Anadromy and the Life History of Salmonid Fishes: Nature, Nurture, and the Hand of Man

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Anadromy and the Life History of Salmonid Fishes: Nature, Nurture, and the Hand of Man

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Title: Anadromy and the Life History of Salmonid Fishes: Nature, Nurture, and the Hand of Man
Author: Quinn, Thomas P.
Abstract: Quinn will present a life history of anadromous salmonid fishes. As a case study, he will discuss a model system, sockeye salmon, in Bristol Bay, Alaska. Scientists have been studying these fish, in this habitat, for decades now. Quinn will review the effects of genetic controls (nature), environmental modulation (nurture), and the "hand of man" (such as commercial fishing) on the evolutionary processes of these fish.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16450

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