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Lipid corrections in carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analyses: comparison of chemical extraction and modelling methods
JM Logan, TD Jardine, TJ Miller, SE Bunn, RA Cunjak, ME Lutcavage
Journal of Animal Ecology, 838-846, 2008
6962008
Winter habitat of selected stream fishes and potential impacts from land-use activity
RA Cunjak
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 53 (S1), 267-282, 1996
5041996
Winter habitat utilization by stream resident brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and brown trout (Salmo trutta)
RA Cunjak, G Power
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 43 (10), 1970-1981, 1986
4461986
Spatial niche variability for young Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brown trout (S. trutta) in heterogeneous streams
J Heggenes, JL Bagliniere, RA Cunjak
Ecology of freshwater fish 8 (1), 1-21, 1999
3671999
Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in winter:" the season of parr discontent"?
RA Cunjak, TD Prowse, DL Parrish
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55 (S1), 161-180, 1998
3631998
Field test of a new method for tracking small fishes in shallow rivers using passive integrated transponder (PIT) technology
JM Roussel, A Haro, RA Cunjak
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57 (7), 1326-1329, 2000
2962000
Behaviour and microhabitat of young Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) during winter
RA Cunjak
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 45 (12), 2156-2160, 1988
2951988
Physiological consequences of overwintering in streams: the cost of acclimitization?
RA Cunjak
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 45 (3), 443-452, 1988
2801988
The feeding and energetics of stream‐resident trout in winter
RA Cunjak, G Power
Journal of Fish Biology 31 (4), 493-511, 1987
2211987
Using stable isotope analysis with telemetry or mark-recapture data to identify fish movement and foraging
RA Cunjak, JM Roussel, MA Gray, JP Dietrich, DF Cartwright, ...
Oecologia 144 (4), 636-646, 2005
2152005
Density‐dependent growth of young‐of‐the‐year Atlantic salmon Salmo salar in Catamaran Brook, New Brunswick
I Imre, JWA Grant, RA Cunjak
Journal of Animal Ecology 74 (3), 508-516, 2005
2052005
Dry mass–length relationships for benthic insects: a review with new data from Catamaran Brook, New Brunswick, Canada
TA Johnston, RA Cunjak
Freshwater Biology 41 (4), 653-674, 1999
1861999
Implications of territory size for the measurement and prediction of salmonid abundance in streams
JWA Grant, SÓ Steingrímsson, ER Keeley, RA Cunjak
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55 (S1), 181-190, 1998
1641998
Behaviour during elevated water temperatures: can physiology explain movement of juvenile Atlantic salmon to cool water?
C Breau, RA Cunjak, SJ Peake
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (4), 844-853, 2011
1622011
Behaviour during elevated water temperatures: can physiology explain movement of juvenile Atlantic salmon to cool water?
C Breau, RA Cunjak, SJ Peake
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (4), 844-853, 2011
1622011
Variation in stream water chemistry and hydrograph separation in a small drainage basin
D Caissie, TL Pollock, RA Cunjak
Journal of hydrology 178 (1-4), 137-157, 1996
1571996
Stable isotopes in aquatic systems: sample preparation, analysis and interpretation
TD Jardine, SA McGeachy, CM Paton, M Savoie, RA Cunjak
[Fredericton, NB]: Fisheries and Oceans, 2003
1522003
Inter‐stage survival of wild juvenile Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L.
RA Cunjak, J Therrien
Fisheries Management and Ecology 5 (3), 209-223, 1998
1491998
Stable isotope variability in tissues of temperate stream fishes
TD Jardine, MA Gray, SM McWilliam, RA Cunjak
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134 (5), 1103-1110, 2005
1372005
The effects of environmental heat stress on heat-shock mRNA and protein expression in Miramichi Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) parr
SG Lund, D Caissie, RA Cunjak, MM Vijayan, BL Tufts
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59 (9), 1553-1562, 2002
1322002
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