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In press

Schneider, E.V.C., Hasler, C.T., and C.D. Suski. In Press. Swimming performance of a freshwater fish during exposure to high carbon dioxide, Environmental Science and Pollution Research. Accepted November 23, 2018.

Tucker, E.K., Suski, C.D., Philipp, M.A., Jeffrey, J.D. and C.T. Hasler. In press. Glucocorticoid and behavioral variation in relation to carbon dioxide avoidance across two experiments in freshwater teleost fishes. Biological Invasions. Accepted September 3, 2018.

Hasler, C.T., Woodley, C., Schneider, E.V.C., Hixson, B.K., Fowler, C.J., Midway, S.R., Suski, C.D., and D. Smith. In Press. Avoidance of carbon dioxide in flowing water by bighead carp. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. Accepted July 13, 2018.

Robertson, M.D., Hernandez, M.F., Midway, S.R., Hasler, C.T., and C. D. Suski. In Press. Shelter seeking behavior of crayfish, Procambarus clarkii, in elevated carbon dioxide. Aquatic Ecology. Accepted June 13, 2018.

Jeffrey, J.D., Hannan, K.D., Hasler, C.T., and C.D. Suski. In Press. Hot and bothered: The effects of elevated pCO2 and temperature on juvenile freshwater mussels. American Journal of Physiology–– Regulatory, Integrative, and Comparative Physiology, Accepted March 2018.


49) Schneider, E.V.C., Hasler, C.T.*, and C.D. Suski. 2018. Fish behavior in elevated CO2: implications for a movement barrier in flowing water. Biological Invasions 20: 1899–1911.[PDF]

48) Jeffrey, J.D., Hannan, K.D., Hasler, C.T., and C.D. Suski. 2018. Chronic exposure of a freshwater mussel to elevated pCO2: Effects on the control of biomineralization and ion-regulatory responses. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 37: 538–550.[PDF]

47) Hasler, C.T., Jeffrey, J.D., Schneider, E.V.C., Hannan, K.D., Tix, J.A., and C.D. Suski. 2018. Biological consequences of weak acidification caused by elevated carbon dioxide in freshwater ecosystems. Hydrobiologia 806: 1–12. [PDF]


46) Midway, S.R., Hasler, C.T., Wagner, T., and C.D. Suski. 2017. Predation of freshwater fish in elevated carbon dioxide environments. Marine and Freshwater Research 68:1585–1592.

45) Hasler, C.T., Boyoucous, I.A., and C.D. Suski. In press. Repeatability and metabolic predictors of tolerance to hypercarbia in a freshwater fish. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 90:583–587.[PDF]

44) Hasler, C.T., Hannan, K.D., Jeffrey, J.D., and C.D. Suski. In press. Valve gaping behaviour of three species of freshwater mussels exposed to elevated carbon dioxide. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24:15567–15575. [PDF]

43) Louison, M., Hasler, C.T.*, Raby, G.D., Suski, C.D., and J. Stein. In press. Chill out: Physiological responses to winter ice-angling in two temperate freshwater fishes. Conservation Physiology 5:cox027. [PDF]

42) Buley, R.P., Hasler, C.T.*, Tix, J.A., Suski, C.D., and T.D. Hubert. 2017. Can ozone be used to control the spread of Aquatic Invasive Species? Management of Biological Invasions 8:13–24. [PDF]

41) Tix, J.A., Hasler, C.T.*, Sullivan, C., Jeffrey, J.D., and C.D. Suski. 2017. The effects of exposure to elevated carbon dioxide on behaviour in bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus). Journal of Fish Biology 90:751–772. [PDF]

40) Tix, J.A., Hasler, C.T.*, Sullivan, C., Jeffrey, J.D., and C.D. Suski. 2017. Effects of elevated carbon dioxide on alarm cue responses in freshwater fishes. Aquatic Ecology 51:59–72. [PDF]

39) Louison, M., Hasler, C.T.*, Fenskie, M., Suski, C.D., and J. Stein. 2017. Physiological effects of ice-angling capture and handling on northern pike (Esox Lucius L.). Fisheries Management and Ecology 24:10–18.[PDF]

38) Jeffrey, J.D., Hannan, K.D., Hasler, C.T., and C.D. Suski. 2017. Responses to elevated CO2 exposure in a freshwater mussel, Fusconaia flava. Journal of Comparative Physiology–B 187: 87–101. [PDF]


37) Hannan, K.D., Jeffrey, J.D., Hasler, C.T.*, and C.D. Suski. 2016. The physiological responses of three species of unionid mussels to intermittent exposure to elevated carbon dioxide. Conservation Physiology 4:cow066. [PDF]

36) Hannan, K.D., Jeffrey, J.D., Hasler, C.T.*, and C.D. Suski. 2016. The response of two species of unionid mussels to extended exposure to elevated levels of carbon dioxide. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology – A 201:173–181. [PDF]

35) Hasler, C.T., Midway, S.R., Jeffrey, J.D., Tix, J.A., Sullivan, C., and C.D. Suski. 2016. Exposure to elevated pCO2 alters post-treatment diel movement patterns of largemouth bass over short time-scales. Freshwater Biology 61:1590–1600. [PDF]

34) Hannan, K.D., Jeffrey, J.D., Hasler, C.T.*, and C.D. Suski. 2016. Physiological effects of short- and long-term exposure to elevated carbon dioxide on a freshwater mussel, Fusconaia flava. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73:1538–1546. [PDF]

33) Hasler, C.T., Butman, D., Jeffrey, J.D., and C.D. Suski. 2016. Freshwater biota and rising pCO2? Ecology Letters 19:98–108. [PDF]


32) Sullivan, C., Hasler, C.T., and C.D. Suski. 2015. Do livewell temperatures differ from ambient water during black bass tournaments? North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35:1064–1069. [PDF]

31) Hasler, C.T., Robinson, K., Stow, N. and S.R. Taylor. 2015. Population size and spatial ecology of Blanding’s turtle (Emydoidea blandingii) in South March Highlands, Ottawa, Canada. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93:509–514. [PDF]

30) Jeffrey, J.D., Hasler, C.T., Chapman, J.M., Cooke, S.J., and C.D. Suski. 2015. Linking landscape-scale disturbances to stress and condition of fish: Implications for restoration and conservation. Integrative and Comparative Biology 55:618–630. [PDF]


29) Taylor, S.R., Stow, N., Hasler, C.T., and K. Robinson. 2014. Lessons learned: Terry Fox Drive wildlife guide system intended to reduce road kills and aid the conservation of Blanding’s turtle (Emydoidea blandingii). 2014 Conference Proceedings of the Transportation Association of Canada. 01553418. [PDF]

28) Hasler, C.T., Guimond, E., Mossop, B., Hinch, S.G., and S.J. Cooke. 2014. Effectiveness of pulse flows in a regulated river for inducing upstream movement of an imperiled stock of Chinook salmon. Aquatic Science 76: 231-241. [PDF]

27) Taylor, M.K., Hasler, C.T., Hinch, S.G., Lewis, B., Schmidt, D.C., and S.J. Cooke. 2014. Reach-scale movements of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) relative to hydropeaking operations in the Columbia River, Canada. Ecohydrology 7: 1079-1086. [PDF]

26) Taylor, M.K., Hasler, C.T., Findlay CS, Lewis, B., Schmidt D.C., Hinch S.G., and S.J. Cooke. 2014. Hydrologic correlates of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) swimming activity in a hydropeaking river. River Research and Applications 30: 756-765. [PDF]


25) Hatry, C., Binder, T.R., Thiem, J.D., Hasler, C.T.*, Smokorowski, K.E., Clarke, K.D., Katopodis, C., and S.J. Cooke. 2013. The status of fishways in Canada: Trends identified using the national CanFishPass database. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 23: 271-281. [PDF]

24) Colotelo, A.H., Raby, G.D., Hasler, C.T., Haxton, T.J., Smokorowski, K.E., Blouin-Demers, G. and S.J. Cooke. 2013. Northern pike bycatch in an inland commercial hoop net fishery: effects of water temperature and net tending frequency on injury, physiology, and survival. Fisheries Research 137:41-49. [PDF]


23) Hasler, C.T., Mossop, B. , Patterson, D.A., Hinch, S.G. and S.J. Cooke. 2012. Swimming activity of migrating Chinook salmon in a regulated river. Aquatic Biology 17:47-56. [PDF]

22) Taylor, M.K., Cook, K.V., Hasler, C.T., Schmidt, D.C., and S.J. Cooke. 2012. Behavioural and physiological responses of free-swimming mountain whitefish Prosopium williamsoni relative to short-term changes in river flow. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21:609-616. [PDF]

21) Nagrodski, A., Raby, G.D, Hasler, C.T., Taylor, M.K., and S.J. Cooke, S.J. 2012. Fish Stranding in freshwater systems: sources, consequences, and mitigation. Journal of Environmental Management 103: 133-141. [PDF]

20) Nielsen, J.K., Niezgoda, G.H., Taggart, S.J., Cooke, S.J., Anson, P., Hasler, C.T., Hanson, K.C., and G. Carl. 2012. Mobile positioning of tagged aquatic animals using a synthetic hydrophone array (SYNAPS: Synthetic Aperture Positioning System). American Fisheries Society Special Symposium 76: 233-250. [PDF]

19) Hasler, C.T., Cooke, S.J., Hinch, S.G., Guimond E., Donaldson, M.R., Mossop, B., and D. A. Patterson. 2012. Thermal biology and bioenergetics of different upriver migration strategies in a stock of summer-run Chinook salmon. Journal of Thermal Biology (special issue on behavioural thermoregulation and telemetry) 37: 265-272. [PDF]


18) Hasler, C.T., Colotelo, A.H., Rapp, T., Jamieson, E., Bellehumeur, K., Arlinghaus, R., and S.J. Cooke. 2011. Opinions of fish researchers, managers, and anglers towards recreational fishing issues: a comparative exploratory analysis for North America. 5th World Recreational Fishing Conference, American Fisheries Society, Special Symposium 75: 51-74. [PDF]

17) Hasler, C.T., Christie, G.C., Imhof, J., Power, M., and S.J. Cooke. 2011. A network approach to addressing strategic fisheries, aquaculture, and aquatic sciences issues at a national scale: an introduction to a series of case studies from Canada. Fisheries 36:450-453. [PDF]

16) Hatry C., Binder, T., Hasler, C.T.*, Clarke K., Smokarowski, K., Katopodis, C., and S.J. Cooke. 2011.Development of a national fish passage database for Canada (CanFishPass): rationale, approach, utility, and potential applicability to other regions. Canadian Water Resources Journal 36:219-228. [PDF]

15) Hasler, C.T., Donaldson, M.R., Sunder, R.P.B., Guimond, E., Patterson, D.A., Mossop, B., Hinch, S.G. and S.J. Cooke.2011. Osmoregulatory, metabolic and nutritional condition of summer-run male Chinook salmon in relation to their fate and migratory behavior in a regulated river. Endangered Species Research 14: 79-89. [PDF]


14) O’Connor, C.M., Gilmour, K.M., Arlinghaus, R., Hasler, C.T., Philipp, D.P., S.J. Cooke. 2010. Seasonal carryover effects of an experimental stressor in a wild teleost fish. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 83: 950-957. [PDF]

13) Gillis, N.C., Rapp, T., Hasler, C.T., Wachelka, H., and S.J. Cooke. 2010. Spatial ecology of adult muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) in the urban Ottawa reach of the historic Rideau Canal, Canada. Aquatic Living Resources 23: 225-230. [PDF]

12) Hanson, K.C., Hasler, C.T., Donaldson, M.R., and S.J. Cooke. 2010. Stability of swimming performance and activity hierarchies among wild largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) at multiple temporal scales. Canadian Journal of Zoology 88: 324-333. [PDF]

11) Donaldson, M.R., Hasler, C.T., Hanson, K.C., Clarke, T.D., S.G. Hinch, and S.J. Cooke. 2010. Injecting youth into peer-review to increase its sustainability: a case study of ecology journals. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution 3: 1-7. [PDF]


10) Hasler, C.T., Pon, L.B., Roscoe, D.W., Mossop, B., Patterson, D.A., Hinch S.G., and S.J. Cooke. 2009. Expanding the ‘toolbox’ for studying the response of fish to hydropower infrastructure and operating strategies: linking individual physiological status, energetics, behaviour, and fate. Environmental Reviews 17: 179-197. [PDF]

9) Hasler, C.T., Suski, C.D., Hanson, K.C., Cooke, S.J., Philipp, D.P. and B.L. Tufts. 2009. The effect of temperature on laboratory swimming performance and natural activity levels of adult largemouth bass. Canadian Journal of Zoology 87: 589-596. [PDF]

8) Caputo, M., O’Connor, C.M., Hasler, C.T., Hanson, K.C., and S.J. Cooke. 2009. Do surgically implanted telemetry transmitters have long-term consequences on the nutritional physiology and condition of wild fish? Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 84: 35-41. [PDF]

7) Hasler, C.T., Suski, C.D., Hanson, K.C., Cooke, S.J., and B.L. Tufts. 2009. The influence of dissolved oxygen on winter habitat selection by largemouth bass: an integration of field biotelemetry studies and laboratory experiments. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82: 143-152. [PDF]


6) Hanson, K. C., Arrosa, S., Hasler, C.T., Suski, C. D., Philipp, D.P., Niezgoda, G., and S.J. Cooke. 2008. Effects of lunar cycles on the activity patterns and depth utilization of the largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides. Fisheries Management and Ecology 15: 357-364. [PDF]

5) Hanson, K.C., Hasler, C.T., Cooke, S.J., Suski, C.D., and D.P.Philipp. 2008. Intersexual variation in seasonal behaviour and depth distribution of a freshwater temperature fish, the largemouth bass. Canadian Journal of Zoology 86: 801-811. [PDF]


4) Hasler, C.T., Donaldson, M.R., Gingerich, A.J., and K.C. Hanson. 2007. Looking beyond the border: Advantages and challenges of moving between Canada and the United States for graduate studies in fisheries science. Fisheries 32: 502-503. [PDF]

3) Hanson, K. C., Hasler, C. T., Suski, C. D., and S. J. Cooke. 2007. Morphological correlates of wild largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) swimming performance in he natural environment. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology (A) 148: 913-920. [PDF]

2) Gingerich, A. J., Cooke, S. J., Hanson, K. C., Donaldson, M. R., Hasler, C. T., Suski, C.D., and R. Arlinghaus. (2007) Evaluation of the interactive effects of air exposure duration and water temperature on the condition and survival of angled and released fish. Fisheries Research 86: 169-178. [PDF]

1) Hasler, C. T., Cooke, S. J., Tinline R., Hanson, K. C., Suski, C. D., Niezgoda, G., Phelan, F. J. S., and D. P. Philipp. (2007) Frequency, composition and stability among individual largemouth bass (Micropterus salmonidae) at diel, daily and seasonal scales. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16: 417-424. [PDF]

In review

Donaldson M.R., Eliason, E., Jeffries, K.M., Poesch, M., Drake, A., Braun, D., Hasler, C.T., Nguyen, V., Raby, G., Lennox, R., Swanson, H., Favaro, B., Bower, S., and S.J. Cooke. Early career perspectives on the future of freshwater fisheries science, management, and policy in Canada. In Freshwater Fisheries Science and Management in Canada. American Fisheries Society (Publisher). Submitted October, 2014.

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