Kathryn Peiman

Post Doctoral Fellows - Alumni

Research interests: the ecological causes and evolutionary consequences of individual and population-level variation in trait integration (diet, morphology, physiology, behaviour…); movement and habitat selection; interspecific competition; conservation.

Lab Publications (14)

  • Peiman, K.S., H.Y. Lin, M. Power, S.G. Hinch, D.A.  Patterson and S.J. Cooke.  2021.  Effects of short-term decomposition on isotope values of fish tissues under natural conditions.  Aquatic Ecology.  2021:1-9.

  • Physiological and Biochemical Zoology

    Birnie-Gauvin, K., M.H. Larsen, K.S. Peiman, J.D. Midwood, A.D.M. Wilson, S.J. Cooke and K. Aarestrup.  2021.  No evidence for long-term carryover effects in a wild salmonid fish. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology.  94:319-329.

  • Jarvis, W.M.C., K.S. Peiman, S.J. Cooke and B.W. Robinson. 2020. Low connectivity between sympatric populations of sunfish ecotypes suggests ecological opportunity contributes to diversification. Evolutionary Ecology. 34:391-410.

  • Lennox R.J., J.W. Brownscombe, C.K. Elvidge, P. Harrison, K. Peiman, G.D. Raby and S.J. Cooke. 2020. Behaviour including fish migration. Pages 125-135 in P. Woo and G.K. Iwama, Eds. Non Infectious Fish Disorders. CABI Publishing Group, UK.

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    Birnie-Gauvin, K., K.S. Peiman, M.H. Larsen, K. Aarestrup, K.M. Gilmour and S.J. Cooke.  2018.  Comparison of vegetable shortening and cocoa butter as vehicles for cortisol manipulation in fish from north temperate regions.  Journal of Fish Biology.  92(1):229-236.

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