4 record(s) found with the tag "fish mortality" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Acoustic and Biological Test Study for the WesternGeco 2D Mackenzie River and Delta Seismic Programs
Principal Investigator: Rosindell, Keith
Licensed Year(s): 2002
Summary: A test program has been designed in response to National Energy Board, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and Resources, Wildlife and Economic Development requests to collect information on seismic airgun acoustics within the Mackenzie River and on asso...

Broad whitefish population study and traditional knowledge
Principal Investigator: Tallman, Ross F
Licensed Year(s): 1993 1992
Summary: The researchers will work with other scientists to examine the broad whitefish of the Mackenzie River and associated tributaries of the Arctic Red and Peel Rivers. Features such as population size, migration, growth, age of sexual maturity and mortality will be examined. A study of the traditional knowledge of broad whitefish and fishing in the Mackenzie River will also be developed. Training i...

Broad whitefish tagging project
Principal Investigator: Babaluk, John
Licensed Year(s): 1993 1992
Summary: The researchers will tag broad whitefish in the Mackenzie River Delta in the vicinity of Horseshoe Bend. During this season, fish are moving to areas further upstream. Tagging will provide information about the movements, growth, survival and numbers of whitefish and will contribute to their management. Local residents will take part in a training program on the methods of tagging fish....

Energy Composition of and Summer Habitat Utilization by Babbage River Dolly Varden
Principal Investigator: Sandstrom, Steve
Licensed Year(s): 1991
Summary: The Researcher will continue to study the energy composition of and summer habitat utilization by Babbage River Dolly Varden. Fish will be collected by a number of methods, measured, tagged and released. A sub-sample will be dead sampled for sex, maturity and ageing structures as well as a number of dead samples will be frozen on site and transported to Winnipeg for analysis....