Dirk Algera

AlumniM.Sc. Students - AlumniPh.D. Candidate

Background

B.Sc. (2010-2014), Biology and Environmental Science, Trent University

Honor’s Thesis Title: Morphological responses of pumpkinseed (Lepomis gibbosus) to olfactory predator cues.

Lab Publications (15)

  • River Research and Applications Image

    Harrison, P.M., Ward, T., Algera, D.A., Culling, B., Euchner, T., Leake, A., Crossman, J.A., Cooke, S.J. and Power, M. In Press.  A comparison of turbine entrainment rates and seasonal entrainment vulnerability of two sympatric char species, bull trout and lake trout, in a hydropower reservoir. River Research and Applications.  00:000-000.

  • Algera, D.A., T. Rytwinski, J.J. Taylor, J.R. Bennett, K.E. Smokorowski, P.M. Harrison, K.D. Clarke, E.C. Enders, M. Power, M.S. Bevelhimer, and S.J. Cooke. 2020. What are the relative risks of mortality and 1 injury for fish during downstream passage at hydroelectric dams in temperate regions? A systematic review. Environmental Evidence. 9(3):1-36.

  • Environmental Reviews Cover Image

    Jeanson,  A.L., P. Soroye, A.N. Kadykalo, T.D. Ward, E. Paquette, A.E.I. Abrams, D.A. Algera, D. Demers, L.J. Epp, M.P. Giles, M.A. Litt, B.A. Manouchehri, R.J. James, S. McBeth, A. Paradis, L. Pittet, J. Sebes, S.C. Steell, A. Thompson, P. Tremblay, E.I. Tuononen, J.T. Kerr, J.R. Bennett and S.J. Cooke.  2019.  Twenty actions for a ‘Good Anthropocene’ – Perspectives from early career conservation professionals.  Environmental Reviews.  00: 1–10 (0000) dx.doi.org/10.1139/er-2019-0021

  • Fish and Fisheries

    Harrison, P.M., Martins, E.G., Algera, D.A., Rytwinski,T., Mossop, B, Leake, A.J., Power, M., and Cooke, S.J.  2019. Turbine entrainment and passage of potadromous fish through hydropower dams: developing conceptual frameworks and metrics for moving beyond turbine passage mortality. Fish and Fisheries. 1-16.

  • Canadian Journal of Zoology Cover Image

    Lawrence, M.J., S. Jain-Schlaepfer, A.J. Zolderdo, D.A. Algera, K.M. Gilmour, A.J. Gallagher and S.J. Cooke.  2018.  Are 3-minutes good enough for obtaining baseline physiological samples from teleost fish? Canadian Journal of Zoology.  96:774-786.

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