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38. Broad shifts in the resource use of a commercially harvested fish following the invasion of dreissenid mussels
 
33. A study on the levels of radioactivity in fish samples from the experimental lakes area in Ontario, Canada
 
32. Changes in depth occupied by Great Lakes Lake Whitefish populations and the influence of survey design
 
31. Cross-basin analysis of long-term trends in the growth of Lake Whitefish in the Laurentian Great Lakes
 
30. The Ecology of lifetime growth in percid fishes (book chapter)
 
27. Fish diversity and biomass in northern Canadian lakes: northern lakes are more diverse and have greater biomass than expected based on species–energy theory
 
Evaluation of eutrophication and water level drawdown on Lake Whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) productivity; Fish habitat assessment (Technical report).
 
18. Assessing length-related biases in standard weigh equations (Gerow 2011): Reply to Comment
 
15. Energy acquisition and allocation patterns of lake whitefish (<em>Coregonus clupeaformis</em>) are modified when dressenids are present
 
11. Prey life history and bioenergetic responses across a predation gradient
 
9. Factors affecting the growth and condition of lake whitefish (<em>Coregonus clupeaformis</em>)
 
8. Changes in nearshore zooplankton communities associated with species invasions and potential effects on larval lake whitefish (<em>Coregonus clupeaformis</em>)
 
7. Resource switching in fish following a major food web disruption
 
6. Development and evaluation of condition indices for the Lake whitefish
 
5. Lazy males? Bioenergetic differences in energy acquisition and metabolism explain sexual size dimorphism in percids
 
1. A comparison of methods for estimating activity costs of wild fish populations: more active fish observed to grow slower