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Dr Marie - Julie Roux

 

 

 

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Marie-Julie Roux
Fisheries Scientist
email: mroux Ďatí fisheries.gov.fk
mobile: +500 54542
work:    +500 27260
fax:       +500 27265

 

 

Research Interests

 

 

Fish assemblage structure and population ecology. Environmental and anthropogenic forcing on aquatic ecosystem structure and function.

 

 

Background and Qualifications

 

 

Marie-Julie completed her PhD at Memorial University (St-John’s, NL, Canada) in 2009 where she investigated the food web ecology of sub-Arctic lakes as related to mercury bioaccumulation in fish. She then moved further north to study population dynamics, community structure and stock assessment of Arctic fishes. In 2011 she completed a post-doc on the development of quantitative methods for the assessment of data-poor Arctic Charr (Salvelinus alpinus) stocks from Nunavut. She joined the FIFD team in January 2012.

 

 

 

Publications

 

 

 

Tallman R F, Roux M -J and Fisk A. 2012. Management of ecosystem effects, potential and realized, in emerging arctic fisheries in South Baffin Island. In: G H Kruse, H I Browman K L Cochrane, D Evans, G S Jamieson, P A Livingston, D Woodby and C I Zhang (eds.), Global Progress in Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management. Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Howland, K., N. Mochnacz, C. Gallagher, R. Tallman, H. Ghamry, M.-J. Roux, S. Sandstrom, and J. Reist. 2012. Developing Strategies for Improved Assessment and Ecosystem-Based Management of Canadian Northern Dolly Varden. In: G.H. Kruse, H.I. Browman, K.L. Cochrane, D. Evans, G.S. Jamieson, P.A. Livingston, D. Woodby, and C.I. Zhang (eds.), Global Progress in Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management. Alaska Sea Grant, University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Roux MJ, Tallman RF, Lewis CW. 2011. Small-scale Arctic charr Salvelinus alpinus fisheries in Canada's Nunavut: management challenges and options. J.Fish. Biol. 79: 1625-1647

Roux, M-J. Anderson, R. and Planas, D. 2008. Integrating spatial patterns and processes in food web and environmental studies: from “who eats whom” and “who eats where” to “who eats whom and where”. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. vol. 30, Part 4, p. 569-572, Stuttgart, September 2008;

 

 

 

 

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