Nicholas E. Jones (Nick)
Nicholas E. Jones (Nick)
OMNRF - Adjunct University of Toronto and Trent
Verified email at trentu.ca - Homepage
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Longitudinal trends in regulated rivers: a review and synthesis within the context of the serial discontinuity concept
LE Ellis, NE Jones
Environmental Reviews 21 (3), 136-148, 2013
1092013
Incorporating lakes within the river discontinuum: longitudinal changes in ecological characteristics in stream–lake networks
NE Jones
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67 (8), 1350-1362, 2010
1092010
Ecosystem level assessment of environmentally based flow restrictions for maintaining ecosystem integrity: a comparison of a modified peaking versus unaltered river
KE Smokorowski, RA Metcalfe, SD Finucan, N Jones, J Marty, M Power, ...
Ecohydrology 4 (6), 791-806, 2011
672011
The influence of air temperature, groundwater discharge, and climate change on the thermal diversity of stream fishes in southern Ontario watersheds
C Chu, NE Jones, NE Mandrak, AR Piggott, CK Minns
canadian Journal of Fisheries and aquatic sciences 65 (2), 297-308, 2008
642008
Productive capacity of an artificial stream in the Canadian Arctic: assessing the effectiveness of fish habitat compensation
NE Jones, WM Tonn, GJ Scrimgeour, C Katopodis
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60 (7), 849-863, 2003
582003
The dual nature of hydropeaking rivers: is ecopeaking possible?
NE Jones
River Research and Applications 30 (4), 521-526, 2014
552014
Review of theoretical developments in stream ecology and their influence on stream classification and conservation planning
SJ Melles, NE Jones, B Schmidt
Freshwater Biology 57 (3), 415-434, 2012
552012
Spatial patterns of benthic invertebrates in regulated and natural rivers
NE Jones
River Research and Applications 29 (3), 343-351, 2013
472013
Evaluation of single-pass electrofishing and rapid habitat assessment for monitoring redside dace
SM Reid, NE Jones, G Yunker
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28 (1), 50-56, 2008
432008
Ecological characteristics of streams in the Barrenlands near Lac de Gras, NWT, Canada
NE Jones, WM Tonn, GJ Scrimgeour, C Katopodis
Arctic, 249-261, 2003
422003
Resource selection functions for age-0 Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) and their application to stream habitat compensation
NE Jones, WM Tonn
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61 (9), 1736-1746, 2004
382004
Environmental influences on fish migration in a hydropeaking river
NE Jones, IC Petreman
River Research and Applications 31 (9), 1109-1118, 2015
312015
Selective feeding of age-0 Arctic grayling in lake-outlet streams of the Northwest Territories, Canada
NE Jones, WM Tonn, GJ Scrimgeour
Environmental Biology of Fishes 67 (2), 169-178, 2003
312003
Linking the thermal regimes of streams in the Great Lakes Basin, Ontario, to landscape and climate variables
C Chu, NE Jones, L Allin
River Research and Applications 26 (3), 221-241, 2010
302010
Enhancing productive capacity in the Canadian Arctic: assessing the effectiveness of instream habitat structures in habitat compensation
NE Jones, WM Tonn
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133 (6), 1356-1365, 2004
292004
Assessing the effectiveness of a constructed Arctic stream using multiple biological attributes
NE Jones, GJ Scrimgeour, WM Tonn
Environmental management 42 (6), 1064-1076, 2008
262008
Evaluation of a simple method to classify the thermal characteristics of streams using a nomogram of daily maximum air and water temperatures
C Chu, NE Jones, AR Piggott, JM Buttle
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29 (6), 1605-1619, 2009
252009
Observer bias and subsampling efficiencies for estimating the number of migrating fish in rivers using Dual-frequency IDentification SONar (DIDSON)
IC Petreman, NE Jones, SW Milne
Fisheries research 155, 160-167, 2014
242014
Spatial distribution of fishes in hydropeaking tributaries of Lake Superior
MJ Bond, NE Jones
River research and applications 31 (1), 120-133, 2015
222015
Growth and Life History Patterns of a Small‐bodied Stream Fish, Cottus cognatus, in Hydropeaking and Natural Rivers of Northern Ontario
MJ Bond, NE Jones, TJ Haxton
River Research and Applications 32 (4), 721-733, 2016
202016
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