Peer-reviewed journal publications
Whitney, C., Bennett, N.J., Ban, N.C., Allison E.H., Armitage, D.R., Blythe, J., Burt, J.M., Cheung, W., Finkbeiner, E.M., Kaplan-Hallam, M., Perry, I., Yumagulova, L. 2016. Adaptive capacity: From assessment to action in coastal social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society. Submitted.
Burt, J.M., M.R. Donaldson, K.A. Hruska, S.G. Hinch, and J.S. Richardson (2012) Interactive field site visits can help students translate scientific studies into contextual understanding. Fisheries 37: 315-319.
Burt, J.M., S.G. Hinch, and D.A. Patterson (2012) Parental identity influences progeny responses to incubation thermal stress in sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Journal of Fish Biology 80: 444-462.
Burt, J.M., S.G. Hinch, and D.A. Patterson (2012) Developmental temperature stress and parental identity shape offspring burst swimming performance in sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 176-188.
Jeffries K.M., S.G. Hinch, M.R. Donaldson, M.K. Gale, J.M. Burt, L.A. Thompson, A.P. Farrell, D.A. Patterson, and K.M. Miller (2011) Temporal changes in blood variables during final maturation and senescence in male sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka: reduced osmoregulatory ability can predict mortality. Journal of Fish Biology 79: 449-465
Burt, J.M., S.G. Hinch, and D.A. Patterson (2011) The importance of parentage in assessing temperature effects on fish early life history: a review of the experimental literature. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 21: 377-406
Burt, J.M., E. Halttunen, and M.K. Gale (2011) Student reflections on the international symposium on salmonid population ecology in Luarca. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 20: 495-496 (Collaborative opinion article for special conference volume)
Peer Reviewed Science Reports
Burt, J.M., Akins, P., Lathem, E. Beck, M., Salomon, A.K., Ban, N.C. 2014. Marine protected area network design features that support resilient human-ocean systems – Applications for British Columbia, Canada. Simon Fraser University. British Columbia, Canada. 159 pp. Available on-line.
Berryman, N., J. Burt, J. Fortier, E. Lotter, B. Mackay, C. Paquin, A. Quock, M. Stock, T. Teitelbaum, and C. Wellen (2004) Aa-Wiishaautuwiihkw: Creating a Culturally Appropriate Protected Area in Paakumshumwaau, James Bay, Quebec. Available on-line.
Burt, J.M., Foster, S., Day, A. 2014. Howe Sound Aquatic Forum: Summary of the day. Furry Creek, British Columbia. Available on-line.
Rao, A. Burt, J.M., Bodtker, K. 2015. Howe Sound Science and Knowledge Workshop: Summary Report. Vancouver, British Columbia. Available on-line.
Select Conference Presentations
Over 18 presentations, across 3 countries, 5 states/provinces, 12 different cities. These are my best.
2016 Marine protected area network design features that support resilient human-ocean systems – Applications for British Columbia, Canada. *Best Student Presentation Finalist. 4th International Marine Conservation Congress. St. John’s, NL.
2016 Sea urchin abundance, size, and behaviour drive rates of kelp consumption in temperate rocky reefs. *Best 3min Presentation – Innovation Award. Inter-departmental Ecology of Aquatic Systems Symposium. Simon Fraser University, BC. See video here.
2015 Sea urchin abundance and predator-avoidance behaviour regulate kelp consumption in high latitude temperate reefs. * Runner-up, Best Student Presentation. Western Society of Naturalists. Sacramento, CA.
2015 Watch and learn: Fun and effective applications to communicating science through video (American Fisheries Society AGM – Communicating Science Symposium Speaker. Richmond, BC.
2015 Field grazing trials elucidate mechanisms responsible for deforestation of kelps by urchins. Western Society of Naturalists. Tacoma, WA.
2014 Patterns and Processes: Understanding multi-scale dynamics in high latitude kelp forests.*Best Student Poster. Western Society of Naturalists. Oxnard, California.
2013 Marine protected area network design features that support resilient human-ocean systems. Inter-departmental Ecology of Aquatic Systems Symposium. Simon Fraser University, BC.
2010 Family Matters: parental and temperature influences on the early life survival, morphology and burst swim performance of sockeye salmon. International Symposium: Advances in the Population Ecology of Stream Salmonids. Luarca, Spain.