Jordanna N. Bergman
Jordanna N. Bergman
Carleton University
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Assessing the ecosystem‐level consequences of a small‐scale artisanal kelp fishery within the context of climate‐change
KA Krumhansl, JN Bergman, AK Salomon
Ecological Applications 27 (3), 799-813, 2017
Evaluating the benefits and risks of social media for wildlife conservation
JN Bergman, RT Buxton, HY Lin, M Lenda, K Attinello, AC Hajdasz, ...
Facets 7 (1), 360-397, 2022
One hundred research questions in conservation physiology for generating actionable evidence to inform conservation policy and practice
SJ Cooke, JN Bergman, CL Madliger, RL Cramp, J Beardall, G Burness, ...
Conservation Physiology 9 (1), coab009, 2021
Scaling from individual physiological measures to population-level demographic change: case studies and future directions for conservation management
JN Bergman, JR Bennett, AD Binley, SJ Cooke, V Fyson, BL Hlina, ...
Biological Conservation 238, 108242, 2019
The movement ecology of fishes
SJ Cooke, JN Bergman, WM Twardek, ML Piczak, GA Casselberry, ...
Journal of Fish Biology 101 (4), 756-779, 2022
Overcoming the concrete conquest of aquatic ecosystems
SJ Cooke, JN Bergman, EA Nyboer, AJ Reid, AJ Gallagher, ...
Biological conservation 247, 108589, 2020
Mobilizing practitioners to support the Emergency Recovery Plan for freshwater biodiversity
WM Twardek, EA Nyboer, D Tickner, CM O'Connor, NWR Lapointe, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (8), e467, 2021
Teeth penetration force of the tiger shark Galeocerdo cuvier and sandbar shark Carcharhinus plumbeus
JN Bergman, MJ Lajeunesse, PJ Motta
Journal of fish biology 91 (2), 460-472, 2017
Conservation physiology and the COVID-19 pandemic
SJ Cooke, RL Cramp, CL Madliger, JN Bergman, C Reeve, JL Rummer, ...
Conservation Physiology 9 (1), coaa139, 2021
Three lessons conservation science can learn from the COVID‐19 pandemic
RT Buxton, JN Bergman, HY Lin, AD Binley, S Avery‐Gomm, R Schuster, ...
Conservation Biology 34 (6), 1331, 2020
Historical, contemporary, and future perspectives on a coupled social–ecological system in a changing world: Canada’s historic Rideau Canal
JN Bergman, C Beaudoin, I Mistry, A Turcotte, C Vis, V Minelga, K Neigel, ...
Environmental Reviews 30 (1), 72-87, 2022
Tracking the early stages of an invasion with biotelemetry: behaviour of round goby (Neogobius melanostomus) in Canada’s historic Rideau Canal
JN Bergman, GD Raby, KL Neigel, CD Rennie, S Balshine, JR Bennett, ...
Biological Invasions, 1-25, 2022
How to rescue Ontario’s Endangered Species Act: a biologist’s perspective
JN Bergman, AD Binley, RE Murphy, CA Proctor, TT Nguyen, ES Urness, ...
FACETS 5 (1), 423-431, 2020
Developing a national level evidence-based toolbox for addressing freshwater biodiversity threats
JL Reid, JN Bergman, AN Kadykalo, JJ Taylor, WM Twardek, T Rytwinski, ...
Biological Conservation 269, 109533, 2022
Conservation physiology and the management of wild fish populations in the Anthropocene
SJ Cooke, NA Fangue, JN Bergman, CL Madliger, JJ Cech Jr, EJ Eliason, ...
Academic Press, 2022
Multi-year evaluation of muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) spatial ecology during winter drawdowns in a regulated, urban waterway in Canada
JN Bergman, KL Neigel, SJ Landsman, D Glassman, L LaRochelle, ...
Hydrobiologia 850 (2), 417-439, 2023
Optimism and opportunities for conservation physiology in the Anthropocene: a synthesis and conclusions
SJ Cooke, CL Madliger, JN Bergmann, VM Nguyen, SJ Landsman, ...
Conservation Physiology: Applications for Wildlife Conservation and …, 2021
Ecological connectivity of invasive and native fishes in a historic navigation waterway
JN Bergman, JR Bennett, V Minelga, C Vis, AT Fisk, SJ Cooke
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 2024
Received Date: 12-May-2016 Revised Date: 20-Sep-2016 Accepted Date: 25-Oct-2016 Article type
KA Krumhansl, JN Bergman, AK Salomon
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