Candice St. Germain
During my time with Fisheries and Ocean Canada, I have been involved in a number of different projects. Most recently, I was part of a team working to develop and apply a framework to identify marine organisms most vulnerable to ship-source oil spills. I am also involved with the Endeavour Hot Vents Marine Protected Area and Canada's recently announced Offshore Area of Interest, and have a research backgroun in the population ecology of hydrothermal vents. On the upcoming cruise, I will be part of the oceanography team, collecting water samples from two of Canada's offshore seamounts.
Hannah, L., St. Germain, C., Jeffery, S., Patton, S., and O, M. 2017. Application of a framework to assess vulnerability of biological components to ship-source oil spills in the marine environment in the Pacific Region. DFO Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document In Press.Thornborough, K., Hannah, L., St. Germain, C., and O, M. 2017. A framework to assess vulnerability of biological components to ship-source oil spills in the marine environment. DFO Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document In press.
Ban, S., Curtis, J.M.R., St. Germain, C., Perry, R. I., and Therriault, T.W. 2016. Identification of Ecologically and Biologically Significant Areas (EBSAs) in Canada’s Offshore Pacific Bioregion. DFO Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document 2016/034. x + 152 p.
Tunnicliffe V, St. Germain C, Hilario A. 2014. Phenotypic variation and fitness in a metapopulation of tubeworms at hydrothermal vents. PLOS ONE 9(10): e110578.St. Germain, C. 2011. Reproductive and physiological condition and juvenile recruitment in the hydrothermal vent tubeworm Ridgeia piscesae Jones (Polychaeta: Siboglinidae) in the context of a highly variable habitat on Juan de Fuca Ridge. Master’s Thesis, University of Victoria.