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Stroud Center Awarded Grant to Study Agricultural Contaminants

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Pesticides and other contaminants from agriculture pose an unknown threat to the Rio Sierpe ecosystem and to humans who eat contaminated fish and shellfish.

UpStream Newsletter, Winter 2011

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Stroud Center scientists think Papua New Guinea might be more important in terms of carbon and sediment discharge than the entire Amazon River.

Simulating fishery-induced evolution in Chinook salmon: the role of harvest gear, location and genetic correlations among life history traits

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Eldridge, W.H., J.J. Hard, and K.A. Naish. 2010. Ecological Applications 20(7):1936–1948.

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A preliminary water quality study of the Rio Sierpe and its tributaries (Costa Rica)

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Arscott, D.B., W. Eldridge, and B.W. Sweeney. 2010. Prepared for the Blue Moon Foundation. Stroud Water Research Center, Avondale, Pennsylvania. 

UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2009

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The International Bar Code of Life project has the potential to revolutionize research, pest and disease control, food safety, and much more.

Long-term changes in the fine-scale population structure of coho salmon populations (Oncorhynchus kisutch) subject to extensive supportive breeding

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Eldridge, W.H., J.M. Myers, and K.A. Naish. 2009. Heredity 103:299–309.

Genetic consequences of size-selective fishing: implications for viability of Chinook salmon in the Arctic-Yukon-Kuskokwim Region of Alaska

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Hard, J., W. Eldridge, and K. Naish. 2009. Pages 759–780 in Sustainability of the Arctic-Yukon-Kuskokwim salmon fisheries. C.C. Krueger and C. E. Zimmerman (editors). Pacific salmon: ecology and management of western Alaska’s populations. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.

UpStream Newsletter, Summer 2008

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Willy Eldridge recently joined the Stroud™ Water Research Center to launch its Fish Molecular Ecology Department.

Fish Ecologist and Geneticist Joins the Stroud Center

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Eldridge’s research is concerned with understanding and conserving the genetic diversity that is necessary for fish to adapt to changing environments.

Genetic diversity over multiple generations of supplementation: an example from Chinook salmon using microsatellite and demographic data

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Eldridge, W., and K. Killebrew. 2008. Conservation Genetics 9(1):13–28.