Jeff C. Clements
Jeff C. Clements
Fisheries and Oceans Canada - Gulf Fisheries Centre
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Marine animal behaviour in a high CO2 ocean
JC Clements, HL Hunt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 536, 259-279, 2015
Ocean acidification and marine aquaculture in North America: potential impacts and mitigation strategies
JC Clements, T Chopin
Reviews in Aquaculture 9 (4), 326-341, 2017
Predation in the marine fossil record: studies, data, recognition, environmental factors, and behavior
AA Klompmaker, PH Kelley, D Chattopadhyay, JC Clements, JW Huntley, ...
Earth-science reviews 194, 472-520, 2019
Influence of sediment acidification and water flow on sediment acceptance and dispersal of juvenile soft-shell clams (Mya arenaria L.)
JC Clements, HL Hunt
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 453, 62-69, 2014
Elevated seawater temperature, not pCO2, negatively affects post-spawning adult mussels (Mytilus edulis) under food limitation
JC Clements, C Hicks, R Tremblay, LA Comeau
Conservation Physiology 6 (1), cox078, 2018
Eating in an acidifying ocean: a quantitative review of elevated CO2 effects on the feeding rates of calcifying marine invertebrates
JC Clements, ES Darrow
Hydrobiologia 820, 1-21, 2018
Using Facebook to enhance independent student engagement: A case study of first-year undergraduates.
JC Clements
Higher Education Studies 5 (4), 131-146, 2015
Effects of CO2-driven sediment acidification on infaunal marine bivalves: A synthesis
J Clements, H Hunt
Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2017
Meta-analysis reveals an extreme “decline effect” in the impacts of ocean acidification on fish behavior
JC Clements, J Sundin, TD Clark, F Jutfelt
PLoS biology 20 (2), e3001511, 2022
Quantifying professionalism in peer review
TG Gerwing, AM Allen Gerwing, S Avery-Gomm, CY Choi, JC Clements, ...
Research Integrity and Peer Review 5, 1-8, 2020
Elevated temperature has adverse effects on GABA-mediated avoidance behaviour to sediment acidification in a wide-ranging marine bivalve
JC Clements, MM Bishop, HL Hunt
Marine biology 164, 1-11, 2017
Hypoxia aggravates the effects of ocean acidification on the physiological energetics of the blue mussel Mytilus edulis
H Gu, Y Shang, J Clements, S Dupont, T Wang, S Wei, X Wang, J Chen, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 149, 110538, 2019
Porewater acidification alters the burrowing behavior and post-settlement dispersal of juvenile soft-shell clams (Mya arenaria)
HLH Jeff C.Clements, Krystal D. Woodard
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 477, 103-111, 2016
Seawater acidification and temperature modulate anti-predator defenses in two co-existing Mytilus species
H Kong, JC Clements, S Dupont, T Wang, X Huang, Y Shang, W Huang, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 145, 118-125, 2019
Nitrogen removal potential of shellfish aquaculture harvests in eastern Canada: A comparison of culture methods
JC Clements, LA Comeau
Aquaculture reports 13, 100183, 2019
Transgenerational effects of short-term exposure to acidification and hypoxia on early developmental traits of the mussel Mytilus edulis
H Kong, X Jiang, JC Clements, T Wang, X Huang, Y Shang, J Chen, M Hu, ...
Marine Environmental Research 145, 73-80, 2019
CO2-induced low pH in an eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) hatchery positively affects reproductive development and larval survival but negatively affects†…
JC Clements, CE Carver, MA Mallet, LA Comeau, AL Mallet
ICES Journal of Marine Science 78 (1), 349-359, 2021
Open access articles receive more citations in hybrid marine ecology journals
J Clements
FACETS 2, 1-14, 2017
The killer within: Endogenous bacteria accelerate oyster mortality during sustained anoxia
MRS Coffin, JC Clements, LA Comeau, T Guyondet, M Maillet, L Steeves, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 66 (7), 2885-2900, 2021
Animal size and sea water temperature, but not pH, influence a repeatable startle response behaviour in a wide-ranging marine mollusc
JC Clements, K Ramesh, J Nysveen, S Dupont, F Jutfelt
Animal Behaviour 173, 191-205, 2021
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