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Bibliography

Eastern newt, Notophthalmus viridescens.
Eastern newt,
Notophthalmus viridescens.
Amphibians and Reptiles
Cook, Francis R. (1984). Introduction to Canadian Amphibians and Reptiles. Ottawa: National Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museums of Canada.

Frogwatch-Ontario. [Online]. Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network, Environment Canada. Last update March 4, 2002 (Web site consulted July 16, 2007).
Bullet. http://www.naturewatch.ca/english/frogwatch/on/


Pickerelweed, Pontederia cordata.
Pickerelweed, Pontederia cordata.
Aquatic Plants
Newsmaster, S., A. Harris and L. Kershaw. (1997). Wetland Plants of Ontario. Edmonton, Alberta: Lone Pine Publications.

(1987). Plantes sauvages des lacs, rivières et tourbières. Saint-Augustin (Portneuf), Quebec: Fleurbec.

Peterson, L. (1978), A Field Guide to Edible Plants of Eastern and Central North America. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.


Birds
McCauly, Jane. (1993). A Field Guide to the Birds of North America. 2nd edition. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society.
Female Northern Shoveler, Anas clypeata.
Female Northern Shoveler, Anas clypeata.

McKeating, Gerald. (1990). Birds of Ottawa and Vicinity. Edmonton, Alberta: Lone Pine Publications.

Peterson, Roger Tory. (1989). Oiseaux de l'est de l'Amérique du Nord. La Prairie, Quebec: Les éditions Broquet.

Peterson, Roger Tory. (1980). A Field Guide to the Birds: A Completely New Guide to All the Birds of Eastern and Central North America. New York: Houghton Mifflin.

Robbins, Chandler S., B. Bruun, H.S. Zim, J. Latimer and A.B. Singer (illustrator). (2001). Birds of North America: A Guide to Field Identification. Golden Field Guide Series. New York: St. Martin's Press.


Endangered and Exotic Species
Ontario's Species at Risk. [Online]. Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Biology, Royal Ontario Museum. Updates unknown (Web site consulted July 11, 2001).
Bullet. http://www.rom.on.ca/ontario/risk.html
Nonindigenous Aquatic Species. [Online]. Biological Resources Division, United States Geological Survey, Department of the Interior. Last update May 25, 2001 (Web site consulted July 11, 2001).
Bullet. http://nas.er.usgs.gov


Fish
Bernatchez, L. and M. Giroux. (1991). Guide des poissons d'eau douce du Québec et leur dispersion dans l'est du Canada. La Prairie, Quebec: Les éditions Broquet.

Coad, Brian W. (1987). "Checklist of the Fishes of the Ottawa District". Trail and Landscape. Volume 21. Ottawa: 40-60.

McAllister, Don E. and Brian W. Coad. (1974). Fishes of Canada's National Capital/ Poissons de la région de la capitale du Canada. Miscellaneous Special Publication 24. Ottawa: Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Environment Canada.

Scott, W.B. and E.J. Crossman. (1973). Freshwater Fishes of Canada. Bulletin 184. Ottawa: Fisheries Research Board of Canada.


A lock on the Rideau River, near Manotick.
A lock on the Rideau River, near Manotick.
History of the Rideau River Canal System
(1998). A Capital in the Making. Ottawa: National Capital Commission.

(1996). Pour un avenir partagé. Rideau Canal Management Plan. Ottawa: Parks Canada.

Hooper Virtual Natural History Museum. [Online]. Ottawa-Carleton Geoscience Centre. Department of Earth Sciences, Carleton University and Department of Geological Sciences, Ottawa University. Updates unknown (Web site consulted July 16, 2007).
Bullet. http://hoopermuseum.earthsci.carleton.ca/lobby.html

Legget, Robert (1986). Rideau Waterway. 2nd edition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.


Invertebrates
A damselfly nymph of the genus Enallagma capturing a beetle.
A damselfly nymph of the genus Enallagma captures a beetle.
McGavin, George C. (1998). The Pocket Guide to Insects of the Northern Hemisphere. Singapore: Parkgate Books.


Molluscs
Clarke, Arthur H. (1981). Freshwater Molluscs of Canada. Ottawa: National Museum of Natural Sciences, National Museums of Canada.

 

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