Melissa Dick
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Necessary but challenging: multiple disciplinary approaches to solving conservation problems
M Dick, AM Rous, VM Nguyen, SJ Cooke
Facets 1 (1), 67-82, 2016
Being relevant: Practical guidance for early career researchers interested in solving conservation problems
JM Chapman, D Algera, M Dick, EE Hawkins, MJ Lawrence, RJ Lennox, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 4, 334-348, 2015
The influence of water temperature on sockeye salmon heart rate recovery following simulated fisheries interactions
TS Prystay, EJ Eliason, MJ Lawrence, M Dick, JW Brownscombe, ...
Conservation physiology 5 (1), cox050, 2017
Sex-specific differences in physiological recovery and short-term behaviour following fisheries capture in adult sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)
EJ Eliason, M Dick, DA Patterson, KA Robinson, J Lotto, SG Hinch, ...
Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 77 (11), 1749-1757, 2020
short‐term physiological response profiles of tagged migrating adult Sockeye salmon: A comparison of gastric insertion and external tagging methods
M Dick, EJ Eliason, DA Patterson, KA Robinson, SG Hinch, SJ Cooke
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 147 (2), 300-315, 2018
A multi-century eastern white pine tree-ring chronology developed from salvaged river logs and its utility for dating heritage structures in Canada's National Capital Region
M Dick, TJ Porter, MFJ Pisaric, Wertheimer, P deMontigny, JT Perreault, ...
Dendrochronologia 32 (2), 120-126, 2014
An experimental test of in-season homing mechanisms used by nest-guarding male Largemouth Bass following displacement
K Dufour, LFG Gutowsky, D Algera, A Zolderdo, JMT Magel, N Pleizier, ...
Behavioural processes 120, 87-93, 2015
Short-term space use of small-bodied fish in coastal flats ecosystems in The Bahamas: an acoustic telemetry study using the smallest commercially available transmitters
P Szekeres, AV Agberien, M Dick, AJ Danylchuk, SJ Cooke
Environmental Biology of Fishes 106 (2), 321-336, 2023
The physiological, behavioural, and survival consequences of two radio transmitter attachment techniques on migrating adult sockeye salmon
M Dick
Carleton University, 2016
Adult sockeye salmon gastrically tagged near spawning grounds exhibit lower survival rates throughout the spawning period than externally tagged conspecifics
M Dick, DA Patterson, KA Robinson, EJ Eliason, SG Hinch, SJ Cooke
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 40 (4), 939-951, 2020
Metabolic constraints and individual variation shape the trade‐off between physiological recovery and anti‐predator responses in adult sockeye salmon
MJ Lawrence, TS Prystay, M Dick, EJ Eliason, CK Elvidge, SG Hinch, ...
Journal of Fish Biology 103 (2), 280-291, 2023
Correction: Necessary but challenging: Multiple disciplinary approaches to solving conservation problems
M Dick, AM Rous, VM Nguyen, SJ Cooke
FACETS 2 (1), 476-476, 2017
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