Mobility of tournament-caught and released smallmouth bass Micropterus dolomieu was monitored in the Grand River, Ontario, between 1995 and 1999 using radiotelemetry and mark–recapture.
In 1999, Biotactic was retained by the City of Kitchener, to help develop spawning and nursery areas for warmwater fishes in ponds at the Stanley Park Optimists Natural Area.
The biology, microhabitat use and migratory behaviour of greenside darters (Etheostoma blennioides) was studied at the Mannheim Weir
We have been working in conjunction with Fisheries and Oceans Canada to study egg development, early life history
We continue to monitor diversity and relative abundance of fishes in the Welland River and Oswego Creek
In 1997, we began studying greater redhorse (Moxostoma valenciennesi) spawning habitat, spawning behaviour
Black redhorse larval and juvenile habitat was characterized in the Grand River, Ontario from June to September 2007-2012.
Silver Shiners were captured and habitat was characterized from 38 locations in the Grand River during the summer and autumn of 2013
Our initial contract with Environment Canada (EC) / Canadian Wildlife Service (CWS) involved relocation of native fish and disposal of non-native invasive species during a planned drawdown of the St. Clair National Wildlife Area
Coral Trout were tagged and tracked with ultrasonic transmitters over 81 days at an intra-lagoonal location at One Tree Island (OTI), Great Barrier Reef, Australia
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