Nicola S. Smith
Nicola S. Smith
Assistant Professor of Biology, Concordia University
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Promoting inclusive metrics of success and impact to dismantle a discriminatory reward system in science
SW Davies, HM Putnam, T Ainsworth, JK Baum, CB Bove, SC Crosby, ...
PLoS biology 19 (6), e3001282, 2021
The lionfish Pterois sp. invasion: Has the worst-case scenario come to pass?
IM Côté, NS Smith
Journal of Fish Biology 92, 660-689, 2018
What doesn't kill you makes you wary? Effect of repeated culling on the behaviour of an invasive predator
IM Côté, ES Darling, L Malpica-Cruz, NS Smith, SJ Green, J Curtis-Quick, ...
PLoS One 9 (4), e94248, 2014
Estimating global catches of marine recreational fisheries
KMF Freire, D Belhabib, JC Espedido, L Hood, KM Kleisner, VWL Lam, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 12, 2020
Unreported catch and tourist demand on local fisheries of small island states: the case of The Bahamas, 1950-2010.
NS Smith, D Zeller
Fishery Bulletin 114 (1), 2016
Multiple drivers of contrasting diversity–invasibility relationships at fine spatial grains
NS Smith, IM Cote
Ecology 100 (2), e02573, 2019
Fostering effective international collaboration for marine science in small island states
EJ Hind, SM Alexander, SJ Green, JP Kritzer, MJ Sweet, AE Johnson, ...
Frontiers in marine science 2, 86, 2015
Diversity and inclusion in conservation: a proposal for a marine diversity network
NS Smith, IM Côté, L Martinez-Estevez, EJ Hind-Ozan, AL Quiros, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 234, 2017
Density-dependent colonization and natural disturbance limit the effectiveness of invasive lionfish culling efforts
NS Smith, SJ Green, JL Akins, S Miller, IM Côté
Biological Invasions 19 (8), 2385-2399, 2017
Lionfish invasion in nearshore waters of the Bahamas: an examination of the effects of artificial structures and invader versus native species colonization rates
NS Smith
University of British Columbia, 2010
Heterogeneous attitudes of tourists toward Lionfish in the Mexican Caribbean: Implications for invasive species management
L Malpica-Cruz, W Haider, NS Smith, S Fernández-Lozada, IM Côté
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 138, 2017
Bahamas catch reconstruction: fisheries trends in a tourism-driven economy (1950-2010)
NS Smith, D Zeller
Shifting headlines? Size trends of newsworthy fishes
FT Francis, BR Howard, AE Berchtold, TA Branch, LCT Chaves, JC Dunic, ...
PeerJ 7, e6395, 2019
The Invasion of Indo-Pacific lionfish in the Bahamas: challenges for a National Response Plan.
K Sullivan Sealy, L Anderson, D Stewart, N Smith
Biotic resistance on coral reefs? Direct and indirect effects of native predators and competitors on invasive lionfish
NS Smith, IM Côté
Coral Reefs 40 (4), 1127-1136, 2021
Shifting our value system beyond citations for a more equitable future
S Davies, H Putnam, T Ainsworth, J Baum, C Bove, S Crosby, I Côté, ...
Preprints, 2021
The Lionfish Invasion of the Bahamas: What Do We Know and what to Do about It?
NS Smith, KS Sealey
Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute, 2007
Growth and related traits of the sheepwool sponge (Hippospongia lachne): practical and theoretical considerations
D Pauly, N Smith, M Butler
Fishery Bulletin 120, 99-112, 2022
Conceptual and applied approaches to marine invasions
N Smith
Simon Fraser University, 2019
Reconstructed Total Catches by the Marine Fisheries of Small Island States in the Wider Caribbean (1950-2010)
R Ramdeen, S Harper, L Frotté, S Lingard, N Smith, K Zylich, D Zeller, ...
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