Avoiding wasted research resources in conservation science
55 - Buxton, R, E Nyboer, K Pigeon, GD Raby, T Rytwinski, AJ Gallagher, R Schuster, H-Y Lin, L Fahrig, JR Bennett, SJ Cooke, DG Roche. 2020. Conservation Science and Practice, in press.
Reply to: Methods matter in repeating ocean acidification studies
54 - Clark, TD, GD Raby, DG Roche, SA Binning, B Speers-Roesch, F Jutfelt, J Sundin. 2020. Nature 586:E25-E27. [link]
On conducting management-relevant mechanistic science for upriver migrating adult Pacific salmon
53 - Cooke, SJ, GD Raby, NN Bett, AK Teffer, NJ Burnett, KM Jeffries, EJ Eliason, EG Martins, KM Miller, DA Patterson, VM Nguyen, N Young, AP Farrell, SG Hinch. Pages 000-000 (in press) in Madliger, C.L., O.P. Love, SJ Cooke, CE Franklin. Conservation Physiology: applications for wildlife conservation and management. Oxford University Press, UK.
Post-exercise respirometry underestimates maximum metabolic rate in juvenile salmon
52 - Raby, GD, CLJ Doherty, A Mokdad, TE Pitcher, AT Fisk. 2020. Conservation Physiology 8:coaa063. [link]
Best practices for non-lethal blood sampling of fish via the caudal vasculature
51 - Lawrence, MJ, GD Raby, AK Teffer, KM Jeffries, AJ Danylchuk, EJ Eliason, CT Hasler, TD Clark, SJ Cooke. 2020. Journal of Fish Biology 97:4-15. [link]
Seasonal habitat-use differences among Lake Erie's walleye stocks
50 - Matley, JK, MD Faust, GD Raby, Y Zhao, J Robinson, T MacDougall, TA Hayden, AT Fisk, CS Vandergoot, CC Krueger. 2020. Journal of Great Lakes Research 46:609-621. [link]
Teaching post-secondary students in ecology and evolution: Strategies for early-career researchers
49 - Raby, GD, JM Chapman, R de Bruijn, EJ Eliason, CK Elvidge, CT Hasler, CL Madliger, EA Nyboer, AJ Reid, DG Roche, T Rytwinski, TD Ward, ADM Wilson, SJ Cooke. 2020. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution 13:14-24. [link]
Ocean acidification does not impair the behaviour of coral reef fishes.
48 - Clark, TD, GD Raby, DG Roche, SA Binning, B Speers-Roesch, F Jutfelt, J Sundin. 2020. Nature 577:370-375. [link]
Early career perspectives on the future of freshwater fisheries science, management, and policy in Canada.
47 - Donaldson, MR, EJ Eliason, MS Poesch, DAR Drake, DC Braun, CT Hasler, VM Nguyen, GD Raby, RJ Lennox, HK Swanson, B Favaro, SD Bower, SJ Cooke. In press. In: Freshwater Fisheries in Canada, American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD, pp. 000-000. (book chapter, in press)
Behaviour including fish migration.
46 - Lennox, RJ, JW Brownscombe, CK Elvidge, P Harrison, K Peiman, GD Raby, SJ Cooke. 2020. Chapter 7 in Woo, P, GK Iwama (eds.), Non Infectious Fish Disorders. CABI Publishing Group. pp. 125-135. [link]
Pop-off data storage tags reveal niche partitioning between native and non-native predators in a novel ecosystem.
45 - Raby, GD, TB Johnson, ST Kessel, TJ Stewart, AT Fisk. 2020. Journal of Applied Ecology 57:181-191. [link]
Effects of intracoelomic transmitter implantation on metabolic rate, swimming performance, growth, and survival in juveniles of two salmonids.
44 - Darcy, AP, GD Raby, TB Johnson, TE Pitcher, AT Fisk. 2019. Journal of Fish Biology 95:1094-1106. [link]
Comment – Practices for drawing blood samples from Teleost fish.
43 - Cooke, SJ, MJ Lawrence, GD Raby, AK Teffer, KM Jeffries, AJ Danylchuk, TD Clark. 2019. North American Journal of Aquaculture 81:424-426. [link]
Reflections on the legends of Canadian fisheries science and management.
42 - Hasler, CT, GD Raby, E Chrétien, M Stockwell, SJ Cooke, E Rechisky, DW Welch, NM Sopinka, NE Mandrak. 2019. Fisheries 44:534-538. [link]
Long-term acclimation to near-future ocean acidification has negligible effects on energetic attributes in a juvenile coral reef fish.
41 - Sundin, J, M Amcoff, F Mateos-Gonzalez, GD Raby, TD Clark. 2019. Oecologia 190:689-702. [link]
Conducting and interpreting fish telemetry studies: considerations for researchers and resource managers.
40 - Brownscombe, JW, EJI Ledee, GD Raby, DP Struthers, LFG Gutowsky, VM Nguyen, N Young, MJW Stokesbury, CM Holbrook, TO Brenden, CS Vandergoot, KJ Murchie, K Whoriskey, J Mills-Flemming, ST Kessel, CC Krueger, SJ Cooke. 2019. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 29:369-400. [link]
Dermal injuries caused by a purse seine capture result in lasting physiological disturbances in coho salmon.
39 - Cook, KV, SG Hinch, SM Drenner, GD Raby, SJ Cooke. 2019. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 227:75-83. [link]
Exposure to elevated carbon dioxide does not impair short-term swimming behaviour or shelter-seeking in a predatory coral reef fish.
38 - Raby, GD, J Sundin, F Jutfelt, SJ Cooke, TD Clark. 2018. Journal of Fish Biology 93:138-142. [link]
Swim for it: effects of simulated fisheries capture on the post-release behaviour of four Great Barrier Reef fishes.
37 - Raby, GD, V Messmer, AJ Tobin, AS Hoey, F Jutfelt, J Sundin, SJ Cooke, TD Clark. 2018. Fisheries Research 206:129-137. [link]
Does behavioural thermoregulation underlie seasonal movements in Lake Erie walleye?
36 - Raby, GD, CS Vandergoot, TA Hayden, MD Faust, RT Kraus, JM Dettmers, SJ Cooke, Y Zhao, AT Fisk, CC Krueger. 2018. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75:488-496. [link]
Population-specific mortality in coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) released from a purse seine fishery.
35 - Cook, KV, SG Hinch, SM Drenner, E Halfyard, GD Raby, SJ Cooke. 2018. ICES Journal of Marine Science 75:309-318. [link]
Oxygen- and capacity-limited thermal tolerance: blurring ecology and physiology.
34 - Jutfelt, F, T Norin, R Ern, J Overgaard, T Wang, DJ McKenzie, S Lefevre, GE Nilsson, NB Metcalfe, AJR Hickey, J Brijs, B Speers-Roesch, DG Roche, AK Gamperl, GD Raby, R Morgan, AJ Esbaugh, A Grans, M Axelsson, A Ekstrom, E Sandblom, SA Binning, JW Hicks, F Seebacher, C Jorgensen, SS Killen, PM Schulte, TD Clark. 2018. Journal of Experimental Biology 221:jeb169615. [link]
A field test of the use of pop-off data storage tags in freshwater fishes.
33 - Raby, GD, TB Johnson, ST Kessel, TJ Stewart, AT Fisk. 2017. Journal of Fish Biology 91:1623-1641. [link]
Acoustic telemetry and fisheries management.
32 - Crossin, GT, M Heupel, CM Holbrook, N Hussey, S Lowerre-Barbieri, VM Nguyen, GD Raby, SJ Cooke. 2017. Ecological Applications 27:1031-1049. [link]
Two-current choice flumes for testing avoidance and preference in aquatic animals.
31 - Jutfelt, F, J Sundin, GD Raby, A-S Krang, TD Clark. 2017. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8:379-390. [link]
Long-term exposure to elevated carbon dioxide does not alter activity levels of a coral reef fish in response to predator chemical cues.
30 - Sundin, J, M Amcoff, F Mateos-Gonzalez, GD Raby, F Jutfelt, TD Clark. 2017. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71:108. [link]
Chill out: physiological responses to winter ice-angling in two temperate freshwater fishes.
29 - Louison, MJ, CT Hasler, GD Raby, CD Suski, JA Stein. 2017. Conservation Physiology 5:027. [link]
Guidance to derive and update fishing-related incidental mortality rates for Pacific salmon.
28 - Patterson, DA, KA Robinson, GD Raby, AL Bass, R Houtman, SG Hinch, SJ Cooke. 2017. DFO Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document 2017/011. vii + 56 p. [link]
Review and evaluation of fishing-related incidental mortality for Pacific salmon.
27 - Patterson, DA, KA Robinson, RJ Lennox, TL Nettles, LA Donaldson, EJ Eliason, GD Raby, JM Chapman, KV Cook, MR Donaldson, AL Bass, SM Drenner, AJ Reid, SJ Cooke, SG Hinch. 2017. DFO Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document 2017/010. ix + 155 p. [link]
Scientific misconduct: the elephant in the lab.
26 - Clark, TD, SA Binning, GD Raby, B Speers-Roesch, J Sundin, F Jutfelt, DG Roche. 2016. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31:899-900. [link]
Remote bioenergetics measurements in wild fish: opportunities and challenges.
25 - Cooke, SJ, JW Brownscombe, GD Raby, F Broell, SG Hinch, TD Clark, and JM Semmens. 2016. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A 202:23-37. [link]
Effects of experimentally-elevated egg cortisol on offspring traits in two species of Pacific salmon.
24 - Sopinka, NM, SG Hinch, SJ Healy, GD Raby, DA Patterson. 2016. Environmental Biology of Fishes 99:717-728. [link]
Aerobic scope increases throughout an ecologically relevant temperature range in coho salmon.
23 - Raby, GD, MT Casselman, SJ Cooke, SG Hinch, AP Farrell, and TD Clark. 2016. Journal of Experimental Biology 219:1922-1931. [link]
Mechanisms to explain purse seine bycatch mortality of coho salmon.
22 - Raby, GD, SG Hinch, DA Patterson, JA Hills, LA Thompson, SJ Cooke. 2015. Ecological Applications 25:1757-1775. [link]
Fishing for effective conservation: context and biotic variation are keys to understanding the survival of Pacific salmon after catch-and-release.
21 - Raby, GD, MR Donaldson, SG Hinch, TD Clark, EJ Eliason, KM Jeffries, KV Cook, A Teffer, AL Bass, KM Miller, DA Patterson, AP Farrell, and SJ Cooke. 2015. Integrative and Comparative Biology 55:554-576. [link]
A physiological comparison of three techniques for reviving sockeye salmon exposed to a severe capture stressor during upriver migration.
20 - Raby, GD, SM Wilson, DA Patterson, SG Hinch, TD Clark, AP Farrell, and SJ Cooke. 2015. Conservation Physiology 3:015. [link]
Influence of post-capture ventilation assistance on migration success of adult sockeye salmon following capture and release.
19 - Robinson, KA, SG Hinch, GD Raby, MR Donaldson, D Robichaud, DA Patterson, and SJ Cooke. 2015. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144:693-704. [link]
Facing the river gauntlet: understanding the effects of fisheries capture and water temperature on the physiology of coho salmon.
18 - Raby, GD, TD Clark, AP Farrell, DA Patterson, NN Bett, SM Wilson, WG Willmore, CD Suski, SG Hinch, and SJ Cooke. 2015. PLOS ONE 10:e0124023. [link]
Bycatch mortality of endangered coho salmon: impacts, solutions, and aboriginal perspectives.
17 - Raby, GD, MR Donaldson, VM Nguyen, MK Taylor, NM Sopinka, KV Cook, DA Patterson, D Robichaud, SG Hinch, SJ Cooke. 2014. Ecological Applications 24:1803-1819. [link]
The underappreciated and understudied role of predators in the mortality of fish released from fishing gears.
16 - Raby, GD, JR Packer, AJ Danylchuk, SJ Cooke. 2014. Fish and Fisheries 15:489-505. [link]
Looking beyond the mortality of bycatch: sublethal effects of incidental capture on marine animals.
15 - Wilson, SM, GD Raby, NJ Burnett, SG Hinch, SJ Cooke. 2014. Biological Conservation 171:61-72. [link]
Disentangling the roles of air exposure, gillnet injury, and facilitated recovery on the post-capture and release mortality and behavior of adult migratory sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in freshwater.
14 - Nguyen, VM, EG Martins, D Robichaud, GD Raby, MR Donaldson, AG Lotto, WG Willmore, DA Patterson, AP Farrell, SG Hinch, SJ Cooke. 2014. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87:125-135. [link]
Failure to engage the public in issues relating to inland fishes and fisheries: strategies for building public and political will to promote meaningful conservation.
13 - Cooke, SJ, NWR Lapointe, EG Martins, JD Thiem, GD Raby, MK Taylor, TD Beard Jr., IG Cowx. 2013. Journal of Fish Biology 83:997-1018. [link]
Resilience of pink salmon and chum salmon to simulated capture stress incurred upon arrival at spawning grounds.
12 - Raby, GD, SJ Cooke, KV Cook, SH McConnachie, MR Donaldson, SG Hinch, CK Whitney, SM Drenner, DA Patterson, TD Clark, AP Farrell. 2013. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142:524-539. [link]
Evaluation of a simple technique for recovering Pacific salmon from capture stress: integrating comparative physiology, biotelemetry, and social science to solve a conservation problem.
11 - Donaldson, MR, GD Raby, VM Nguyen, SG Hinch, DA Patterson, AP Farrell, M Rudd, LA Thompson, CM O’Connor, AH Colotelo, SH McConnachie, KV Cook, D Robichaud, KK English, SJ Cooke. 2013. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70:90-100. [link]
The physiological consequences of catch-and-release angling: perspectives on experimental design, interpretation, extrapolation, and relevance to stakeholders.
10 - Cooke, SJ, MR Donaldson, CM O’Connor, GD Raby, R Arlinghaus, AJ Danylchuk, KC Hanson, SG Hinch, TD Clark, DA Patterson, CD Suski. 2013. Fisheries Management and Ecology 20:268-287. [link]
Northern pike bycatch in an inland commercial hoop net fishery: effects of water temperature and net tending frequency on injury, physiology, and survival.
9 - Colotelo, AC, GD Raby, CT Hasler, TJ Haxton, KE Smokorowski, G Blouin-Demers, SJ Cooke. 2013. Fisheries Research 137:41-49. [link]
Aboriginal fisher perspectives on use of telemetry technology to study adult Pacific salmon.
8 - Nguyen, VM, GD Raby, SG Hinch, SJ Cooke. 2012. Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems 406:08. [link]
Population-specific consequences of fisheries-related stressors on adult sockeye salmon.
7 - Donaldson, MR, SG Hinch, GD Raby, DA Patterson, AP Farrell, SJ Cooke. 2012. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 85:729-739. [link]
Conservation physiology in practice: How physiological knowledge has improved our ability to sustainably manage Pacific salmon during up-river migration.
6 - Cooke, SJ, SG Hinch, MR Donaldson, TD Clark, EJ Eliason, GT Crossin, GD Raby, KM Jeffries, M Lapointe, K Miller, DA Patterson, AP Farrell. 2012. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 367:1757-1769. [link]
Fish stranding in freshwater systems: sources, consequences, and mitigation.
5 - Nagrodski, A, GD Raby, CT Hasler, MK Taylor, SJ Cooke. 2012. Journal of Environmental Management 103:133-141. [link]
Validation of reflex indicators for measuring vitality and predicting the delayed mortality of wild coho salmon bycatch released from fishing gears.
4 - Raby, GD, MR Donaldson, SG Hinch, DA Patterson, AG Lotto, D Robichaud, KK English, WG Willmore, AP Farrell, MW Davis, SJ Cooke. 2012. Journal of Applied Ecology 49:90-98. [link]
The consequences of angling and beach seine capture on the physiology, post-release behaviour and survival of adult sockeye salmon during upriver migration.
3 - Donaldson, MR, SG Hinch, DA Patterson, J Hills, JO Thomas, SJ Cooke, GD Raby, LA Thompson, D Robichaud, KK English, AP Farrell. 2011. Fisheries Research 108:133-141. [link]
Freshwater commercial bycatch: an understated conservation problem.
2 - Raby, GD, AH Colotelo, G Blouin-Demers, SJ Cooke. 2011. BioScience 61:271-280. [link]
Diet composition and consumption rate in round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) in its expansion phase in the Trent River, Ontario.
1 - Raby, GD, LFG Gutowsky, MG Fox. 2010. Environmental Biology of Fishes 89:143-150. [link]