Jordanna Bergman

Lab Manager/PhD Student

Thesis topic: Fish connectivity and interactions with lock infrastructure and operations
Co supervised by Dr. Joseph Bennett, Carleton University

Lab Publications (12)

  • Hydrobiologia Cover Image

    Bergman, J.N., Negiel, K., Landsman, S.J., Glassman, D., LaRochelle, L., Rennie, C., Bennett, J.R. and Cooke, S.J.  In Press.  Multi-year evaluation of muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) spatial ecology during winter drawdowns in a regulated, urban waterway in Canada. Hydrobiologia. 00:000-000.

  • Journal of Fish Biology Cover Image

    Cooke, S.J., J.N. Bergman, W.M. Twardek, M.L. Piczak, G.A. Casselberry, K. Lutek, L.S. Dahlmo, K. Birnie-Gauvin, L.P. Griffin, J.W. Brownscombe, G.D. Raby, E.M. Standen, A.Z. Horodysky, S. Johnsen, A.J. Danylchuk, N.B. Furey, A.J. Gallagher, E.J.I. Lédée, J.D. Midwood, L.F.G. Gutowsky, D.M.P. Jacoby, J.K. Matley and R.J. Lennox. 2022. The movement ecology of fishes. Journal of Fish Biology. 101:756-779.

  • Reid, J.L., J.N. Bergman, A.N. Kadykalo, J.J. Taylor, W.M. Twardek, T. Rytwinski, A.D. Chhor, A. Frempong-Manso, A.L. Martel, N.W.R. Lapointe, J.R. Bennett, V.M. Nguyen, A.J. Reid, J. Marty, S.A. Robinson, D.A.R. Drake, A.K. Winegardner, I. Gregory-Eaves, M.K. Taylor, J.P. Smol, I.F. Creed, C.M. O’Connor and S.J. Cooke. (2022). Developing a National Level Evidence-Based Toolbox for Addressing Freshwater Biodiversity Threats. Biological Conservation. 269:109533

  • Bergman, J.N., R.T. Buxton, H-Y. Lin, M. Lenda, K. Attinello, A.C. Hajdasz, S.A. Rivest, T.T. Nguyen, S.J. Cooke and J.R. Bennett. 2022. Evaluating the benefits and risks of social media for wildlife conservation. FACETS Journal. 7:360-397.

  • Bergman, J.N., G.D. Raby, K.L. Neigel, C.D. Rennie, S. Balshine, J.R. Bennett, A.T. Fisk and S.J. Cooke. 2022.  Tracking the early stages of an invasion with biotelemetry: behaviour of round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) in Canada’s historic Rideau Canal.  Biological Invasions. 24:1149-1173.

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