Publications

All Publications by Jon Midwood

Midwood, J.D., J.M. Chapman, M. Cvetkovic, G.D. King, T.D. Ward, S.J. Cooke, and C.D. Suski. 2015. Diel variability in fish assemblage in coastal wetlands and tributaries of the St. Lawrence River: A cautionary tale for fisheries monitoring. Aquatic Sciences. DOI:10.1007/s00027-015-0422-7.

 

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Midwood, J.D., S.J. Kerr, P. Levick and S.J. Cooke.  2015.  Muskellunge science and management: progress through partnerships.  Environmental Biology of Fishes. 98:2031-2035.

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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.

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Midwood, J.D., N.A. Cairns, L.J. Stoot,  S.J. Cooke, and G. Blouin-Demers. 2015. Bycatch mortality can cause extirpation of four freshwater turtle species.  Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 25: 71-80.

 

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Cousineau, A., J.D. Midwood, K. Stamplecoskie, G. King, C.D. Suski,  and S.J.  Cooke. 2014.  Diel patterns of baseline glucocorticoids and stress responsiveness in a teleost fish. Canadian Journal of Zoology 92: 417-421.

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Brownscombe, J.W., S.D. Bower, W. Bowden, L. Nowell, J.D. Midwood,  N. Johnson and S.J. Cooke.  2014.  Canadian recreational fisheries: 35 years of social, biological, and economic dynamics from a national survey.  Fisheries 39: 251-260.

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.

Midwood, J.D., Larsen, M.H., Boel, M., Jepsen, N., Aarestrup, K., & Cooke, S.J. 2014. Does cortisol manipulation influence outmigration behaviour, survival and growth of sea trout? A field-test of carryover effects in wild fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 496: 135-144.

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Cooke, S.J., J.D. Midwood, J.D. Thiem, A.P. Klimley, M.C. Lucas, E.B. Thorstad, J. Eiler, C. Holbrook, and B.C. Ebner. 2013. Tracking animals in freshwater with electronic tags: past, present and future. Animal Biotelemetry 1: 5.

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