[alt.great-lakes] IAGLR Talk Titles on Zebra Mussels

jahayes@miavx1.acs.muohio.edu (05/29/91)

In article <EMV.91May29003247@bronte.aa.ox.com>, emv@msen.com (Ed Vielmetti) writes:
> Could you post the titles, esp. with names and group affiliations?

Sure, Ed. What follows is what I can get off my faxed copy of the
meeting schedule, so some of the names may be a little off. Unfortunately,
the affiliations are not given except for the session organizers. As
I said, I'll be at the meeting, so if you are REALLY nice to me, I'll
try to get the affiliations to you following the meeting. This stuff
appears in the LAKES LETTER, vol 22, no 1.

Session 4A: Symposium: "Progress in zebra mussel research in the
Great Lakes basin" (I) Convenors: Charles O'Neill and David MacNeill,
New York Sea Grant Extension, SUNY/Brockport.

Introductory remarks
Klerks, P.L., and P.C. Fraleigh. Zebra mussel veliger dynamics in
western Lake Erie near Maumoo Bay during 1990, and zebra mussel
control in water intakes by oxidant addition.

Nichols, S.J. and B. Kollar. Reproductive cycle of zebra mussels
(Dreissena polymorpha) in western Lake Erie at Monroe, Michigan.

Fitzsimons, J.D., J. Leach, S.Nepzy and V.W. Cairns. Effects of
zebra mussels on walleye reproduction in western Lake Erie.

Cavaletto, J.F., T.F. Nalepa, M.A. Ford and K.D. McElroy. Zebra
mussel fitness in Lake St. Clair: a comparison at two sites.

MacIsaac, H.J. and W.G. Sprules. Modelling the dynamics of zebra
mussel populations in the Great Lakes: How important are biotic

Kamcharan, C.W., D.K. Padilla and S.I. Dodson. Analysis of Dreissena
population dynamics in Europe and predictions for North America.

Pare, S.M. and H.P. Reissen. Impact of fish predation on zebra
mussel populations.

Kreis, R.G. Jr, M.D. Mullin, R. Rossman, J.L. Utz, J.E. Reidy, K.A.
Vargo and K.T. Smith. Contaminant concentrations in zebra mussel
tissue fro western Lake Erie, Monroe, Michigan.

Donahue, M.J. and C.A. Ratza. Policy and process: implementing the
'nonindigenous aquatic nuisance prevention and control act of 1990'.

Lichtkoppler, F.R. and D.O. Kelch. Recreational resource user attitudes
concerning the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) and other Great
Lakes issues.


Session 5A, same title, part II.

MacNeill, D.B. Physiological and morphological comparisons of Dreissena
polymorpha and Mytilopsis leucophaeta (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae).

Matisoff, G., A. Greenberg, G. Gubanich and P.L. McCall. Effects of
ammonia, chloramine, and chlorine dioxide on zebra mussel veliger

Spencer, F.S. Alternatives to chlorination for control of zebra mussels.

Baier, R.E. Control and mitigation of zebra mussel attachment by
use of nonpolluting, fouling-release coatings.

Snyder, F.L., S.W. Fisher, D.O. Kelch, and F.R. Lichtkoppler. 
Developing strategies for chemical applications to impede zebra
mussel movement to inland waters.

Keillor, P. Sand filter intakes for the prevention of zebra mussel
infestation in large and small water supply systems.
(end of session)

There. I hope that does it. Sorry for the length of the post, but
it saved me quite a bit of mailing....

Josh Hayes, Zoology, Miami of Ohio
jahayes@miavx1.acs.muohio.edu, or jahayes@miamiu.acs.muohio.edu