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69. Integrating hydroacoustic and telemetric surveys to estimate fish abundance: a new approach to an old problem
68. Intra- and interlake comparisons of select fishes in the Laurentian Great Lakes using morphometry, stable isotopes, and mercury
67. Freshwater connectivity transforms spatially-integrated signals of biodiversity
66. Decline of young-of-year walleye (<i>Sander vitreus</i>) growth due to <i>Bythotrephes</i> impacts predicted from bioenergetic principles
65. Consumption and activity decline in Northern Pike (<i>Esox Lucius</i>) during and after silver nanoparticle addition to a lake
64. Characterizing the flow regime in Brook Trout (<i>Salvelinus fontinalis</i>) incubation habitats and implications for management in a hydro-regulated river
62. Seventy years of food-web change in South Bay, Lake Huron
61. Mercury methylation and methylmercury demethylation in boreal lake sediment with legacy sulphate pollution
60. Productivity of fish populations: Environmental and ecological drivers
59. Whole-lake nanosilver additions reduce Northern Pike (Esox lucius) growth
58. Alternative migratory strategies related to life history differences in the Walleye (<i>Sander vitreus</i>)
57. A synthesis of senescence predictions for indeterminate growth, and support from multiple tests in wild lake trout
56. Hiding in plain sight: Combining field naturalist observations and herbarium records to reveal phenological change
55. Thermal stratification and fish thermal preference explain vertical eDNA distributions in lakes
54. Historic and contemporary movement and survival rates of walleye (Sander vitreus) in Lake Winnipeg, Canada
53. Broad-scale assessment of groundhog (<i>Marmota monax</i>) predictions of spring onset no better than chance
52. No long-term effect of intracoelomic transmitter implantation on survival, growth and body condition of a long-lived stenotherm in the wild
51. Multi-Level Responses of Yellow Perch (<i>Perca flavescens</i>) to a Whole-Lake Nanosilver Addition Study
50. Winter in water: differential responses and the maintenance of biodiversity
Contaminants in Lake Winnipeg. In: State of Lake Winnipeg, 2nd Edition.
Understanding declining productivity in the offshore regions of the Great Lakes (International Joint Commission Science Advisory Board Report)
49. Impacts of freshwater aquaculture on fish communities: A whole‐ecosystem experimental approach
48. Life at the top: lake ecotype influences the metabolic costs and life history of an apex fish predator
47. Changes in the diet, early growth, and condition of Lake Trout (Salvelinus namaycush) in response to an experimental aquaculture operation
46. Tritium in fish from remote lakes in northwestern Ontario, Canada
45. Accumulation of silver in Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens) and Northern Pike (Esox lucius) from a lake dosed with nanosilver
44. Offshore prey densities facilitate similar life history and behavioral patterns in two distinct aquatic apex predators, northern pike and lake trout
43. Microplastics flowing into Lake Winnipeg: Densities, sources, flux, and fish exposures
42. Geographic distribution note for <i>Notophthalmus viridescens</i>
41. Behavioral responses to annual temperature variation alter the dominant energy pathway, growth, and condition of a cold-water predator
40. Wintertime Simulations of a Boreal Lake with the Canadian Small Lake Model
39. Effect of nanosilver on metabolism in Rainbow Trout (<em>Oncorhynchus mykiss</em>): An investigation using different respirometric approaches
38. Broad shifts in the resource use of a commercially harvested fish following the invasion of dreissenid mussels
37. Microplastic contamination in Lake Winnipeg, Canada
36. Respirometry increases cortisol levels in rainbow trout <em>Oncorhynchus mykiss</em>: implications for measurements of metabolic rate
35. Effect of nanosilver on cortisol release and morphometrics in Rainbow Trout (<em>Oncorhynchus mykiss</em>)
34. A predictive model for water clarity following dreissenid invasion
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)
29. Apparent extirpation of prey fish communities in lakes following northern pike (<em>Esox lucius</em>) introduction
28. Censoring government scientists and the role of consensus in science advice
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
26. Responses of a freshwater food web to a potent synthetic oestrogen
25. Evaluating the relationship between catch per unit effort and abundance for littoral cyprinids in small boreal shield lakes
Evaluation of eutrophication and water level drawdown on Lake Whitefish (Coregonus clupeaformis) productivity; Fish habitat assessment (Technical report).
24. Context-dependent changes in lake whitefish populations associated with dreissenid invasion (book chapter)
23. Increased dependence on nearshore benthic resources in the Lake Simcoe ecosystem after dreissenid invasion
22. Summary of Lake Simcoe’s past, present and future
21. Preface: Towards a better understanding of Lake Simcoe through integrative and collaborative monitoring and research
20. The state of Lake Simcoe (Ontario, Canada): the effects of multiple stressors on phosphorus and oxygen dynamics
19. Effects of formalin preservation on freshwater benthic invertebrate isotopic values over decadal time scales
18. Assessing length-related biases in standard weigh equations (Gerow 2011): Reply to Comment
17. Interpreting stable isotope patterns with depth: a comment on Riley et al. (2011)
16. Decadal changes in benthic invertebrate communities following dreissenid establishment in Lake Simcoe
15. Energy acquisition and allocation patterns of lake whitefish (<em>Coregonus clupeaformis</em>) are modified when dressenids are present
14. Can migration mitigate the effects of ecosystem change? Patterns of dispersal, energy allocation and acquisition in Great Lakes lake whitefish (<em>Coregonus clupeaformis</em>)
13. <em>Bythotrephes</em> invasion elevates trophic position of zooplankton and fish: implications for contaminant biomagnification
12. Changes in the benthic invertebrate community in Lake Simcoe 1983–2008
11. Prey life history and bioenergetic responses across a predation gradient
10. Changes in fish condition and mercury vary by region, not <em>Bythotrephes invasion</em>: A result of climate change?
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
4. Potential effects of zebra mussel (<em>Dreissena polymorpha</em>) invasion on benthic invertebrate communities and lake whitefish (<em>Coregonus clupeaformis</em>) in South Bay, Lake Huron
3. Predictive models of benthic invertebrate methylmercury in Ontario and Québec lakes
2. The influence of habitat complexity on littoral invertebrate distributions: patterns differ in shallow prairie lakes with and without fish
1. A comparison of methods for estimating activity costs of wild fish populations: more active fish observed to grow slower