Stephen Smith

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Education and awards

Degrees:

  • Masters of Science (1979), Unversity of Guelph
  • Bachelor of Science (1977), University of Guelph

Key publications

  1. Tremblay, M.J., S.J. Smith, B.J. Todd, P.M. Clement and D.L. McKeown. 2009.Associations of lobsters (Homarus americanus) off southwestern Nova Scotia with bottom type from images and geophysical maps. ICES Journal of Marine Science, Vol.66(9), pg.2060-2067
  2. Smith, S.J., M. J. Lundy, J. Sameoto and B. Hubley. 2009.Scallop Production Areas in the Bay of Fundy: Stock Status for 2008 and Forecast for 2009. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document, Research Doc.2009/004
  3. Smith, S.J., J. Black, B.J. Todd, V.E. Kostylev and M.J. Lundy. 2009.The impact of commercial fishing on the determination of habitat associations for sea scallops (Placopecten magellanicus, Gmelin). ICES Journal of Marine Science, Vol.66(9), pg.2043-2051
  4. Smith, S.J., M. J. Lundy, J. Tremblay, C. Frail and S. Rowe. 2008.Scallop fishing area 29: Stock status and update for 2008. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document, Research Doc.2008/033: iv + 45pg.
  5. Smith, S. J. and M. J. Lundy. 2006.Improving the precision of design-based scallop drag surveys using adaptive allocation methods. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, Vol.63, pg.1338-1354
  6. Smith, Stephen. 2006.Presentation and review of Southwest Nova Scotia benthic mapping project. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Proceedings Series, Proceeding Doc.2006/047: vi + 42pg.
  7. Tremblay, M.J., S. J. Smith, D. Robichaud and P. Lawton. 2006.The catchability of large lobsters (Homarus americanus) from diving and trapping studies off Grand Manan Island, Canadian Maritimes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, Vol.63, pg.1925-1933
  8. Smith, S.J. and B. Sainte-Marie. 2004.Biological reference points for invertebrate fisheries: introduction. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, Vol.61, pg.1303-1306
  9. Smith, S.J. and P. Rago. 2004.Biological reference points for sea scallops (Placopecten magellanicus): The benefits and costs of being nearly sessile. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, Vol.61, pg.1338-1354
  10. Smith, S.J. and M.J. Tremblay. 2003.Fishery-independent trap surveys of lobsters (Homarus americanus): design considerations. Fisheries Research, Vol.62, pg.65-75
  11. Smith, S.J., Lucas, Z. and Stobo, W.T.. 2003.Population estimate of Ipswich sparrows on Sable Island, Nova Scotia in 1998 using a random transect survey design. Canadian Journal of Zoology, Vol.81, pg.771-779
  12. Smith, Stephen. 2003.Workshop on Reference Points for Invertebrate Fisheries held in Halifax, NS, 2-5 December 2002: Abstracts and Proceedings. Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, Rept.2448: ix + 62 pg.
  13. Tremblay, M.J. and S.J. Smith. 2001.Lobster (Homarus americanus) catchability in different habitats in late spring and early fall. Marine and Freshwater Research, Vol.51, pg.1321-1332
  14. Smith, S.J., E. L. Kenchington, M. J. Lundy, G. Robert and D. Roddick. 2001.Spatially specific growth rates for sea scallops (Placopecten magellanicus). pp. 211-231. In Spatial Processes and Management of Marine Populations, edited by G.H. Kruse, N. Bez,. Booth, M. Dorn, S. Hills, R. Lipcius, D. Pelletier, C. Roy, S.J. Smith, and D. Witherell., pg.221-231