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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 9, September 2005

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State-space likelihoods for nonlinear fisheries time-series
pp. 1937-1952(16)
Authors: Valpine, Perry d.; Hilborn, Ray

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Methyl mercury concentrations in macroinvertebrates and fish from burned and undisturbed lakes on the Boreal Plain
pp. 1963-1977(15)
Authors: Allen, Erik W; Prepas, Ellie E; Gabos, Stephan; Strachan, William M.; Zhang, Weiping

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Effects of turbidity on the reactive distance, search time, and foraging success of juvenile Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
pp. 1978-1984(7)
Authors: Meager, Justin J; Solbakken, Turid; Utne-Palm, Anne C; Oen, Tina

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Distribution–abundance relationships for North Sea Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua): observation versus theory
pp. 2001-2009(9)
Authors: Blanchard, Julia L; Mills, Craig; Jennings, Simon; Fox, Clive J; Rackham, Brian D; Eastwood, Paul D; O'Brien, Carl M

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Foraging behavior, morphology, and life history variation determine the ontogeny of piscivory in two closely related predators
pp. 2010-2020(11)
Authors: Graeb, Brian D.; Galarowicz, Tracy; Wahl, David H; Dettmers, John M; Simpson, Mathew J

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Persistent organic pollutants in river food webs: influence of trophic position and degree of heterotrophy
pp. 2021-2032(12)
Authors: Berglund, Olof; Nyström, Per; Larsson, Per

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Periphyton response to long-term nutrient enrichment in a shaded headwater stream
pp. 2033-2045(13)
Authors: Greenwood, Jennifer L; Rosemond, Amy D

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Detecting p53 family proteins in haemocytic leukemia cells of Mytilus edulis from Pictou Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada
pp. 2055-2066(12)
Authors: St-Jean, S D; Stephens, R E; Courtenay, S C; Reinisch, C L

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Impacts of hydraulic dredging on a macrobenthic community of the Adriatic Sea, Italy
pp. 2076-2087(12)
Authors: Morello, E B; Froglia, C; Atkinson, R J.; Moore, P G

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Empirical study of cyanobacterial toxicity along a trophic gradient of lakes
pp. 2100-2109(10)
Authors: Giani, A; Bird, D F; Prairie, Y T; Lawrence, J F

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Branching complexity and morphological characteristics of coarse woody structure as lacustrine fish habitat
pp. 2110-2123(14)
Authors: Newbrey, Michael G; Bozek, Michael A; Jennings, Martin J; Cook, James E

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Metabolic rates and swimming performance of adult Fraser River sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) after a controlled infection with Parvicapsula minibicornis
pp. 2124-2133(10)
Authors: Wagner, G N; Hinch, S G; Kuchel, L J; Lotto, A; Jones, S R.; Patterson, D A; Macdonald, J S; Kraak, G V. D.; Shrimpton, M; English, K K; Larsson, S; Cooke, S J; Healey, M C; Farrell, A P

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Can growth be used as a surrogate measure of walleye (Sander vitreus) abundance change?
pp. 2159-2168(10)
Authors: Sass, Greg G; Kitchell, James F

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