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Redd (nest) surveys for resident brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) were conducted annually in a mountain lake in northern New York for 11 years with multiple surveys conducted during the spawning season in eight of those years. Elevated temperatures in summer were correlated with a delay in spawning and a reduction in the total number of redds constructed. Increasing the summer mean of maximum daily air temperatures by 1 °C delayed spawning by approximately 1 week and decreased the total number of redds constructed by nearly 65.
Located in Science and Data / Brook Trout Related Publications
Reflections on Brook Trout Conservation over the past 6 years
Nat Gillespie talks about the state of brook trout conservation. Nat is the Assistant National Fish Program Leader for the US Forest Service in their Washington, DC headquarters. He served as the EBTJV Steering Committee Chair from 2017-2022.
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New review of genetic rescue
Is now the time? Shannon White, Jacob Rash, and David Kazyak review the application of genetic rescue to brook trout conservation.
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Small Grant Program now open
2023 Small grant program for outreach and education.
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See our videos from the recent EBTJV annual meeting!
in April 2022 EBTJV had a membership meeting at NCTC. Videos are now on YouTube.
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Based on counts of Brook Trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) collected over 28 yr at 115 sites in Shenandoah National Park, we developed mixed-effects models to (1) assess how well extreme streamflow, as compared to mean flows and total precipitation, can explain young-of-the-year (YOY) abundance, (2) identify potential nonlinear relationships between seasonal environmental covariates and abundance using nonlinear generalized additive mixed models, and (3) explore likely impacts of expected future weather and streamflow conditions.
Located in Science and Data / Brook Trout Related Publications