Strahan Tucker

Chercheur scientifique

Je suis chercheur scientifique au sein du groupe de recherche sur les pinnipèdes de la Station de biologie du Pacifique.

Prix et études

PhD Biology, Dalhousie 2007

Principales publications

Refereed publications

 

Articles published in refereed journals

 

  1. Beacham TD, Araujo HA, Tucker S, Trudel M. Validity of inferring size-selective mortality and a critical size limit in Pacific salmon from scale circulus spacing. Plos One. 2018;13(6).

     

  2. Tucker S, Li SR, Kaukinen KH, Patterson DA, Miller KM. Distinct seasonal infectious agent profiles in life-history variants of juvenile Fraser River Chinook salmon: An application of high-throughput genomic screening. Plos One. 2018;13(4).

     

  3. Hipfner JM, Galbraith M, Tucker S, Studholme KR, Domalik AD, Pearson SF, et al. Two forage fishes as potential conduits for the vertical transfer of microfibres in Northeastern Pacific Ocean food webs. Environmental Pollution. 2018;239:215-22.

     

  4. Nekouei O, Vanderstichel R, Ming TB, Kaukinen KH, Thakur K, Tabata A, et al. Detection and Assessment of the Distribution of Infectious Agents in Juvenile Fraser River Sockeye Salmon, Canada, in 2012 and 2013. Frontiers in Microbiology. 2018;9.

     

  5. Thakur KK, Vanderstichel R, Li S, Laurin E, Tucker S, Neville C, Tabata A, Miller KM. A comparison of infectious agents between hatchery-enhanced and wild out-migrating juvenile chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) from Cowichan River, British Columbia. FACETS. 2018 Jul 5;3(1):695-721.

     

  6. Beacham TD, Neville CM, Tucker S, Trudel M. Is There Evidence for Biologically Significant Size-Selective Mortality of Coho Salmon During the First Winter of Marine Residence? Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2017;146(3):395-407.

     

  7. Freshwater C, Trudel M, Beacham TD, Grant SCH, Johnson SC, Neville CEM, et al. Effects of density during freshwater and early marine rearing on juvenile sockeye salmon size, growth, and migration. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2017;579:97-110.

     

  8. Hertz E, Trudel M, Tucker S, Beacham TD, Mazumder A. Overwinter shifts in the feeding ecology of juvenile Chinook salmon. Ices Journal of Marine Science. 2017;74(1):226-33.

     

  9. Tucker S, Hipfner JM, Trudel M. Size- and condition-dependent predation: a seabird disproportionately targets substandard individual juvenile salmon. Ecology. 2016;97(2):461-71.

     

  10. Freshwater C, Trudel M, Beacham TD, Godbout L, Neville CEM, Tucker S, et al. Divergent migratory behaviours associated with body size and ocean entry phenology in juvenile sockeye salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2016;73(12):1723-32.

     

  11. Freshwater C, Trudel M, Beacham TD, Godbout L, Neville CEM, Tucker S, et al. Disentangling individual- and population-scale processes within a latitudinal size gradient in sockeye salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2016;73(8):1190-201.

     

  12. Hertz E, Trudel M, El-Sabaawi R, Tucker S, Dower JF, Beacham TD, et al. Hitting the moving target: modelling ontogenetic shifts with stable isotopes reveals the importance of isotopic turnover. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2016;85(3):681-91.

     

  13. Beacham TD, Beamish RJ, Neville CM, Candy JR, Wallace C, Tucker S, et al. Stock-Specific Size and Migration of Juvenile Coho Salmon in British Columbia and Southeast Alaska Waters. Marine and Coastal Fisheries. 2016;8(1):292-314.

     

  14. Hertz E, Trudel M, Tucker S, Beacham TD, Parken C, Mackas D, et al. Influences of ocean conditions and feeding ecology on the survival of juvenile Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). Fisheries Oceanography. 2016;25(4):407-19

     

  15. Tucker S, Thiess ME, Morris JFT, Mackas D, Peterson WT, Candy JR, et al. Coastal Distribution and Consequent Factors Influencing Production of Endangered Snake River Sockeye Salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2015;144(1):107-23.

     

  16. Freshwater C, Trudel M, Beacham TD, Neville CE, Tucker S, Juanes F. Validation of daily increments and a marine-entry check in the otoliths of sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka post-smolts. Journal of Fish Biology. 2015;87(1):169-78.

     

  17. Beacham TD, Beamish RJ, Candy JR, Wallace C, Tucker S, Moss JH, et al. Stock-Specific Migration Pathways of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon in British Columbia Waters and in the Gulf of Alaska. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2014;143(6):1386-403.

     

  18. Beacham TD, Beamish RJ, Candy JR, Wallace C, Tucker S, Moss JH, et al. Stock-Specific Size of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon in British Columbia Waters and the Gulf of Alaska. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2014;143(4):876-88.

     

  19. Miller KM, Teffer A, Tucker S, Li SR, Schulze AD, Trudel M, et al. Infectious disease, shifting climates, and opportunistic predators: cumulative factors potentially impacting wild salmon declines. Evolutionary Applications. 2014;7(7):812-55.

     

  20. Tucker S, Stenson GB, Bowen WD, Iverson SJ. Fueling phocids: Divergent exploitation of primary energy sources and parallel ontogenetic diet switches among three species of subarctic seals. Marine Mammal Science. 2013;29(4):E428-E47.

     

  21. Tucker S, Trudel M, Welch DW, Candy JR, Morris JFT, Thiess ME, et al. Annual coastal migration of juvenile Chinook salmon: static stock-specific patterns in a highly dynamic ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2012;449:245-U84.

     

  22. Tucker S, Trudel M, Welch DW, Candy JR, Morris JFT, Thiess ME, et al. Life History and Seasonal Stock-Specific Ocean Migration of Juvenile Chinook Salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2011;140(4):1101-19.

     

  23. Tucker S, Bowen WD, Iverson SJ, Stenson GB. Intrinsic and extrinsic sources of variation in the diets of harp and hooded seals revealed by fatty acid profiles. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie. 2009;87(2):139-51.

     

  24. Tucker S, Bowen WD, Iverson SJ, Blanchard W, Stenson GB. Sources of variation in diets of harp and hooded seals estimated from quantitative fatty acid signature analysis (QFASA). Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2009;384:287-302.

     

  25. Tucker S, Bowen WD, Iverson SJ. Convergence of diet estimates derived from fatty acids and stable isotopes within individual grey seals. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2008;354:267-76.

     

  26. Tucker S, Bowen WD, Iverson SJ. Dimensions of diet segregation in grey seals Halichoerus grypus revealed through stable isotopes of carbon (delta C-13) and nitrogen (delta N-15). Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2007;339:271-82.

     

  27. Trudel M, Tucker S, Morris JFT, Higgs DA, Welch DW. Indicators of energetic status in juvenile coho salmon and Chinook salmon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 2005;25(1):374-90.

     

  28. Tucker S, Pazzia I, Rowan D, Rasmussen JB. Detecting pan-Atlantic migration in salmon (Salmo salar) using Cs-137. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 1999;56(12):2235-9.

     

  29. Tucker S, Rasmussen JB. Using Cs-137 to measure and compare bioenergetic budgets of juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in the field. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 1999;56(5):875-87.

     

     

    Book chapters

     

    Trudel, M., Tucker, S., Zavolokin, A. and Brodeur, R.D. 2018. Methods for the analysis of diet and food consumption rates of Pacific salmon in the marine environment.  In The ocean ecology of Pacific salmon and trout.   Edited by R. Beamish. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda. MD.

    Refereed publications

     

    Articles published in refereed journals

     

  30. Beacham TD, Araujo HA, Tucker S, Trudel M. Validity of inferring size-selective mortality and a critical size limit in Pacific salmon from scale circulus spacing. Plos One. 2018;13(6).

     

  31. Tucker S, Li SR, Kaukinen KH, Patterson DA, Miller KM. Distinct seasonal infectious agent profiles in life-history variants of juvenile Fraser River Chinook salmon: An application of high-throughput genomic screening. Plos One. 2018;13(4).

     

  32. Hipfner JM, Galbraith M, Tucker S, Studholme KR, Domalik AD, Pearson SF, et al. Two forage fishes as potential conduits for the vertical transfer of microfibres in Northeastern Pacific Ocean food webs. Environmental Pollution. 2018;239:215-22.

     

  33. Nekouei O, Vanderstichel R, Ming TB, Kaukinen KH, Thakur K, Tabata A, et al. Detection and Assessment of the Distribution of Infectious Agents in Juvenile Fraser River Sockeye Salmon, Canada, in 2012 and 2013. Frontiers in Microbiology. 2018;9.

     

  34. Thakur KK, Vanderstichel R, Li S, Laurin E, Tucker S, Neville C, Tabata A, Miller KM. A comparison of infectious agents between hatchery-enhanced and wild out-migrating juvenile chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) from Cowichan River, British Columbia. FACETS. 2018 Jul 5;3(1):695-721.

     

  35. Beacham TD, Neville CM, Tucker S, Trudel M. Is There Evidence for Biologically Significant Size-Selective Mortality of Coho Salmon During the First Winter of Marine Residence? Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2017;146(3):395-407.

     

  36. Freshwater C, Trudel M, Beacham TD, Grant SCH, Johnson SC, Neville CEM, et al. Effects of density during freshwater and early marine rearing on juvenile sockeye salmon size, growth, and migration. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2017;579:97-110.

     

  37. Hertz E, Trudel M, Tucker S, Beacham TD, Mazumder A. Overwinter shifts in the feeding ecology of juvenile Chinook salmon. Ices Journal of Marine Science. 2017;74(1):226-33.

     

  38. Tucker S, Hipfner JM, Trudel M. Size- and condition-dependent predation: a seabird disproportionately targets substandard individual juvenile salmon. Ecology. 2016;97(2):461-71.

     

  39. Freshwater C, Trudel M, Beacham TD, Godbout L, Neville CEM, Tucker S, et al. Divergent migratory behaviours associated with body size and ocean entry phenology in juvenile sockeye salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2016;73(12):1723-32.

     

  40. Freshwater C, Trudel M, Beacham TD, Godbout L, Neville CEM, Tucker S, et al. Disentangling individual- and population-scale processes within a latitudinal size gradient in sockeye salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2016;73(8):1190-201.

     

  41. Hertz E, Trudel M, El-Sabaawi R, Tucker S, Dower JF, Beacham TD, et al. Hitting the moving target: modelling ontogenetic shifts with stable isotopes reveals the importance of isotopic turnover. Journal of Animal Ecology. 2016;85(3):681-91.

     

  42. Beacham TD, Beamish RJ, Neville CM, Candy JR, Wallace C, Tucker S, et al. Stock-Specific Size and Migration of Juvenile Coho Salmon in British Columbia and Southeast Alaska Waters. Marine and Coastal Fisheries. 2016;8(1):292-314.

     

  43. Hertz E, Trudel M, Tucker S, Beacham TD, Parken C, Mackas D, et al. Influences of ocean conditions and feeding ecology on the survival of juvenile Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). Fisheries Oceanography. 2016;25(4):407-19

     

  44. Tucker S, Thiess ME, Morris JFT, Mackas D, Peterson WT, Candy JR, et al. Coastal Distribution and Consequent Factors Influencing Production of Endangered Snake River Sockeye Salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2015;144(1):107-23.

     

  45. Freshwater C, Trudel M, Beacham TD, Neville CE, Tucker S, Juanes F. Validation of daily increments and a marine-entry check in the otoliths of sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka post-smolts. Journal of Fish Biology. 2015;87(1):169-78.

     

  46. Beacham TD, Beamish RJ, Candy JR, Wallace C, Tucker S, Moss JH, et al. Stock-Specific Migration Pathways of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon in British Columbia Waters and in the Gulf of Alaska. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2014;143(6):1386-403.

     

  47. Beacham TD, Beamish RJ, Candy JR, Wallace C, Tucker S, Moss JH, et al. Stock-Specific Size of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon in British Columbia Waters and the Gulf of Alaska. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2014;143(4):876-88.

     

  48. Miller KM, Teffer A, Tucker S, Li SR, Schulze AD, Trudel M, et al. Infectious disease, shifting climates, and opportunistic predators: cumulative factors potentially impacting wild salmon declines. Evolutionary Applications. 2014;7(7):812-55.

     

  49. Tucker S, Stenson GB, Bowen WD, Iverson SJ. Fueling phocids: Divergent exploitation of primary energy sources and parallel ontogenetic diet switches among three species of subarctic seals. Marine Mammal Science. 2013;29(4):E428-E47.

     

  50. Tucker S, Trudel M, Welch DW, Candy JR, Morris JFT, Thiess ME, et al. Annual coastal migration of juvenile Chinook salmon: static stock-specific patterns in a highly dynamic ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2012;449:245-U84.

     

  51. Tucker S, Trudel M, Welch DW, Candy JR, Morris JFT, Thiess ME, et al. Life History and Seasonal Stock-Specific Ocean Migration of Juvenile Chinook Salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2011;140(4):1101-19.

     

  52. Tucker S, Bowen WD, Iverson SJ, Stenson GB. Intrinsic and extrinsic sources of variation in the diets of harp and hooded seals revealed by fatty acid profiles. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie. 2009;87(2):139-51.

     

  53. Tucker S, Bowen WD, Iverson SJ, Blanchard W, Stenson GB. Sources of variation in diets of harp and hooded seals estimated from quantitative fatty acid signature analysis (QFASA). Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2009;384:287-302.

     

  54. Tucker S, Bowen WD, Iverson SJ. Convergence of diet estimates derived from fatty acids and stable isotopes within individual grey seals. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2008;354:267-76.

     

  55. Tucker S, Bowen WD, Iverson SJ. Dimensions of diet segregation in grey seals Halichoerus grypus revealed through stable isotopes of carbon (delta C-13) and nitrogen (delta N-15). Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2007;339:271-82.

     

  56. Trudel M, Tucker S, Morris JFT, Higgs DA, Welch DW. Indicators of energetic status in juvenile coho salmon and Chinook salmon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 2005;25(1):374-90.

     

  57. Tucker S, Pazzia I, Rowan D, Rasmussen JB. Detecting pan-Atlantic migration in salmon (Salmo salar) using Cs-137. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 1999;56(12):2235-9.

     

  58. Tucker S, Rasmussen JB. Using Cs-137 to measure and compare bioenergetic budgets of juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in the field. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 1999;56(5):875-87.

     

     

    Book chapters

     

    Trudel, M., Tucker, S., Zavolokin, A. and Brodeur, R.D. 2018. Methods for the analysis of diet and food consumption rates of Pacific salmon in the marine environment.  In The ocean ecology of Pacific salmon and trout.   Edited by R. Beamish. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda. MD.

Installation de recherche

3190, chemin Hammond Bay
Nanaimo, BC V9T 6N7
Canada

Language

Anglais