Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Acipenser fulvescens listed in key words.

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30391 Journal Article Baril, A., J.T. Buszkiewicz, P.M. Biron, Q.E. Phelps, and J.W.A. Grant. 2018. Lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) spawning habitat: a quantitative review. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75:925-933.
17303 Report Beisser, G.S. 2007. The lake lturgeon, Acipenser fulvescens, restoration program in Georgia. Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration grant F-75 project report. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Calhoun, GA.
28940 Book Carlson, D.M., R.A. Daniels, and J.J. Wright. 2016. Atlas of inland fishes of New York. New York State Museum Record 7. New York State Education Department, Albany, NY.
33916 Journal Article Dobiesz, N.E, J.R. Bence, T. Sutton, M. Ebener, T.C. Pratt, L.M. O'Connor, T.B. Steeves. 2018. Evaluation of sea lamprey-associated mortality sources on a generalizedlake sturgeon population in the Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 44:319-329.
13018 Database Idaho Fish and Game. 1998. Official list of Idaho record fish (as of October, 1997). (2004 version).
29855 Journal Article Jacobs, G.R., E.L. Bruestle, A. Hussey, D. Gorsky, and A.T. Fisk. 2017. Invasive species alter ontogenetic shifts in the trophic ecology of Lake Sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) in the Niagara River and Lake Ontario. Biological Invasions 19:1533-1546.
32546 Journal Article Nichols, S.J., G. Kennedy, E. Crawford, J. Allen, J. French III, G. Black, M. Blouin, J. Hickey, S. Chernyak, R. Haas, and M. Thomas. 2003. Assessment of lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvenscens) spawning efforts in the lower St. Clair River, Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research 29(3):383-391.
34239 Journal Article Simon, T.P. 2016. An Annotated List of the Fishes of the Western Basin of Lake Erie withEmphasis on the Bass Islands and Adjacent Tributaries. Ohio J. Sci 116(2):36-47.


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