Beth Cameron

M.Sc. (2003)Beth

Thesis

Recruitment of the invasive green crab, Carcinus maenas , in Nova Scotia

Education

M.Sc. (2003)                                                       Dalhousie University, Department of Oceanography

B.Sc Biology (1998)
St. Francis Xavier University
Honour’s Thesis: Success of achieving swim-up by Yellow Perch ( Perca flavescens ) larvae exposed to varying temperatures during development                                               Supervised by Dr. G.E. Newsome

Awards/Scholarships/Grants

March 2003: Graduate Student Travel – Dalhousie University
2000-2001, 2001-2002: Graduate Fellowship – Dalhousie University
April 2001: Research Grant (Oceans/The  Fisheries)  –  Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History
1998: Dean’s List – St. Francis Xavier University

Presentations/Publications

Cameron, B. and Metaxas, A.,  Patterns in horizontal larval transport of Carcinus maenas in the Bras d’Or Lakes of Nova Scotia, Canada. Marine Ecology Progress Series

Cameron, B. and Metaxas, A. Larval salinity tolerance of Carcinus maenas, a recent decapod invader in Nova Scotia, Canada. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology

Cameron, B. and Metaxas, A., submitted. “Larval supply and recruitment of Carcinus maenas on the Atlantic Coast and Bras d’Or Lakes of Nova Scotia”. Biological Invasions

Cameron, B. and Metaxas, A., 2003. “Recruitment of the introduced green crab on the Atlantic Coast and in the Bras d’Or Lakes of Nova Scotia”, 32nd Annual Benthic Ecology Meetings, Groton, Connecticut, March 27-31. Oral presentation

Cameron, B. and Metaxas, A., 2002. “Recruitment of the introduced green crab on the Atlantic Coast and in the Bras d’Or Lakes of Nova Scotia”, 10th Biennial Benthic Ecology Workshop, St. Andrews, NB, November 6-7, 2002. Oral presentation

Cameron, B., Tremblay, J, Paul, K., Reeves, A., Mombourquette, K. “History of Green Crab in Nova Scotia”, Marine Biological Invasions Workshop, Halifax, May 13-15, 2001. Poster presentation

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