AlumniM.Sc. Students - Alumni  (2014)
January 2012 to January 2014
Thesis topic: Assessing seasonal variations in small stream fish movements, behaviour, and stress physiology in the Watts Creek watershed
Lab Publications (5)
Bliss, S.M., R.J. Lennox, J.D. Midwood and S.J. Cooke. 2017. Temporally stable and distinct fish assemblages between stream and earthen stormwater drain reaches in an urban watershed. Urban Ecosystems. 20(5):1045-1055.
Crawford, C., J.D. Midwood, R.J. Lennox, S. Bliss, C. Belanger and S.J. Cooke. In Press. Experimental displacement of longnose dace, Rhinichthys cataractae (Actinopterygii, Cyprinidae), reveals rapid fish avoidance of a stormwater drain in an urban watershed. Hydrobiologia. 767:197-206.
Bliss, S.M., J.D. Midwood, K.M. Stamplecoskie and S.J. Cooke. 2015. Seasonal movements and residency of small-bodied fish in a north temperate urban watershed demonstrate connectivity between a stream and stormwater drain. Hydrobiologia 742:327-338.
Chapman, J.M., C.L. Proulx, M.A.N. Veilleux, C. Levert, S. Bliss, M-È. André, N.W.R. Lapointe and S.J. Cooke. 2014. Clear as mud: A meta-analysis on the effects of sedimentation on freshwater fish and the effectiveness of sediment control measures. Water Research 56: 190-202.
Muhametsafina, A., J.D. Midwood, S.M. Bliss, K.M. Stamplecoskie and S.J. Cooke. 2014. The fate of dead fish tagged with biotelemetry transmitters in an urban stream. Aquatic Ecology 48: 23-33.
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.