2020 Meeting Podcasts

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Conservation status of Texas freshwater fishes and protected species recommendations
Timothy Birdsong, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department


New tools for environmental flow information
Kevin Mayes, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department


Do components of the natural flow regime paradigm predict occurrence of imperiled Great Plains fishes?
Erin Nguyen, Texas A&M University
(Apologies for the slides not appear properly due to technical difficulties during the recording process)


A model simulating interactions between hydrology, landscape, species traits and biotic interactions to predict food web dynamics in a neotropical freshwater ecosystems
Eduardo Ribeiro Cunha, Texas A&M University


Ephemeral habitat sustains high fish α and β-diversity during droughts in a subtropical semiarid wetland
Thethela Bokhutlo, Texas A&M University College Station


Overview of spring-associated fishes: distribution, ecology, structuring mechanisms, and future management
Cody Craig, Texas State University


A comparison of benthic invertebrate composition between ephemeral pools and permanent pools along upper Leon Creek
Alexander Toder, University of Texas at San Antonio


Spatial distribution of demersal fish abundance across the continental shelf in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico
Jason Mostowy, Texas A&M University at Galveston


Influence of abiotic and biotic factors on the distribution and co-occurrence patterns of estuarine predators and prey
Mariah Livernois, Texas A&M University at Galveston


Influences on the distributions of petroleum platform-associated fishes in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico
Derek Bolser, The University of Texas at Austin, Marine Science Institute


Flatlined flatfish? Status, trends, and fisheries management of the Southern Flounder in Texas
Dakus Geeslin, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department – Coastal Fisheries


Microplastic ingestion by juvenile silversides (Menidia spp.) in seven bays and estuaries along the Mid-Texas coast
Gray Ryan, Texas A&M University Corpus Christi