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Published continuously since 1901 (under various titles), this monthly journal is the primary publishing vehicle for the multidisciplinary field of aquatic sciences. It publishes perspectives (syntheses, critiques, and re-evaluations), discussions (comments and replies), articles, and rapid communications, relating to current research on cells, organisms, populations, ecosystems, or processes that affect aquatic systems. The journal seeks to amplify, modify, question, or redirect accumulated knowledge in the field of fisheries and aquatic science. Occasional supplements are dedicated to single topics or to proceedings of international symposia.

Publisher: NRC Research Press

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Volume 62, Number 5, May 2005

A new perspective on the importance of marine-derived nutrients to threatened stocks of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.)
pp. 961-964(4)
Authors: Scheuerell, Mark D; Levin, Phillip S; Zabel, Richard W; Williams, John G; Sanderson, Beth L

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Fishing methods to reduce sea turtle mortality associated with pelagic longlines
pp. 965-981(17)
Authors: Watson, John W; Epperly, Sheryan P; Shah, Arvind K; Foster, Daniel G

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Divergent impacts of experimental lake-level drawdown on planktonic and benthic plant communities in a boreal forest lake
pp. 991-1003(13)
Authors: Turner, Michael A; Huebert, David B; Findlay, David L; Hendzel, Leonard L; Jansen, Wolfgang A; Bodaly, RA (Drew); Armstrong, Llwellyn M; Kasian, Susan E.

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Photodegradation-induced changes in dissolved organic matter in acidic waters
pp. 1019-1027(9)
Authors: Wu, F C; Mills, R B; Cai, Y R; Evans, R D; Dillon, P J

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Automatic calculation of the sensitivity of Bayesian fisheries models to informative priors
pp. 1028-1036(9)
Authors: Millar, Russell B; Stewart, Wayne S

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Age validation of canary rockfish (Sebastes pinniger) from off the Oregon coast (USA) using the bomb radiocarbon method
pp. 1060-1066(7)
Authors: Piner, Kevin R; Hamel, Owen S; Menkel, Jennifer L; Wallace, John R; Hutchinson, Charles E

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Inferring sedimentary chlorophyll concentrations with reflectance spectroscopy: a novel approach to reconstructing historical changes in the trophic status of mountain lakes
pp. 1067-1078(12)
Authors: Das, Biplob; Vinebrooke, Rolf D; Sanchez-Azofeifa, Arturo; Rivard, Benoit; Wolfe, Alexander P

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A model of total swimming costs in turbulent flow for juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
pp. 1079-1089(11)
Authors: Enders, Eva C; Boisclair, Daniel; Roy, André G

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Invertebrate resting stages in residual ballast sediment of transoceanic ships
pp. 1090-1103(14)
Authors: Bailey, Sarah A; Duggan, Ian C; Jenkins, Philip T; MacIsaac, Hugh J

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Flexible diet and trophic position of dreissenid mussels as inferred from stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen
pp. 1119-1129(11)
Authors: Garton, David W; Payne, Christopher D; Montoya, Joseph P

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Alternative life-history patterns of estuarine fish: barium in otoliths elucidates freshwater residency
pp. 1143-1152(10)
Authors: Elsdon, Travis S; Gillanders, Bronwyn M

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Spawning behaviour and success of mature male Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) parr of farmed and wild origin
pp. 1153-1160(8)
Authors: Weir, Laura K; Hutchings, Jeffrey A; Fleming, Ian A; Einum, Sigurd

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Evidence for biomagnification of rubidium in freshwater and marine food webs
pp. 1161-1167(7)
Authors: Campbell, Linda M; Fisk, Aaron T; Wang, Xiaowa; Köck, Günter; Muir, Derek C.

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Are marine protected areas a red herring or fisheries panacea?
pp. 1194-1199(6)
Author: Kaiser, Michel J

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