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The International Muskie Research Symposium

Carleton University, Ottawa - August 14th, 15th, 2014.
Managing the Muskellunge fishery is a growing challenge for governments, angling groups and conservation organizations.
   
 - Innovative science and research will lead to better understanding to improve sustainability.

 - Progressive management practices are improving fish handling, protecting and enhancing breeding habitat, and monitoring watershed health.

 - New partnerships bring together public, private and not-for-profit sectors working together toward a sustainable Muskellunge fishery for future generations.

 *On-campus Accommodations for those wishing to stay on campus, please call 613-520-5609. Please be advised that there is no official block of rooms available for the workshop, rather, please book under your own name.



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Keynote Speakers

  • John M. Casselman
    Dr John M. Casselman is an adjunct professor, Department of Biology, Queen's University, and retired senior scientist with Fisheries Research, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, and supervisor of the Lake Ontario Research Unit. John grew up in the Thousand Islands section of the St. Lawrence River, has conducted fisheries studies throughout the world, and is particularly interested in long-term studies of fish and fisheries and the effects of climate and climate change. He has received numerous awards and in 2008 received the American Fisheries Society Award of Excellence, a lifetime achievement award as a researcher, mentor, and leader in fisheries science and aquatic biology.

Speakers

  • Loren Miller, Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, St Paul
    Using Genetic Information for Muskellunge Management in Minnesota
  • Jay Zahn, Muskies Inc
    An Introduction to Muskies Inc.
  • Jennifer Lamoureux, Rideau Valley Conservation Authority, Manotick
    The Jock River Muskellunge Embayment Project
  • Steven Kerr Ministry of Natural Resources Peterborough (retired) and Ian Young, Muskies Canada Inc
    Partnerships between MNR and MCI: An Historical Overview
  • John Casselman, Department of Biology Queens University, Kingston
    Sustainability of Muskellunge Populations
  • John Farrell, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, State University of New York, Syracuse
    Survival of St. Lawrence River Muskellunge Revisited: Can TodayâÄ™s Nursery Habitat Support Adequate Recruitment to Fuel Population Recovery?
  • Derek P. Crane Lake Superior State University, Champlin and John M. Farrell, State University of New York, Syracuse
    Future Directions for Muskellunge Conservation and Restoration
  • Tim Simonson, Bureau of Fisheries Management, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison
    Muskellunge Management in Wisconsin: 20 Years of Progress
  • Sean Landsman University of PEI, Charlottetown
    My My, How Far We've Come: An Examination of the Impacts of Catch and Release Angling For Muskies
  • John-Paul Leblanc, Department of Biology, McMaster University, Hamilton
    Unique Georgian Bay Muskellunge Nursery Habitat Features Allows for Successful Habitat Differentiation: Steps Towards a Spatially Explicit Muskellunge Nursery Habitat Suitability Index Model
  • Chris Purdy, Muskies Canada Inc.
    An Introduction to Muskies Canada Inc
  • Dan Taillon, Fisheries Policy Section, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources Peterborough
    Ontario's Approach to Muskellunge Management
  • Mark Robbins, Enforcement Branch, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Peterborough
    Ontario Muskellunge Regulations and Enforcement Issues
  • Arunas Liskauskas, Upper Great Lakes Management Unit, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Owen Sound
    Distribution and Population Characteristics of Muskellunge in Georgian Bay and the North Channel of Lake Huron
  • Gabriel Liddle, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Aurora
    An Overview of the Lake Simcoe Muskellunge Restoration Project
  • Chris Wilson Aquatic Research Section, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Trent University, Peterborough
    What Genetics Have Told Us About Muskellunge in Ontario

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