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Bibliography of the Maurice Lamontagne Institute

Christiane HUDON

HUDON, C., R. MORIN, J. BUNCH, R. HARLAND, 1996. Carbon and nutrient output from the Great Whale River (Hudson Bay) and a comparison with other rivers around Quebec. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 53: 1513-1525 .

The annual load and the composition of material exported to the coast of Hudson Bay were characterized and modelled over the hydrological cycle of the Great Whale River. Annual exportations of particulate inorganic matter (PIM), particulate organic matter (POM), and dissolved organic carbon (DOC) to Hudson Bay were estimated at 135 000, 21 000, and 90 000 t, respectively. PIM, POM, and DOC concentrations were positively related to discharge, as were concentrations of coarse (>1 mm), fine (53 µ-1mm), and very fine (0.7-53 µ) particulate organic matter. Of the three size fractions, very fine particulate organic matter exhibited the highest heterotrophic activity, the lowest C :N ration, and the highest chlorophyll a concentration (1 µg•L-1 during summer. During the ice break up period, 25-35 % of the yearly PIM load, 23% of the POM load, 11 % of the DOC load, and 5-14 % of the dissolved nutrient load were exported to Hudson Bay. River waters were less concentrated in nutrients than Hudson Bay coastal waters. Comparison of DOC output with that of 46 other rivers draining the Precambrian Shield shows that, for a given runoff value, rivers flowing through tundra to Hudson and Ungava bays carried a specific DOC load aout half that of rivers flowing through forested basins to the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

HUDON, C., 1994. Biological events during ice breakup in the Great Whale River (Hudson Bay). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 51: 2467-2481 .

HUDON, C., R.E. CRAWFORD, R.G. INGRAM, 1993. Influence of physical forcing on the spatial distribution of marine fauna near Resolution Island (eastern Hudson Strait). Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 92: 1-14 .

MORIN, B., C. HUDON, F.G. WHORISKEY, 1992. Environmental influences on seasonal distribution of coastal and estuarine fish assemblages at Wemindji, eastern James Bay. Environ. Biol. Fishes, 35: 219-229 .

HUDON, C., D.G. PARSONS, R. CRAWFORD, 1992. Diel pelagic foraging by a pandalid shrimp (Pandalus montagui) off Resolution Island (eastern Hudson Strait). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 49: 565-576 .

CRAWFORD, R.E., C. HUDON, D.G. PARSONS, 1992. An acoustic study of shrimp (Pandalus montagui) distribution near Resolution Island (eastern Hudson Strait). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 49: 842-856 .

Echo integration, a multistage plankton sampler (BIONESS), and a bottom trawl were used to examine the horizontal and vertical distribution of shrimp (Pandalus montagui) near Resolution Island in eastern Hudson Strait. Shrimp were concentrated in two locations within the study area and they maintained this pattern of horizontal distribution for at least 7 d. Acoustic observations revealed a scale of horizontal patchiness that was obscured by the "homogenization effect" of sampling by bottom trawl and plankton net. The shrimp underwent a nocturnal vertical migration with other zooplankton to > 200 m from the bottom and a subsequent downward migration during early daylight hours. This diel migration resulted in reduced availability of shrimp to the bottom trawl at night. Timing of the migrations varied, possibly as a result of interaction with oceanographic processes.©1992 Minister of Supply and Services Canada

DOYON, J.-F., C. HUDON, R. MORIN, F.G. WHORISKEY Jr, 1991. Bénéfices à court terme des mouvements anadromes saisonniers pour une population d'omble de fontaine (Salvelinus fontinalis) du Nouveau-Québec. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 48: 2212-2222 .

ENNIS, J., K. DRINKWATER, P. OUELLET, P. BRUNEL, M. FRÉCHETTE, D. GAUTHIER, L. GENDRON, J. HIMMELMAN, C. HUDON, I. McQUINN, L. SAVARD, J. WORMS, 1991. Rapport de l'atelier de travail sur les invertébrés. Pages 47-54 in J.-C. Therriault (éd.). Le golfe du Saint-Laurent : petit océan ou grand estuaire? Ministère des pêches et des océans (Publ. spéc. can. sci. halieut. aquat., 113) .

MORIN, B., C. HUDON, F. WHORISKEY, 1991. Seasonal distribution, abundance, and life-history traits of Greenland cod, Gadus ogac, at Wemindji, eastern James Bay. Can. J. Zool., 69: 3061-3070 .

Greenland cod populations near Wemindji, eastern James Bay, were studied in 1987 and 1988 to describe the species' general ecology and life-history characteristics. During the summer, they principally occupied shallow (2–5 m) coastal waters. This habitat was characterized by a belt of eelgrass (Zostera marina) at depths of 1–3 m, salinities between 20 and 23 ‰, and temperatures of 3–20 °C. Daily trap catches were highly variable, and more fish were caught at night than during the day. In winter, more cod were found inshore, in the estuary, than in coastal waters. This movement corresponds to the completion of sexual maturity; spawning occurs in April to June. Growth rate was linear for males and females. The age at maturity was 3 years and no trade-off was observed between growth and reproduction. Greenland cod spawned every year, and the maximum age was 9 years. Life-history variables for Greenland cod differ from those of most arctic benthic fishes; this species shows rapid growth, high fecundity, low age at maturity, and high mortality. These characteristics may represent important adaptations allowing cod to sustain life in James Bay coastal waters, where environmental conditions are different from those in arctic waters.©1991 National Research Council Canada

YA, T., B.K. SIMPSON, H. RAMASWAMY, V. YAYLAYAN, J.P. SMITH, C. HUDON, 1991. Carotenoproteins from lobster waste as a potential feed supplement for cultured salmonids. Food Biotechnol., 5: 87-93 .

HUDON, C., P. LEGENDRE, A. LAVOIE, J.-M. DUBOIS, G. VIGEANT, 1991. Effets du climat et de l'hydrographie sur le recrutement du homard américain (Homarus americanus) dans le nord du golfe du Saint-Laurent. Pages 161-177 in J.-C. Therriault (éd.). Le golfe du Saint Laurent : petit océan ou grand estuaire? Ministère des pêches et des océans (Publ. spéc. can. sci. halieut. aquat., 113) .

ENNIS, J., K. DRINKWATER, P. OUELLET, P. BRUNEL, M. FRÉCHETTE, D. GAUTHIER, L. GENDRON, J. HIMMELMAN, C. HUDON, I. McQUINN, L. SAVARD, J. WORMS, 1991. Report of the Workshop on Invertebrates. Pages 47-54 in J.-C. Therriault (ed.). The Gulf of St. Lawrence : small ocean or big estuary ? Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans (Can. Spec. Publ. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 113) .

HUDON, C., 1990. The Hudson Strait marine ecosystem : an overview : macroinvertebrate assemblages. Pages 107-119 in J.A. Percy (ed.). Proceedings of a Workshop : Marine Ecosystem Studies in Hudson Strait, November 9-10, 1989, Montréal, Québec. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans (Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 1770) .

HUDON, C., 1990. Distribution of shrimp and fish by-catch assemblages in the Canadian eastern Arctic in relation to water circulation. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 47: 1710-1723 .

LAVOIE, A., C. HUDON, J.-M. DUBOIS, G. VIGEANT, 1989. La télédétection : un outil additionnel pour les études qui portent sur le recrutement larvaire de certaines espèces marines. Pages 2061-2064 in IGARSS '89 : 12th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing : 12e Symposium canadien sur la télédétection, volume 4 .

HUDON, C., G. LAMARCHE, 1989. Niche segregation between American lobster Homarus americanus and rock crab Cancer irroratus. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 52: 155-168 .

HUDON, C., P. FRADETTE, 1988. Planktonic growth of lobster (Homarus americanus) larvae off Îles-de-la-Madeleine (Quebec), Gulf of St. Lawrence. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 45: 868-878 .

HUDON, C., 1988. Background information on the lobster question. Pages 236-244 in M. Sinclair, J.T. Anderson, M. Chadwick, J. Gagné, W.D. Mckone, J.C. Rice & D. Ware (ed.). Report from the National Workshop on Recruitment. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans (Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 626) .

HUDON, C., P. LEGENDRE, 1987. The ecological implications of growth forms in epibenthic diatoms. J. Phycol., 23: 434-441 .

HUDON, C., H.C. DUTHIE, B. PAUL, 1987. Physiological modifications related to density increases in periphytic assemblages. J. Phycol., 23: 393-399 .

HUDON, C., 1987. The ecology and growth of postlarval and juvenile lobster, Homarus americanus, off Îles-de-la-Madeleine (Quebec). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 44: 1855-1869 .

ATTARD, J., C. HUDON, 1987. Embryonic development and energetic investment in egg production in relation to size of female lobster (Homarus americanus). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 44: 1157-1164 .

HUDON, C., H.C. DUTHIE, S.M. SMITH, S.A. DITNER, 1986. Relationships between lakewater pH and sedimentary diatoms in the Matamek watershed, northeastern Quebec, Canada. Hydrobiologia, 140: 49-65 .

HUDON, C., P. FRADETTE, P. LEGENDRE, 1986. La répartition horizontale et verticale des larves de homard (Homarus americanus) autour des Îles-de-la-Madeleine, golfe du Saint-Laurent. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 43: 2164-2176 .