TCAFS 2021 Meeting Thursday’s Podcasts

TCAFS 2021 Meeting Thursday's Podcasts

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9:00 AM – Sensitivity of stream temperature to climate warming and environmental factors in regulated rivers of Texas
David Young, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department





9:15 AM – Temporal distribution modeling reveals upstream habitat drying and downstream nonnative introgression are squeezing out an imperiled headwater fish
Stephanie Parker, Texas A&M University





9:30 AM – Climate-driven increases in fish diversity negatively impact native fish survival
Michaela Pawluk, Texas A&M University





9:45 AM – Assessment of impacts to mussel community structure from a new wastewater discharge in the upper Sabine River
Clint Robertson, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department – Inland Fisheries





10:00 AM – Assessing concentrations of microplastic and microfiber particles in urban Texas lakes
Andrea Norton, Texas Tech University





10:15 AM – Parasites of White Crappie (Pomoxis annularis) in the Concho Valley of West-Central, Texas
Blake Thornton, Angelo State University





10:45 AM – Effects of non-native Brown Trout (Salmo trutta) on the growth rates of native stream fishes in New Mexico
Owen George, Texas Tech University





11:00 AM – Insights on the establishment of the invasive Sheepshead Minnow (Cyprinodon variegatus) in the Brazos River
Erin Shepta, Stephen F. Austin State University





11:15 AM – Movement and Survival of Invasive Suckermouth Armored Catfish within the San Marcos River
Allison Hay, Texas A&M University





11:30 AM – Trophic Ecology of Invasive Lionfish Across Depth in the Florida Keys
Hanna Bauer, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Louisiana State University





11:45 AM – A Coastal Epidemic: Monitoring Black Gill Disease in Gulf Coast Shrimp
Jillian Swinford, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department – Coastal Fisheries Division





1:00 PM – Efficacy and Temporal Capture Patterns of Bank Poles in the Kansas River: A Novel Sampling Tool for Catfish Managers
Quintin Dean, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department





1:15 PM – Accelerometer Telemetry of Two Snook Species in the Bahia Grande and Surrounding Waters of South Texas
Jonathan Truett Cawlfield, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley





1:30 PM – Development of an autonomous tracking method for Common Snook (Centropomus undecimalis) in the Bahia Grande
Connor Gallagher, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley





1:45 PM – Patterns and predictors of Alligator Gar movement across mainstem-tributary ecotones
Hayden Roberts, Texas A&M University