Job Title: Research Scientist
Employer: Fisheries and Oceans Canada
Place of Birth: Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Public School attended: Roseland Public School
High School attended: W. C. Kennedy Collegiate
Further Education: University of Windsor (B.Sc.), Memorial University of Newfoundland (M.Sc.).
Geographic focus of research: Newfoundland (in particular Labrador), Greenland
Brief synopsis of current research:
Atlantic salmon life history and relationship to climate in the northwest Atlantic Ocean, population dynamics of Labrador Atlantic salmon stocks, and stock discrimination using pattern recognition particularly as it applies to Atlantic salmon in the west Greenland fishery.
Reddin, D.G., J. Helbig, A. Thomas, B. G. Whitehouse, and K.D. Friedland. 2000. Survival of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar L.) related to marine climate, pp. 89-91. In: Derek Mills (ed.) The ocean life of Atlantic salmon: environmental and biological factors influencing survival. Proceedings of a Workshop Held at the Freshwater Fisheries Laboratory, Pitlochry, on 18th and 19th November, 1998. Blackwell Scientific, Fishing News Books. pp. 228.
Reddin, D. G., and K. D. Friedland. 1999. A history of identification to continent of origin of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) at west Greenland. Fisheries Research 43(1-3): 221-235.
Reddin, D.G., and K.D. Friedland. 1996. Declines of Scottish spring salmon and thermal habitat in the northwest Atlantic. How are they related? pp. 45-66. In: Derek Mills (ed.) Enhancement of Spring Salmon. Proceedings of a One-day Conference Held in the Rooms of the Linnean Society of London. 26 January 1996. The Atlantic Salmon Trust, Pitlochry, Scotland.
Reddin, D.G., & K. D. Friedland. 1993. Marine environmental factors influencing the movement and survival of Atlantic salmon. Ch. 4: pp. 107-103. In Derek Mills [ed.] Salmon in the sea and new enhancement strategies. Fishing News Books. 424 p.
Reddin, D. G., and P. B. Short. 1990. Postsmolt Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in the Labrador Sea. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 48: 2-6.