William C. Leggett CM PhD DSc FRSC
William C. Leggett CM PhD DSc FRSC
Professor Emeritus Dept. of Biology Queen's University
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Trophic cascades in a formerly cod-dominated ecosystem
KT Frank, B Petrie, JS Choi, WC Leggett
Science 308 (5728), 1621-1623, 2005
13722005
Recruitment in marine fishes: is it regulated by starvation and predation in the egg and larval stages?
WC Leggett, E Deblois
Netherlands Journal of Sea Research 32 (2), 119-134, 1994
8231994
Latitudinal variation in reproductive characteristics of American shad (Alosa sapidissima): evidence for population specific life history strategies in fish
WC Leggett, JE Carscadden
Journal of the Fisheries Board of Canada 35 (11), 1469-1478, 1978
4521978
Empirical prediction of fish biomass and yield
JM Hanson, WC Leggett
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 39 (2), 257-263, 1982
4091982
An appraisal of condition measures for marine fish larvae
A Ferron, WC Leggett
Advances in marine biology 30, 217-303, 1994
3881994
Size and Age at Metamorphosis in Marine Fishes: An Analysis of Laboratory-Reared Winter Flounder (Pseudopleutonectes americanus) with a Review of Variation …
RC Chambers, WC Leggett
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 44 (11), 1936-1947, 1987
3531987
Evidence for a dome‐shaped relationship between turbulence and larval fish ingestion rates
BR MacKenzie, TJ Miller, S Cyr, WC Leggett
Limnology and Oceanography 39 (8), 1790-1799, 1994
3501994
Maternal influences on variation in egg sizes in temperate marine fishes
RC Chambers, WC Leggett
American zoologist 36 (2), 180-196, 1996
3301996
Age and size-selective predation on larval fishes: the bigger-is-better hypothesis revisited.
MK Litvak, WC Leggett
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 81 (1), 13-24, 1992
3291992
The importance of scale to predator‐prey spatial correlations: An example of Atlantic fishes
GA Rose, WC Leggett
Ecology 71 (1), 33-43, 1990
3211990
The importance of activity in bioenergetics models applied to actively foraging fishes
D Boisclair, WC Leggett
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 46 (11), 1859-1867, 1989
2831989
Transient dynamics of an altered large marine ecosystem
KT Frank, B Petrie, JAD Fisher, WC Leggett
Nature 477 (7362), 86-89, 2011
2642011
Evidence of an adaptive basis for geographic variation in body morphology and time of downstream migration of juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
BE Riddell, WC Leggett
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 38 (3), 308-320, 1981
2481981
The ecology of fish migrations
WC Leggett
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 8 (1), 285-308, 1977
2311977
Quantifying the contribution of small-scale turbulence to the encounter rates between larval fish and their zooplankton prey: effects of wind and tide
BR MacKenzie, WC Leggett
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 73 (2), 149-160, 1991
2191991
Vertical migrations and transport of larval fish in a partially mixed estuary
L Fortier, WC Leggett
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 40 (10), 1543-1555, 1983
2191983
Ecosystem changes and the effects on capelin (Mallotus villosus), a major forage species
JE Carscadden, KT Frank, WC Leggett
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (1), 73-85, 2001
2182001
Maternal and environmental gradients in the egg size of an iteroparous fish
TA Johnston, WC Leggett
Ecology 83 (7), 1777-1791, 2002
2132002
Decline in top predator body size and changing climate alter trophic structure in an oceanic ecosystem
NL Shackell, KT Frank, JAD Fisher, B Petrie, WC Leggett
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1686), 1353-1360, 2010
1912010
Egg size, female effects, and the correlations between early life history traits of capelin, Mallotus villosus: an appraisal at the individual level.
RC Chambers, WC Leggett, JA Brown
Fishery Bulletin 87 (3), 515-523, 1989
1841989
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