Talks

 

11. Whitney, C.K. and N. Bennett. Adaptive capacity: From assessment to action in marine social-ecological systems. SSHRC OceanCanada Partnership National Workshop, May 24, 2016. Vancouver BC. (presentation)

10. Whitney, C.K. and N. Bennett. Adaptive capacity: From assessment to action in marine social-ecological systems. SSHRC OceanCanada Partnership National Workshop, May 24, 2016. Vancouver BC. (poster) (best poster award)

9. Whitney, C.K. and N. Bennett. Adaptive capacity: From assessment to action in social-ecological systems. Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, April 13, 2016. Vancouver BC. (presentation)

8. Whitney, C.K., S.G. Hinch, and D.A. Patterson. Provenance Matters: Early development thermal reaction norms among populations of sockeye salmon. Conference Presentation, World Fisheries Congress. May 7-11, 2012. Edinburgh, Scotland.

7. Whitney, C.K., D.A. Patterson, and S.G. Hinch. Early development thermal reaction norms among populations of sockeye salmon. Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference, March 3-5, 2012. Bamfield, BC, Canada

6. Whitney, C.K. Thermal tolerance in juvenile sockeye salmon: Implications for warming river temperatures in British Columbia. UBC Faculty of Forestry Seminar Series (invited speaker).

5. Whitney, C.K., D.A. Patterson, J.M. Burt, and S.G. Hinch. Early development thermal reaction norms among populations of sockeye salmon. 141st Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. 4-8 September 2011. Seattle, WA, USA.

4. Patterson, D.A., S.G. Hinch, J.M. Burt, C.K. Whitney, E.G. Martins, M. Hague, A.P. Farrell. From individual-based research on linking maternal experience to maternal condition to offspring performance/fitness to implications for cross-generational population dynamics Invited speaker to symposium on ‘Climate Change and Pacific Salmon’.141st Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. 4-8 September 2011, Seattle, WA.

3. Whitney, C.K., and S.G. Hinch. Fry’n Eggs: Elevated temperature effects across sockeye salmon populations. Pacific Ecology and Evolution Conference, March 3-5, 2011. Bamfield, BC, Canada

2. Jeffries, K.M., S. G. Hinch, E. G. Martins, S. M. Drenner, C. K. Whitney, and K. M. Miller. The effects of elevated water temperature on adult pink salmon survival and blood physiology. American Fisheries Society, Pacific Division Pink and Chum Workshop 2010, Nanaimo, BC.

1. Hanson, L., E. Eliason, C. Whitney, M. Gale, S. Hinch, & A. Farrell. The role of adrenaline handling in high temperature tolerance of migrating adult sockeye salmon populations. 49th Annual Canadian Society of Zoologists Meeting May 17-21 2010, Vancouver BC Canada.

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