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James Grant, PhD

Professor, Biology

James Grant, PhD
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 3421

Teaching activities

Biodiversity and Ecology

Selected publications

Roy, M.L., A.G. Roy, J.W.A. Grant, and N.E. Bergeron. 2013. Individual variability in the movement behaviour of juvenile Atlantic salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70: 339-347.

Toobaie, A. and J.W.A. Grant. 2013. Effect of food abundance on aggressiveness and territory size of juvenile rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. Animal Behaviour 85: 241-246.

Wood, J.L.A., J.W.A. Grant, and M.H. Belanger. 2012. Population density and territory size in juvenile rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss: implications for population regulation. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69: 1121-1128.

Noonan, M.J., J.W.A. Grant, and C.D. Jackson. 2012. A quantitative assessment of fish passage efficiency. Fish and Fisheries 13: 450-464.

Kim, J.-W., J.W.A. Grant, and G.E. Brown. 2011. Do juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo�salar) use chemosensory cues to detect and avoid risky habitats in the wild? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 68: 655-662.

Weir, L.K., J.W.A. Grant, and J.A. Hutchings. 2011. The influence of operational sex ratio on the intensity of competition for mates. The American Naturalist 177: 167-176.

Steingrímsson, S.Ó. and J.W.A. Grant. 2011. Determinants of multiple central-place territory use in wild young-of-the-year Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65: 275-286.

Clark, L. and J.W.A. Grant. 2010. Intrasexual competition and courtship in female and male Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes): effects of operational sex ratio and density. Animal Behaviour 80: 707-712.

Weir, L.K. and J.W.A. Grant. 2010. Courtship rates signal fertility in an externally fertilizing �� fish. Biology Letters 6: 727-731.

Whiteway, S.L., P.M. Biron, A. Zimmerman, O. Venter, and J.W.A. Grant. 2010. Do instream restoration structures enhance salmonids abundance? A meta-analysis. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 67: 831-841.

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