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Travis Van Leeuwen
Research Scientist Fisheries and Oceans Canada| Adjunct Staff Scientist |Physiological Ecology| Scuba Diving Instructor| Avid Angler
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Physiological Diversity Lab Jul 4
Tune in for an online seminar with on thermal safety, environmental variability and biodiversity change.
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MEPS Jun 25
New study by Rebekah H. Trehern and colleagues about effects of long-term hyposaline exposure on growth, metabolic rate, maximum food consumption and digestion in invasive . Find out more about this study:
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Canadian Science Publishing Jun 16
New in finds "high river temperatures increased the probability of mortality for a caught and released Atlantic salmon." 🐟
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Amanda E Bates Jun 13
Mortality of Atlantic salmon after catch and release angling: assessment of a recreational Atlantic salmon fishery in a changing climate - Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences:
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@FishJournals Jan 22
Induced spawning and embryonic and early larval development of bonefish (Albula vulpes) Journal of Fish Biology
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@FishJournals Jan 4
Induced spawning and embryonic and early larval development of bonefish (Albula vulpes) Journal of Fish Biology
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@FishJournals Dec 22
The risk of individual fish being captured multiple times in a catch and release fishery Fisheries Management & Ecology
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Clay Steell Dec 16
Our research is featured in ! Warming ocean=physiological boost for invasive that could make them even more destructive. Great work here by .
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Hakai Magazine Dec 16
Once lionfish settle into an ecosystem, biodiversity decreases.
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Aneri Garg Dec 16
Check out this work done by , , and Erika Eliason on and why we should be concerned about these hungry bois 🍽
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Tommy Norin Dec 3
Had fun being interviewed by for the Autumn Magazine 😊 Nice little magazine altogether: .
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Journalof ExpBiol Nov 5
This month's Editors' Choice paper is 'An appetite for : , and food intake in (Pterois spp.)' by and colleagues
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CBC Radio Nov 9
The lionfish is known to be a ferocious predator. Now scientists have discovered just how ferocious a digester the invasive species can be.
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Clay Steell Nov 8
Our new study on physiology is on ! Tune into CBC radio tmrw at noon ET to hear my amazing co-supervisor Erika Eliason talk about our discovery & what it means to 🐟
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Clay Steell Nov 5
Our new paper on physiology was selected as Editor's Choice in the Journal of Experimental Biology! Thanks to for choosing us.
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Clay Steell Oct 18
Firstly, a huge thank you to my incredible supervisors and coauthors , Erika Eliason, , & , & to my team in the field , , @BillWB94, & ! 3/34
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Clay Steell Oct 11
Replying to @J_Exp_Biol
And wrote up a summary of this work with an interview from my amazing co-supervisor on this study, Erika Eliason! 👇
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Clay Steell Oct 11
Replying to @claysteell
I'm logging off for the weekend so I'll make a thread of our main findings next week, but briefly, we found: 1) lionfish can perform better and eat more as oceans warm 2) they have a really weird digestive/energetic physiology 3) metabolic phenotype & feeding frequency affect SDA
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Clay Steell Oct 11
My MSc research on lionfish (& my first paper) is now published & online! "An appetite for invasion: digestive physiology, thermal performance and food intake in lionfish (Pterois spp.)" is readable at 👇
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