Contributions on the Movements of Fish: Behavioral Mechanisms of Upstream Migration and Homestream Selection in Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus Kisutch) : Winter Aggregations of Carp (Cyprinus Carpio) as Revealed by Ultrasonic Tracking
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A.D. Hasler adult coho salmon AGGREGATIONS OF CARP Ahnapee River Atlantic salmon behavior Big Shoto cm/sec coho salmon tracked confined their movements control fish distribution fin clip type fish imprinted fish migrating fish tracked fish which moved floats Fraser River hatchery water HOMESTREAM SELECTION homing hypothesis imprinting chemical imprinting odor indicate Lake Mendota Lake Michigan Little Shoto LP Morpholine Mann-Whitney MECHANISMS OF UPSTREAM MIGRATION AND HOMESTREAM morpholine plume morpholine was present morpholine-exposed fish morpholine-imprinted female morpholine-imprinted fish moved downstream movement patterns observed odor trail Olfaction orientation phenethyl alcohol pheromone pink salmon positive rheotaxis post-smolts presence of morpholine recaptured release REVEALED BY ULTRASONIC rheotactic rheotaxis riffle river system salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch scented with morpholine Scholz smolting sockeye salmon Stasko stream scented study area swimming speed Table tion Track of fish tributary ULTRASONIC TRACKING upstream migration water currents West Twin River WINTER AGGREGATIONS Wisconsin Yahara River zigzag