Jacqueline Chapman

AlumniM.Sc. Students - AlumniPh.D. Candidate

I am interested in how human interactions impact the health of fishes. During my Masters, I sought to understand how changes in watershed-scale land use may influence energy dynamics and parasitism in small stream fishes. My interest in anthropogenic stressors, parasitology, and disease ecology lead me to my PhD research, which focuses on the interactions between catch and release fisheries and disease in migrating salmonids across Canada. Specifically, I am interested in how individual variations in microbe loads can predict the severity of fisheries impacts, and whether or not changes in gene expression associated with immune function, senescence, and osmoregulation influences these interactions.





2012-2014: M.Sc. in Biology, Carleton University (Ottawa, ON)

Thesis topic: Effects of watershed land use on the seasonal energy dynamics, condition, and parasite communities of stream fish.

2011: B.Sc. in Biological Sciences, University of Manitoba (Winnipeg, MB)

2013-2014: NSERC CGS-M Scholarship holder

2014-2015: Ontario Graduate Scholarship holder

2015-2018: NSERC CGS-D Scholarship holder



Lab Publications (22)

  • Chapman, JM, Teffer, AK, Bass, AL, Patterson, DA, Hinch, SG, Miller, KM, Cooke, SJ. In Press. Handling, infectious agents, and physiological condition influence survival and post-release behaviour in migratory adult coho salmon after experimental displacement. Conservation Physiology. 00:000-000.

  • Raby, G.D., J.M. Chapman, R. de Bruijn, E.J. Eliason, C.K. Elvidge, C.T. Hasler, C.L. Madliger, E.A. Nyboer, A.J. Reid, D.G. Roche, T. Rytwinski, T.D. Ward, A.D.M. Wilson and S.J. Cooke.  2020. Teaching post-secondary students in ecology and evolution: Strategies for early-career researchers.  Ideas in Ecology and Evolution 13: 14–24.

  • Brownscombe JW, LP Griffin, JM Chapman, D Morley, A Acosta, GT Crossin, SJ Iverson, AJ Adams, SJ Cooke, AJ Danylchuk. 2020. A practical method to account for variation in detection range in acoustic telemetry arrays to accurately quantify the spatial ecology of aquatic animals. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 11:82-94.

  • Twardek, W.M., Chapman, J.M., Miller, K.M., Beere, M.C., Li, S., Kaukinen, K.H., Danylchuk, A.J., Cooke, S.J. In Press.  Evidence of a hydraulically challenging reach serving as a barrier for the upstream migration of infection-burdened adult steelhead. Conservation Physiology. 7(1): coz023;doi:10.1093/conphys/coz023.

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    Lennox, R.J., J.M. Chapman, W.M. Twardek, F. Broell, K. Bøe, F.G. Whoriskey, I.A. Fleming, M. Robertson and S.J. Cooke.  2019.  Biologging in combination with biotelemetry reveals behavior of Atlantic salmon following exposure to capture and handling stressors.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.  76(12):2176-2183.

See All 22 Publications by Jacqueline Chapman

Other Publications

1. Lee F. G. Gutowsky , J. Gobin , N. J. Burnett , J. M. Chapman , L. J. Stoot, and S. Bliss. (2013) Smartphones and Digital Tablets: Emerging Tools for Fisheries Professionals, Fisheries, 38:10, 455-461
2. Chapman, J.M.  2012. “Marmota vancouverensis” (On-line), Animal Diversity Web.