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in Aquatic Biology and Conservation

List of Scholarship Recipients - 1998 to 2014

Laura Murray - $2,500 - Effects of nanosilver on metabolism, growth rate, and cortisol release in Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).

Stephen Siddons - $2,500 - Population dynamics and movement of Channel Catfish in the Red River of the North. 

Matthew Guzzo PhD. - $2,500 - Effects of climate change on boreal Lake Trout populations.

Iain Phillips PhD. - $2,500 - Development of aquatic ecosystem health stewardship tools for the Northern Great Plains based on empirical models of benthic macroinvertebrate community structure.

Laura Wheeland - $2,500 - Acoustic measures of habitat preferences and movements of fishes in a hydropower reservoir.

Erin Spice - $2,500 - Sex differentiation in lampreys: Differential timing and gene expression in parasitic versus non-parasitic species.  

Lee Hrenchuk - $2,500 - Relative uptake of newly deposited waterborne and dietary mercury by Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens) in a boreal aquatic food web. 

Lisa Friedrich - $2,500 - Otolith microchemistry as a tool to monitor changes in the environment of various species from different water bodies in Manitoba that are impacted by mine tailings. 

Stephanie Backhouse - $2,500 - Using microsatellite and mitochondrial DNA variation to investigate population structure of Walleye (Sander vitreus) in Lake Winnipeg. 

Lynn Frazer - $2,500 - Paleo-limnological reconstruction of cladoceran community reassembly following experimental manipulation of two boreal shield lakes.

Allan Dupuis - $2,500 - Effects of a warm spring on phytoplankton and zooplankton population dynamics in small eutrophic lakes in the Canadian prairies: implications of a changing climate.

Scott Kolochuck - $2,500 - Water quality in farm ponds in the Portage Plains related to land forms, land use and water use by humans.

Elaine Shipley - $2,500 - Water quality and changes in water quality in Lake Manitoba over the last fifteen years.

Katarzyna Dyszy – $2,500 - Common Carp feeding activity and what effect this activity may have on the use of breeding sites by frogs.

Susan Hertam - $2,500 - Effects of Common Carp feeding on water quality in Delta Marsh.

Karen Suchy - $2,500 - Ecological effects of an invasion of exotic zooplankton on Lake Winnipeg.

Mark Lowdon - $2,500 - Impacts of introduced wild rice (Zizania Palustris) on invertebrate communities in lakes in west-central Manitoba.

Ainslie MacBeth - $2,500 - exotic blue-green algae found in lakes in the Whiteshell Provincial Park.

Jeff Anderson - $2,500 - Movement and habitat use of several species of fish in the Assiniboine River.

Tara Bortoluzzi - $2,500 - Amounts of primary nutrients (phosphate and nitrate) entering the Delta and Netley-Libau marshes.

Lee Murray - $2,500 - Re-examination of Shortjaw Cisco (Coregonus zenithicus) occurrence in Manitoba waters.

Candace Parks - $2,500 - Institute Experimental manipulation of Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio) in peripheral ponds of Delta Marsh, Manitoba: Effects on fish and wildlife populations.

Patrick Nelson - $1,500 - Organization and structure of physical fish habitat in riverine environments: Lotic processes and species occurrence.

Pascal Baidou - $1,500 - Effects of the Common Carp (Cyprinus carpio) on Water Quality and Algal Community Structure in a Freshwater Coastal Marsh.

Douglas Watkinson - $1,500 - Identification and Movements of Walleye Stocks in Lake Winnipeg.

Maureen Forster - $1,500 - Effects of agricultural contaminants on fish and fish habitat in the streams of the southern portion of the Manitoba escarpment.

Michael Johnson - $1,500 - Determination of the position of the Yellow Perch in the food web using parasites and stable isotopes.

April Kiers - $1,500 - Effects of insecticide addition and nutrient enrichment on the algal communities in Delta Marsh, Manitoba.


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