Recovery Strategy for the Vancouver Lamprey (Lampetra macrostoma) in Canada (Final)
- 1. Description of the Species
- 2. Description of Needs of the Species
- 3. Threats
- 4. Habitat Trends
- 5. Habitat Protection
- 6. Critical Habitat
- 7. Recovery Goal
- 8. Recovery Objectives
- 9. Approaches to Meeting Recovery Objectives
- 10. Anticipated Conflicts or Challenges
- 11. Recovery Feasibility
- 12. Recommended Approach / Scale for Recovery
- 13. Knowledge Gaps
- 14. Actions Already Complete and/or Underway
- 15. Statement of when Action Plans will be Completed
- 16. References Cited
- Appendix I - Record of Cooperation and Consultation
16. References Cited
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