8 record(s) found with the tag "fish movements" (multi-year projects are grouped):
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Lake Trout Movements in Contwoyto Lake
Principal Investigator: Clayton, Terry
Licensed Year(s): 1994
Summary: Researchers will investigate lake trout movements in the vicinity of the Lupin gold mine at Contwoyto Lake. Tagging will be by conventional methods and will also include the use of ultrasonic transmitters which are surgically implanted in lake trout. Fish movements will be monitored at intervals throughout the summer. The primary capture methodology will be angling....

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....

Yukon North Slope charr tagging project
Principal Investigator: Stabler, Matt
Licensed Year(s): 1993
Summary: Dolly varden charr that use the Babbage, Firth, Big Fish and Rat Rivers spend the summer months in the estuary off of the Yukon North Slope. It is not yet known to what extent charr from each of these rivers mix while they are together during the summer. The researchers will be at King Point during the course of other duties and will catch and radio tag ten charr in order to monitor the fish's m...

Radio tagging of broad whitefish (Coregonus nasus) on the Arctic Red River
Principal Investigator: Chang-Kue, Ken T.J.
Licensed Year(s): 1993
Summary: The field work of this project will involve attaching radio tags or transmitters on 20 broad whitefish at a location approximately 40 km from the mouth of the Arctic Red River. The movements of these whitefish from September to the following June can then be monitored to determine their migration routes, spawning areas and overwintering areas. Data from the radio transmitters is collected by a s...

Distribution, movements and relative abundance of dolly varden charr at the Big Fish River, NWT
Principal Investigator: Harwood, Lois
Licensed Year(s): 1993
Summary: This project will involve tagging charr and monitoring their movements. The fish will be tagged at the overwintering site in spring, before they start to migrate downstream. The fish with radio tags will be tracked every 4-6 weeks throughout the spring, summer and fall. Fish caught by the summer fishery at Shingle Point and having floy tags will be recorded. 100 charr each (mostly females) wil...

North Slope Char Summer Ecology Project
Principal Investigator: Sandstrom, Steve
Licensed Year(s): 1990
Summary: The Fieldwork will involve removing fish from selected pools by a number of methods including electroshocking, seine and angling. They will be anaesthetized, weighed, measured and tagged. The researcher estimates that no more than 5% of the total catch will be dead sampled....

Movements of Arctic Cisco along the Beaufort Sea Coastline and up the Mackenzie River
Principal Investigator: Griffiths, William
Licensed Year(s): 1988
Summary: William Griffiths and his team will be using nets to sample and tag Arctic Cisco along the Beaufort Sea coastline. A $5.00 reward is offered for each fish tag returned. They are also collecting fish in the Mackenzie River at the junctions of the Liard, Great Bear, Loon, Mountain, Peel, and Arctic Red rivers. They will either net or purchase the fish to determine whether the fish belong to th...

Licence #2462
Principal Investigator: Mackay, William C.
Licensed Year(s): 1979
Summary: Using radio telemetric techniques to determine the extent of movement and the types of habitat utilized by Northern Pike....