Daniel Duplisea

Research Scientist
Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Current research and/or projects

  • Ecosystem approach to fisheries
  • Incorporating climate change into risk based advice for fish stocks
  • The precautionary approach to fisheries

Professional activities / interests

Professor at:

  • University of Quebec at Rimouski

Education and awards

PhD (Systems Ecology), Stockholm University, 1998

BSc (Hon) Marine Biology, Dalhousie University, 1991

MSc, Dalhousie University, 1993

Phil Lic, Stockholm University, 1996

International experience and/or work

PhD in Sweden 1994-1998

Scientific officer, cefas, Lowestoft, England 1998-2001

Key publications

Primary Publications:

  1. Duplisea, D.E., 2018. Fishermen's Historical Knowledge Leads to a Re‐Evaluation of Redfish Catch. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 10(1), pp.3-11.
  2. Duplisea, D.E., 2017. Eliminating implausible fisheries assessment models using fishers’ knowledge. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 75(8), pp.1280-1290.
  3. Van Beveren, E., Duplisea, D., Castonguay, M., Doniol-Valcroze, T., Plourde, S. and Cadigan, N., 2017. How catch underreporting can bias stock assessment of and advice for northwest Atlantic mackerel and a possible resolution using censored catch. Fisheries research, 194, pp.146-154.
  4. Duplisea, D.E., Frisk, M.G. and Trenkel, V.M., 2016. Extinction debt and colonizer credit on a habitat perturbed fishing bank. PloS one, 11(11), p.e0166409.

Secondary Publications:

  1. Duplisea, D.E., 2016. Fitting a statistical catch at length model (NFT-SCALE) to Unit 1+ 2 redfish (Sebastes mentella and Sebastes fasciatus). Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Ecosystems and Oceans Science.
  2. Duplisea, D. E. 2013. Equilibrium estimates of Fmsy and Bmsy for 3Pn4RS cod. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2012/171. iv + 20 p.