2 edition of Reproductive ecology and vegetation association databases of Lake Ontario fishes found in the catalog.
Reproductive ecology and vegetation association databases of Lake Ontario fishes
B. C. Cudmore-Vokey
|Statement||by Becky Cudmore-Vokey and C.K. Minns.|
|Series||Canadian manuscript report of fisheries and aquatic sciences -- 2607|
|Contributions||Minns, Charles Kenneth, 1947-, Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
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which addressed riparian ecology and restoration in eastern Canada with a focus on vegetation and an emphasis on Ontario. The results of this literature review were used to help design a riparian baseline field study near Trout Creek, Ontario that was conducted during August and that is the subject of this report. Literature Review. Background. Adaptive radiation within fishes of the Coregonus lavaretus complex has created numerous morphs, posing significant challenges for taxonomy and conservation highly endangered North Sea houting (C. oxyrhynchus; abbreviated NSH) has been considered a separate species from European lake whitefish (C. lavaretus; abbreviated ELW) due to Cited by:
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Get this from a library. Reproductive ecology and vegetation association databases of Lake Ontario fishes. [B C Cudmore-Vokey; Charles Kenneth Minns; Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans.; Great Lakes Laboratory for Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.].
Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Bait Association of Ontario, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters. March 40 pp.
Ditz, K. and E. Holm. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Fish Species Codes & Names. Ichthyology and Herpetology, Royal Ontario Museum.
May Cudmore, B. and N.E. Mandrak. The baitfish primer: a guide to identifying and protecting Ontario’s baitfishes. Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Bait Association of Ontario, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters.
March 40 pp. Cudmore-Vokey, B. and E.J. Crossman. 1 Jonathan D. Midwood, Angela Darwin, Zing-Ying Ho, Daniel Rokitnicki-Wojcik, Greg Grabas, Environmental factors associated with the distribution of non-native starry stonewort (Nitellopsis obtusa) in a Lake Ontario coastal wetland, Journal of Great Lakes Research,42, 2, CrossRef; 2 Seohyeon Kim, Jae Geun Kim, Analysis of Environmental Characteristics for Cited by: Analysis of the fish faunas of Lake Opinicon and other small, cold temperate Ontario water bodies shows that the component species differ in body size, morphology, abundances, habitats, diurnal and seasonal habitat utilization patterns, diets, dietary changes with age, reproductive strategies, and population turnover rates.
These differences are detailed. Cited by: Department of Botany and Genetics, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada NIG 2W1. Present address: Department of Biology, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada KIN 6N5. Search for more papers by this authorCited by: We applied this method to 61 Atlantic salmon and lake trout remains from the Antrex site (AjGv), a Middle Ontario Iroquoian (ca.
CE to ) village located in. The ecology of fish movement in six Lake Ontario tributaries Ivan J. Dolinsek, Ph.D. Concordia University, Despite a rich literature on the ecology of freshwater fishes, the movement behaviour of many stream fish remains poorly understood, yet is expected to be important for key ecological and micro-evolutionary processes.
Great Lakes Res. 21 (Supplement 1) Internat. Assoc. Great Lakes Res., The Relation Between Reproductive Capacity of a Lake Trout Population and the Apparent Availability of Spawning Habitat in Megisan Lake, Ontario John R.M. Kelso Department ofFisheries and Oceans Great Lakes Laboratory for Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences 1 Canal Drive Sault Ste.
Cited by: 8. 9 Trophic interrelationships and food-webs among fishes in the Victoria and Kyoga lake basins [Mbabazi, D.] 10 The role of Yssichromis species in the trophic ecology and food-webs of Lake Victoria [Ebong, I., Wandera, S.B.
and Ogutu-Ohwayo, R.] 11 Impact of fishing gears and methods and the consequences of using different mesh sizesFile Size: KB. - the book is of good quality: sturdy, heavy, with a good cover. - it has descriptions of all Ontario freshwater fishes with coloured images - contains anatomical descriptions, Index table and some other information.
Treat it as a small encyclopaedia of fishes. Obviously, it doesn't describe how to fish it and what bait to use/5(39). We assessed stressors associated with ecological and fish-community changes in Lake Ontario sincewhen the first symposium on Salmonid Communities in Oligotrophic Lakes (SCOL I) was held (J.
Fish. Res. Board Can. Phosphorus controls implemented in the early s were undeniably successful; lower food-web studies. Do natural history data predict the movement ecology of fishes in Lake Ontario streams.
Low-head barrier dams restrict the movements of fishes in two Lake Ontario streams. minnow reproductive golden shiner reproductive Johnny darter reproductive lake chub non-reproductive Fishes and Forestry is truly a landmark publication.
The editors, Professors Northcote and Hartman, have drawn together and carefully edited chapters written by 56 scientists from around the world, covering a vast wealth of information never before appearing within the covers of one book.
Fish Traits: A Database of Ecological and Life-history Traits of Freshwater Fishes of the United States Article (PDF Available) in Fisheries 34(10) October with 1, Reads. Reproductive Ecology of Brook Trout (Salvelnus fontinalis) in Algonquin Lakes Paul J.
Blanchﬁeld Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Freshwater Institute University Crescent, Winnipeg, MB, R3T 2N6 blanchﬁ[email protected] () The study of mating systems focuses on the interactions of males and females from the perspective.
(14%) and precipitation (7%). About 93% of the water in Lake Ontario flows into the St. Lawrence River; the remaining 7% is lost via evaporation. Lake Ontario has over 3, kilometers (km) of shoreline, dominated by bedrock shores and bluffs.
While the western portion of the Lake Ontario coast has been heavily urbanized, most ofFile Size: KB. Great Lakes Res., FISH REPRODUCTIVE UTILIZATION OF COASTAL MARSHES OF LAKE ONTARIO NEAR TORONTO Tasha D.
Stephenson Department ofZoology, University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario M5S lAl ABSTRACT. Five coastal marshes in the Toronto region of the Lake Ontario shoreline were studied to assess fish utilization for spawning and rearing by: ANNOTATED LIST OF THE FISHES OF THE LAKE ONTARIO WATERSHED’ E.
Crossman and Harry D. VanMete9 ABSTRACT This annotated list of the fishes of Lake Ontario and its watershed is based on published distribution records, museum collections, and reports of fish surveys that confirm the occurrence of fish species dating back to the ’s. 1 Fishes and fisheries of the Victoria and Kyoga lake basins.
[Ogutu-Ohwayo, R. & Wandera, S.B.] 2 The biology, ecology and fishery of (Mukene) Rastrineobola argentea [Wandera S.B.] 3 The biology, ecology and impact of Nile perch, Lates niloticus in lakes Victoria, Kyoga and Nabugabo and the future of the fisheries [Ogutu-Ohwayo, R.].
Organic contaminants in forage fish from Toronto area streams: report / By. Suns, K. Ontario. Ministry of Environment and Energy. Type. Book Material. Published material.
Publication info [Toronto]:Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy. We conducted a series of field experiments to examine the roles of refuge and food availability in explaining the distribution and abundance of fish in tidal freshwater marsh creeks. Two hypotheses were tested: (1) relative predation pressure is less in SAV than in unvegetated areas and (2) fish food availability is greater in SAV than in nearby unvegetated Cited by: The Lake Ontario LaMP has identified a number of critical pollutants that have impaired beneficial uses on a lakewide basis.
These persistent contaminants (i.e., PCB, DDT, mirex, dioxin/furans, mercury, dieldrin) tend to bioaccumulate in biological tissue (of fish, animals and humans).