Publications by NoWPaS members 2018

Barlaup, B. T., Rund, H., Normann, E. S., Stranzl, S., Mahlum, S., & Vollset, K. W. (2018). Out of sync: monitoring the time of sea entry of wild and hatchery salmon Salmo salar smolt using floating passive‐integrated transponder antennae. Journal of Fish Biology, 93(3), 455-464.

Birnie‐Gauvin, K., & Aarestrup, K. (2018). A call for a paradigm shift: Assumed‐to‐be premature migrants actually yield good returns. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 28, 62-68. doi: 10.1111/eff.12431.

Birnie-Gauvin, K., Candee, M. M., Baktoft, H., Larsen, M. H., Koed, A., & Aarestrup, K. (2018). River connectivity reestablished: effects and implications of six weir removals on brown trout smolt migration. River Research and Applications, 34, 548-554. doi: 10.1002/rra.3271.

Bordeleau, X., Davidsen, J. G., Eldøy, S. H., Sjursen, A. D., Whoriskey, F. G., & Crossin, G. T. (2018). Nutritional correlates of spatiotemporal variations in the marine habitat use of brown trout, Salmo trutta, veteran migrants. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 75, 1744-1754. doi: 10.1139/cjfas-2017-0350

Bordeleau, X., Hatcher, B. G., Denny, S., Fast, M. D., Whoriskey, F. G., Patterson, D. A, & Crossin, G. T. (2018). Consequences of captive breeding: Fitness implications for wild-origin, hatchery-spawned Atlantic salmon kelts upon their return to the wild. Biological Conservation, 225, 144-153. doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2018.06.033

Dodd, J. R., Bolland, J. D., Hateley, J., Cowx, I. G., Walton, S. E., Cattaneo, M. E. G. V. & Noble, R. A. A. (2018). Upstream passage of adult sea trout (Salmo trutta) at a low-head weir with an Archimedean screw hydropower turbine and co-located fish pass. Marine and Freshwater research, 69, 1822-1833 (Special issue – Hydropower and Fish).

Dodd, J. R., Cowx, I. G. & Bolland, J. D. (2018). Win, win, win: Low cost baffle fish pass provides improved passage efficiency, reduced passage time and broadened passage flows over a low-head weir. Ecological Engineering, 120, 68-75.

Einarsson, S. M., Guðjónsson, S., Jónsson, I. R. & Guðbrandsson, J. (2018). Deep-diving of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) during their marine feeding migrations. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 101(12), 1707-1715.

Guðbrandsson, J., Franzdottir, S. R., Kristjansson, B. K., Ahi, E. P., Maier, V. H., Snorrason, S. S., Jonsson, Z. O. & Palsson, A. (2018). Differential gene expression during early development in recently evolved and sympatric Arctic charr morphs. PeerJ, 6:e4345.

Kristensen, M. L., Birnie-Gauvin, K., & Aarestrup, K. (2018). Routes and survival of anadromous brown trout Salmo trutta L. post-smolts during early marine migration through a Danish fjord system. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 209, 102-109. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2018.05.015.

Kristensen, M.L., Righton, D., del Villar-Guerra, D., Baktoft, H., Aarestrup, K. (2018). Temperature and depth preferences of adult sea trout Salmo trutta L. during the marine migration phase. Marine Ecology Progress Series 2018;599;209-224.

Lothian, A. J., Newton, M., Barry, J., Walters, M., Miller, R. C. & Adams, C. E. (2018). Migration pathways, speed and mortality of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts in a Scottish river and the near-shore coastal marine environment. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 27(2): 549-558.

Mahlum, S. K., Vollset, K. W., Barlaup, B. T., Velle, G., Wiers, T., & Handling editor: Caroline Durif. (2018). Where the salmon roam: fjord habitat use of adult Atlantic salmon. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 75(6), 2163-2171.

Raunsgard, A., Opedal, Ø. H., Ekrem, R. K., Wright, J., Bolstad, G. H., Armbruster, W. S., & Pélabon, C. (2018). Intersexual conflict over seed size is stronger in more outcrossed populations of a mixed-mating plant. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115(45), 11561-11566.

Strople, L. C., Filgueira, R., Hatcher, B. G., Denny, S., Bordeleau, X., Whoriskey, F. G., & Crossin, G. T. (2018). The effect of environmental conditions on Atlantic salmon smolts’ (Salmo Salar) bioenergetic requirements and migration through an inland sea. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 101, 1467-1482. doi: 10.1007/s10641-018-0792-5

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