Jamie C Tam
Jamie C Tam
Bedford Institute of Oceanography
Verified email at dfo-mpo.gc.ca
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Towards ecosystem-based management: identifying operational food-web indicators for marine ecosystems
JC Tam, JS Link, AG Rossberg, SI Rogers, PS Levin, MJ Rochet, A Bundy, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (7), 2040-2052, 2017
Do women’s preferences for men’s facial hair change with reproductive status?
BJ Dixson, JC Tam, M Awasthy
Behavioral Ecology 24 (3), 708-716, 2013
Defining ecosystem thresholds for human activities and environmental pressures in the California Current
JF Samhouri, KS Andrews, G Fay, CJ Harvey, EL Hazen, SM Hennessey, ...
Ecosphere 8 (6), e01860, 2017
Operationalizing integrated ecosystem assessments within a multidisciplinary team: lessons learned from a worked example
GS DePiper, SK Gaichas, SM Lucey, P Pinto da Silva, MR Anderson, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 74 (8), 2076-2086, 2017
Mussel and dogwhelk distribution along the north‐west Atlantic coast: testing predictions derived from the abundant‐centre model
JC Tam, RA Scrosati
Journal of Biogeography 38 (8), 1536-1545, 2011
Distribution of cryptic mussel species (Mytilus edulis and M. trossulus) along wave exposure gradients on northwest Atlantic rocky shores
JC Tam, RA Scrosati
Marine Biology Research 10 (1), 51-60, 2014
Lobsters as keystone: Only in unfished ecosystems?
TD Eddy, TJ Pitcher, AB MacDiarmid, TT Byfield, JC Tam, TT Jones, ...
Ecological Modelling 275, 48-72, 2014
Comparing apples to oranges: common trends and thresholds in anthropogenic and environmental pressures across multiple marine ecosystems
JC Tam, JS Link, SI Large, K Andrews, KD Friedland, J Gove, E Hazen, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 282, 2017
Regional decoupling between NW Atlantic barnacle recruit and adult density is related to changes in pelagic food supply and benthic disturbance
SWB Cole, RA Scrosati, JC Tam, AV Sussmann
Journal of Sea Research 65 (1), 33-37, 2011
Better together: the uses of ecological and socio-economic indicators with end-to-end models in marine ecosystem based management
JC Tam, G Fay, JS Link
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 560, 2019
Governing offshore fish aggregating devices in the Eastern Caribbean: Exploring trade-offs using a qualitative network model
J Pittman, JC Tam, G Epstein, C Chan, D Armitage
Ambio 49 (12), 2038-2051, 2020
A trans‐Atlantic examination of haddock Melanogrammus aeglefinus food habits
JC Tam, JS Link, SI Large, B Bogstad, A Bundy, AM Cook, GE Dingsør, ...
Journal of fish biology 88 (6), 2203-2218, 2016
Intertidal community differences between the Cook Strait and Wellington Harbour
JC Tam
Victoria University of Wellington, 2012
The quilt of sustainable ocean governance: Patterns for practitioners
RL Stephenson, AJ Hobday, EH Allison, D Armitage, K Brooks, A Bundy, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 120, 2021
Changing physical conditions and lower and upper trophic level responses on the US Northeast Shelf
KD Friedland, RE Morse, N Shackell, JC Tam, JL Morano, JR Moisan, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 763, 2020
Mass-balance Models of the Newfoundland and Labrador Shelf Ecosystem for 1985-1987 and 2013-2015
JC Tam, A Bundy
Fisheries and Oceans Canada= Pêches et Océans Canada, 2019
Local Distribution of the Rare Plant Triosteum aurantiacum Subsp. aurantiacum in Northeastern Nova Scotia, Canada
BR Taylor, JC Tam
Rhodora 114 (960), 366-382, 2012
Future Oceans Under Multiple Stressors: From Global Change to Anthropogenic Impact
E Olsen, IC Kaplan, CH Eide, EA Fulton, MJ Fogarty, JC Tam, SA Otto
Frontiers Media SA, 2020
Workshop Series in Maritimes Region, November-December, 2019
C Gomez, J Sameoto, F Keyser, P Regular, L Beazley, C Layton, ...
Integrating Conceptual and Qualitative Models in Integrated Ecosystem Assessments–a Case Study in the Northeast United States Large Marine Ecosystem
RJ Gamble, J Tam, G DePiper, SK Gaichas, SM Lucey, PM Clay, G Fay, ...
American Fisheries Society & The Wildlife Society 2019 Joint Annual Conference, 2019
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