Reference List

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

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1647 Journal Article Baird, S.F. 1889. Report of Commision of Fish and Fisheries for 1886. Bulletin of the US Fish Commission 14:p 31.
1644 Journal Article Bean, T.H. 1890. Observations upon fish and fish-culture. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 10:49-61.
34788 Journal Article Hammar, J., T. Axenrot, E. Degerman, A. Asp, E. Bergstrand, O. Enderlein, O. Filipsson, and E. Kylberg. 2018. Smelt (Osmerus eperlanus): Glacial relict, planktivore, predator, competitor, and key prey for the endangered Arctic char in Lake Vattern, southern Sweden. Journal of Great Lakes Research 44(1):126-139.
29570 Journal Article Heikinheimo, O., P. Valkeaj√§rvi, and H. Harri. 2002. Interactions between brown trout, vendace, and the fishery in Lake Päijänne. Advances in Limnology 57:601-613.
35623 Journal Article Huusko, A., and T. Sutela. 1997. Minnow predation on vendace larvae: intersection of alternative prey phenologies and size-based vulnerability. Journal of Fish Biology 50:965-977.
1308 Journal Article Kendall, W.C. 1914. An annotated catalogue of the fishes of Maine. Proceedings of the Portland Society of Natural History 3:1-198.
29585 Journal Article Northcote, T.G., and J. Hammar. 2006. Feeding ecology of Coregonus albula and Osmerus eperlanus in the limnetic waters of Lake Mälaren, Sweden. Boreal Environment Research 11(3):229-246.
1643 Journal Article Smiley, C.W. 1885. Notes upon fish and the fisheries. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 5:465-468.
1442 Report Todd, T.N. 1983. The feasibility of mass-culturing coregonines in the Great Lakes.


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