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Current and Recent Members of the Reimchen Lab

 
Dr. David Marques, Post-doctoral Fellow (2016-2017)

       Genomics of Haida Gwaii stickleback     
https://davidalexandermarques.com/

Ben  McGrath, Directed Study  (2017)

False annuli in a giant stickleback.



Kim Tenhunen,  Directed Study, Laboratory assistant (2015-17)

      Histology and 3-D internal structure of stickleback spines
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Previous lab members

Olga Mosca,  Honours (2015-16)

        Intrapopulation  trends in SNPs, morphology and isotopes in a spine polymorphism
          of stickleback
 

Alexander Hoffman, Honours (2015-16)

        Auditory laterality in canids

 
Debra Wertman, Honours student (2015-16)

         Ultrastructure of defense armour in threespine stickleback

Quinn  Blowen,  Directed Study
(2015-16)

           Recent temporal trends in morphology of the Queen Charlotte Island Unarmoured
        stickleback

Jennifer Lowe, USRA,  Directed Study
(2015-16)

      Trophic niche differentiation in new colonists
   

Kieran Cox,  Directed Study (2014-15) 

        Temperature preference experiments of vertebral phenotypes in Gasterosteus




Caroline Fox, Ph.D.  (2010-2014)

Marine-terrestrial nutrient linkages for Pacific Herring


Bryce Jones, Directed Study
(2015-16)

          Pelvic spine growth annuli in stickleback with extended longevity





Jeff MacAdams, Directed Study

       Sex and population differences in procurrent ray asymmetries of the caudal fin in Gasterosteus

                 
Mark Hansen, Directed studies student

Approach behaviour of off-leash dogs to a realistic canid model with ear cropping (video clip)


Dawn Steeves, Honours student (2012)

Stable isotope signatures and sexual dimorphism in stickleback

   
Torrance J. Oravec,  Honours student(2012)

Taphonomic and evolutionary implications of a life and death assemblage in threespine stickleback


Samuel T. Foster,  Honours  student(2012)

Monitoring an Ecological Reserve for temporal change in seasonal avian community structure

Dr. Bruce Deagle,  Post-doctoral Fellow (2009-2011)

Genetic structure and history of Haida Gwaii stickleback populations 

using genome-wide SNP data



 Steven Leaver, M.Sc. (2010)

Tail length in dogs: application of robotic models for behavioural analyses

Abrupt changes in morphology of the Giant threespine stickleback following colonization to a vacant habitat







Steve McGehee,  PhD Student (co-supervision with B. Glickman, 2010-2011)

Dendrochronology and stable isotopes in seabird colonies


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Samantha Gambling,  Honours Student (2011)

Extended longevity in endemic populations of  Gasterosteus

  Lisa Dumoulin,  Summer NSERC (2009)

  Responses of canids to asymmetric tail wagging in a robotic canid

   Kyle Artelle,  Summer NSERC (2008),   Laterality in canids

 

 

 Chris Darimont, Ph.D. 2006

Seasonal marine nutrient subsidies to terrestrial predator-prey systems 

on the B.C. central coast (summary)     http://people.geog.uvic.ca/Darimont     darimont@uvic.ca

 

 

Mark Spoljaric, M.Sc. 2006

Body shape ecology and geometric morphometrics of threespine stickleback from Haida Gwaii

 

 

Katie Christie, M.Sc. 2005

Associations between song birds and spawning salmon on the BC central coast

 

 

Morgan Hocking, Ph.D.  (2006)

Ecosystem interdependence as exemplified by salmon nutrient subsidies to terrestrial

invertebrate food webs 

 

 

Dan Klinka, M.Sc. (2004)

Diurnal and nocturnal foraging of black and white (Kermode) bears from BC central coast

 

 

Nicola Temple, M.Sc. (2003)

Hydrodynamic and sensory function of the adipose fin in salmonids

 

 

 

Carolyn Bergstrom, Ph.D. 2002 and Post-doctoral Fellow 2008

 Geographical variation of defense asymmetry in stickleback on Haida Gwaii.

 

 

Patrik Nosil, Directed Studies Student

Tarsal asymmetry, nutritional condition and survival in water boatmen

Adaptive radiation of insular populations of Gasterosteus from BC

 

 

Travis Ingram, Honours Student (2004)

Individual niche and stable isotope analyses of armour phenotypes in Gasterosteus

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Chad Wilkinson, Honours Student (2002)

Bryophytes of the Salmon Forest

 

 

Brad Gemmel, Directed Studies Student, 2006

Correlations between coral species and fish species diversity

 

 

Other Collaboration

     

 Dr. John Taylor, Univ. Victoria

Opsin variation in Neanderthal and Gasterosteus


     

 

Dr.  Inigo Novales Flamarique, SFU

Visual processes in dystrophic stickleback

 

Dr. John Nelson,  Univ. Victoria

Microsatellite analyses of Sitka Deer colonization in Gwaii Haanas, BC



Dr. Johnny Buckland-Nicks, Dept Biology, St Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia

a) Atypical dinoflagellate associations in Gasterosteus  b) Neuroanatomy of the adipose fin in salmonids

 

Dr. G. E. E. Moodie, Univ. Winnipeg, Manitoba

Stable isotope analyses of trophic niche among symmetric and asymmetric pectoral fin phenotypes in Culaea


 

Dr. David Kingsley, Stanford Genome Evolution Center, Stanford University, CA

Genetic architecture of  Gasterosteus from Haida Gwaii



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Dr. Barry Glickman,  Univ. Victoria 

  Dendrochronology and stable isotopes in seabird colonies