PUBLICATIONS

 

2015

 

Shuter, B.J., Giacomini, H.C., de Kerckhove, D.T., Vascotto, K. (2015) Fish life history dynamics: Shifts in prey size structure evoke shifts in predator size and maturation traits. In press Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

 

de Kerckhove, D.T., Shuter, B.J., Milne, S. (2015) Acoustically derived fish size-spectrum within a lake and the statistical power to detect environmental change. In Press Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
 

de Kerckhove, D.T., Milne, S., Shuter, B.J. (2015) Measuring fish school swimming speeds with two acoustic beams and determining the angle of the school detection. Fisheries Research 172: 432-439

 

de Kerckhove, D.T., Blukacz-Richards, E.A., Shuter, B.J., Cruz-Font, L., Abrams, P.A. (2015) Wind on lakes bring predator and prey together in the pelagic zone. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72(11): 1652-1662

 

de Kerckhove, D.T., Milne, S., Shuter, B.J., Abrams, P.A. (2015) Ideal gas model adequately describes movement and school formation in a pelagic freshwater fish. Behavioral Ecology 26(4): 1236-1247

 

Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat* (2015) A science-based approach to assessing the response of ecosystem function to impacts on ecosystem components. Canadian Science Advisory Report 2015/020, 17 pg. (*contributing author)

 

Freedman, J., de Kerckhove, D.T. (2015) Design of ecological risk criteria for the integrated management of Canadian oceans. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document 2015/015, v+31 p.

 

de Kerckhove, D.T., Minns, K., Chu, C. (2015) Estimating fish exploitation and aquatic habitat loss across diffuse inland recreational fisheries. PLoS ONE 10(4): e0121895

 

de Kerckhove, D.T., Rennie, M.D., Cormier, R. (2015) Censoring of government scientists and the role of consensus in science advice. EMBO Reports: Science and Society 16(3):263-266

 

2014

 

de Kerckhove, D.T. (2014) Promising indicators of fisheries productivity for the Fisheries Protection Program assessment framework.  Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document 2014/108, vi + 69 pg.

 

Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat* (2014) Science advice on managing risk and uncertainty in operational decisions of the Fisheries Protection Program. Canadian Science Advisory Report 2014/015, 24 pg. (*contributing author)

 

Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat* (2014) Science advice on offsetting techniques for managing the productivity of freshwater fisheries. Canadian Science Advisory Report 2013/074, 25 pg. (*contributing author)

 

2013

 

Giacomini, H.C., Shuter, B.J., de Kerckhove, D.T., Abrams, P.A. (2013) Does consumption rate scale superlinearly? Nature 493: E1-E2

 

de Kerckhove, D.T., Minns, C.K., Shuter, B.J. (2013) The length of environmental review in Canada under the Fisheries Act. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70: 1-5

 

2012 and earlier

 

de Kerckhove, D.T, Hlevca, B., Neff, M., Polakowska, A. (2012) Limnological and hydrological responses to climate change in Canadian freshwaters: Great Lakes and prairie watersheds. In Press Canadian Technical Report on Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 104 pg.

 

Morrissey, M.B., de Kerckhove, D.T. (2009) The maintenance of genetic variation due to asymmetric gene flow in dendritic metapopulations. American Naturalist 174: 875-889

 

de Kerckhove, D.T., Smokorowski, K.E., Randall, R.G. (2008) A primer on fish habitat models. Canadian Technical Report on Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2817: iv+65 pg.

 

de Kerckhove, D., McLaughlin, R.L., Noakes, D.L.G. (2006) Ecological mechanisms favouring behavioural diversification in the absence of morphological diversification: a theoretical examination using brook charr (Salvelinus fontinalis). Journal of Animal Ecology 75:506-517.

 

Hale, B., Pearson, R., de Kerckhove, D. (2003) Effects of ozone on vegetation in support of the Canada-wide standards for particulate matter and ozone. [F. Conway and J. Innes, eds], Canadian Council of the Ministers of the Environment. 77 pg. 

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