Bay South Africa. Spatial Variation in Fish Communities within the Hiwassee River. Hannah Walker, The Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. www gaafs org, 2019 GA AFS Annual Meeting Program, Wednesday February 6 2019. 7 45 8 30 Fellowship of Christian Conservationists. 8 00 4 00 Registration, SESSION 2 STUDENT PRESENTATIONS. Movement Patterns During the Spawning Season of Sicklefin. 8 50 9 05 Caroline Cox, Redhorse in Brasstown Creek Georgia.
Estimation of population parameters of Sicklefin Redhorse. 9 05 9 20 Angela Hsiung, Moxostoma sp in Brasstown Creek Georgia. Assessing supply and demand of trout in north Georgia under. 9 20 9 35 Jenna Haag, current and projected thermal regimes. Regional effects of land use on growth of brown bullhead. 9 35 9 50 Taylor Harof, catfish in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. The Movement of Redbreast Sunfish and Green Sunfish in. 10 10 10 25 Savannah Wells, Fragmented Habitats, Using instream stationary antennas to monitor the. 10 25 10 40 William Commins, movements of warm water fishes.
Efficacy of Biofouling Mitigation Methods for Floating Cage. 10 40 10 55 Production of Southeastern Triploid Eastern Oysters Shannon Kirk. Crassostrea virginica, A Cautionary Tail Attempting to Estimate Survival of Gag. 10 55 11 10 Grouper Mycteroperca microlepis in the Gulf of Mexico Using Gina Alvarez. Acoustic Telemetry, Improving Bathymetric Estimates Using Kalman Filtering and Wesley Gerrin. 11 10 11 25, Distance Analysis, LUNCH Catered, The Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. www gaafs org, 2019 GA AFS Annual Meeting Program, Wednesday continued February 6 2019. SESSION 3 GEORGIA S RIVERKEEPERS SYMPOSIA, 1 05 1 20 Coal ash In Georgia what is it where it is and why it s in the.
Jen Hilburn, 1 20 1 35 Protecting the Chattahoochee with water quality monitoring Jason Ulseth. Jesse Demonbreun, 1 35 1 50 Restoring the trust in environmental trust funds. Georgia instream flow policy a brief history and, 2 10 2 25 Gordon Rogers. consequences, An overview of research collaborations between Ogeechee. 2 25 2 40 Damon Mullis, Riverkeeper and other organizations.
Improving Relationships Between Fisheries Managers and. 2 40 2 55 Anna Laws, Nonprofit Leaders, Habitat restoration in the Satilla River estuary by closing. 3 15 3 30 Laura Early, obsolete navigation cuts, 3 30 3 45 Cutoff bend restoration on the Savannah River Tonya Bonitatibus. Daily GA EPD sewage spills report how that happened what s. 3 45 4 00 John Quarterman, in them and what to do about them. 4 00 4 30 PANEL DISCUSSION RIVERKEEPERS, 6 00 8 00 AWARDS BANQUET AND ANNUAL RAFFLE. The Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. www gaafs org, 2019 GA AFS Annual Meeting Program, Thursday January 25 2018.
SESSION 4 PROFESSIONAL TALKS, Georgia s intertidal oyster and artificial reefs an aerial perspective. 9 05 9 20 Cameron Brinton, on spatial and geomorphological change. Modeling distribution of endemic Bartram s Bass congeners and. 9 20 9 35 Brandon Peoples, hybrids in the Savannah River basin. Behavioral variation across sexes in an isolated Shoal Bass. 9 35 9 50 Amy Cottrell, population, Shoal Bass Conservation Watershed Protection through the ACF. 9 50 10 05 Vance Crain, Threats Assessment An Innovative Decision Making Support Tool.
Using Specialized Anglers to Assess a Trophy Florida Bass Fishery in. 10 25 10 40 Tim Bonvechio, Calling Panther Lake Mississippi. 10 40 10 55 Current Trends for Trophy Bass Management Greg Grimes. 10 55 11 10 Reservoir Habitat Enhancement in Georgia Scott Robinson. 11 10 11 20 CLOSING COMMENTS, The Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. www gaafs org, ORAL PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS, SESSION 1 STUDENTS. Effects of hydrogen peroxide treatment on hatching success on Walleye eggs infected with. Saprolegnia spp, Guy D Eroh GA Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Warnell School. of Forestry and Natural Resources University of Georgia Athens GA Email gderoh uga edu. Cecil A Jennings US Geological Survey GA Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Warnell School. of Forestry and Natural Resources University of Georgia Athens GA Email jennings uga edu. Fungal infections of walleye eggs have been implicated in instances of poor hatching success experienced. by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources In the spring of 2018 this issue was investigated to. evaluate the effectiveness of various hydrogen peroxide treatment regimens on fungal Saprolegnia spp. growth on incubating walleye eggs and resulting hatching success Three hydrogen peroxide. concentrations 100 ppm 250 ppm or 500 ppm and two exposure frequencies once or twice daily were. tested There were three replicates of each treatment combination and each was assigned randomly to. individual hatching units In addition there were three control units that did not receive hydrogen. peroxide The number of eyed eggs and hatched fry were enumerated and used to calculate the percent. hatch and percent eyed hatched eyed eggs Results of analysis of variance showed that treatment. concentration significantly affected hatching success of the eggs p 0 000089 and that treatment. frequency p 0 26 and the interaction between the two factors p 0 48 did not Hatching success of. walleye eggs among various treatment concentrations ranged from 0 03 to 26 48 the percent of eggs. to reach the eyed stage ranged from 0 05 to 56 19 The mean hatching success of the 100 ppm. treatments 26 48 4 52 were significantly higher than all other treatments 0 ppm 6 46 3 04 250. ppm 6 24 1 05 500 ppm 0 03 0 01 Results of the eyed success were similar 0 ppm 11 82. 6 70 100 ppm 56 19 8 04 250 ppm 9 74 2 28 500 ppm 0 05 0 03 None of the other. treatment concentrations differed significantly from one another all p 0 05 This information will be. useful to GADNR s walleyes stocking program and help to improve fishing opportunities for walleye. anglers in the state, The Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society.
www gaafs org, Effects of a novel Cyanotoxin on swimming performance of Largemouth Bass. Alexander R Pelletier Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources University of Georgia. 180 E Green Street Athens GA 30605 Email arp06097 uga edu Phone 978 987 3699. Dr Susan B Wilde Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources University of Georgia. 180 E Green Street Athens GA 30605, Dr Robert Bringolf Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources University of Georgia. 180 E Green Street Athens GA 30605, The recently described cyanobacteria Aetokthonos hydrillicola Ah produces a formally undescribed. neurotoxin known as Ah toxin This toxin was recently linked to the neurological condition in birds called. vacuolar myelinopathy VM Birds amphibians reptiles and fish develop VM by consuming Ah colonized. hydrilla Hydrilla verticillata or through food chain transfer by consuming herbivorous prey that consume. hydrilla Ah Symptoms of VM include motor impairment seizures and death Because many fishes in Ah. contaminated reservoirs use hydrilla beds as a habitat sanctuary and as foraging grounds we suspect that. game fish may also be exposed to Ah toxin However the effects of Ah toxin in wild fishes remain mostly. unknown We investigate 1 whether Ah toxin can bioaccumulate in largemouth bass Micropterus. salmoides through trophic transfer from prey fish and 2 whether largemouth bass exhibit clinical signs. of motor impairment when exposed to Ah toxin We fed Ah hydrilla material to an omnivorous fish. tilapia Oreochromis sp for five days after which time we fed the exposed tilapia to largemouth bass for. up to fourteen days We then evaluated burst swimming performance for largemouth bass fed control. tilapia clean hydrilla diet and treatment tilapia Ah hydrilla diet in a Brett type swim chamber These. results will provide valuable information about the risk for trophic transfer of Ah toxin and effects on. motor function in game fish, The Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. www gaafs org, Thermal and low oxygen tolerance of a southern population of Striped Bass Morone saxatilis.
Daniel Lleras Department of Biological Sciences P O Box 8042 Georgia Southern University. Statesboro GA 30460 Email dl02508 georgiasouthern edu. Johanne Lewis Department of Biological Sciences P O Box 8042 Georgia Southern University. Statesboro GA 30460, Climate change projections estimate a 2 3 C increase in water temperatures by the end of the century. The amount of habitat with suitable temperature and oxygen concentration for aquatic organisms will. also be reduced Striped bass Morone saxatilis inhabiting the rivers in Southeastern Georgia make an. interesting study system as they do not participate in summer coastal migrations typical of their northern. conspecifics Instead fish in this southern population remain in freshwater environments that experience. warming and decreases in dissolved oxygen The present study aims to determine the thermal and low. oxygen tolerance of juvenile striped bass collected from southeast Georgia through the measurement of. aerobic metabolic scope AMS and critical oxygen tension Pcrit respectively Fish will be acclimated to. one of four experimental temperatures 20 25 30 and 33 C representing the range of temperatures. typical of the natural environment in the summer as well as the anticipated increase in temperature due. to climate change 33 C Additionally tissue samples plasma liver and muscle will be analyzed for. glucose glycogen and lactate levels to assess the metabolic state of the fish Preliminary observations. indicate fish acclimated to 30 and 33 C have reduced performance lower AMS and low oxygen tolerance. higher Pcrit value The findings of this study will determine the ability of southern populations of striped. bass to tolerate the challenge of an increasingly warming environment and will provide valuable. information for government agencies to guide location selection for future stocking efforts. The Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. www gaafs org, Growth rates of juvenile Atlantic Sturgeon in the Altamaha River Georgia. Catlyn V Chapman University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry Natural Resources Athens GA. Email cvc14612 uga edu, Michael A Baker University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry Natural Resources Athens GA. Adam G Fox University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry Natural Resources Athens GA. Over the last century Atlantic Sturgeon Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchus have suffered major population. declines as a result of human activities especially the construction of dams and unsustainable fisheries. As a result the species was listed as endangered in 2012 Much of what is known about Atlantic Sturgeon. comes from northern populations but the species is known to demonstrate a latitudinal variation in many. The Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society www gaafs org 2019 GA AFS Annual Meeting Program Tuesday continued February 5 2019 POSTER PRESENTATIONS AND SOCIAL

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