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Daily temperature experience and selection by adfluvial bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus)

Gutowsky LFG, Harrison PM, Martins EG, Leake A, Patterson DA, Zhu DZ, Power M and Cooke SJ. 2017. Environmental Biology of Fishes 100 1167−1180. ABSTRACT

Partial diel migration: a facultative migration underpinned by long-term inter-individual variation

Harrison PM, Gutowsky LFG, Martins EG, Patterson DA, Cooke SJ and Power M. 2017. Journal of Animal Ecology 86:1246−1256ABSTRACT

Individual isotopic specialisations predict subsequent inter-individual variation in movement in a freshwater fish

Harrison PM, Gutowsky LFG, Martins EG, Ward TD, Patterson DA, Cooke SJ and Power M. 2017. Ecology 98, 608615. ABSTRACT

Assessing public commitment to endangered species protection:  a Canadian case study

McCune JL, Carlsson A, Colla SR, Davy CM, Favaro B, Ford AT, Fraser KC and Martins EG. 2017. FACETS 2, 178-194. ABSTRACT | PDF

2017

A moving target – incorporating knowledge of the spatial ecology of fish into biological assessment and management of freshwater fisheries

Cooke SJ, Struthers D, Martins EG, Gutowsky LFG, Power M, Doka S, Dettmers J, Crook D, Lucas, MC, Holbrook CM and Krueger CC. 2016. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 188, 239. ABSTRACT

Interactive effects of phenotypic traits on adfluvial bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) movement ecology

Gutowsky LFG, Harrison PM, Martins EG, Leake A, Patterson DA, Power M and Cooke SJ. 2016. Canadian Journal of Zoology 94, 31−40. ABSTRACT

Upstream passage and entrainment of fish at hydropower dams: lessons learned from NSERC's HydroNet 2010-2015

Gutowsky, LFG, Harrison PM, Silva A, Martins EG, Power M, Zhu DZ and Cooke SJ. 2016. DFO Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document 2016/039. vii + 35 p. ABSTRACT | PDF

Burbot Lota lota and large hydropower in North America: benefits, threats, and research needs for mitigation

Harrison PH, Gutwosky LFG, Martins EG, Patterson DA, Cooke SJ and Power M. 2016. Fisheries Ecology and Management 23, 335−349. ABSTRACT

Temporal plasticity in thermal habitat selection of burbot, Lota lota, a diel-migrating winter specialist 

Harrison PM, Gutowsky LFG, Martins EG, Patterson DA, Cooke SJ and Power M. 2016. Journal of Fish Biology 88, 2111−2129. ABSTRACT

2016

Environmental conditions and physiological state influence estuarine movements of homing sockeye salmon

Drenner SM, Hinch SG, Martins EG, Furey NB, Clark TD, Cooke SJ, Patterson DA, Robichaud D, Welch D, Farrell AP, Thomson R. 2015. Fisheries Oceanography 24, 307−324. ABSTRACT

Reporting on the recapture of electronic tagged fish by fishers in the Xingu River, Brazilian Amazon. Brazilian

​Hahn L, Câmara LF, Nunes LD, Machado LS, Abolis D, Fries LCC, Martins EG and Garrone-Neto D. 2015.  Journal of Biology, 75: S99−S101. Special Issue: Xingu River and UHE Belo Monte Environmental Studies. ABSTRACT | PDF

Personality-dependent spatial ecology occurs independently from dispersal in wild burbot (Lota lota)

Harrison PM, Gutowsky LFG, Martins EG, Patterson DA, Cooke SJ and Power M. 2015. Behavioral Ecology 26, 483−492. ABSTRACT

Locomotor activity patterns of muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) assessed using tri-axial acceleration sensing transmitters

​Landsman SJ, Martins EG, Gutowsky LFG, Arlinghaus RT, Suski CD and Cooke SJ. 2015. Environmental Biology of Fishes 98, 2109−2121. ABSTRACT

Accelerometer-derived activity correlates with volitional swimming speed in lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens)

Thiem JD, Dawson JW, Gleiss AC, Martins EG, Haro A, Castro-Santos T, Danylchuk AJ, Wilson AJ and Cooke SJ. 2015. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93, 645−654. ABSTRACT

2015

Variable thermal experience and diel thermal patterns of homing sockeye salmon in coastal marine waters

Drenner SM, Hinch SG, Martins EG, Robichaud D, Clark TD, Thomson LA, Patterson DA, Cooke SJ and Thomson RE. 2014. Marine Ecology Progress Series 496, 109−124. ABSTRACT

Observable impairments predict mortality of captured and released sockeye salmon at various temperatures

Gale MK, Hinch SG, Cooke SJ, Donaldson MR, Eliason EJ, Jeffries KM, Martins EG and Patterson DA. 2014.  Conservation Physiology 2, cou029. ABSTRACT | PDF

Behavioral attributes of turbine entrainment risk for adult bull trout revealed by acoustic telemetry and state-space modeling

Martins EG, Gutowsky LFG, Harrison PM, Mills Flemming JE, Jonsen ID, Zhu DZ, Leake A, Patterson DA, Power M and Cooke SJ. 2014. Animal Biotelemetry 2, 13. ABSTRACT | NEWS | PDF

 

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

Nguyen VM, Martins EG, Robichaud D, Raby GD, Donaldson MR, Lotto AG, Willmore WG, Patterson DA, Farrell AP, Hinch SG and Cooke SJ. 2014. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87, 125−135. Special Issue: Conservation Physiology. ABSTRACT
 

Coastal marine and in-river migration behaviour of adult sockeye salmon en route to spawning grounds

Wilson SM, Hinch SG, Drenner SM, Martins EG, Furey NB, Patterson DA, Welch DW and Cooke SJ. 2014. Marine Ecology Progress Series 496, 71−84. ABSTRACT

2014

Failure to engage the public in issues related to inland fish and fisheries: the way forward for building public and political will to promote meaningful conservation

Cooke SJ, Lapointe NWR, Martins EG, Thiem J, Raby GD, Taylor M, Beard Jr. TD and Cowx IG. 2013. Journal of Fish Biology 83, 997−1018. Special Issue: Selected Papers from the 6th World Fisheries Congress. ABSTRACT

Diel vertical migration hypothesis explain size-dependent behaviour in a freshwater piscivore

Gutowsky LFG, Harrison PM, Martins EG, Leake A, Patterson DA, Power M and Cooke SJ. 2013. Animal Behaviour 86, 365−373. ABSTRACT

Diel vertical migration of adult burbot: a dynamic trade-off between feeding opportunity, predation avoidance, and bioenergetic gain

Harrison PM, Gutowsky LFG, Martins EG, Patterson DA, Leake A, Cooke SJ and Power M. 2013. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70, 1765−1774. ABSTRACT

Forebay use and entrainment rates of resident adult fish in a large hydropower reservoir

Martins EG, Gutowsky LFG, Harrison PM, Patterson DA, Power M, Zhu D, Leake A and Cooke SJ. 2013. Aquatic Biology 19, 253−263. ABSTRACT | PDF

Between-individual variation drives the seasonal dynamics in the trophic niche of a Neotropical marsupial

Pires MM, Martins EG, Araújo MS and dos Reis SF 2013. Austral Ecology 38, 664−671. ABSTRACT

Multivariate models for correlated count data

Rodrigues-Motta M, Pinheiro HP, Martins EG, Araújo MS and dos Reis SF. 2013. Journal of Applied Statistics 40, 1586−1596. ABSTRACT

2013

A synthesis of tagging studies examining the behaviour and survival of anadromous salmonids in marine environments

Drenner SM, Clark TD, Whitney CK, Martins EG, Cooke SJ and Hinch SG. 2012. PLoS ONE 7, e31311. ABSTRACT | PDF

Sex and proximity to reproductive maturity influence survival, final maturation, and blood physiology of Pacific salmon when exposed to high temperature during a simulated migration

Jeffries KM, Hinch SG, Martins EG, Clark TD, Lotto AG, Patterson DA, Cooke SJ, Farrell AP and Miller KM 2012. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 85, 62−73. ABSTRACT

Quantitative methods for analyzing cumulative effects on fish migration success: a review

Johnson JE, Patterson DA, Martins EG, Cooke SJ and Hinch SG. 2012. Journal of Fish Biology 81, 600−631. Special Issue: Fish Migration in the 21st Century: Opportunities and Challenges. ABSTRACT

Climate effects on growth, phenology and survival of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka): a synthesis of the current state of knowledge and future research directions

Martins EG, Hinch SG, Cooke SJ and Patterson DA. 2012. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 22, 887−914. ABSTRACT

High river temperature reduces survival of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) approaching spawning grounds and exacerbates female mortality

Martins EG, Hinch SG, Patterson DA, Hague MJ, Cooke SJ, Miller KM, Robichaud D, English KK and Farrell AP. 2012. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69, 330−342. ABSTRACT

Paternal care decreases foraging activity and body condition, but does not impose survival costs to caring males in a Neotropical arachnid

Requena GS, Buzatto BA, Martins EG and Machado G. 2012. PLoS ONE 7, e46701. ABSTRACT | PDF

2012

A review of potential climate change effects on survival of Fraser River sockeye salmon and an analysis of interannual trends in en route loss and pre-spawn mortality

Hinch SG and Martins EG. 2011. Cohen Commission Technical Reports 9. 134pp. PDF

Effects of river temperature and climate warming on stock-specific survival of adult migrating Fraser River sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)

Martins EG, Hinch SG, Patterson DA, Hague MJ, Cooke SJ, Miller KM, Lapointe MF, English KK and Farrell AP. 2011. Global Change Biology 17, 99−114. ABSTRACT

2011

Nested diets: a novel pattern of individual-level resource use

Araújo MS, Martins EG, Cruz LD, Fernandes FR, Linhares AX, dos Reis SF and Guimarães Jr PR. 2010. Oikos 119, 81−88. ABSTRACT

Growth and home range size of the gracile mouse opossum Gracilinanus microtarsus (Marsupialia: Didelphidae) in Brazilian cerrado

Fernandes FR, Cruz LD, Martins EG and dos Reis SF. 2010. Journal of Tropical Ecology 26, 185−192. ABSTRACT

Young didelphid consumption by Micoureus paraguayanus (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae) in southeastern Brazil

Pires MM, Martins EG, Cruz LD, Fernandes FR, Clemente-Carvalho RB, Silva MNF and dos Reis SF. 2010. Mastozoología Neotropical 17, 183−187. ABSTRACT | PDF

Gracilinanus microtarsus (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae)

Pires MM, Martins EG, Silva MNF and dos Reis SF. 2010. Mammalian Species 851, 33−40. ABSTRACT

2010

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Ecology of the armadillos Cabassous unicinctus and Euphractus sexcinctus (Cingulata: Dasypodidae) in a Brazilian cerrado

Bonato V, Martins EG, Machado G, da-Silva CQ and dos Reis SF. 2008. Journal of Mammalogy 89, 168−174. ABSTRACT

Geographic variation in cranial shape in the pumpkin toadlet (Brachycephalus ephippium): a geometric analysis

Clemente-Carvalho RB, Monteiro LR, Bonato V, Rocha HS, Pereira GR, Oliveira DF, Lopes RT, Haddad CFB, Martins EG and dos Reis SF. 2008. Journal of Herpetology 42, 176−185. ABSTRACT

A Bayesian change-point model for describing partial semelparity of a Neotropical didelphid marsupial

​da-Silva CQ, Gomes AE, Martins EG, Bonato V and dos Reis SF. 2008. Revista Brasileira de Biometria 26, 31−44. ABSTRACT | PDF

 

Bayesian capture-recapture analysis: an application in modeling semelparity of a Neotropical didelphid marsupial

​da-Silva CQ, Martins EG, Bonato V and dos Reis SF. 2008. Communications in Statistics-Simulation and Computation 37, 816−828. ABSTRACT

Sex and season affect individual-level diet variation in the Neotropical marsupial Gracilinanus microtarsus (Didelphidae)

Martins EG, Araújo MS, Bonato V and dos Reis SF. 2008.  Biotropica 40, 132−135. ABSTRACT

 

Oviposition site selection by the bromeliad-dweller harvestman Bourguyia hamata (Arachnida: Opiliones)

​Osses F, Martins EG and Machado G. 2008. Journal of Ethology 26, 233−241. ABSTRACT

2008

Effects of maternal care on the lifetime reproductive success of females in a Neotropical harvestman

Buzatto BA, Requena GS, Martins EG and Machado G. 2007. Journal of Animal Ecology 76, 937−945. ABSTRACT

Association of the stilt bug Jalysus ossesae (Heteroptera: Berytidae) with myrmecophytic plants of the genus Maieta (Melastomataceae) in an upland forest area in central Amazon, Brazil

Osses F, Martins EG and Romero GQ. 2007. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 109, 331−337. ABSTRACT | PDF

2007

Partial semelparity in the Neotropical didelphid marsupial Gracilinanus microtarsus

​Martins EG, Bonato V, da-Silva CQ and dos Reis SF. 2006. Journal of Mammalogy 87, 915−920. ABSTRACT

Seasonality in reproduction, age structure and density of the gracile mouse opossum Gracilinanus microtarsus (Marsupialia: Didelphidae) in a Brazilian cerrado

Martins EG, Bonato V, da-Silva CQ and dos Reis SF. 2006. Journal of Tropical Ecology 22, 461−468. ABSTRACT

Variation in the food-niche width of Gracilinanus microtarsus (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae) in a cerrado remnant in south-eastern Brazil

Martins EG, Bonato V, Pinheiro A and dos Reis SF. 2006. Mammalian Biology 71, 304−308. ABSTRACT

Diet of the gracile mouse opossum (Gracilinanus microtarsus) (Didelphimorphia: Didelphidae) in a Brazilian cerrado: patterns of food consumption and intrapopulation variation

Martins EG, Bonato V, Pinheiro HP and dos Reis SF. 2006. Journal of Zoology 269, 21−28. ABSTRACT

2006

On the diet of Gracilinanus microtarsus (Marsupialia, Didelphidae) in an Atlantic Rainforest fragment in southeastern Brazil

Martins EG and Bonato V. 2004. Mammalian Biology 69, 58−60. ABSTRACT

Description and ecology of a new sun spider (Arachnida: Solifugae) from the Brazilian cerrado

Martins EG, Bonato V, Machado G, Rocha LS and Pinto-da-Rocha R. 2004. Journal of Natural History 38, 2361−2375. ABSTRACT

2004

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