Derrick (Dak) T. de Kerckhove
Derrick (Dak) T. de Kerckhove
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
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The maintenance of genetic variation due to asymmetric gene flow in dendritic metapopulations
MB Morrissey, DT de Kerckhove
The American Naturalist 174 (6), 875-889, 2009
1372009
A primer on fish habitat models
DT de Kerckhove, KE Smokorowski, RG Randall
Canadian Technical Report in Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2817, 2008
222008
The length of environmental review in Canada under the Fisheries Act
DT de Kerckhove, CK Minns, BJ Shuter
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70 (4), 517-521, 2013
212013
Ecological mechanisms favouring behavioural diversification in the absence of morphological diversification: a theoretical examination using brook charr (Salvelinus fontinalis)
D De Kerckhove, RL McLaughlin, DLG Noakes
Journal of Animal Ecology 75 (2), 506-517, 2006
192006
Fish life history dynamics: shifts in prey size structure evoke shifts in predator maturation traits
BJ Shuter, HC Giacomini, D de Kerckhove, K Vascotto
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73 (4), 693-708, 2016
182016
Estimating Fish Exploitation and Aquatic Habitat Loss across Diffuse Inland Recreational Fisheries
DT de Kerckhove, CK Minns, C Chu
PLoS ONE 10 (4), e0121895, 2015
152015
Censoring government scientists and the role of consensus in science advice: A structured process for scientific advice in governments and peer‐review in academia should shape …
DT de Kerckhove, MD Rennie, R Cormier
EMBO reports 16 (3), 263-266, 2015
112015
Quantifying multiple pressure interactions affecting populations of a recreationally and commercially important freshwater fish
LFG Gutowsky, HC Giacomini, DT de Kerckhove, R Mackereth, ...
Global change biology 25 (3), 1049-1062, 2019
92019
Acoustically derived fish size spectra within a lake and the statistical power to detect environmental change
DT de Kerckhove, BJ Shuter, S Milne
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73 (4), 565-574, 2016
72016
Does consumption rate scale superlinearly?
HC Giacomini, BJ Shuter, DT de Kerckhove, PA Abrams
Nature 493 (7434), E1-E2, 2013
72013
Effectiveness of terrestrial protected areas for conservation of lake fish communities
C Chu, L Ellis, DT de Kerckhove
Conservation Biology 32 (3), 607-618, 2018
62018
Wind on lakes brings predator and prey together in the pelagic zone
DT de Kerckhove, EA Blukacz-Richards, BJ Shuter, L Cruz-Font, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72 (11), 1652-1662, 2015
62015
Measuring fish school swimming speeds with two acoustic beams and determining the angle of the school detection
DT de Kerckhove, S Milne, BJ Shuter
Fisheries Research 172, 432-439, 2015
52015
Promising indicators of fisheries productivity for the Fisheries Protection Program assessment framework
DT de Kerckhove
DFO Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document 2014 (108), vi + …, 2015
52015
513 Roles for scientific societies to engage with conservation policy
SE Reed, SL Thomas, AT Bednarek, DA DellaSala, MC Evans, ...
Conservation Biology 32 (3), 2018
32018
Connected Intelligence for the Civil Society: the Internet as a social limbic system
D de Kerckhove
Spanda Journal 5, 2, 2014
32014
Gillnet catchability of Walleye (Sander vitreus): comparison of North American and provincial standards
HC Giacomini, N Lester, P Addison, S Sandstrom, D Nadeau, C Chu, ...
Fisheries Research 224, 105433, 2020
12020
Ideal gas model adequately describes movement and school formation in a pelagic freshwater fish
DT de Kerckhove, S Milne, BJ Shuter, PA Abrams
Behavioral Ecology 26 (4), 1236-1247, 2015
12015
Freshwater Ecosystems in North America with Reference to the Great Lakes Basin
DT DE KERCKHOVE, C CHU
Climate Change and Infectious Fish Diseases, 1, 2020
2020
Three Looming Figures of the Digital Transformation
D de Kerckhove
New Explorations: Studies in Culture and Communication 1 (1), 2020
2020
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