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Subject: Re: Fish movements/Degree days
From: Don McAllister <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Fri, 4 Apr 1997 14:32:48 -0500

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Darran L. Crabtree wrote:
>       I am interested
> in the contributions of fish production from the nearshore areas
> (including coastal wetlands) of Lake Ontario to the open water system.
>         Presently I am employed as a research assistant evaluating the
> impacts of a flow control device on the Irondequoit Creek (Lake Ontario

I would check out the appropriate volume of Physiology of Fishes. Many
fishes time their spawning by photoperiodism, others may be influenced
by temperature, or seasonal or other kinds of water level discharges.


> Thanks in advance
> Darran L. Crabtree
> State University of New York
> College of Environmental Science and Forestry
> Syracuse, New York 13210
> 315-470-6949
> [log in to unmask]

Don E. McAllister             /& Canadian Centre for Biodiversity
Ocean Voice International          /Canadian Museum of Nature
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Ottawa, ON K1V 0W0, Canada    /Ottawa, ON K1P 6P4
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