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Details of Dr. Michael John Tremblay   


Gender male
Job title Research Scientist, Head of Lobster Unit
Department Population Ecology Division, Science Branch
Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Fisheries and Oceans, Nova Scotia P.O. Box 1006
Nova Scotia
B2Y 4A2
Tel 1 [902] 426-3986
Fax 1 [902] 426-1862
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Website http://www.meds-sdmm.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/sdb-bds/profile-profil.do?id=752&lang=eng
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Degree BSc, MSc, PhD
Job type Research , Natural Resource Management
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities Population dynamics of lobsters (Homarus americanus) and crabs (e.g. Chionoecetes opilio, Cancer irroratus, Cancer borealis), in the northwest Atlantic; links with the environment; early life history studies; stock assessment; growth, movement, recruitment
Research Region 102
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Michael TREMBLAY)

Wahle, R. A., C. Bergeron, J. Tremblay, C. Wilson, V. Burdett-Coutts, M. Comeau, R. Rochette, P. Lawton, R. Glenn and M. Gibson. 2013. The geography and bathymetry of American lobster benthic recruitment as measured by diver-based suction sampling and passive collectors. Marine Biology Research 9: 42-58.
Tremblay, M. J., D. S. Pezzack, C. Denton, M. Cassista-Da Ros, S. Smith, A. Reeves, A. Silva and S. Armsworthy. 2012. Assessment of lobster off the coast of eastern Cape Breton and the eastern and south shores of Nova Scotia (LFAs 27-33). DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2012/022.
Tremblay, M. J., D. Pezzack and J. Gaudette. 2012. Development of Reference Points for Inshore Lobster in the Maritimes Region (LFAs 27-38) DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2012/028.
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 66: 2060-2067.
Tremblay, M. J., G. A. P. Black and R. M. Branton. 2007. The distribution of common decapod crustaceans and other invertebrates recorded in annual ecosystem surveys of the Scotian Shelf 1999-2006. Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2762: iii + 74.
Tremblay, J., C. MacDonald, B. Petrie and R. Claytor (2007). Bottom temperature monitoring in the coastal zone: A cooperative effort of Lobster fishermen, FSRS and DFO. Atlantic Zone Monitoring Program Bulletin. AZMP Bulletin PMZA 6:56-60. 6: 56-60.
Tremblay, M. J., K. Paul and P. Lawton. 2005. Lobsters and other invertebrates in relation to bottom habitat in the Bras d?Or Lakes: Application of video and SCUBA transects. Can. Tech. Rept. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2645: iv + 47.
Tremblay, M. J., S. J. Smith, D. A. Robichaud and P. Lawton. 2006. The catchability of large American lobsters (Homarus americanus) from diving and trapping studies off Grand Manan Island, Canadian Maritimes. Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 63(9): 1925-1933.
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 52(8): 1321-1331
Drinkwater, K. F., M. J. Tremblay and M. Comeau. 2006. The influence of wind and temperature on the catch rate of the American lobster (Homarus americanus) during spring fisheries off eastern Canada. Fisheries Oceanography 15(2): 150-165.
Smith, S. J. and M. J. Tremblay. 2003. Fishery-independent trap surveys of lobsters (Homarus americanus): design considerations. Fisheries Research 62(1): 65-75.

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1998-03-05 Last Updated: 2015-05-22 by Michael TREMBLAY