Environmental Sciences

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Nicholas Johnson

The U.S. Geological Survey
United States Virgin Islands


Nicholas Johnson,Department of:Ecology The U.S geological survey, Research Ecologist Great Lakes Science Center

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  • Imre, I., Di Rocco, R.T., McClure, H., Johnson, N.S., Brown, G.E. In Press. Migratory stage sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) stop responding to conspecific damage-released alarn cues after 4 hours of continuous exposure. Journal of Fish Biology

  • Di Rocco, R.T., Johnson, N.S., Brege, L., Imre, I., Brown, G.E. In Press. Sea lamprey avoid areas scented with conspecific tissue extract in Michigan streams. Fisheries Management and Ecology.

  • Johnson, N.S., Brenden, T.O., Swink, W.D., Lipps, M. On-line. Survival and metamorphosis of larval sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) residing in Lakes Michigan and Huron near river mouths. Journal of Great Lakes Research

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