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3rd NSERC HydroNet Annual Symposium in partnership with Environnement Illimité inc. and LVM
Date : April 9th to 11th, 2013

Location : Delta Centre-ville, 777 University Street, Montreal, Quebec

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Presentations and Abstracts
Poster Session Abstracts
Abstract Year 3 Advances in Two Components of the Integrated SNG Program: Geomorphic Impacts and Flow Regime Alteration. Context and introduction to the approaches followed. M. Lapointe, Theme Leader, McGill University
Presentation Abstract Using Natural Flow Classes to Estimate Hydrologic Alteration by Dams across Canada, a HydroNet Study. F. McLaughlin and M. Lapointe, McGill University.
Presentation Abstract Remote Sensing of River Structure in the Context of Mapping Hydraulic Habitat at the Reach Scale.
F. Hugue and M. Lapointe, McGill University.
Presentation Abstract Geomorphic Controls on Physical Habitat Variability in a Hydropeaking System. A. Tamminga, H. Buehler, L. Winterhalt, and B. Eaton, University of British Columbia
Abstract NSERC Canadian Network for Aquatic Ecosystem Services. P.R. Peres-Neto, Université du Québec à Montréal.
Abstract The Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network II. L. Johnson, Université Laval.
Abstract How does Flow Regulation Affect Riverine Fishes? R. Cunjak, Theme Leader, Canadian Rivers Institute, University of New Brunswick; R.G. Randall, K.D. Clarke, Fisheries and Oceans Canada; and F. Hicks, University of Alberta.
Abstract River Ice Observations on Small Regulated and Unregulated Streams in New Brunswick, Canada.
J. Nafziger, University of Alberta; P. Thoms, Canadian Rivers Institute, University of New Brunswick; J. Banack, F. Hicks, University of Alberta; and R. Cunjak, Canadian Rivers Institute, University of New Brunswick.
Abstract The Effects of Flow Regulation on the Dynamic Winter Ice Processes of the Kananaskis River. S. Emmer, J. Nafziger, F. Hicks, M. Loewen and V. McFarlane, University of Alberta.
Presentation Abstract Winter Condition of Atlantic Salmon Parr and Pre-Smolts Experiencing Hydropeaking Flow Regimes.
S. Vue, Canadian Rivers Institute, University of New Brunswick; K. D. Clarke, Fisheries and Oceans Canada; and R.A. Cunjak, Canadian Rivers Institute, University of New Brunswick.
Presentation Abstract How does streamflow regulation affect fish population dynamics? A.R. Hards, R. Cunjak, University of New Brunswick.
Abstract Genetic Diversity Analysis of Bull Trout (Salvelinus confluentus) in the Upper Lillooet River Basin, British Columbia: Enhancing our Understanding of the Effects of Hydropower Development and Operations on Fish Populations. C.M. Bettles, SNC Lavalin Environment; and E.B. Taylor, University of British Columbia.
Abstract Innovative Lake Trout Spawning and Incubation Investigations and New Information Related to the Effects of Winter Drawdown on Lake Trout in Northern Reservoirs. B. Schonewille, B. Snow and P. Tobler, EDI Environmental Dynamics Inc.
Presentation Abstract Field and Laboratory Assessment of Turning Pool Hydraulics in a Vertical Slot Fishway Relative to Fish Passage. A. Marriner, A.B. Baki, D.Z. Zhu, University of Alberta; J.D. Thiem, S.J. Cooke, Carleton University; C. Katopodis, Katopodis Ecohydraulics Ltd.
Abstract Biological Evaluation of Upstream Lake Sturgeon Passage at the Vianney-Legendre Fishway.J.D. Thiem, Carleton University.
Abstract NSERC HydroNet: a Glimpse into the Future. D. Boisclair, Université de Montréal, S.J. Cooke, Carleton University, R. Mclaughlin, University of Guelph, G. Bourque, I. Dolinsek, G. Guénard, G. Lanthier, and C. Senay, Université de Montréal.

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