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[1] Long Point Bird Observatory. [Online]. Canadian Migration Monitoring Network. Updates unknown (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).
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[2] Mills, Ed, J. Leach, J. Carlton and C. Secor. (1993). [Online]. "Exotic Species in the Great Lakes: A History of Biotic Crises and Anthropogenic Introductions". Journal of Great Lakes Research 19(1): 1-54. National Sea Grant Nonindigenous Species Site. Last updated November 5, 2001 (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).
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Bullet. http://sgnis.org/publicat/papers/19p4.pdf
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[3] List of Exotic Nuisance Species. [Online]. Environment Canada. Last updated December 21, 1999 (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).
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[6] Mills, Ed, Joseph Leach, James Carlton and Carol Secor. (1993). [Online]. "Exotic Species in the Great Lakes: A History of Biotic Crises and Anthropogenic Introductions". Journal of Great Lakes Research 19(1): 1-54. National Sea Grant Nonindigenous Species Site. Last updated November 5, 2001 (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).
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Bullet. http://sgnis.org/publicat/papers/19p4.pdf
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[7] (1918). The Ottawa Citizen May 29.

[8] Legget, R. (1986). Rideau Waterway. Second edition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

[9] Phelps, A., C.B. Renaud and F. Chapleau. (2000). "First Record of a Freshwater Drum, Aplodinotus grunniens, in the Rideau River". Canadian Field-Naturalist (Ottawa) 114(1): 121-125.

[10] Rideau River Fisheries Assessment Report (Index Netting, Nursery Habitat Inventory, Contaminant and Fall Drawdown Monitoring) 1995-1997. (1998). Surface Water Quality Branch, Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton.

[11] Canadian Water Quality Guidelines for the Protection of Aquatic Life: Summary Tables. (1999). [Online]. Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment. Last updated September 27, 2001 (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).
[12] Canadian Sediment Quality Guidelines for the Protection of Aquatic Life: Summary Tables. (1999). [Online]. Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment. Last updated September 27, 2001 (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).
[13] North American Freshwater Clams. [Online]. Great Lakes Science Center, United States Geological Survey, Department of the Interior. Last updated January 30, 2001 (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).

[14] Pathy, D., D. Spooner, J. Madill and A. Martel. (1998). Preliminary Report on the Diversity of Native Freshwater Mussels (Unionidae) of the Rideau River. Ottawa: Canadian Museum of Nature.

[15] Guidelines for Recreational Water Quality. (1992). [Online]. Health Canada. Last updated September 21, 2006 (Web site consulted July 16, 2007).
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Bullet. http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ewh-semt/alt_formats/hecs-sesc/pdf/pubs/water-eau/guide_water-1992-2-guide_eau_e.pdf
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[16] About the Roundtable. (2000). [Online]. The Rideau River Roundtable, Restore the Rideau, The Environment Committee of Ottawa South. Updates unknown (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).
[17] Ecosystem Health? [Online]. Compendium of Ecosystem Health Goals, Objectives and Indicators, The Green Lane, Environment Canada. Last updated May 1, 1999 (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).

[18] Renaud, C. B. and A. Phelps. (2001). "A Pacu/ Piranha in the Rideau Canal". Trail and Landscape35(2): 86-89.

[19] Renaud, C. B. and A. Phelps (1999). "Oscar-winning Catch". Trail and Landscape 33(4): 178-180.

[20] Renaud, C. B. and A. Phelps (2001). "A Pacu/ Piranha in the Rideau Canal". Trail and Landscape 35(2): 86-89.

[21] Gupta, S. (1998). [Online]. "Cyanobacterial toxins: Microcystin-LR". Guidelines for Drinking Water Quality. Second edition. Protection of the Human Environment, World Health Organization: 95-110. Updated daily (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).
[22] Frogwatch-Ontario. [Online]. Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network, Environment Canada. Last update March 4, 2002 (Web site consulted July 16, 2007).
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[23] Landowner Resource Centre and the Mutual Association for the Protection of Lake Environments in Ontario. (1995). [Online]. Preserving and Restoring Natural Shorelines. Extension Notes. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Last updated in October 2001 (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).
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[24] About the Roundtable. (2000). [Online]. The Rideau River Roundtable, Restore the Rideau, The Environment Committee of Ottawa South. Updates unknown (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).

[25] Legget, R. (1986). Rideau Waterway. Second edition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

[26] (1998). A Capital in the Making. Ottawa: National Capital Commission.

[27] Legget, R. (1986). Rideau Waterway. Second edition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

[28] Finkelstein, Maxwell W. [Online]. Introduction: Canadian Heritage Rivers. Parks Canada, Canadian Heritage. Last updated May 29, 2001 (Web site consulted December 8, 2001).
[29] Kelso, J.R.M., R.J. Steedman and S. Stoddart. (1996). [Online]. "Historical Causes of Change in Great Lakes Fish Stocks and the Implications for Ecosystem Rehabilitation". Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. National Research Council Scientific Press, National Research Council Canada. Volume 53, Supplement S1: 10-19.
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[30] Parent, Sylvain. (1990). Dictionnaire des sciences de l'environnement. Saint-Constant, Quebec: Les éditions Broquet.

[31] Shine, Clare, N. Williams and L. Gündling. (2000). A Guide to Designing Legal and Institutional Frameworks on Alien Invasive Species. Gland, Switzerland: International Union for the Conservation of Nature.

[32] Washington, H.G. (1984). "Diversity, Biotic and Similarity Indices. A Review with Special Relevance to Aquatic Ecosystems". Water Research 18(6): 653-694.

[33] Mosquin, Ted, P. Whiting and D.E. McAllister. (1995). Canada's Biodiversity: The Variety of Life, Its Status, Economic Benefits, Conservation Costs and Unmet Needs. Ottawa: Canadian Museum of Nature.

[34] Heywood, Vernon H., ed. (1995). Global Biodiversity Assessment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

[35] Eschmeyer, William N. (1998). Catalog of Fishes. San Francisco: California Academy of Sciences.

[36] (1999). Conversations among Canadian Museum of Nature scientists: Brian Coad, Francis Cook, Michel Gosselin and Donna Naughton.

 

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