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1. Dissolved Pesticide and Organic Carbon Concentrations Detected in Surface Waters, Northern Central Valley, California, 2001-2002 [USGS_OFR_2004_1214]
Field and laboratory studies were conducted to determine the effects of pesticide mixtures on Chinook salmon under various environmental conditions in surface waters of the northern Central Valley ...


2. Marine Regions for the Bering Sea Integrated Ecosystem Research Program [BSIERP_MarineRegions]
ABSTRACT: A total of 16 marine regions on the Bering Sea shelf and slope were drawn based on a consensus across researchers of the joint Bering Ecosystem Study - Bering Sea Integrated Research Program. ...


3. Summary Report of Community-Based Environmental and Species Observations from the Bering Sea Sub-Network, 2008-2009 [ELOKA028]
The Bering Sea Sub-Network (BSSN) is comprised of a set of coastal communities representing six indigenous cultures: three in the Russian Federation and three in the United States. The objective of ...


4. Survey Data of Community-Based Environmental and Species Observations from the Bering Sea Sub-Network, 2008-2009 [ELOKA029]
The Bering Sea Sub-Network (BSSN) is comprised of a set of coastal communities representing six indigenous cultures: three in the Russian Federation and three in the United States. The objective of ...


5. AFSC/RACE: Alaska Groundfish Survey 1982-2013 [NOAA_AFSC_RACE_GroundfishSurvey]
The Resource Assessment and Conservation Engineering Division (RACE) of the Alaska Fisheries Science Center (AFSC) conducts bottom trawl surveys to monitor the condition of the demersal fish and crab ...


6. Suspended-sediment concentrations during dam decommissioning in the Elwha River, Washington [USGS_WWCS_ElwaSuspendedSediment]
ABSTRACT: In 2011, the National Park Service commenced the incremental removal of two century-old dams along the Elwha River, Washington, in order to restore ecological and sediment-delivery processes. ...


7. Pacific Ocean Shelf Tracking (POST) [POST]
The Pacific Ocean Shelf Tracking (POST) Project's mission is to further understanding of the behaviour of marine animals through the operation of a large-scale ocean telemetry and data management ...


8. Embryotoxicity of Great Lakes Lake Trout Extracts to Developing Rainbow Trout. [usgsbrdcerc_GreatLakeslaketrout]
Planar halogenated hydrocarbons (PHHs), such as polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins, dibenzofurans, and biphenyls are present in aquatic systems, and are known to produce adverse effects in fish. This ...


9. Columbia River Dioxin Study [usepa_best03]
The Columbia River and segments of the Snake and Willamette Rivers are currently water quality limited due to the presence of elevated levels of 2,3,7,8-TCDD. As a result, U.S. EPA Region 10, established ...


10. Effects of Temperature, Photoperiod and Myxobolus cerebralis Infection on Growth, Reproduction and Survival of Tubifex tubifex Lineages [MSU_19]
Monocultures of lineages III and VI from 2001 San Juan River collections were subjected to infection (0 and 500 myxospores/worm), a range of temperature (5oC, 17oC, and 27oC), and diurnal photoperiod ...


11. Southeast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program - South Atlantic [SEAMAP-SA]
Written by OBIS-USA using excerpts from MRRI and SEAMAP-SA Homepages MRRI staff, funded by the Southeast Area Monitoring and Assessment Program - South Atlantic (SEAMAP-SA) of the National Marine ...


12. Assay of Wild Salmonids for presence of Myxobolus cerebralis [MSU_AWS]
Results of assay for M. cerebralis myxospores by digest wild juvenile salmonids recovered in the Clackamas River (OR) basin.


13. Controlled exposure of fry to Myxobolus cerebralis through Triactinomyxons (TAMs) [MSU_5]
Rainbow trout and Chinook salmon fry were subjected to a controlled exposure of 200 and 2,000 triactinomyxons (TAMs) for two hours. After exposure, a subsample of Chinook salmon and rainbow trout ...


14. Distribution of Tubifex tubifex lineages and Myxobolus cerebralis infection in the San Juan River, New Mexico [MSU_20]
A 2 km reach of the Navajo Dam tailwater of the San Juan River, NM was sampled in August and December 2001 and June 2002 to characterize environmental factors influencing the distribution and density ...


15. Experimental Exposure of Chinook Salmon to Myxobolus cerebralis Triactinomyxons (TAMs) [MSU_EECS]
To investigate the influence of exposure age on susceptibility to M. cerebralis in Chinook salmon, we assessed infection and disease following experimental exposures at different ages and to different ...


16. Mean water temperature at sentinel cages in Rock Creek [MSU_MWTS]
Summary of mean daily water temperatures (Fahrenheit) during the 10-day period when sentinel rainbow trout were in cages in the Rock Creek (MT) drainage. Data from each year are summarized on a single ...


17. Natural exposure of fry to Myxobolus cerebralis TAMs [MSU_7]
Rainbow trout and Chinook salmon fry were placed in sentinel cages in the Lostine River (Oregon) and were naturally exposed to triactinomyxons (TAMs). After exposure, a subsample of Chinook salmon ...


18. Natural exposure of sentinel rainbow trout to Myxobolus cerebralis [MSU_8]
Juvenile rainbow trout fry were exposed in sentinel cages for 14 days at four sites on the Lostine River (Oregon) during intervals from July 1998 to November 1999. Recovered fish were assayed by the ...


19. Oligochaetes Collected in the Madison River (Montana) Drainage [MSU_18]
Aquatic invertebrates were collected from the sediment of side channels of the Madison River (Montana) during three separate collection periods in 1999 and 2000. All specimens in each sample were ...


20. Prevalence of Myxobolus cerebralis infection in Tubifex tubifex [MSU_PITT]
Prevalence of Myxobolus cerebralis infections in Tubifex tubifex was measured by determining which collected worms were actively shedding triactinomyxons (TAMs). A subset of worms that were not shedding ...


21. Relative Susceptibility and Effects on Performance of Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout and Rainbow Trout Challenged with Myxobolus cerebralis [MSU_21]
We evaluated the susceptibility of Rio Grande cutthroat trout (RGCT; Oncorhynchus clarki virginalis) to infection by Myxobolus cerebralis in a laboratory experiment. In the same experiment, rainbow ...


22. Severity of Infection in Madison River (Montana) Sentinel Rainbow Trout [MSU_9]
Sentinel rainbow trout were placed in side channels of the Madison River (Montana) to determine the site-specific contribution of whirling disease risk. After exposure, fish were examined histologically ...


23. Summary data for Chinook salmon susceptibility [MSU_CHS_S]
A laboratory challenge model was developed to evaluate the effects of a natural M. cerebralis exposure on the susceptibility of Chinook salmon. Fry at 3 weeks post-hatch were subject to repeated doses ...


24. Susceptibility of Tubifex tubifex to Myxobolus cerebralis infection [MSU_SUS]
Non-infected T. tubifex were collected (1999-2001) from the Rock Creek drainage and tested for their susceptibility to infection with M. cerebralis in laboratory exposures. The percentage of worms ...


25. Temperature monitoring for seasonal periodicity in the Rock Creek Drainage of West Central Montana. [MSU_TMSP]
Tubifex tubifex naturally infected with Myxobolus cerebralis were monitored for seasonal periodicity in triactinomyxons (TAM) release. Each time water samples were collected, the temperature range ...


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