TCAFS 2021 Meeting Wednesday Podcasts

TCAFS 2021 Meeting Wednesday Podcasts

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9:00 AM – Plenary with Brian Murphy





9:30 AM – Three Decades of Concerted Efforts to Conserve the State Fish of Texas (1991–2021):  Reflecting on Strategies, Outcomes, Lessons Learned, and Future Directions
Timothy Birdsong, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department





9:45 AM – Science Social Media
Julie Hagen, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department





10:00 AM – Public Engagement in River and Riparian Conservation Through Social Media
Megan Bean, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department





10:15 AM – Introducing Fisheries Careers to K-12 Students using Distance Learning
Holly Grand, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department





10:45 AM – Fish Community Assembly at Multiple Scales in East-Central Texas
Jake Swanson, Division of Environmental Science, Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture, Stephen F. Austin State University





11:00 AM – Longitudinal Fragmentation of Stream Fish Metacommunities
Lauren Yancy, Texas A&M University





11:15 AM – Characteristics from the natural flow regime paradigm predict occurrence of imperiled Great Plains fishes
Erin Nguyen, Texas A&M University





11:30 AM – Assessing restoration effectiveness: a review of river restoration
Jane S. Rogosch, U.S. Geological Survey, Texas Tech University





11:45 AM – Multiple lines of evidence reveal complex Rainbow Trout responses to stream habitat enhancements
Scott Collins, Texas Tech University





1:00 PM – 25 Years of Monitoring Texas Artificial Reefs
Brooke Shipley, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department





1:15 PM – Population genomics of the blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) in the US
Luis Hurtado, Department of Ecology and Conservation Biology, Texas A&M University





1:30 PM – Variation in shell shape of the Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea virginica) correlates with population structure in the Gulf of Mexico
Joel Anderson, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department





1:45 PM – Phylogeography and Demographic History of Black Drum
Damon Williford, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department





2:00 PM – Appetite for change: Angler values and preferences for expanded regulations in a declining Louisiana fishery
David R. Smith, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department





2:15 PM – Larval Spotted Seatrout and Southern Flounder responses to different temperature/salinity levels in metabolic rate and energy demand
Daniel Hardin, Texas A & M University Corpus Christi





2:45 PM – Multiple survey methods reveal greater abundance of endangered pupfish in restored habitats
Matthew Acre, USGS





3:00 PM – Occurrence, movements, and ecomorphological aspects of the Sabine Shiner (Notropis sabinae) in an East Texas Urban Watershed
Zachary Hutchens, Department of Biology, Stephen F. Austin State University





3:15 PM – Reproduction, Life History, and Diets of the Greenthroat Darter (Etheostoma lepidum) in an Edwards Plateau spring system
Sabrina Thiels, Texas State University





3:30 PM – Conservation Genetics of the Sharpnose Shiner (Notropis oxyrhynchus) and Smalleye Shiner (Notropis buccula)
Ryan Vazquez, Texas Tech University





3:45 PM – Establishing patterns in vegetation associations and predicting habitat associations of the Fountain Darter (Etheostoma fonticola) in the San Marcos and Comal rivers of Texas.
Christa Edwards, Texas State University