Collective navigation during the spawning migrations of Pacific salmon
This project seeks to understand the role of social interactions and collective behavior to influence patterns of homing and straying in Pacific salmonids and expands on ideas illuminated in the review of collective navigation in salmon led by Andrew Berdahl (Omidyar Fellow at the Santa Fe Institute) and Peter Westley, recently published in Fish and Fisheries.
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Berdahl, A., P.A.H. Westley, S.A. Levin, I.D. Couzin, and T.P. Quinn. (2014). "A collective
navigation hypothesis for homeward migration in anadromous salmonids". Fish and Fisheries. 17(2):525–542.
- Phenotypic plasticity
- Life history evolution
- Dispersal and philopatry
- Contemporary evolution
- Aquatic invasions and colonization
- Eco-evolutionary dynamics