Reference List

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

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39610 Journal Article Burton, G.W., and E.P. Odum. 1945. The distribution of stream fish in the vicinity of Mountain Lake, Virginia. Ecology 20(2):182-194.
23793 Journal Article Goodchild, G.A., and J.C. Tilt. 1976. A range extension of Nocomis micropogon, the river chub, into eastern Ontario. Canadian Field-Naturalist 90:491-492.
1662 Book Chapter Hocutt, C.H., R.E. Jenkins, and J.R. Stauffer, Jr. 1986. Zoogeography of the fishes of the central Appalachians and central Atlantic coastal plain. Pages 161-212 in Hocutt, C.H., and E.O. Wiley, eds. The zoogeography of North American freshwater fishes. John Wiley and Sons. New York, NY.
29331 Journal Article Kemp, S.J. 2017. Predicting impacts of urbanized stream processes on biota: high flows and river chub (Nocomis micropogon) nesting activity. Urban Ecosystems 20:775-784. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11252-017-0641-x.
162 Book Menhinick, E.F. 1991. The freshwater fishes of North Carolina. North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh, NC.
666 Book Page, L.M., and B.M. Burr. 1991. A field guide to freshwater fishes of North America north of Mexico. Volume 42. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, MA.
18855 Book Rohde, F.C., R.G. Arndt, J.W. Foltz, and J.M. Quattro. 2009. Freshwater fishes of South Carolina. University of South Carolina Press, Columbia, SC.
26763 Database Tracy, B.H. 2016. North Carolina Division of Water Resources, collection data of nonindigenous fishes in North Carolina river basins between 1990-2016. North Carolina Division of Water Resources, Raleigh, NC. Created on 03/28/2014. Accessed on 12/09/2016.



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