Brian Shuter
Brian Shuter
Adjunct Professor, University of Toronto; Research Scientist, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
Verified email at utoronto.ca
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Canada's recreational fisheries: the invisible collapse?
JR Post, M Sullivan, S Cox, NP Lester, CJ Walters, EA Parkinson, AJ Paul, ...
Fisheries 27 (1), 6-17, 2002
7792002
Climate, population viability, and the zoogeography of temperate fishes
BJ Shuter, JR Post
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 119 (2), 314-336, 1990
6331990
Stochastic simulation of temperature effects on first‐year survival of smallmouth bass
BJ Shuter, JA MacLean, FEJ Fry, HA Regier
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 109 (1), 1-34, 1980
4171980
Patterns of food chain length in lakes: a stable isotope study
MJ Vander Zanden, BJ Shuter, N Lester, JB Rasmussen
The American Naturalist 154 (4), 406-416, 1999
3971999
Interpreting the von Bertalanffy model of somatic growth in fishes: the cost of reproduction
NP Lester, BJ Shuter, PA Abrams
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
3852004
Confronting climate change in the Great Lakes region: impacts on our communities and ecosystems
GW Kling, K Hayhoe, LB Johnson, DJ Magnuson, S Polasky, ...
Union of Concerned Scientists; Ecological Society of America, 2003
3252003
A model of physiological adaptation in unicellular algae
B Shuter
Journal of theoretical biology 78 (4), 519-552, 1979
2921979
A general, life history based model for regional management of fish stocks: the inland lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) fisheries of Ontario
BJ Shuter, ML Jones, RM Korver, NP Lester
Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 55 (9), 2161-2177, 1998
2611998
Will northern fish populations be in hot water because of climate change?
S Sharma, DA Jackson, CK Minns, BJ Shuter
Global Change Biology 13 (10), 2052-2064, 2007
2472007
Within-and among-population variation in the trophic position of a pelagic predator, lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush)
MJ Vander Zanden, BJ Shuter, NP Lester, JB Rasmussen
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57 (4), 725-731, 2000
2162000
The role of winter phenology in shaping the ecology of freshwater fish and their sensitivities to climate change
BJ Shuter, AG Finstad, IP Helland, I Zweimüller, F Hölker
Aquatic Sciences 74 (4), 637-657, 2012
1832012
An assessment of the effects of climate warming on Great Lakes basin fishes
JD Meisner, JL Goodier, HA Regier, BJ Shuter, WJ Christie
Journal of Great Lakes Research 13 (3), 340-352, 1987
1521987
An individual-based approach to predicting density-dependent dynamics in smallmouth bass populations
DL DeAngelis, L Godbout, BJ Shuter
Ecological Modelling 57 (1-2), 91-115, 1991
1491991
Empirical predictors of annual surface water temperature cycles in North American lakes
BJ Shuter, DA Schlesinger, AP Zimmerman
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 40 (10), 1838-1845, 1983
1421983
Size distribution of pelagic particles in lakes
WG Sprules, JM Casselman, BJ Shuter
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 40 (10), 1761-1769, 1983
1401983
The relative influence of body size and territorial behaviour on nesting asynchrony in male smallmouth bass, Micropterus dolomieui (Pisces: Centrarchidae)
MS Ridgway, BJ Shuter, EE Post
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 665-681, 1991
1371991
Factors affecting the production of zooplankton in lakes
BJ Shuter, KK Ing
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54 (2), 359-377, 1997
1361997
Empirical links between thermal habitat, fish growth, and climate change
JR King, BJ Shuter, AP Zimmerman
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 128 (4), 656-665, 1999
1341999
Biphasic growth in fish I: theoretical foundations
C Quince, PA Abrams, BJ Shuter, NP Lester
Journal of Theoretical Biology 254 (2), 197-206, 2008
1332008
Size dependence of phosphorus and nitrogen subsistence quotas in unicellular microorganisms 1
BJ Shuter
Limnology and Oceanography 23 (6), 1248-1255, 1978
1311978
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