Publications

All Publications by Adrienne Smith

Taylor, J.J., T. Rytwinski, A. Smith, M.L. Piczak, S.K. Garden, R.J. Lennox, C.J. Dey, A.K. Winegardner, K. Ponader, G. Benoy, D.G. Sheppard and S.J. Cooke.  2022.  A synthesis of DFO contributions to freshwater fish habitat science since the 1950s.  Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 3484.  Ottawa, Canada.  Available at:  https://waves-vagues.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/library-bibliotheque/41065281.pdf

Brooks, J.L., J. D. Midwood, A. Smith, S.J. Cooke, B. Flood, C.M. Boston, P. Semecsen, S. E. Doka, and M. G. Wells. 2022. Internal seiches as drivers of fish depth use in lakes. Limnology and Oceanography. 67:1040-1051.

Nyboer, E., Nguyen, V.M., Young, N., Rytwinski, T., Taylor, J.J., Lane, J.F., Bennett, J.R., Harron, N., Aitken, S.M., Auld, G., Browne, D., Jacob, A., Prior, K., Smith, P.A., Smokorowski, K.E., Alexander, S. and Cooke., S.J.  (In Press). Supporting actionable science for environmental policy: Advice for funding agencies from decision makers. Frontiers in Conservation Science. 2:693129.

Birnie-Gauvin K, Rytwinski T, Harper M, Taylor JJ, Smith A, Smokorowski KE, Turgeon K, Bradford MJ, Cooke SJ (In Press) How do natural changes in flow magnitude affect fish abundance and diversity in temperate regions? A systematic review protocol. Ecological Solutions and Evidence.  2:e12079.

 

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Rytwinski, T., L.A. Kelly, L.A. Donaldson, J.J. Taylor, A. Smith, D.A.R. Drake, A.L. Martel, J. Geist, T.J. Morris, A.L. George, A.J. Dextrase, J.R. Bennett and S.J. Cooke.  2021.  What evidence exists for evaluating the effectiveness of conservation-oriented captive breeding and release programs for imperilled freshwater fishes and mussels?  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.  78:1332-1346.

Taylor, J.J., T. Rytwinski, A. Smith, M. Piczak, S. Garden, R. Lennox, and S.J. Cooke. 2021. A synthesis of DFO contributions to freshwater fish habitat science since the 1950s. A report submitted to Fisheries and Oceans Canada.