North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission

Workshop Presentations – 2019

2019 Workshop Presentations

The following are oral and poster presentations given at the Second NPAFC-IYS Workshop on Salmon Ocean Ecology in a Changing Climate, May 18–20, 2019 in Portland, Oregon, USA, and shared with permission of the authors (or presenters). These presentations are for educational purposes and do not reflect policy or the positions of the authors’ agencies. Presentations are listed in the order given at the Workshop by topic session with oral presentations first, then poster presentations.

Author (*Presenters) Title
Topic 1.  Current Status of Salmon and Their Environments
Keynote-1 Andrew R. Munro*, Richard E. Brenner, and William D. Templin Status of Salmon in a Changing Environment: A Perspective from Alaska View
Keynote-2 Cameron Freshwater*, Sean Anderson, Kendra Holt, Ann-Marie Huang, and Carrie Holt Cumulative Impacts of Changing Population Productivity, Variability, and Synchrony on Pacific Salmon View
Keynote-3 Andrey Krovnin* and Nataliya Klovach Unprecedented Far East Salmon Catches in 2018: What Should We Expect in Future? View
Topic 1-1.  Biological traits of key salmon populations
Oral-1 Gayle Brown*, Mary Thiess, and Chuck Parken Evidence of Declining Age of Maturation in Chinook Stocks from Southeast Alaska to Oregon View
Oral-2 Lia Chalifour*, David Scott, Misty MacDuffee, John Dower, and Terry D.  Beacham Characterizing Juvenile Chinook Salmon Residency and Early Growth in the Lower Fraser River Estuary View
Oral-3 Kaitlyn Dionne*, Chuck Parken, and Brittany Jenewein Linking Freshwater Environmental Factors to Up-river Migration Timing for Fraser River Chinook Salmon View
Oral-4 Alexander M. Kaev* Temporal Forms of Pink Salmon in Sakhalin-Kuril Region and their Abundance Dynamics View
Oral-5 Yuki Minegishi*, Tatsuya Kawakami, and Jun Aoyama Current Status of Chum Salmon Populations in the Rivers with and without Hatchery Stock Enhancement on the Sanriku Coast, Japan View
Oral-6 David Scott*, Mistry MacDuffee, Lia Chalifour, Julia Baum, and Scott Hinch Variation in Out-migration Timing and Estuary Reliance of “ocean-type” Chinook Salmon in the Fraser River Estuary, BC View
Poster-1 Jennifer L. Gosselin*, Eric Buhle, Chris Van Homes, Susannah Iltis, and James J. Anderson Direct and Carryover Effects of Freshwater, Marine and Fish Conditions on Juvenile, Ocean, and Adult Survival of Snake River Chinook Salmon NA
Poster-2 Brett T. Johnson*, Brian Hunt, M. Krkosek, S. Godwin, E. Pakhomov, K. Bachen, J. Gan, C. Janusson, L. Rogers, and S. James Juvenile Salmon Migration Observations in the Discovery Islands and Johnstone Strait in 2018 compared to 2015–2017 View
Topic 1-2.  Migration and distribution
Oral-7 Richard J. Beamish* and Chrys M. Neville A New Interpretation of the Early Marine Residence of Juvenile Chinook Salmon in the Strait of Georgia NA
Oral-8 Patrick Higgins* Status and Trends of Eel River Fall Chinook Salmon in Northwestern California–Signs of Resilience View
Oral-9 Stephen D. Johnston*, Scott G. Hinch, Andrew G. Lotto, Nathan B. Furey, Christine F. Stevenson, Brian J. Hendriks, Brian P.V. Hunt, David W. Welch, Erin L. Rechinsky, and Aswea D. Porter Early Marine Migration and Survival Patterns of Fraser River Sockeye Salmon (Onchorhynchus nerka) Smolts through a Complex Archipelago Corridor View
Oral-10 Keith Kutchins and John Sirois* Salmon Passage and Reintroduction Above Chief Joseph and Grand Coulee Dams on the Upper Columbia River View
Oral-11 Pasan Samarasin*, Stephen J Latham, Andres Araujo, and Charles M Guthrie III What Can We Learn About the Return Migration of Fraser Sockeye Salmon from Catches in Alaska? View
Poster-3 Erika D. Anderson*, Jackie R. King, Chrys Neville, Strahan Tucker, and Terry D. Beacham Inter-annual, Stock-specific Distribution and Migration of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon from 1997–2017 View
Poster-4 A.V. Bugaev*, A.I. Chistyakova, and S. Urawa Long-term Trends of Distribution and Regional Composition of Juvenile Pink and Chum Salmon in the Okhotsk Sea During the Fall of 2011–2017 View
Poster-5 Masaya Iida*, Yuta Yagi, and Tomoaki Iseki Timing of Spawning of Wild Chum Salmon in a Non-enhanced River and Their Seaward Migration in Northern Honshu, Japan View
Poster-6 Genevieve M. Johnson, Christine M. Kondzela*, Jacqueline A. Whittle, Katharine Miller, and Jeffrey R. Guyon Genetic Characterization of Juvenile Chum Salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) Migrating Out of the Yukon River Delta View
Poster-7 Аnastasia М. Khrustaleva* and Nataliya V. Klovach Morphological and Genetic Subdivision of Sockeye Salmon Samples (Oncorhynchus nerka), Collected Within the Period of Spawning Migration in Outfalls of Kamchatka Rivers View
Poster-8 (Svetlana Naydenko*) Nadezhda K. Khristoforova, Anna V. Litvinenko, Vasily Yu. Tsygankov, Maxim V. Kovalchuk, and Natalia I. Erofeeva Trace Elements Content in the Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha, Walbaum) 1792 from Sakhalin-Kuril Region View
Poster-9 Hayato Saneyoshi*, Yousuke Koshino, Ryoutarou Ishida, Itsuki Tatsuoka, Hokuto Shirakawa, Yasuyuki Miyakoshi, and Kazushi Miyashita Migration and Homing Behavior of Chum Salmon Tagged in the Okhotsk Sea, Eastern Hokkaido View
Topic 1-3.  Growth and survival
Oral-12 James J. Anderson* A Model of Smolt-to-adult Survival in Terms of Salmon Growth Through the Size Distribution of Gape-limited Predators View
Oral-13 William I. Atlas*, William G. Housty, and Jonathan W. Moore Indigenous Community Partnerships Towards Foundational Understanding of Wild Salmon Survival View
Oral-14 Brian Beckman*, Cheryl Morgan, and Meredith Journey The PDO, The Blob and Juvenile Coho Salmon Growth in the Northern California Current 2000–2017 NA
Oral-15 Elizabeth A. Daly*, Toby D. Auth, and Richard D. Brodeur Juvenile Salmon in the Northern California Current (NCC) and Changes to the Winter Ichthyoplankton Prey Biomass and Community Structure during the Recent Warm Ocean Conditions View
Oral-16 James M. Murphy*, Emily A. Fergusson, Andrew Piston, Andrew Gray, and Ed Farley Growth and Harvest Forecast Models for Southeast Alaska Pink Salmon View
Oral-17 Will Duguid*, Jessica Qualley, Katie Innes, Micah Quindazzi, and Francis Juanes Regional and Seasonal Variation in Adult Chinook Salmon Diets in British Columbia View
Oral-18 Yuki Iino*, Takaaki Abe, Tsuyoshi Nagasaka, Yuichi Shimizu, Katsuhiko Ota, Takuya Kawashima, and Tomohiko Kawamura Effect of Temperature and Amount of Food on the Growth Rate/ Aerobic Scope of Juvenile Chum Salmon View
Oral-19 Samantha E. James*, Evgeny A. Pakhomov, and Brian P. V. Hunt Spatial and Temporal Trends in Juvenile Sockeye Salmon Diets Across Oceanographic Regimes on the Coast of British Columbia View
Oral-20 Maksim Koval* and Sergey Gorin The Role of Environmental Conditions in Various Types of Estuaries for the Productivity of Pacific Salmon Populations of Kamchatka View
Oral-21 Michael A. Litzow*, Lorenzo Ciannelli, Curry Cunningham, Bethany Johnson, Michael Opiekun, Patricia Puerta, Ryan R. Rykaczewski, and Justin J. Wettstein Nonstationary Effects of Ocean Temperature on Pacific Salmon Survival View
Oral-22 Chrys-Ellen M. Neville*, Richard J. Beamish, Yeongha Jung, Lana Fitzpatrick, and Colleen Haddad Profiling the Behaviour, Biology and Distinct Characteristics of a Survivor as an Approach to Understanding Factors Regulating Marine Survival of Chinook Salmon NA
Oral-23 Jacob Weil, Francis Juanes, and Will Duguid* Fine-scale Taxonomic and Spatiotemporal Variability in the Energy Density of Prey for Juvenile Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) View
Oral-24 David W. Welch, Erin L. Rechisky*, and Aswea D. Porter A Survey of the Coast-wide Collapse in NE Pacific Chinook and Steelhead Survival: Looming Problems for Set Piece Solutions View
Poster-10 David Costalago*, Brian Hunt, Ian Perry, Chrys Neville, and Ian Forster Is Juvenile Salmon Condition Driven by the Nutritional Quality at the Based of the Plankton Food-web? View
Poster-11 Emily A. Fergusson*, Andy Gray, and Jim Murphy Trophic Relationships Among Juvenile Salmon During Cool and Warm Periods in Southeast Alaska View
Poster-12 Neala W. Kendall*, Benjamin W. Nelson, and James P. Losee Density-dependent Marine Survival of Hatchery-origin Chinook Salmon May be Mediated by Pink Salmon View
Poster-13 Julie E. Keister*, Amanda Winans, Bethellee Herrmann, Julia Bos, and Iris Kemp Bottom-up Links to Juvenile Salmon Growth and Survival in Puget Sound View
Poster-14 Yuya Makiguchi* Effects of Milt Mixture from Parr and Anadromous Males on Hatching Rate in Masu Salmon View
Poster-15 Amanda Winans*, BethElLee Herrmann, Minna Hiltunen, Ursula Strandberg, Michael Brett, and Julie E. Keister Quantifying Juvenile Salmon Prey Quality and Exploring Trophic Linkages in Puget Sound, WA, USA View
Topic 2.  Salmon in Changing Ocean Conditions
Keynote-4 Richard W. Zabel*, Lisa Crozier, Brian Burke, Brandon Chasco, Chris Jordan, Jeff Jorgensen, Morgan Bond, and Tom Cooney How Will Columbia River Salmonids Respond to Changing Ocean Conditions? View
Keynote-5 Masahide Kaeriyama* Sustainable Conservation and Use of Chum Salmon Under Warming Climate and Changing Ocean Conditions View
Keynote-6 Nathan Mantua* Recent Extremes in North Pacific Salmon Habitat Through the Lens of Fast and Slow Changes View
Topic 2-1.  Linkage between salmon production, climate and ocean changes
Oral-25 Richard D. Brodeur* and Elizabeth A. Daly Effects of Changing Ocean Conditions on Juvenile Salmon Feeding in Coastal Waters Based on Several Decades of Sampling View
Oral-26 Megan V. McPhee, Jared E. Siegel*, and Milo D. Adkison Is a Warming Bering Sea Leading to Smaller Chinook Salmon? View
Oral-27 Marisa N. C. Litz*, Aaron M. Dufault, Andrew M. Claiborne, James P. Losee, and Tyler J. Garber Competitive Interactions Between Natural Populations of Pink and Chum Salmon from Puget Sound and Coastal Washington, USA View
Oral-28 Kathryn Sobocinski*, Correigh Greene, Neala Kendall, Joe Anderson, Mara Zimmerman, and Michael Schmidt Salish Sea Marine Survival Project: Ecosystem Indicators Development View
Oral-29 Ellen Yasumiishi*, Curry Cuningham, Ed Farley, Kristin Cieciel, Wess Strasburger, Alex Andrews, Jeanette Gann, Lisa Eisner, Andrew Dimond, Jamal Moss, Elizabeth Siddon, and Jim Murphy Mechanisms for Shifts in the Distribution and Abundance of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon in the Eastern Bering Sea During Late Summer, 2002–2016 View
Oral-30 Matthew R. Falcy* and Erik Suring Detecting the Effects of Management Regime Shifts in Dynamic Environments Using Multi-population State-space Models View
Poster-16 Tomonori Azumaya and Shigehiko Urawa* Long-term Shifts of Chum Salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) Distribution in the North Pacific and the Arctic Ocean in Summer 1982–2017 View
Poster-17 Jackie King*, Jennifer Boldt, Brian Burke, Correigh Greene, Jamal Moss, and Chrys Neville Northeast Pacific Juvenile Salmon Summer Surveys in 2018: Regional Patterns in Juvenile Salmon Marine Abundance View
Poster-18 Jacob E. Lerner* and Brian P.V. Hunt A Compound Specific Stable Isotope Analysis of Chinook Salmon Stocks Caught in Northern and Southern Strait of Georgia View
Topic 2-2.  Modeling the future for salmon
Oral-31 Sue Grant*, Bronwyn MacDonald, David Patterson, Kendra Robinson, Jennifer Boldt, Keri Benner, Chrys Neville, Lucas Pon, Joe Tadey, Jackie King, Mike Hawkshaw, and Dan Selbie Fraser River Sockeye: Integrating Science to Predict Productivity View
Oral-32 Carrie A. Holt* and Catherine G.J. Michielsens Evaluating the Impacts of Time-varying Productivity on Biological Benchmarks View
Oral-33 Brittany Jenewein* and Karen Rickards Improving Terminal Abundance Estimates of Spring- and Summer-run Age 52 Fraser River Chinook Salmon by Incorporating a Second CPUE Dataset from the Albion Test Fishery View
Poster-19 Kathrine G. Howard*, James Murphy, and Sabrina Garcia The Future of Yukon River Chinook Salmon in a Warming World View
Poster-20 William Satterthwaite*, Kelly Andrews, Jennifer Gosselin, Correigh Greene, Chris Harvey, Mary Hunsicker, Stuart Munsch, and Jameal Samhouri Synchrony and Environmental Thresholds in Forecast Performance of U.S. West Coast Chinook and Coho View
Poster-21 Andrew O. Shelton*, Will Satterthwaite, Eric J. Ward, and Blake E. Feist Sea Surface Temperatures and Variability in the Spatial Distribution of Fall Chinook Salmon View
Poster-22 Hillary L. Thalmann, Elizabeth A. Daly, and Richard D. Brodeur* Quantifying Thermal Impacts on Columbia River Steelhead Marine Growth Using Bioenergetics Models View
Topic 3: New Technologies/Integrated Information Systems for Salmon Research and Management
Keynote-7 Hitoshi Araki*, Hiroki Mizumoto, Takashi Kanbe, and Shunpei Sato Environmental DNA Method as a Monitoring Tool for Understanding Salmonid Fishes View
Keynote-8 Camrin D. Braun*, Godi Fischer, H. Thomas Rossby, Heather Furey, and Simon R. Thorrold The RAFOS Ocean Acoustic Monitoring (ROAM) Tag: A highly Accurate Fish Tag for At-sea Movement Studies View
Keynote-9 Kristina M. Miller* Genomic Science Advances Changing the Face of Salmon Science View
Keynote-10 Dion Oxman* and Sabrina Larsen Interactive Mapping and Dynamic Data Visualization—Eye Candy or Useful Tool for Fisheries Research? View
Topic 3-1.  New technologies
Oral-34 Terry D. Beacham*, Colin Wallace, Kim Jonsen, Brenda McIntosh, John R. Candy, David Willis, Cheryl Lynch, Jean-Sébastien Moore, Louis Bernatchez, and Ruth E. Withler Parentage-based Tagging and Genetic Stock Identification of Coho Salmon View
Oral-35 Jason Daniels*, Jonathan Carr, Gerald Chaput, John Strom, and Timothy Sheehan Using Telemetry to Map the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Atlantic Salmon in the Ocean View
Oral-36 Takashi Kitagawa*, Nobuhiko Sato, Shigenori Nobata, Hiromichi Mitamura, Yoshinori Miyamoto, Nobuaki Arai, Keiichi Uchida, Hokuto Shirakawa, and Kazushi Miyashita Developing an Inter-individual Communication Biotelemetry System and Application to Chum Salmon Returned to Off Japanese Waters View
Oral-37 Kevin A. Pellett*, Jeramy Damborg, Jamieson Atkinson, and Will Duguid A PIT Tag Based Method for Investigating Survival of Juvenile Cowichan River Chinook During Their First Year of Life View
Oral-38 Nathan F. Putman*, Hiroshi Ueda, and David L.G. Noakes Integrated Research on Geomagnetic Imprinting and Homing in Pacific Salmon View
Oral-39 Erin L. Rechisky*, Aswea D. Porter, William D. P. Duguid, Francis Juanes, Kevin Pellett, Kristina M. Miller, and David W. Welch Survival, Migration, and Partial Residency in the Salish Sea of Cowichan River Chinook Salmon: The First Fall and Winter View
Oral-40 Wade D. Smith*, Boris Espinasse, Evgeny A. Pakhomov, and Brian P.V. Hunt Integrating Multiple Intrinsic Markers to Infer Habitat Use of Sockeye Salmon Stocks (Oncorhynchus nerka) in the North Pacific Ocean NA
Oral-41 Charles D. Waters*, Jeffrey J. Hard, David E. Fast, Kenneth I. Warheit, Curtis M. Knudsen, William J. Bosch, Marine Brieuc, and Kerry A. Naish The Genomic Basis of Fitness and its Potential for Understanding Responses to a Changing Climate View
Oral-42 Scott C. Vulstek*, Joshua R. Russell, and Taal Levi The Use of Environmental DNA for the Enumeration of Sockeye and Coho Salmon at Auke Creek Research Station TBA
Poster-23 Caroline Graham*, Evgeny A. Pakhomov, and Brian P.V. Hunt A Compilation and Meta-analysis of Salmon Diet Data in the North Pacific Ocean View
 Topic 3-2.  Integrated information and management systems
Oral-43 James Hawkes*, Graham Goullete, Alejandro Moctezuma, Ernie Atkinson, and Oliver Cox Supplementation of Atlantic Salmon in the Southern Extent of Their Range: Evaluation of age-1 Hatchery Smolt Stocking in a Small Coastal Watershed View
Oral-44 Christine Stevenson*, Katrina Connors, Eileen Jones, Charlotte Whitney, Leah Honka, Katy Kellock, Eric Hertz, Jason Hwang, and Brian Riddell The Pacific Salmon Explorer: A Data Driven Look at Pacific Salmon Populations and Their Habitats View
Oral-45 Jordan T. Watson*, Rob Ames, Camille Kohler, Robert Nigh, Robert Ryznar, and Jenny Suter Dynamic Ocean Management for Salmon: Integrating Environmental and Fishery Datasets View
Poster-24 Scott Akenhead* The International Salmon Data Laboratory (ISDL) View