Steven J. Cooke
Steven J. Cooke
Canada Research Professor, Carleton University
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TitleCited byYear
Biotelemetry: a mechanistic approach to ecology
SJ Cooke, SG Hinch, M Wikelski, RD Andrews, LJ Kuchel, TG Wolcott, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 19 (6), 334-343, 2004
The role of recreational fishing in global fish crises
SJ Cooke, IG Cowx
BioScience 54 (9), 857-859, 2004
Conservation physiology
M Wikelski, SJ Cooke
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 21 (1), 38-46, 2006
Understanding the complexity of catch-and-release in recreational fishing: an integrative synthesis of global knowledge from historical, ethical, social, and biological …
R Arlinghaus, SJ Cooke, J Lyman, D Policansky, A Schwab, C Suski, ...
Reviews in Fisheries Science 15 (1-2), 75-167, 2007
Aquatic animal telemetry: a panoramic window into the underwater world
NE Hussey, ST Kessel, K Aarestrup, SJ Cooke, PD Cowley, AT Fisk, ...
Science 348 (6240), 1255642, 2015
Contrasting recreational and commercial fishing: searching for common issues to promote unified conservation of fisheries resources and aquatic environments
SJ Cooke, IG Cowx
Biological conservation 128 (1), 93-108, 2006
Do we need species-specific guidelines for catch-and-release recreational angling to effectively conserve diverse fishery resources?
SJ Cooke, CD Suski
Biodiversity and Conservation 14 (5), 1195-1209, 2005
Evidence to challenge the “2% rule” for biotelemetry
RS Brown, SJ Cooke, WG Anderson, RS McKinley
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 19 (3), 867-871, 1999
Pacific salmon in hot water: applying aerobic scope models and biotelemetry to predict the success of spawning migrations
AP Farrell, SG Hinch, SJ Cooke, DA Patterson, GT Crossin, M Lapointe, ...
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 81 (6), 697-708, 2008
Are circle hooks an effective tool for conserving marine and freshwater recreational catch‐and‐release fisheries?
SJ Cooke, CD Suski
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 14 (3), 299-326, 2004
What is conservation physiology: Perspectives on an increasingly integrated and essential science
SJ Cooke, L Sack, CE Franklin, AP Farrell, J Beardall, M Wikelski, ...
Conservation Physiology 1, 2013
Catch‐and‐release science and its application to conservation and management of recreational fisheries
SJ Cooke, HL Schramm
Fisheries Management and Ecology 14 (2), 73-79, 2007
Biotelemetry and biologging in endangered species research and animal conservation: relevance to regional, national, and IUCN Red List threat assessments
SJ Cooke
Endangered species research 4 (1-2), 165-185, 2008
Cold shock and fish
MR Donaldson, SJ Cooke, DA Patterson, JS Macdonald
Journal of Fish Biology 73 (7), 1491-1530, 2008
Abnormal migration timing and high en route mortality of sockeye salmon in the Fraser River, British Columbia
SJ Cooke, SG Hinch, AP Farrell, MF Lapointe, SRM Jones, JS Macdonald, ...
Fisheries 29 (2), 22-33, 2004
Can fish really feel pain?
JD Rose, R Arlinghaus, SJ Cooke, BK Diggles, W Sawynok, ED Stevens, ...
Fish and Fisheries 15 (1), 97-133, 2014
Behavioral and physiological assessment of low concentrations of clove oil anaesthetic for handling and transporting largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides)
SJ Cooke, CD Suski, KG Ostrand, BL Tufts, DH Wahl
Aquaculture 239 (1), 509-529, 2004
Threats, conservation strategies, and prognosis for suckers (Catostomidae) in North America: insights from regional case studies of a diverse family of non-game fishes
SJ Cooke, CM Bunt, SJ Hamilton, CA Jennings, MP Pearson, ...
Biological Conservation 121 (3), 317-331, 2005
Behavior and mortality of caught-and-released bonefish (Albula spp.) in Bahamian waters with implications for a sustainable recreational fishery
SJ Cooke, DP Philipp
Biological Conservation 118 (5), 599-607, 2004
Fish response to modified flow regimes in regulated rivers: research methods, effects and opportunities
KJ Murchie, KPE Hair, CE Pullen, TD Redpath, HR Stephens, SJ Cooke
River Research and Applications 24 (2), 197-217, 2008
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