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(2) Steelhead Harvest Vulnerability

Using the Internet to Understand Angler Behavior in the Information Age*
Dustin R. Martin, Brenda M. Pracheil, Jason A. DeBoer, Gene R. Wilde & Kevin L. Pope

Influence of behavior and mating success on brood-specific contribution to fish recruitment in ponds*
JOSEPH J. PARKOS III, DAVID H. WAHL, AND DAVID P. PHILIPP

Draft Alsea River Steelhead angler harvest vulnerability*
David L. G. Noakes, Marc Johnson & Ryan B. Couture

(3) Behavior of Reproductively Sterile Steelhead

Managing Adult Hatchery Summer Steelhead for a Recreational Fishery with Reduced Hatchery and Wild Interactions
Eva M Schemmel

(5) Pressure shock induction of triploid Rainbow Trout

Pressure Schock Induction of Triploid Rainbow Trout
Ryan Couture, Tim Schamber, Anitra Firmenich, Craig Banner

(9) Migration and Behavior of Coastal Steelhead

Survival and behavior of juvenile steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in two estuaries in Oregon, USA*
Jeremy D. Romer, Camille A. Leblanc, Shaun Clements, Jayde A. Ferguson, Michael L. Kent, David Noakes, Carl B. Schreck

(10 & 15) Reproductive Fitness

Genetic Effects of Captive Breeding Cause a Rapid, Cumulative Fitness Decline in the Wild Hitoshi Araki, et al.*

Genetic adaptation to captivity can occur in a single generation*
Mark R. Christie, Melanie L. Marine, Rod A. French, and Michael S. Blouin

Supportive breeding boosts natural population abundance with minimal negative impacts on fitness of a wild population of Chinook salmon*
MAUREEN A. HESS, CRAIG D. RABE, JASON L. VOGEL, JEFF J. STEPHENSON, DOUG D.
NELSON and SHAWN R. NARUM

Genetic structure, migration, and patterns of allelic richness among coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) populations of the Oregon coast*
Marc A. Johnson and Michael A. Banks

Nest site selection and spawning by captive bred Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, in a natural stream*
Robert J. Scotta, Ryanne Kosicka, Marie Clementa, David L.G. Noakes & F. William H. Beamish

(11) Non-genetic Material Effects on growth and migration

The Importance of Egg Size and Social Effects for Behaviour of Arctic Charr Juveniles*
Camille A.-L. Leblanc, David Benhaı¨m_, Broddi R. Hansen, Bjarni K. Kristja´ nsson & Sku´ li Sku´ lason

2006 International Charr Symposium, Reykjavik, Iceland
David L. G. Noakes

Charr truth: sympatric differentiation in Salvelinus species
David L. G. Noakes

The Importance of Egg Size for Diversity of Salmonids
Camille A. Leblanc

(12) Sexual Differentiation and Development

Exposure of Elevated Temperature During Early Development Affects Sexual Development in Oncorhynchus mykiss
Kathleen S. Cole, David L. G. Noakes, Neil Thompson, Michael Blouin, Bruce Morrison and Carl B. Schreck

A noninvasive technique for determining sex of live adult North American sturgeons*
Paul Vecsei, Matthew K. Litvak, David L.G. Noakes, Tom Rien & Martin Hochleithner

(13) Coho Mate Choice Selection

Reduced reproductive success of hatchery coho salmon in the wild: insights into most likely mechanisms
VE´ RONIQUE THE´ RIAULT, GREGORY R. MOYER, LAURA S. JACKSON, MICHAEL S.
BLOUIN and MICHAEL A. BANKS

(14) Early Natal Stream Imprinting

A Review of Adult Salmon and Steelhead Straying with an Emphasis on Columbia River Populations
Matthew L. Keefer & Christopher C. Caudill

Physiological mechanisms of imprinting and homing migration in Pacific salmon Oncorhynchus spp.*
H. Ueda

(14) Geomagnetic Imprinting

Geomagnetic imprinting: A unifying hypothesis of long-distance natal homing in salmon and sea turtles
Kenneth J. Lohmann, Nathan F. Putman, and Catherine M. F. Lohmann

Evidence for Geomagnetic Imprinting as a Homing Mechanism in Pacific Salmon*
Nathan F. Putman, Kenneth J. Lohmann, Emily M. Putman, Thomas P. Quinn, A. Peter Klimley, and David L.G. Noakes

Animal Navigation: A Map for All Seasons
James L. Gould

An Inherited Magnetic Map Guides Ocean Navigation in Juvenile Pacific Salmon
Nathan F. Putman, Michelle M. Scanlan, Eric J. Billman, Joseph P. O’Neil, Ryan B. Couture, Thomas P. Quinn, Kenneth J. Lohmann, and David L.G. Noakes

(16) Saltwater Transfer Diet

Accelerated Smoltification Through Diet Enrichment
Ryan Couture, Brandon Haggas, Shaun Clements, David Noakes, Carl Schreck, Jong Hyun Kim, Bjarni K. Kristjansson, Steve Boggio

Increased Seawater Survival and Contribution to the Fishery of Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus Tshawytscha) by supplemental dietary salt
W.S. Zaugg, D.D. Roley, E.F. Prentice, K.X. Gores and F.W. Waknitz

(18) Reproductive behavior and breeding success of jack and adult male Chinook salmon

Mating success of alternative male phenotypes and evidence for negative frequency-dependent selection in chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha
Barry A. Berejikian, Donald M. Van Doornik, Rob C. Endicott, Timothy L. Hoffnagle, Eugene P. Tezak, Megan E. Moore, and Jeffery Atkins

(20) Surrogate Rearing

Wild Spring Chinook Surrogate Project Literature Review
Julia R. Unrein, Rob Chitwood, David L. G. Noakes and Carl B. Schreck

(21) Stable Isotopes (fish mucus)

Mucus: a new tissue fraction for rapid determination of fish diet switching using stable isotope analysis*
M. Robbins Church, Joseph L. Ebersole, Kirk M. Rensmeyer, Ryan B. Couture, Frederic T. Barrows, and David L.G. Noakes

Salmon diets are skin deep – Health clues may be revealed in what fish are eating

(22) Otolith micro-chemistry & micro-structure

Summary Report for Proceedings of the Otolith Workshop, Oregon Hatchery Research Center, October 25-26, 2012
Benjamin J. Clemens & David L. G. Noakes

Statistical analysis on otolith data of anadromous fishes*
Yongwen Gao, Robert Conrad, David Bean & David L. G. Noakes

Chemical signatures of otoliths and application in fisheries*
Yongwen Gao & David L. G. Noakes

Climate and Temperature (pdfs)

Effects of water temperature on the swimming and climbing behavior of glass eels, Anguilla spp.*
Elizabeth D. Linton, Bjarni Jonsson, & David L.G. Noakes

Three responses to small changes in stream temperature by autumn-emerging aquatic insects*
Judith L. Li, Sherri L. Johnson, and Janel Banks Sobota

Oregon's Fish and Wildlife in a Changing Climate
Lead Authors:  Mark A. Hixon, Stanley V. Gregory, W. Douglas Robinson
Contributors:   C. Scott Baker, Harold P. Batchelder, Clinton Epps, Tiffany S. Garcia,
Susan M. Haig, Ricardo M. Letelier, David A. Lytle, Bruce A. Menge, Jeffrey C. Miller, David L. G. Noakes, William T. Peterson, James M. Rice, Steven S. Rumrill, Carl B. Schreck, Robert M. Suryan, Mark D. Sytsma, Angelicque E. White

Ecological Interactions (pdfs)

Ecological interactions between wild and hatchery salmonids: an introduction to the special issue
Peter S. Rand & Barry A. Berejikian & Todd N. Pearsons & David L. G. Noakes

Miscellaneous (pdfs)

Age, growth, and sexual development in the self-fertilizing hermaphroditic fish
Yoshitaka Sakakura & David L. G. Noakes

Spatial Ecological Processes and Local Factors Predict the Distribution and Abundance of Spawning by Steelhead
Jeffrey A. Falke1, Jason B. Dunham, Christopher E. Jordan, Kristina M. McNyset, Gordon H. Reeves

Validity of Age Determinations From Scales of Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Brook Trout
William Alvord

Bill Ricker: a tribute*
David L.G. Noakes

Evolutionary assembly rules for fish life histories*
Eric L Charnov, Henrik Gislason & John G Pope

Can humans coexist with fishes?*
Mark Albins & Allison Evans & Gladys Ismail & Brian Neilsen & Timothy Pusack & Eva Schemmel & Wade Smith & Susanne Stoike & Hiram W. Li & David L. G. Noakes

Visible Implant Elastomer (VIE) Tags for Marking Small Rainbow Trout*
C. A. Leblanc & D. L. Noakes

The Oregon Hatchery Research Center: An experimental laboratory in a natural setting
DAVID L. G. NOAKES AND CHARLIE CORRARINO

Pushing the Limits: Using VIE to Identify Small Fish

* Due to copyright and/or distribution requirements this article is for OHRC Board members only and requires a password.  It is for personal use only, please do not distribute.  

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