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Nyboer E.A., Chrétien E. and L.J. Chapman. 2020. Divergence in aerobic scope and thermal tolerance of an introduced piscivore is related to local thermal regime. Journal of Fish Biology. 97(1): 231-245. doi: 10.1111/jfb.14355 [4]

Hasler C. T., Raby G. D., Chrétien E., Stockwell M., Cooke S. J., Rechisky E., Welch D. W., Sopinka N. M. and N. E. Mandrak. 2019. Reflexions on the Legends of Canadian Fisheries Science and Management. Fisheries. 44(11):534-538. doi:10.1002/fsh.10290 [3]

Chrétien E. and L. J. Chapman. 2016. Tropical fish in a warming world: thermal tolerance of Nile perch Lates niloticus (L.) in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Conservation Physiology. 4(1): cow062. doi: 10.1093/conphys/cow062. [2]

Chrétien E. and L. J. Chapman. 2016. Habitat heterogeneity facilitates coexistence of native fishes with an introduced predator: the resilience of a fish community 50 years after the introduction of Nile perch. Biological Invasions. 18(12): 3449-3464. doi:10.1007/s10530-016-1235-x. [1]. SharedIt link (for a free, view-only version):