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Recovery Strategy for the Lake Chubsucker

3. References

ARRT (Ausable River Recovery Team).  2005.  Recovery strategy for species at risk in the Ausable River: An ecosystem approach, 2005-2010. Draft Recovery Strategy submitted to RENEW Secretariat.

Becker, G. C. 1983. Fishes of Wisconsin. University of Wisconsin Press, Madison. pp. 1052. (http://www.seagrant.wisc.edu/greatlakesfish/becker.html)

Burr, B. M., and M. L. Warren, Jr. 1986. Distributional atlas of Kentucky fishes. Kentucky Nature Preserves Commission. Scientific and Technical Series Number 4. 398 pp.

Carlander, K.D. 1969. Handbook of Freshwater Fishery Biology. Vol. 1. The Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa.

Coker, G.A., C.B. Lane, and C.K. Minns.  2001.  Morphological and ecological characteristics of Canadian freshwater fishes. Can. MS Rpt. Fish. Aquat. Sci.2554:iv+86 pp. (http://epe.lac-bac.gc.ca/100/200/301/dfo-mpo/cdn_manuscript_report/no2554/mr2554.pdf)

Doka, S., C. Bakelaar and L. Bouvier.  2006.  Chapter 6.  Coastal wetland fish community assessment of climate change in the lower Great Lakes.  In L. Mortsch, J. Ingram, A. Hebb and S. Doka (eds.), Great Lakes Wetland Communities: Vulnerability to Climate Change and Response to Adaptation Strategies, Environment Canada and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Toronto, Ontario, pp. 101-127.

 EERT (Essex-Erie Recovery Team).  2007.  Recovery Strategy for Fishes at Risk of the Essex-Erie Region: An Ecosystem Approach.  February 2007.  Draft. 118 pp.

Goodyear, C.S., T.A. Edsall, D.M. Ormsby Dempsey, G.D. Moss, and P.E. Polanski.  1982.  Atlas of the spawning and nursery areas of Great Lakes fishes.  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Washington, D.C.  Report: FWS/OBS-82/52. (http://www.glsc.usgs.gov/main.php?content=products_publications_atlas&title=Publications0&menu=products)

Lane, J.A., C.B. Lane, and C.K. Minns. 1996. Nursery habitat characteristics of Great Lakes fishes. Can. MS Rpt. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2338:v+42 pp.

Leslie, J.K. and C.A. Timmins.  1997.  Early life history of fishes in Long Point Inner Bay, Lake Erie. Can. Tech. Report. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2150: 18 pp.

Mandrak, N.E., B. Cudmore and E.J. Crossman.  Submitted.  Draft Update COSEWIC status report on Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) prepared for Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife In Canada.  Submitted ??. pp. 20 + i-iii.

NatureServe. 2005. Downloadable animal datasets. NatureServe Central Databases. Available from: www.natureserve.org/getData/dataSets/watershedHucs/index.jsp (Jan. 30, 2006).

TRRT (Thames River Recovery Team).  2005.  Recovery strategy for the Thames River Aquatic Ecosystem: 2005-2010. November 2005.  Draft. 146 pp.

4. Recovery Team Members

The following members of the Ontario Freshwater Fish Recovery Team were involved in the development of the recovery strategy for the lake chubsucker:

Shawn Staton (Chair)

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Mike Nelson

Essex Region Conservation Authority

Joe de Laronde

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Brian Locke

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

Dr. Nicholas Mandrak

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Scott Reid

Trent University

Alan Dextrase

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

Ian Barret 

Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

Brian Locke

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

Tom Purdy

OAC Management Committee

Mari Veliz, Kari Killins

Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority

Robert Ritchie

Niagara Parks Commission