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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 71, Number 3, 01 2014

Unexpected declines in stream phosphorus concentrations across southern Ontario
pp. 337-342(6)
Authors: Raney, Shanel M.; Eimers, M. Catherine

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Large pelagic predators could jeopardize the recovery of endangered Atlantic salmon
pp. 343-350(8)
Authors: Lacroix, Gilles L.; Fleming, Ian

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A peaked logistic-based selection curve
pp. 351-355(5)
Authors: Smith, James A.; Taylor, Matthew D.

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Experimental evidence simultaneously confirms and contests assumptions implicit to otolith microchemistry research
pp. 356-365(10)
Authors: Veinott, Geoff; Westley, Peter A.H.; Purchase, Craig F.; Warner, Lucas; Gillanders, Bronwyn

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Maternally transmitted isotopes and their effects on larval fish: a validation of dual isotopic marks within a meta-analysis context
pp. 387-397(11)
Authors: Starrs, Danswell; Davis, Jacqueline T.; Schlaefer, Jodie; Ebner, Brendan C.; Eggins, Stephen M.; Fulton, Christopher J.; Gillanders, Bronwyn

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Transgenerational effects of anadromy on juvenile growth traits in an introduced population of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
pp. 398-407(10)
Authors: Liberoff, Ana Laura; Miller, Jessica Adele; Riva-Rossi, Carla Marcela; Hidalgo, Fernando José; Fogel, Marilyn Louise; Pascual, Miguel Alberto; Tierney, Keith

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Vulnerability to harvest by anglers differs across climate, productivity, and diversity clines
pp. 416-426(11)
Authors: Mogensen, Stephanie; Post, John R.; Sullivan, Michael G.

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Physiological differences between lean and siscowet lake trout morphotypes: Are these metabolotypes?
pp. 427-435(9)
Authors: Goetz, Frederick; Jasonowicz, Andrew; Johnson, Ronald; Biga, Peggy; Fischer, Greg; Sitar, Shawn; Tierney, Keith

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Seasonality, littoral versus pelagic carbon sources, and stepwise 15N-enrichment of pelagic food web in a deep subalpine lake: the role of planktivorous fish
pp. 436-446(11)
Authors: Visconti, Anna; Volta, Pietro; Fadda, Amedeo; Di Guardo, Antonio; Manca, Marina; Smith, Ralph

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Interspecific relationships and environmentally driven catchabilities estimated from fisheries data
pp. 447-463(17)
Authors: Hosack, Geoffrey R.; Peters, Gareth W.; Ludsin, Stuart A.; Rose, Kenneth

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Examining the utility of alternative video monitoring metrics for indexing reef fish abundance
pp. 464-471(8)
Authors: Schobernd, Zeb H.; Bacheler, Nathan M.; Conn, Paul B.; Trenkel, Verena

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Comparison of condition factors of skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) associated or not with floating objects in an area known to be naturally enriched with logs
pp. 472-478(7)
Authors: Robert, Marianne; Dagorn, Laurent; Bodin, Nathalie; Pernet, Fabrice; Arsenault-Pernet, Eve-Julie; Deneubourg, Jean Louis; Rose, Kenneth

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The art of ecosystem-based fishery management
pp. 479-490(12)
Authors: Fogarty, Michael J.; Rose, Kenneth

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