*Graduate students or postdoctoral researchers under my supervision.
**Journal cover / Editor choice.
Submitted. Geoffroy M, Priou P, Langbehn T, Johnsen G, Varpe O, Le Bris A, Fisher J, Daase M and Berge J. Red, blue and white lights disturb in situ observations of pelagic fish and zooplankton. ICES Journal of Marine Science.
In revision. *Gatti P, Fisher JAD, Cyr F, Galbraith PS, Robert D and Le Bris A. A global review and tests of validation and sensitivity of geolocation models for marine fish tracking. Fish and Fisheries.
**In press. Kess T, Einfeldt AL, Wringe B, Lehnert SJ, Layton KKS, McBride M, Robert D, Fisher J, Le Bris A, den Heyer C, Shackell N, Ruzzante D, Bentzen P and Bradbury IR. A putative structural variant and environmental variation associated with genomic divergence across the Northwest Atlantic in Atlantic Halibut. ICES Journal of Marine Science
**2020. *Gatti P, Robert D, Fisher JAD, *Marshall R, and Le Bris A. Stock-scale electronic tracking of Atlantic halibut reveals summer site fidelity and winter mixing on common spawning grounds. ICES Journal of Marine Science. Pdf
2020. Osterblom H, Cvitanovic C, van Putten I, Addison P, Blasiak R, Jouffray J-B, Bebbington J, Hall J, Ison S, Le Bris A, Mynott S, Reid D and Sugimoto A. Science-Industry Collaboration: Sideways or Highways to Ocean Sustainability? One Earth, 3: 79-88. Pdf
2020. James T, Landsman S, Ramsay L, Griffn M, Le Bris A, and van den Heuvel M. Migration patterns of Atlantic halibut captured in the Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence as assessed with pop-up satellite archival and floy tags. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 77: 1233-1242. Pdf
2019. J. Schuetz, K.E. Mills, A.J. Allyn, K. Stamieszkin, A. Le Bris and A.J. Pershing. Complex patterns of temperature sensitivity, not ecological traits, dictate diverse species responses to climate change. Ecography, 42: 111-124. Pdf
2018. A. Le Bris and J.S. Wroblewski. Species composition and habitat preferences of the nearshore fish fauna of Bonne Bay, Newfoundland. Marine Biodiversity Records, 11:12. Pdf
2018. A. Le Bris, K.E. Mills, R.A. Wahle, Y. Chen, M.A. Alexander, A.J. Allyn, J.G. Schuetz, J.D. Scott, and A.J. Pershing. Climate vulnerability and resilience in the most valuable North American fishery. Proceeding of National Academy of Sciences USA, 115 (8): 1831-1836. Pdf
2018. A. Le Bris, J.A.D. Fisher, H.M. Murphy, P.S. Galbraith, M. Castonguay, T. Loher and D. Robert. Migration patterns and putative spawning habitats of Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus) in the Gulf of St. Lawrence revealed by geolocation of pop-up satellite archival tags. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 75 (1): 135-147. Pdf
2017. J.A.D. Fisher, D. Robert, A. Le Bris, and T. Loher. Pop-up satellite archival tag (PSAT) temporal data resolution affects interpretations of spawning behaviour of a commercially important teleost. Animal Biotelemetry. Pdf
2017. H.M. Murphy, J.A.D. Fisher, A. Le Bris, M. Desgagnés, M. Castonguay, T. Loher and D. Robert. Characterization of Depth Distributions, Temperature Associations, and Seasonal Migrations of Atlantic Halibut in the Gulf of St. Lawrence using Pop-Up Satellite Archival Tags. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7 (1). Pdf
2016. A. Le Bris, A.J. Pershing, J. Gaudette J., T.L. Pugh, and K.M. Reardon. Mutli-scale quantification of the effects of temperature on size at maturity in the American lobster (Homarus americanus). Fisheries Research, 186 (1): 397-406. Pdf
2016. A.J. Pershing, M.A. Alexander, C.M. Hernandez, L. Kerr, A. Le Bris, K.E. Mills, J.A. Nye, N.R. Record, H.A. Scanell, J.D. Scott, G.D. Sherwood, and A.C. Thomas. Response to Comments on "Slow adaptation in the face of rapid warming leads to collapse of the Gulf of Maine cod fishery". Science, 352 (6284): 423. Pdf
2015. A.J. Pershing, M.A. Alexander, C.M. Hernandez, L. Kerr, A. Le Bris, K.E. Mills, J.A. Nye, N.R. Record, H.A. Scanell, J.D. Scott, G.D. Sherwood, and A.C. Thomas. Slow adaptation in the face of rapid warming leads to collapse of the Gulf of Maine cod fishery. Science, 350 (6262): 809-812. Pdf
2015. A. Le Bris, A.J. Pershing, C.M. Hernandez., K.E. Mills, and G.D. Sherwood. Modelling the effects of variation in reproductive traits on population resilience. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 72 (9): 2590-2599. Pdf
2013. A. Le Bris, A. Fréchet, and J.S. Wroblewski. Supplementing electronic tagging with conventional tagging to redesign fishery closed areas. Fisheries Research, 148: 106-116. Pdf
2013. A. Le Bris, A. Fréchet, P.S. Galbraith, and J.S. Wroblewski. Evidence for alternative migratory behaviours in the northern Gulf of St Lawrence population of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.). ICES Journal of Marine Science, 70: 793-804. Pdf
C. Brassard, J. Gauthier, P. Schwab, A. Le Bris, M. Way, and F. Collier. 2016. The status of Northern Gulf of St. Lawrence (3Pn, 4RS) cod stock (Gadus morhua) in 2014. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2016/010. xi + 123 p. Pdf
A. Le Bris, A. Fréchet, and J.-C. Brêthes. 2009. Estimation of the exploitation rate of the northern Gulf of St. Lawrence (3Pn, 4RS) Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua) stock, based on tagging data. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2009/012. v + 35p. Pdf
A. Fréchet, J. Gauthier, P. Schwab, Y. Lambert, A. Le Bris, C. Tournois, M. Way, and F. Collier. 2009. The status of cod in the Northern Gulf of St. Lawrence (3Pn, 4RS) in 2008. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2009/090. iv + 104 p. Pdf
Arnault Le Bris. January 2014. Mechanisms and consequences of variation in the migratory behaviour of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) in the northern Gulf of St. Lawrence. Ph.D. thesis. Memorial University of Newfoundland. Canada. Pdf
Arnault Le Bris. June 2008. Estimation of the exploitation rate of the northern Gulf of St. Lawrence (3Pn,4RS) Atlantic Cod (Gadus morhua) stock, based on tagging data. M.Sc. thesis. Université de la Méditerranée Aix-Marseille II. France.