Richard E. Brenner

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The straying of hatchery salmon may harm wild salmon populations through a variety of ecological and genetic mechanisms. Surveys of pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha), chum (O. keta) and sockeye (O. nerka) salmon in wild salmon spawning locations in Prince William Sound (PWS), Alaska since 1997 show a wide range of hatchery straying. The analysis of thermally(More)
We have studied by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy the evolution of the proton spectral changes in acute experimental allergic encephalomyelitis. We found an in vivo elevation in the ratio between the peaks assigned to "choline containing compounds" (Cho) and creatine plus phosphocreatine (Cr). This was associated with an increase in choline,(More)
We hypothesized that differences in microbial and plant N demand in balsam poplar and white spruce stands would control in situ net N transformation and retention following N additions. Throughout the study, N fertilizer (NH 4 NO 3) was added in three increments during the growing season, giving an annual N addition of 100 kg ha À1 yr À1. In balsam poplar,(More)
The average sizes of Pacific salmon have declined in some areas in the Northeast Pacific over the past few decades, but the extent and geographic distribution of these declines in Alaska is uncertain. Here, we used regression analyses to quantify decadal trends in length and age at maturity in ten datasets from commercial harvests, weirs, and spawner(More)
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