2 edition of Strategies for rehabilitation of lake trout in the Great Lakes found in the catalog.
Strategies for rehabilitation of lake trout in the Great Lakes
Conference on Lake Trout Research (1983 Goderich, Ont.)
|Statement||edited by Randy L. Eshenroder, Thomas P. Poe, Charles H. Olver.|
|Series||Technical report / Great Lakes Fishery Commission -- no. 40, Technical report (Great Lakes Fishery Commission) -- no. 40.|
|Contributions||Eshenroder, Randy L., Poe, Thomas P., Olver, C. H., Great Lakes Fishery Commission.|
|LC Classifications||SH 36 T4 no.0040|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
conserve and restore the Great Lakes. This Strategy maps out how the Government of Ontario proposes to work with partners, individuals and communities to support the vision of healthy Great Lakes for a stronger Ontario – Great Lakes that continue to be drinkable, swimmable and fishable. Ontario’s Strategy is designed to focus. J. Great Lakes Res. 21 (Supplement 1) Internat. Assoc. Great Lakes Res., Lake Trout Restoration in the Great Lakes: Stock-Size Criteria for Natural Reproduction James H. Selgeby,t Charles R. Bronte,l Edward H. Brown, Jr.,2 Michael J. Hansen,2 Mark E. Holey,3 Jan P; VanAmberg,4 Kenneth M. Muth,S Daniel B. Makauskas,6 Patrick McKee,' David M. Anderson,s C. Paola Ferreri,9 and Cited by:
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STRATEGIES FOR REHABILITATION OF LAKE TROUT IN THE GREAT LAKES: PROCEEDINGS OF A CONFERENCE ON LAKE TROUT RESEARCH, AUGUST edited by RANDY L. ESHENRODER Great Lakes Fishery Commission Ann Arbor, Michigan THOMAS P.
POE Great Lakes Fishery Laboratory Ann Arbor, Michigan CHARLES H. OLVER Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. This revised plan comprises the history of lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) rehabilitation efforts in Lake Erie, overview of current population, impediments to lake trout rehabilitation, new goals and objectives, and management strategies to achieve these new goals.
Get this from a library. Strategies for rehabilitation of lake trout in the Great Lakes: proceedings of a Conference on Lake Trout Research, August [Randy L Eshenroder; Thomas P Poe; Charles H Olver; Great Lakes Fishery Commission.;].
In the Great Lakes, the creation of sanctuaries on the spawning grounds of lake trout Salvelinus namaycush has aided in the rehabilitation of lake trout in Lake Superior and is being used as a. Strategies proposed were conservation of remaining native populations in Lake Superior, introduction to the lower four lakes of lake trout that represent a broad range of genetic diversity, control of sea lamprey populations that use the St.
Marys River, reduction of fishing mortality, re-introduction of native forage fish now extinct in some lakes, establishment of lake trout on off-shore spawning areas, and the creation of new spawning by: Several ecological and cultural reasons favor lake trout rehabilitation in Lake Michigan.
First, from an ecological standpoint, lake trout, as a native species, are well-adapted to the Great Lakes.
Because of their phenotypic diversity, lake trout are capable of using the wide variety ofFile Size: KB. Lake trout Salvelinus namaycush, the native keystone predator of the upper Great Lakes, were extirpated from Lake Huron in the s.
From tomore than 42 million yearling-equivalent. agencies involved in rehabilitation of Lake Huron lake trout populations. The LHC requested that the guide contain: l Information on preferred strains for stocking l Relevant findings from the International Conference on Restoration of Lake Trout in the Laurentian Great Lakes (RESTORE) l Proposed refuges l Requirements for early life-history File Size: 1MB.
Evidence supports the hypothesis that the choices of appropriate lake trout strain and stocking locations enhance the survival of lake trout stocked into the Great Lakes. Genetic strategies proposed for lake trout rehabilitation include conservation of genetic diversity in remnant stocks, matching of strains with target environments, stocking a greater variety of lake trout phenotypes, and rehabilitation of.
Strategies for rehabilitation of lake trout in the Great Lakes: Proceedings of conference on lake trout research, August Series title: Technical Report: Series number: Year Published: Language: English: Publisher: Great Lakes Fishery Commission: Contributing office(s) Great Lakes Science Center: Description: 63 p.
First page: 0. The most effective management strategies are those conducive to observation and measurement, thereby strengthening future decision-making processes.
In the development of this Strategy, the LMC drew from technical recommendations provided in the Guide to advance lake trout rehabilitation within a realistic time Size: KB.
—Lake trout Salvelinus namaycush, the native keystone predator of the upper Great Lakes, were extirpated from Lake Huron in the s. From tomore than 42 million. Over the past 40 years, efforts to rehabilitate lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) populations in Lake Michigan have met with minimal success.
Suspected impediments include inadequate numbers of stocked fish, suboptimal stocking practices, excessive mortality from sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) and fishing, and interactions between lake trout and native and non-native species.
Inthe Great Lakes Fishery Commission produced "A Brook Trout Rehabilitation Plan for Lake Superior", which provided a framework for Brook Trout rehabilitation efforts in Lake Superior.
Strategies to reduce stocking were not even considered in rehabilitation strategies on some of the Great Lakes; rather rehabilitation plans called for numerous experiments to optimize survival of stocked lake trout and potential reproduction by adults (Johnson et al.
Eshenroder et al.Bronte et al.Markham ).File Size: KB. The strategy for Lake Trout restoration was revised in based on encouraging information about the ecosystem and status of Lake Trout (Schneider et al. The revision was presented to GLFC’s LOC inhas since been the operational guide for Lake Trout restoration (Lantry et al.
a), and hereafter, is referred to as the Size: KB. Management focused on native ecosystem rehabilitation may foster the return of these fish as abundant members of Great Lakes food webs, and recent basinwide restrictions on length and catch limits. The loss of genetic diversity among wild lake trout stocks in the Great Lakes imposes a severe constraint on lake trout rehabilitation.
The objective of this synthesis is to address whether the particular strain used for stocking combined with the choice of stocking location affects the success or failure of lake trout rehabilitation. The Great Lakes Salmon and Trout Fishing book, Essential Tactics and Seasonal Strategies by Dan Keating covers the latest cutting edge tactics as well as time proven methods to catch Salmon and Trout.
The book has information on how to locate and catch: Coho Salmon, Chinook Salmon, Steelhead, Brown Trout and Lake Trout trolling the Great Lakes. The Death and Life of the Great Lakes is an engaging, vitally important work of science journalism.” - Eva Holland, The Globe and Mail “The Death and Life of the Great Lakes reads like a mystery Egan knows how to pare a story to its most interesting elements.
Having finished the book, I immediately started over.”Cited by: 6. sample hatchery lake trout as part of regular disease monitoring, a critical component of the lake trout rehabilitation program. The Fish and Wildlife Service releases lake trout in lakes Michigan and Huron, generally in the spring when the fish are 14 to 18 months old and average between 6 and 7 inches in length.
InFish and.J. Great Lakes Res. 21 (Supplement 1) Internal. Assoc. Great Lakes Res., Genetic Strategies for Lake Trout Rehabilitation: a Synthesis Mary K. Burnham-Curtis; Charles C. Krueger,2 Donald R. Schreiner,3 James E. Johnson,4 Thomas J. Stewart,S Ross M.
Horrall,6 Wayne R. MacCallum,' Roger Kenyon,8 and Robert E. Lange9 lNational Biological Service, Great Lakes Cited by: The loss of genetic diversity among wild lake trout stocks in the Great Lakes imposes a severe constraint on lake trout rehabilitation.
The objective of this synthesis is to address whether the particular strain used for stocking combined with the choice of stocking location affects the .