Recovery Strategy for Deerberry (Vaccinium stamineum) in Canada
- Lists of figures, tables and appendices
- 1. Additional sections to achieve SARA compliancy
- Appendix I: Effects on the environment and other species
- Appendix II: Deerberry reintroduction
- Appendix III (A3): Ontario recovery strategy series
- A3 - Recovery strategy for Deerberry in Ontario
- A3 - 1. Background information
- A3 - 2. Recovery
- A3 - Glossary
- A3 - References and Recovery strategy development team members
Government of Canada. 2009. Species at Risk Act Policies; Overarching Policy Framework. 38 pp.
Kristensen, D. 2010. Personal communication. Deerberry Recovery Team Member.
Lee, H.T., W.D. Bakowsky, J. Riley, J. Bowles, M. Puddister, P. Uhlig and S. McMurray. 1998. Ecological Classification for Southern Ontario: First Approximation and Its Application. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Southcentral Science Section, Science Development and Transfers Branch. SCSS Field Guide FG-02.
Lindblad, D. 2009. Personal communication. Park Naturalist, Niagara Parks Commission.
Lynch, M.B. 2009. Niagara Falls Deerberry Ecological Land Classification Plot. St. Lawrence Islands National Park, Mallorytown. Unpublished report.
Yakimowski, S.B., and C.G. Eckert 2007. Threatened peripheral populations in context: geographical variation in population frequency and size and sexual reproduction in a clonal woody shrub, Vaccinium stamineum (Ericaceae). Conservation Biology 21: 811-822.
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