Stephanie L. Gunckel

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The electron-donating ability of gallates, which are food and pharmaceutical antioxidants, is quantitatively assessed on the basis of their electrochemical characteristics. Gallic acid and the propyl, i-propyl, butyl, i-butyl, pentyl and i-pentyl gallate derivatives were electrochemically oxidized on the glassy carbon electrode by using differential pulse(More)
Brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) have been widely introduced outside their respective ranges within North America causing declines and displacement of native trout. Yet, successful coexistence of native and non-native trout has received little attention. Here we evaluated the effect of introduced brook trout on the(More)
We used radio telemetry to investigate the freshwater biology of adult Pacific lampreys in the Smith River, a coastal Oregon watershed. We tagged 91 adults at a fish ladder trap (65 km from the ocean) in the spring of 2006–07 and 2009–10. We did not detect a radio-tagging effect on short-term survival and migration rate relative to a PIT-tagged cohort. Fish(More)
—Pacific lampreys Entosphenus tridentatus (formerly Lampetra tridentata) and western brook lampreys L. richardsoni are observed in many coastal Oregon basins; however, few data are available to adequately describe their distribution and spawning habitat associations. To document landscape-scale distribution and habitat use of spawning adult lampreys, we(More)
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