Brett van Poorten
Brett van Poorten
Assistant Professor, Simon Fraser University
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Social-ecological interactions, management panaceas, and the future of wild fish populations
BT van Poorten, R Arlinghaus, K Daedlow, SS Haertel-Borer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (30), 12554-12559, 2011
Seasonal fishery dynamics of a previously unexploited rainbow trout population with contrasts to established fisheries
BT van Poorten, JR Post
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25 (1), 329-345, 2005
Denil fishway utilization patterns and passage of several warmwater species relative to seasonal, thermal and hydraulic dynamics
CM Bunt, BT Van Poorten, L Wong
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 10 (4), 212-219, 2001
Efficacy of harvest and minimum size limit regulations for controlling short‐term harvest in recreational fisheries
BT Van Poorten, SP Cox, AB Cooper
Fisheries Management and Ecology 20 (2-3), 258-267, 2013
Fish entrainment into irrigation canals: an analytical approach and application to the Bow River, Alberta, Canada
JR Post, BT van Poorten, T Rhodes, P Askey, A Paul
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26 (4), 875-887, 2006
Imputing recreational angling effort from time-lapse cameras using an hierarchical Bayesian model
BT van Poorten, TR Carruthers, HGM Ward, DA Varkey
Fisheries Research 172, 265-273, 2015
Predicting changes in the catchability coefficient through effort sorting as less skilled fishers exit the fishery during stock declines
BT van Poorten, CJ Walters, HGM Ward
Fisheries Research 183, 379-384, 2016
Catch and non-catch-related determinants of where anglers fish: a review of three decades of site choice research in recreational fisheries
LM Hunt, E Camp, B van Poorten, R Arlinghaus
Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 27 (3), 261-286, 2019
How can bioenergetics help us predict changes in fish growth patterns?
BT van Poorten, CJ Walters
Fisheries Research 180, 23-30, 2016
Evaluating short openings as a management tool to maximize catch-related utility in catch-and-release fisheries
EV Camp, BT Poorten, CJ Walters
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35 (6), 1106-1120, 2015
Landscape-scale social and ecological outcomes of dynamic angler and fish behaviours: processes, data, and patterns
TR Carruthers, K Dabrowska, W Haider, EA Parkinson, DA Varkey, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76 (6), 970-988, 2019
Estimating differences in growth and metabolism in two spatially segregated groups of Columbia River white sturgeon using a field-based bioenergetics model
BT Van Poorten, SO McAdam
The Open Fish Science Journal 3 (1), 2010
Estimating fishing effort from remote traffic counters: Opportunities and challenges
BT van Poorten, S Brydle
Fisheries Research 205, 231-238, 2018
Estimation of bioenergetics parameters for rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) using capture-recapture data with comparison to estimates from a laboratory-based model
BT van Poorten, CJ Walters
The Open Fish Science Journal 3 (1), 2010
Revisiting Beverton–Holt recruitment in the presence of variation in food availability
B Van Poorten, J Korman, C Walters
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 28 (3), 607-624, 2018
Bioenergetics and population dynamics of Flannelmouth Sucker and Bluehead Sucker in Grand Canyon as evidenced by tag recapture observations
CJ Walters, BT van Poorten, LG Coggins
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141 (1), 158-173, 2012
Are removal-based abundance models robust to fish behavior?
BT van Poorten, B Barrett, CJ Walters, RNM Ahrens
Fisheries Research 196, 160-169, 2017
Dependence of feeding rates on body mass when food density is limiting to growth
BT van Poorten, CJ Walters
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72 (12), 1916-1922, 2015
Concurrently assessing survey mode and sample size in off-site angler surveys
BN Barrett, B van Poorten, AB Cooper, W Haider
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 37 (4), 756-767, 2017
Addressing Challenges Common to Modern Recreational Fisheries with a Buffet-Style Landscape Management Approach
BT van Poorten, EV Camp
Reviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture 27 (4), 393-416, 2019
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