AlumniM.Sc. Students - Alumni  (May 2014 - May 2016)
Thesis topic: Tag-related effects and estimation of en-route mortality of adult sockeye salmon
B.Sc (2009-2012): Geography with Specialization in Physical Geography, Carleton University
Honor’s Thesis Project: Watershed characteristics and lake chemistry variables influencing concentrations of THg and MeHg in 12 lakes in the Gatineau Park, Quebec, Canada
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Lab Publications (4)
Prystay, T.S., E.J. Eliason, M.J. Lawrence, M. Dick, J.W. Brownscombe, D.A. Patterson, G.T. Crossin, S.G. Hinch, and S.J. Cooke. 2017. The influence of water temperature on sockeye salmon heart rate recovery following simulated fisheries interactions. Conservation Physiology. 5(1); doi:10.1093/ conphys/cox050..
Dick, M., A.M. Rous, V.M. Nguyen and S.J. Cooke. 2016. Necessary but challenging: multiple disciplinary approaches to solving conservation problems. FACETS Journal. 1: 67-82 .
Dufour, K., L.F.G. Gutowsky, D. Algera, A. Zolderdo, J.M.T. Magel, N. Pleizier, M. Dick and S.J. Cooke. 2015. An experimental test of in-season homing mechanisms used by nest-guarding male Largemouth Bass following displacement. Behavioural Processes. 120:87-93.
Chapman, J.M., D. Algera, M. Dick, E.E. Hawkins, M.J. Lawrence, R.J. Lennox, A.M. Rous, C.M. Souliere, H.L.J. Stemberger, D.P. Struthers, M. Vu, T.D. Ward, A.J. Zolderdo and S.J. Cooke. 2015. Being relevant: Practical guidance for early career researchers interested in solving conservation problems. Global Ecology and Conservation. 4: 334-348.