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The Lake Ontario Pelagic Foodweb: A Modeling Synthesis of Salmonine Recruitment and Prey-Fish Population Dynamics

This new project will synthesize data from several sources  responsible for Lake Ontario research and management and update an  existing lake-wide predator/prey model. Plus generate new data and  synthesize existing information on wild production of salmonines from  Lake Ontario tributaries. Fisheries scientists and managers will have available updated  information on predator/prey dynamics in Lake Ontario along with  updated information about wild recruitment and updated modeling tools  for use in assessing the outcomes of changing climate and/or stocking  levels and different management actions.

Status
In progress
Type
Project
Start Date
End Date
Researchers
Neil H. RinglerPrincipal Investigator
Associated with 1 projects
Robert O GormanResearcher
Associated with 2 projects
Donald J. StewartResearcher
Associated with 1 projects
Agencies
New York Sea Grant $ 89,591.00USDEstimates

Funding 14 projects for a total of $1,043,408.00
Scope of Study
Literature / Existing Data
Theoretical
Scale of Phenomena
Population
Processes
Natural Ecological Processes
Resource Management
Fisheries
Lake Basin Connecting Channels
Lake Ontario
State Province
New York
Annex Numbers
Research & Development
Annex 17
Physical and transformational processes affecting delivery of pollutants
General
Annex
  • Annex Numbers
    Annex Numbers
    Research & Development
  • Annex 17
    Annex 17
    Physical and transformational processes affecting delivery of pollutants

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