Conference Presentations

Invited

  1. Drake, D.A.R.  (June 2014). Reducing risk in an increasingly interdisciplinary world: the role of bycatch, distribution networks, and risky behaviour as regulatory pillars for live bait pathways. Great Lakes BIOTIC (Briefs on Invasive Organisms Traded in Commerce) Conference, Minnesota and Wisconsin Seagrant, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  2. Drake, D.A.R. (June 2014). Invasion risk and the value of a probability trial: lessons from the bait trade. Great Lakes Fishery Commission Annual Meeting. Chicago, Illinois.
  3. Drake, D.A.R., and N.E. Mandrak. 2013. Estimating bycatch risk: the role of selective fishing in species invasions. Page 169 in Abstracts from the 18th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, Niagara Falls, Ontario, April 21-25. The Professional Edge, Ottawa, Ontario.
  4. Drake, D.A.R., and N.E. Mandrak. 2013. Bycatch, bait, anglers, and roads: quantifying vector activity and species introduction risk across lake ecosystems. Page 170 in Abstracts from the 18th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, Niagara Falls, Ontario, April 21-25. The Professional Edge, Ottawa, Ontario.
  5. Brinsmead, J.K., B. Koenig, D.A.R. Drake, N.E. Mandrak, D. Copplestone, and D. Mitchell. 2013. One of these things is not like the others – prevalence of non-target species in commercial baitfish in Ontario. Page 171 in Abstracts from the 18th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, Niagara Falls, Ontario, April 21-25. The Professional Edge, Ottawa, Ontario.
  6. Drake, D.A.R. 2010. From incidental harvest to release: quantifying the likelihood of species introductions through the baitfish pathway in Ontario. Trent University Life Science Seminar Series, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, 26 Nov.
  7. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2010. From incidental harvest to release: quantifying the likelihood of introducing aquatic invasive species through the baitfish industry in Ontario. Page 76 in Abstracts from the 53rd Annual International Association of Great Lakes Research Conference, Toronto, Ontario, 17-21 May. University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario.
  8. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2009. Quantifying the likelihood of introducing aquatic invasive species through the baitfish industry in Ontario. Page 72 in Abstracts from the 52nd Annual International Association of Great Lakes Research Conference, Toledo, Ohio, 18-22 May. University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio.
  9. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2009. Quantifying the likelihood of introducing aquatic invasive species through the baitfish industry in Ontario. Abstracts from the 3rd Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 3-5 May. University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.
  10. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2008. Quantifying the spread of aquatic invasive species, genes and pathogens: the baitfish pathway in Ontario as a model system. Great Lakes Fish Health Committee Annual General Meeting, 138th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Ottawa, Ontario, 20 August.
  11. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2008. Forecasting invasion pathways: using gravity models to predict angler movement. Page 6 in Abstracts from the 138th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Ottawa, Ontario, 17–21 August. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  12. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2007. Determining the risk of spreading aquatic invasive species through the commercial baitfish industry in Ontario. Page 2 in Abstracts from the Michigan District of Natural Resources Annual Fisheries Research Meeting: Assessing and Managing Aquatic Invasive Species, Alpena, Michigan, 9-11 October. Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Harrison Twp., Michigan.
  13. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2007. Determining the risk of spreading aquatic invasive species through the commercial baitfish industry in Ontario. Page 1 in Abstracts from the 1st Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Network, Ottawa, Ontario, 14-15 April. University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.
  14. Drake, D.A.R., M. Power, M.A. Koops, S.E. Doka, and N.E. Mandrak. 2007. Biological characteristics of eastern sand darter Ammocrypta pellucida: Implications for habitat management. Page 4 in Abstracts from the Fisheries and Oceans Canada Eastern Sand Darter Experts Workshop, Ottawa, Ontario, 14 February. Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Burlington, Ontario.
  15. Drake, D.A.R., M. Power, M.A. Koops, S.E. Doka, and N.E. Mandrak. 2007. Biological characteristics of eastern sand darter Ammocrypta pellucida: Implications for habitat management. Page 18 in Abstracts from the Fisheries and Oceans Canada Fish Habitat Partnership Workshop, Alliston, Ontario, 24 January. Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Burlington, Ontario. 

 

Contributed

  1. Bailey, S.A., O Casas-Monroy, D.A.R. Drake, F.T. Chan, J.K. Adams, and R.D. Linley. 2013. Comparative analysis of ballast-mediated shipping pathways across Canada. Abstracts from the International Congress on Biological Invasions, 23-27 October, Quingdao, China.
  2. Drake, D.A.R., and N.E. Mandrak. 2013. Harvest models and stock co-occurrence: probabilistic methods for estimating bycatch. Abstracts from the 66th Canadian Concerence for Fisheries Research, Windsor, Ontario, 3-5 January. University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario.
  3. Drake, D.A.R., Mandrak, N.E., and Harvey, H.H. 2012. Risk, bait, anglers, and roads: quantifying angler activity and species introductions to lake ecosystems across Ontario. Abstracts from the 1st Annual National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Congress, Ottawa, Ontario, 27 to 31 May. Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, Peterborough, Ontario.
  4. Koenig, B., J. K., Brinsmead, D.A.R. Drake, N.E. Mandrak, and D. Copplestone. 2012. One of these things is not like the others – prevalence of non-target species in commercial baitfish in Ontario. Abstracts from the 1st Annual National Fish and Wildlife Conservation Congress, Ottawa, Ontario, 27 to 31 May. Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, Peterborough, Ontario.
  5. Brinsmead, J.K., B. Koenig, D.A.R. Drake, N.E. Mandrak, and D. Copplestone. 2012. One of these things is not like the others – prevalence of non-target species in commercial baitfish in Ontario. Page 33 in Abstracts from the 55th Annual International Association of Great Lakes Research Conference, Cornwall, Ontario, 13-17 May. International Association for Great Lakes Research Office, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  6. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2011. Evaluating the potential for freshwater bycatch using likelihood methods and fishery-independent data. Page 90 in Abstracts from the 141st Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Seattle, Washington, 4-8 September. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  7. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2010. Evaluating concern for freshwater bycatch within a Canadian bait fishery. Page 56-11 in Abstracts from the 140th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 12-16 September. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  8. Drake, D.A.R., 2010. Least-cost transportation networks predict spatial interaction of invasion vectors. Fifth Annual Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Colloquium, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, 9 April.
  9. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2009. Investigating patterns of risk activity within an invasion pathway. Page 168 in Abstracts from the 16th International Conference for Aquatic Invasive Species, Montreal, Quebec, 20-23 April. Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.
  10. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2009. Quantifying the dispersal potential of aquatic invasive species using vector-based risk models. Page 42 in Abstracts from the 62nd Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, Ottawa, Ontario, 9-11 January. Environment Canada, Burlington, Ontario.
  11. Drake, D.A.R., N.E. Mandrak, and H.H. Harvey. 2008. Quantifying the spread of aquatic invasive species, genes and pathogens: the baitfish industry in Ontario as a model system. Page 40 in Abstracts from the 51st Annual International Association of Great Lakes Research Conference, Peterborough, Ontario, 20-23 May. Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario.
  12. Drake, D.A.R., M. Power, M.A. Koops, S.E. Doka, and N.E. Mandrak. 2006. Environmental factors affecting growth of eastern sand darter Ammocrypta pellucida. Page 47 in Abstracts from the 60th Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, Montreal, Quebec, 2-4 January. Environment Canada, Burlington, Ontario.
  13. Drake, D.A.R., M. Power, M.A. Koops, S.E. Doka, and N.E. Mandrak. 2006. Environmental factors affecting growth of eastern sand darter Ammocrypta pellucida. Page 124 in Abstracts from the 67th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Omaha, Nebraska, 3-6 December. Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and United States Geological Service.
  14. Drake, D.A.R., M. Power, M.A. Koops, S.E. Doka, and N.E. Mandrak. 2006. Environmental factors affecting growth of eastern sand darter Ammocrypta pellucida in the lower Thames River, Ontario. Page 16 in Abstracts from the Ontario Ecology and Ethology Colloquium, St. Catharines, Ontario, 5-7 May. Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario.