Paul Winger
Paul Winger
Fisheries and Marine Institute, Memorial University
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Condition, prolonged swimming performance and muscle metabolic capacities of cod Gadus morhua
M Martinez, H Guderley, JD Dutil, PD Winger, P He, SJ Walsh
Journal of Experimental Biology 206 (3), 503-511, 2003
1522003
Fish behavior near bottom trawls
PD Winger, S Eayrs, CW Glass
Behavior of marine fishes: capture processes and conservation challenges, 65-103, 2010
992010
Swimming endurance of American plaice (Hippoglossoides platessoides) and its role in fish capture
PD Winger, P He, SJ Walsh
ICES Journal of Marine Science 56 (3), 252-265, 1999
981999
Tilt angle and target strength: target tracking of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) during trawling
IH McQuinn, PD Winger
ICES Journal of Marine Science 60 (3), 575-583, 2003
562003
Factors affecting the swimming endurance and catchability of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
PD Winger, P He, SJ Walsh
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57 (6), 1200-1207, 2000
552000
Simulating trawl herding in flatfish: the role of fish length in behaviour and swimming characteristics
PD Winger, SJ Walsh, P He, JA Brown
ICES Journal of Marine Science 61 (7), 1179-1185, 2004
432004
Effect of trawling on the seabed and mitigation measures to reduce impact.
PG He, PD Winger
Behavior of marine fishes: Capture processes and conservation challenges …, 2010
402010
Designing and testing new fishing gears: the value of a flume tank
PD Winger, H DeLouche, G Legge
Marine Technology Society Journal 40 (3), 44-49, 2006
362006
Selectivity, efficiency, and underwater observations of modified trap designs for the snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) fishery in Newfoundland and Labrador
PD Winger, PJ Walsh
Fisheries Research 109 (1), 107-113, 2011
322011
Prioritization of knowledge‐needs to achieve best practices for bottom trawling in relation to seabed habitats
MJ Kaiser, R Hilborn, S Jennings, R Amaroso, M Andersen, K Balliet, ...
Fish and Fisheries 17 (3), 637-663, 2016
292016
Artificial lights improve the catchability of snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) traps
KQ Nguyen, PD Winger, C Morris, SM Grant
Aquaculture and Fisheries 2 (3), 124-133, 2017
262017
Tagging of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) with intragastric transmitters: effects of forced insertion and voluntary ingestion on retention, food consumption and survival
PD Winger, SJ Walsh
Journal of Applied Ichthyology 17 (5), 234-239, 2001
242001
Underwater observations of the behaviour of snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) encountering a shrimp trawl off northeast Newfoundland
TX Nguyen, PD Winger, G Legge, EG Dawe, DR Mullowney
Fisheries Research 156, 9-13, 2014
232014
The feasibility of escape mechanisms in conical snow crab traps
PD Winger, PJ Walsh
ICES Journal of Marine Science 64 (8), 1587-1591, 2007
192007
Development and evaluation of a new high definition self-contained underwater camera system to observe fish and fishing gears in situ.
MJ Underwood, PD Winger, G Legge
Journal of Ocean Technology 7 (1), 2012
172012
Taking the bait: in situ voluntary ingestion of acoustic transmitters by Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
PD Winger, BR McCallum, SJ Walsh, JA Brown
Aquatic Telemetry, 287-292, 2002
172002
Artificial light in commercial industrialized fishing applications: a review
KQ Nguyen, PD Winger
Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 27 (1), 106-126, 2019
162019
Variable swimming speeds in individual Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) determined by high-resolution acoustic tracking
A Fernö, T Jørgensen, S Løkkeborg, PD Winger
Marine Biology Research 7 (3), 310-313, 2011
162011
Computer simulation and flume tank testing of scale engineering models: how well do these techniques predict full-scale at-sea performance of bottom trawls?
TX Nguyen, PD Winger, D Orr, G Legge, H Delouche, A Gardner
Fisheries research 161, 217-225, 2015
142015
Evaluating potential biodegradable twines for use in the snow crab
P Winger, G Legge, C Batten, G Bishop
Fisheries Research 161, 21-23, 2015
142015
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