Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

(The median citation count of Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
The River Continuum Concept: lessons from the past and perspectives for the future60
Comparing performance of catch-based and length-based stock assessment methods in data-limited fisheries48
Loss of spawning habitat and prerecruits of Pacific cod during a Gulf of Alaska heatwave40
Accurate estimation of conservation unit contribution to coho salmon mixed-stock fisheries in British Columbia, Canada, using direct DNA sequencing for single nucleotide polymorphisms29
Acute cerebrovascular effects in juvenile coho salmon exposed to roadway runoff27
The alarming state of freshwater biodiversity in Canada25
Experimental demonstration of catch hyperstability from habitat aggregation, not effort sorting, in a recreational fishery24
Climate and competition influence sockeye salmon population dynamics across the Northeast Pacific Ocean24
The reproductive value of large females: consequences of shifts in demographic structure for population reproductive potential in Chinook salmon23
Evaluation of a citizen science platform for collecting fisheries data from coastal sea trout anglers21
Exceptionally high mortality of adult female salmon: a large-scale pattern and a conservation concern21
Growth during the first summer at sea modulates sex-specific maturation schedule in Atlantic salmon20
Invaders induce coordinated isotopic niche shifts in native fish species20
Could ecological release buffer suppression efforts for non-native lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) in Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park?18
Monitoring change in a dynamic environment: spatiotemporal modelling of calibrated data from different types of fisheries surveys of Pacific halibut18
Evidence for temperature-dependent shifts in spawning times of anadromous alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) and blueback herring (Alosa aestivalis)18
Remarkable response of native fishes to invasive trout suppression varies with trout density, temperature, and annual hydrology18
Out with the old and in with the new: T90 codends improve size selectivity in the Canadian redfish (Sebastes mentella) trawl fishery18
Assessing the performance of statistical classifiers to discriminate fish stocks using Fourier analysis of otolith shape18
Consequences of changing water clarity on the fish and fisheries of the Laurentian Great Lakes18
Life under an oil slick: response of a freshwater food web to simulated spills of diluted bitumen in field mesocosms18
Applications of telemetry to fish habitat science and management16
Mortality of Atlantic salmon after catch and release angling: assessment of a recreational Atlantic salmon fishery in a changing climate16
Paradox of otolith shape indices: routine but overestimated use16
Parentage-based tagging improves escapement estimates for ESA-listed adult Chinook salmon and steelhead in the Snake River basin15
Wild salmon and the shifting baseline syndrome: application of archival and contemporary redd counts to estimate historical Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) production potential in the15
What evidence exists for evaluating the effectiveness of conservation-oriented captive breeding and release programs for imperilled freshwater fishes and mussels?115
Alien species stabilize local fisheries catch in a highly invaded ecosystem15
A NOAA Fisheries science perspective on the conditions during and after COVID-19: challenges, observations, and some possible solutions, or why the future is upon us15
Partitioning fish communities into guilds for ecological analyses: an overview of current approaches and future directions14
Potential sources of bias in the climate sensitivities of fish otolith biochronologies14
Evidence of prevalent heat stress in Yukon River Chinook salmon14
Food and initial size influence overwinter survival and condition of a juvenile marine fish (age-0 Atlantic cod)14
Age validation of yellowfin (Thunnus albacares) and bigeye (Thunnus obesus) tuna of the northwestern Atlantic Ocean13
Inconspicuous, recovering, or northward shift: status and management of the white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) in Atlantic Canada13
Comparative analyses with conventional surveys reveal the potential for an angler app to contribute to recreational fisheries monitoring13
Science for integrative management of a diadromous fish stock: interdependencies of fisheries, flow, and habitat restoration13
Integrating side-scan sonar and acoustic telemetry to estimate the annual spawning run size of Atlantic sturgeon in the Hudson River13
Improved understanding and prediction of freshwater fish communities through the use of joint species distribution models13
Hypoxia’s impact on pelagic fish populations in Lake Erie: a tale of two planktivores13
Drivers of walleye recruitment in Minnesota’s large lakes12
Impact of in-stream restoration structures on salmonid abundance and biomass: an updated meta-analysis12
The various ways that anadromous salmonids use lake habitats to complete their life history12
Feeding interactions between Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) postsmolts and other planktivorous fish in the Northeast Atlantic12
Marine temperature and depth use by anadromous Arctic char correlates to body size and diel period12
Using temporally explicit habitat suitability models to infer the migratory pattern of a large mobile shark12
Sex-specific differences in physiological recovery and short-term behaviour following fisheries capture in adult sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)12
Trophic niche overlap and abundance reveal potential impact of interspecific interactions on a reintroduced fish12
Modelling grass carp egg transport using a 3-D hydrodynamic river model: the role of egg retention in dead zones on spawning success12
Quantifying migratory capacity and dispersal of the invasive tench (Tinca tinca) in the St. Lawrence River using otolith chemistry11
Trophic ecology of the European eel (Anguilla anguilla) across different salinity habitats inferred from fatty acid and stable isotope analysis11
Multi-scale and multi-system perspectives of zooplankton structure and function in Canadian freshwaters11
A flexible survey design for monitoring spatiotemporal fish richness in nonwadeable rivers: optimizing efficiency by integrating gears11
Can nutrient additions facilitate recovery of Pacific salmon?11
Novel epigenetic age estimation in wild-caught Gulf of Mexico reef fishes11
Larval connectivity of northern shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in the Northwest Atlantic11
Incorporating harvest–population diversity trade-offs into harvest policy analyses of salmon management in large river basins11
Small biased body size of salmon fry preyed upon by piscivorous fish in riverine and marine habitats11
In situ experimental evaluation of tag burden and gill biopsy reveals survival impacts on migrating juvenile sockeye salmon11
Lake water level response to drought in a lake-rich region explained by lake and landscape characteristics11
Evaluating management strategies for marine mammal populations: an example for multiple species and multiple fishing sectors in Iceland11
Chinook salmon exhibit long-term rearing and early marine growth in the Fraser River, British Columbia, a large urban estuary10
Modeling hypolimnetic dissolved oxygen depletion using monitoring data10
Tide gates form physical and ecological obstacles to river herring (Alosa spp.) spawning migrations10
Disease ecology of wild fish: opportunities and challenges for linking infection metrics with behaviour, condition, and survival10
Spatiotemporal patterns in trophic niche overlap among five salmonines in Lake Michigan, USA10
Inuvialuit knowledge of Pacific salmon range expansion in the western Canadian Arctic10
It’s elemental, my dear Watson: validating seasonal patterns in otolith chemical chronologies10
Environmental variability and fishing effects on the Pacific sardine fisheries in the Gulf of California10
Swimming capability of target fish from eight hydropower stations in China relative to fishway design10
Long-lived population demographics in a declining, vulnerable fishery — bigmouth buffalo (Ictiobus cyprinellus) of Jamestown Reservoir, North Dakota10
Adaptive trade-offs in fish energetics and physiology: insights from adaptive differentiation among juvenile salmonids9
In a warming river, natural-origin Chinook salmon spawn later but hatchery-origin conspecifics do not9
Introducing selfisher: open source software for statistical analyses of fishing gear selectivity9
Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) in Greenland — mixed-stock origin, diet, hydrographic conditions, and repeated catches in this new fringe area9
Simulated pre-spawning catch and release of wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) results in faster fungal spread and opposing effects on female and male proxies of fecundity9
A framework to incorporate environmental effects into stock assessments informed by fishery-independent surveys: a case study with American lobster (Homarus americanus)9
Metabolic performance and thermal preference of westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi) and non-native trout across an ecologically relevant range of temperatures19
The invasive macrophyteNitellopsis obtusamay facilitate the invasive musselDreissena polymorphaandMicrocystisblooms in a large, shallow lake9
Impact of time-varying productivity on estimated stock–recruitment parameters and biological reference points9
Enhancing single-species stock assessments with diverse ecosystem perspectives: a case study for Gulf of Mexico red grouper (Epinephelus morio) and red tides9
Choosing source populations for conservation reintroductions: lessons from variation in thermal tolerance among populations of the imperilled redside dace19
It’s complicated … environmental DNA as a predictor of trout and char abundance in streams9
Horizon scan of conservation issues for inland waters in Canada9
Foraging modes and movements of Oncorhynchus mykiss as flow and invertebrate drift recede in a California stream9
A spatial–temporal approach to modeling somatic growth across inland recreational fisheries landscapes8
Genome-wide analysis reveals regional patterns of drift, structure, and gene flow in longfin smelt (Spirinchus thaleichthys) in the northeastern Pacific8
A multistate mark–recapture approach to characterize stream fish movement at multiple spatial scales8
Large-scale parentage-based tagging and genetic stock identification applied in assessing mixed-stock fisheries and hatchery brood stocks for coho salmon in British Columbia, Canada8
Large contribution of pulsed subsidies to a predatory fish inhabiting large stream channels8
Approaches and research needs for advancing the protection and recovery of imperilled freshwater fishes and mussels in Canada18
Redefining spatial population structure of winter flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus): implications for stock assessment and management8
Interpretation of interannual variability in long-term aquatic ecological surveys8
Atlantic salmon farms are a likely source of Tenacibaculum maritimum infection in migratory Fraser River sockeye salmon8
Nonanadromous and anadromous Atlantic salmon differ in orientation responses to magnetic displacements8
Elevated temperature and deposited sediment jointly affect early life history traits in southernmost Arctic char populations8
Evaluation of methods for spawner–recruit analysis in mixed-stock Pacific salmon fisheries8
Speed of sound gradients due to summer thermal stratification can reduce the detection range of acoustic fish tags: results from a field study in Hamilton Harbour, Ontario8
Estimating population abundance with a mixture of physical capture and PIT tag antenna detection data8
Estimation of conservation unit and population contribution to Chinook salmon mixed-stock fisheries in British Columbia, Canada, using direct DNA sequencing for single nucleotide polymorphisms8
Carcass additions increase juvenile salmonid growth, condition, and size in an interior Columbia River Basin tributary8
The consequences of dam passage for downstream-migrating American eel in the Penobscot River, Maine8
Stream size, temperature, and density explain body sizes of freshwater salmonids across a range of climate conditions8
Warmer water increases early body growth of northern pike (Esox lucius), but mortality has larger impact on decreasing body sizes7
Early lessons in deploying cameras and artificial intelligence technology for fisheries catch monitoring: where machine learning meets commercial fishing7
Species-specific vulnerability to angling and its size-selectivity in sympatric stream salmonids7
Support for the Slope Sea as a major spawning ground for Atlantic bluefin tuna: evidence from larval abundance, growth rates, and particle-tracking simulations7
Where do you come from, where do you go: early life stage drift and migrations of cod inferred from otolith microchemistry and genetic population assignment7
Contrasting effects of coastal upwelling on growth and recruitment of nearshore Pacific rockfishes (genus Sebastes)7
Whirling disease in the Crowsnest River: an emerging threat to wild salmonids in Alberta7
Application of a parametric survival model to understand capture-related mortality and predation of yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) released in a recreational fishery7
Northwest Atlantic redfish science priorities for managing an enigmatic species complex7
Zooplankton communities in Precambrian Shield lakes (Quebec, Canada): responses to spatial and temporal gradients in water chemistry and climate7
Next-generation lampricides: a three-stage process to develop improved control tools for invasive sea lamprey7
Bottom-up conservation: using translational ecology to inform conservation priorities for a recreational fishery7
Evidence for spatiotemporal shift in demersal fishery management priority areas in the western Mediterranean7
Warming leads to opposite patterns in weight-at-age for young versus old age classes of Bering Sea walleye pollock7
Postrelease exploration and diel activity of hatchery, wild, and hybrid strain brown trout in seminatural streams7
Early winter foraging success, swimming performance, and morphology of juvenile landlocked Atlantic salmon reared under semi-wild and hatchery conditions7
Surface water connectivity affects lake and stream fish species richness and composition7
Artificial light improves size selection for northern shrimp (Pandalus borealis) in trawls7
Cold-water habitats, climate refugia, and their utility for conserving salmonid fishes6
The genetic composition of wild recruits in a recovering lake trout population in Lake Michigan6
Re-evaluating Atlantic cod mortality including lobster bycatch: where could we be today?6
Leading or lagging: How well are climate change considerations being incorporated into Canadian fisheries management?6
Revisiting the restricted movement paradigm: the dispersal of Atlantic salmon fry from artificial redds6
Integrating trawl and longline surveys across British Columbia improves groundfish distribution predictions6
Fishing-induced versus natural selection in different brown trout (Salmo trutta) strains6
Environmental influences on uptake kinetics and partitioning of strontium in age-0 lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens): effects of temperature and ambient calcium activities6
Canada's forage fish: an important but poorly understood component of marine ecosystems6
Distinct freshwater migratory pathways in Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) coincide with separate patterns of marine spatial habitat-use across a large coastal landscape6
Effects of experimental flow manipulations on water quality, hypoxia, and growth of Threatened Salish sucker (Catostomus sp. cf. catostomus) and juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kis6
Paleolimnological evidence reveals climate-related preeminence of cyanobacteria in a temperate meromictic lake6
Partial migration and spawning movements of humpback chub in the Little Colorado River are better understood using data from autonomous PIT tag antennas6
Interpopulation variation in thermal physiology among seasonal runs of Chinook salmon6
Poor downstream passage at a dam creates an ecological trap for migratory fish6
SNP analyses highlight a unique, imperiled southern walleye (Sander vitreus) in the Mobile River Basin6
Eye lens Δ14C validates otolith-derived age estimates of Gulf of Mexico reef fishes6
How fisher behavior can bias stock assessment: insights from an agent-based modeling approach6
Some like it slow: a bioenergetic evaluation of habitat quality for juvenile Chinook salmon in the Lemhi River, Idaho6
Otolith microchemistry and acoustic telemetry reveal anadromy in non-native rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in Prince Edward Island, Canada6
Diel patterns of foraging and microhabitat use by sympatric rainbow trout and bull trout: implications for adaptive differentiation and instream flow assessment6
Multi-decadal shifts in the distribution and timing of Pacific herring (Clupea pallasii) spawning in Prince William Sound, Alaska6
Migration of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts in a large hydropower reservoir6
Upstream fishway performance by Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brown trout (Salmo trutta) spawners at complex hydropower dams — is prior experience a success criterion?6
Quantifying the effects of pop-up satellite archival tags on the swimming performance and behavior of young-adult mahi-mahi (Coryphaena hippurus)6
Data-limited models to predict river temperatures for aquatic species at risk16
Incorporating demographic information into spawner–recruit analyses alters biological reference point estimates for a western Alaska salmon population6
Species-specific preferences drive the differential effects of lake factors on fish production6
Fixed mesh shape reduces variability in codend size selection6
The influence of human population change and aquatic invasive species establishment on future recreational fishing activities to the Canadian portion of the Laurentian Great Lakes6
Measures of fish community size structure as indicators for stream monitoring programs6
Has primary production declined in the Salish Sea?6
Fifteen years of Canada’s Species at Risk Act: Evaluating research progress for aquatic species in the Great Lakes – St. Lawrence River basin16
Dietary versus nondietary fatty acid profiles of lake trout ecotypes from Lake Superior and Great Bear Lake: Are fish really what they eat?6
Fish community surveys in eelgrass beds using both eDNA metabarcoding and seining: implications for biodiversity monitoring in the coastal zone6
Ecological consequences of Great Lakes salmon subsidies for stream-resident brook and brown trout6
Estimating migration patterns of fish from otolith chemical composition time series6
Optimal weighting in species habitat modeling: a case study from Ommastrephes bartramii in the Northwest Pacific Ocean6
Effects of acclimation to elevated water temperature and hypoxia on thermal tolerance of the threatened pugnose shiner (Notropis anogenus)16
The making of a genetic cline: introgression of oceanic genes into coastal cod populations in the Northeast Atlantic6
Research priorities for the management of freshwater fish habitat in Canada6
Potential for codends with shortened lastridge ropes to replace mandated selection devices in demersal trawl fisheries6
Stock-of-origin catch estimation of Atlantic bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) based on observed spatial distributions5
Spatiotemporal modeling of bycatch data: methods and a practical guide through a case study in a Canadian Arctic fishery5
Partitioning maternal and exogenous diet contributions to otolith 87Sr/86Sr in kokanee salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)5
Assessing the ability of the growing degree-day metric to explain variation in size-at-age and duration-to-moult of lobsters and crabs5
Genetic diversity maintained in comparison of captive-propagated and wild populations of Lampsilis fasciola and Ptychobranchus fasciolaris (Bivalvia: Unionidae)15
Effects of landscape-scale hypoxia on Salish sucker and salmonid habitat associations: implications for endangered species recovery and management15
Management strategies for spasmodic stocks: a Canadian Atlantic redfish fishery case study5
From 95 to 59 millimetres: a new active acoustic tag size guideline for salmon5
A test of the provisioning hypothesis of recruitment control in Georges Bank haddock5
Drought-related changes in water quality surpass effects of experimental flows on trout growth downstream of Lake Powell reservoir5
Variation in predator diet and prey size affects perceived impacts to salmon species of high conservation concern5
Improving data-limited stock assessment with sporadic stock index information in stock reduction analysis5
The translocation trade-off for eastern sand darter (Ammocrypta pellucida): balancing harm to source populations with the goal of re-establishment15
Temporal variation in the niche partitioning of Lake Michigan salmonines as it relates to alewife abundance and size structure5
Fragmentation alters ecological gradients and headwater fish assemblage composition relative to land use in a dendritic river system5
Tournament and non-tournament anglers have little effect on a largemouth bass population compared to natural mortality5
Data-rich but model-resistant: an evaluation of data-limited methods to manage fisheries with failed age-based stock assessments5
A perspective on the ecological and evolutionary consequences of phenological variability in lake ice on north-temperate lakes5
Competition among juvenile brown trout, grayling, and landlocked Atlantic salmon in flumes — predicting effects of interspecific interactions on salmon reintroduction success5
Diverse and changing use of the Salish Sea by Pacific salmon, trout, and char5
Eye lenses reveal ontogenetic trophic and habitat shifts in an imperiled fish, Clear Lake hitch (Lavinia exilicauda chi)5
Physiological and nutritional constraints on zooplankton productivity due to eutrophication and climate change predicted using a resource-based modeling approach5
Fitting growth models to otolith increments to reveal time-varying growth5
Long-term interplay between harvest regimes and biophysical conditions may lead to persistent changes in age at sexual maturity of Northeast Arctic cod (Gadus morhua)5
Wintertime growth in Atlantic salmon under changing climate: the importance of ice cover for individual growth dynamics5
A state-space spatial survey-based stock assessment (SSURBA) model to inform spatial variation in relative stock trends5
The riverscape meets the soundscape: acoustic cues and habitat use by brook trout in a small stream5
Individual assignment of Atlantic bluefin tuna in the northwestern Atlantic Ocean using single nucleotide polymorphisms reveals an increasing proportion of migrants from the eastern Atlantic Ocean5
The role of propagule pressure and environmental factors on the establishment of a large invasive cyprinid: black carp in the Laurentian Great Lakes basin5
A Bayesian hierarchical model of postlarval delta smelt entrainment: integrating transport, length composition, and sampling efficiency in estimates of loss5
Male lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) migratory and spawning behaviors are associated with sperm quality and reproductive success5
Bet-hedging bigmouth buffalo (Ictiobus cyprinellus) recruit episodically over a 127-year timeframe in Saskatchewan5
Diploid and triploid white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) differ in magnitude but not kinetics of physiological responses to exhaustive exercise at ambient and elevated temperatures5
Tracking anadromous fish over successive freshwater migrations reveals the influence of tagging effect, previous success, and abiotic factors on upstream passage over barriers5
Mixed evidence for biotic homogenization of Southern Appalachian fish communities5
Habitat use and growth of yellow-stage European eel in coastal and freshwater ecosystems in Norway5
Gut content metabarcoding reveals potential importance of fisheries discards consumption in marine fauna5
Minor shifts towards more natural conditions in captivity improve long-term survival among reintroduced Atlantic salmon5
Density-dependent consequences of size-selective induced life-history changes to population fitness in medaka (Oryzias latipes)5
Mixed stock analysis of genetic compositions of lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) mixtures in Lake Michigan: hierarchical spatial heterogeneity and evidence of improving recruitment in Wisco5
Sperm motility and offspring pre- and posthatching survival in hybridization crosses among a landlocked and two anadromous Atlantic salmon populations: implications for conservation5
Case studies demonstrate capacity for a structured planning process for ecosystem-based fisheries management5
Lifetime hormone profiles for a long-lived teleost: opercula reveal novel estimates of age-specific reproductive parameters and stress trends in yelloweye rockfish (Sebastes ruberrimus)4
The interactive effects of stream temperature, stream size, and non-native species on Yellowstone cutthroat trout4
Spatial and temporal differences in fecundity of Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) off Nova Scotia and consequences for biological reference points4
Evaluation of harvest control rules for a group of interacting commercial stocks using a multispecies MSE framework4
Wildfire in western Oregon increases stream temperatures, benthic biofilms, and juvenile coastal cutthroat trout size and densities with mixed effects on adult trout and coastal giant salamanders4
The effect of total dissolved gas supersaturation on gas bubble trauma in juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss), juvenile kokanee (Oncorhynchus nerka), and two age classes of whit4
Migration patterns of Atlantic halibut captured in the southern Gulf of St. Lawrence as assessed with pop-up satellite archival and Floy tags4
Effects of tributary size on the resource supply and physical habitat at tributary junctions along two mainstem rivers4
Behavioral responses of sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) and white sucker (Catostomus commersonii) to turbulent flow during fishway passage attempts4
The timing of spring warming shapes reproductive effort in a warm-water fish: the role of mismatches between hepatic and gonadal processes4
The truncate soft-shell clam,Mya truncata, as a biomonitor of municipal wastewater exposure and historical anthropogenic impacts in the Canadian Arctic4
Energetic state and the continuum of migratory tactics in brown trout (Salmo trutta)4
Modelling the effects of currents and migratory behaviours on the dispersal of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) post-smolts in a coastal embayment4
As the prey thickens: rainbow trout select prey based upon width not length4
Oxythermal habitat as a primary driver of ecological niche and genetic diversity in cisco (Coregonus artedi)4
Modeling habitat suitability and management options for maintaining round whitefish (Prosopium cylindraceum) in Adirondack ponds4
Do lake-specific characteristics mediate the temporal relationship between walleye growth and warming water temperatures?4
Duration in captivity affects competitive ability and breeding success of male but not female steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)4
A novel approach for directly incorporating disease into fish stock assessment: a case study with seroprevalence data4
Atlantic salmon survival at sea: temporal changes that lack regional synchrony4
Monitoring the water balance of seepage lakes to track regional responses to an evolving climate4
Influence of water temperature and biotic interactions on the distribution of westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi) in a population stronghold under climate change4
Improving the communication and accessibility of stock assessment using interactive visualization tools4
Intertidal beach habitat suitability model for Pacific sand lance (Ammodytes personatus) in the Salish Sea, Canada4
Post-settlement abundance, condition, and survival in a climate-stressed population of Pacific cod4
Comparison of larval fish detections using morphology-based taxonomy versus high-throughput sequencing for invasive species early detection4
Unveiling the recovery dynamics of walleye after the invisible collapse4
Size spectra analysis of a decade of Laurentian Great Lakes data4
A tale of two fishes: depth preference of migrating Atlantic salmon smolt and predatory brown trout in a Norwegian lake4
Temporal patterns and ecosystem correlates of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) migration phenology in the Pacific Northwest4
Does thermal plasticity affect susceptibility to capture in fish? Insights from a simulated trap and trawl fishery4
Southern king crab larval survival: from intra- and interfemale variations to a fishery-induced mortality4
Summer stream habitat preferences of Nunavik anadromous Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) fry and parr4
Tributary streams provide migratory fish with access to floodplain habitats in a regulated river: evidence from alligator gar, Atractosteus spatula4
Estimating catch curve mortality based on relative return rates of coded wire tagged lake trout in US waters of Lake Huron4
Ecological responses to elevated water temperatures across invasive populations of the round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) in the Great Lakes basin4
Taking full advantage of the diverse assemblage of data at hand to produce time series of abundance: a case study on Atlantic salmon populations of Brittany4
Differences in growth and condition of juvenile Oncorhynchus mykiss related to sex and a migration-associated genomic region4
Characterizing the phytoplankton and zooplankton communities in Kootenay Lake: a time series analysis of 24 years of nutrient addition4
Evidence for rapid avoidance of rockfish habitat under reduced quota and comprehensive at-sea monitoring in the British Columbia Pacific halibut fishery4
A new way to visualize and report structural and data uncertainty in stock assessments4
Environmental variables associated with littoral macroinvertebrate community composition in Arctic lakes4
Behavioural response of sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) to acoustic stimuli in a small stream4
Effects of a diatom ecosystem engineer (Didymosphenia geminata) on stream food webs: implications for native fishes4
A cautionary tale: management implications of critical transitions in oyster fisheries4