Heather Stewart

McGill University
Candidat Ph.D.

superviseur(e): Lauren Chapman
Andrew Altieri, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
Début: 2016-09-01
Fin: 2020-05-01
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1- Salinity effects on plasma ion levels, cortisol, and osmolality in Chinook salmon following lethal sampling
Stewart, Heather A., David L.G. Noakes, Karen M. Cogliati, James T. Peterson, Martin H. Iversen, Carl B. Schreck
2016 Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology

2- Critical Thermal Maxima of Two Geographic Strains of Channel and Hybrid Catfish
Stewart, Heather A., Peter J. Allen
2014 North American Journal of Aquaculture

3- Laboratory Investigations on the Use of Strobe Lights and Bubble Curtains to Deter Dam Escapes of Age-0 Muskellunge
Stewart, Heather A., Max H. Wolter, David H. Wahl
2014 North American Journal of Fisheries Management

4- Seasonal blood chemistry response of sub-tropical nearshore fishes to climate change
Shultz, A. D., Z. C. Zuckerman, H. A. Stewart, C. D. Suski
2014 Conservation Physiology

5- Salinity effects on Atlantic sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrinchus oxyrinchusMitchill, 1815) growth and osmoregulation
Allen, P. J., Z. A. Mitchell, R. J. DeVries, D. L. Aboagye, M. A. Ciaramella, S. W. Ramee, H. A. Stewart, R. B. Shartau
2014 Journal of Applied Ichthyology

6- Effects of chronic upper temperature regimes on growth of two geographical strains of channel and hybrid catfish
Stewart, Heather A, Brian Bosworth, Lora Petrie-Hanson, James A Martin, Peter J Allen
2015 Aquaculture Research