Yoichiro Kanno

Assistant Professor, Fisheries Ecology


Yoichiro-photo.jpgEmail: ykanno@clemson.edu
Office: 864-656-1645

Department:
School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences

Location:
216 Lehotsky Hall


Education:
Ph.D. (Natural Resources), 2010 – University of Connecticut
MES (Environmental Studies), 2002 – Dalhousie University, Canada
BA (Law), 2002 – Meiji University, Japan

Responsibilities:
Courses
WFB 4160: Fishery Biology
WFB 4180: Fishery Conservation
FNR 4700-040: Stream Fish Creative Inquiry

Research interest:
Fisheries ecology and management, stream ecology, population and community ecology, global change biology, conservation genetics.

Publications:
Kanno, Y., B.H. Letcher, J.C. Vokoun, and E.F. Zipkin. 2014. Spatial variability in adult brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) survival within two intensively surveyed headwater stream networks. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71: 1010-1019.

Zipkin, E.F., J.T. Thorson, K. See, H.J. Lynch, E.H.C. Grant, Y. Kanno, R.B. Chandler, B.H. Letcher, and J.A. Royle. 2014. Modeling structured population dynamics using data from unmarked individuals. Ecology 95: 22-29.

Beauchene, M., M. Becker, C.J. Bellucci, N. Hagstrom, and Y. Kanno. 2014. Defining summer thermal thresholds of fish community transitions in Connecticut streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34: 119-131.

Kanno, Y., B.H. Letcher, J.A. Coombs, K.H. Nislow, and A.R. Whiteley. 2014. Linking movement and reproductive history of brook trout to assess habitat connectivity in a heterogeneous stream network. Freshwater Biology 59: 142-154.

Kanno, Y., J.C. Vokoun, and B.H. Letcher. 2014. Paired stream-air temperature measurements reveal fine-scale thermal heterogeneity within headwater brook trout stream networks. River Research and Applications 30: 745-755.

DiStefano, R.J., T.R. Black, S.S. Herleth-King, Y. Kanno, and H.T. Mattingly. 2013. Life histories of two populations of the imperiled crayfish Orconectes (Procericambarus) williamsi (Decapoda: Cambaridae) in southwestern Missouri, USA. Journal of Crustacean Biology 33: 15-24.

Kanno, Y., W.T. Russ, C.J. Sutherland, and S.B. Cook. 2012. Prioritizing aquatic conservation areas using spatial patterns and partitioning of fish community diversity in a near-natural temperate basin. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22: 799-812.

Kanno, Y., J.C. Vokoun, K.E. Holsinger, and B.H. Letcher. 2012. Estimating size-specific brook trout abundance in continuously sampled headwater streams using Bayesian mixed models with zero inflation and overdispersion. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 404-419.

Kanno, Y., C.U. Schmidt, S.B. Cook, and H.T. Mattingly. 2012. Variation in microhabitat use of the threatened spotfin chub (Erimonax monachus) among stream sites and seasons. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 363-374.

Kanno, Y., J.C. Vokoun, and B.H. Letcher. 2011. Fine-scale population structure and riverscape genetics of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) distributed continuously along headwater channel networks. Molecular Ecology 20: 3711-3729.

Kanno, Y., J.C. Vokoun, and B.H. Letcher. 2011. Sibship reconstruction for inferring mating systems, dispersal and effective population size in headwater brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) populations. Conservation Genetics 12: 619-628.

Kanno, Y., and J.C. Vokoun. 2010. Evaluating effects of water withdrawals and impoundments on fish assemblages in southern New England streams, USA. Fisheries Management and Ecology 17: 272-283.

Kanno, Y., J.C. Vokoun, and M. Beauchene. 2010. Development of dual fish multi-metric indices of biological condition for streams with characteristic thermal gradients and low species richness. Ecological Indicators 10: 565-571.

Kanno, Y., J.C. Vokoun, D.D. Dauwalter, R.M. Hughes, A.T. Herlihy, T.R. Maret, and T.M. Patton. 2009. Influence of rare species on electrofishing distance when estimating species richness of stream and river reaches. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138: 1240-1251.

Kanno, Y., and J.C. Vokoun. 2008. Biogeography of stream fishes in Connecticut: defining faunal regions and assemblage types. Northeastern Naturalist 15: 557-576.

Bourret, S.J., R.W. Tingley, III, Y. Kanno, and J.C. Vokoun. 2008. Maximum daily consumption and specific daily metabolic demand of juvenile flathead catfish. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 23: 413-419.

Kanno, Y., and J. MacMillan. 2004. Developing an index of sustainable coldwater streams using fish community attributes in River Philip, Nova Scotia. Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science 42: 319-338.

Kanno, Y., and K. Beazley. 2004. Freshwater fish considerations for aquatic conservation systems planning in Nova Scotia. Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science 42: 375-391.

Professional society activity:
American Fisheries Society
Ecological Society of America

Courses:
WFB 416: Fishery Biology

Website/Publications:
http://kannofish.weebly.com/
http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=6mlcODQAAAAJ&hl=en