Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Bailey, S., J.A. Hoyle, N.E. Mandrak, and O. Johannsson. 2017. A chronicle of nonindigenous species in the Bay of Quinte, Lake Ontario. J. Aquat. Eco. Health Mgt. (in press)
  2. Mandrak, N.E. 2017. Fish species at risk in the Bay of Quinte and vicinity. J. Aquat. Eco. Health Mgt. (in press)
  3. Gray, S.M., L.H. McDonnell, N.E. Mandrak, and L.J. Chapman. 2016. Species-specific effects of turbidity on the physiology of imperiled blackline shiners (Notropis spp.) in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Endangered Species Research 31:271-277.
  4. Kim, J. and N.E. Mandrak. 2016. Assessing the potential movement of invasive fishes through the Welland Canal. Journal of Great Lakes Research.
  5. Boothroyd, M., N.E. Mandrak, M. Fox, and C.C. Wilson. 2016. Environmental DNA (eDNA) detection and habitat occupancy of threatened spotted gar (Lepisosteus oculatus). Aquatic Conserv: Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst. DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2617DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2617
  6. Lodge, D.M. and 24 authors, including N.E. Mandrak. 2016. Risk analysis and bioeconomics of invasive species to inform policy and management. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 41(1): 453-488.
  7. Marcogliese, D., A. Gendron, J. Forest, W. Li; K. Boyce, F. El-Shehabi; A. Drake, N.E. Mandrak; J.Sherry, and D. McLaughlin. 2016. Expansion of the Asian fish tapeworm in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River with notes on infections in baitfish. Journal of Great Lakes Research. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jglr.2016.05.008
  8. Woodford, D.J., D.M. Richardson, H.J. MacIsaac, N.E. Mandrak, B.W. van Wilgen, J.R.U. Wilson, and O.L.F. Weyl. 2016. Confronting the wicked problem of managing biological invasions. Neobiota. doi: 10.3897/neobiota.31.10038.
  9. Chu, C., C.K. Minns, N.P. Lester, and N.E. Mandrak. 2015. An updated assessment of human activities, the environment, and freshwater fish diversity in Canada. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 72: 1-14. 10.1139/cjfas-2013-0609 (early online; Editor’s Choice).
  10. Drake, D.A.R., R. Burngart, T. Dobson, and N.E. Mandrak. 2015. Can we predict risky human behaviour involving invasive species? A case study of the release of fishes to the wild. Biological Invasions 17: 309-326.
  11. Ginson, R., R.P. Walter, N.E. Mandrak, C.L. Beneteau, and D.D. Heath. 2015. Hierarchical analysis of genetic structure in the habitat-specialist Eastern Sand Darter (Ammocrypta pellucida). Ecology and Evolution 5: 695-708.
  12. Glass, W.R., R.P. Walter, D.D. Heath, N.E. Mandrak, and L.D. Corkum. 2015. Genetic structure and diversity of spotted gar (Lepisosteus oculatus) at its northern range edge: implications for conservation. Conserv. Genet. DOI 10.1007/s10592-015-0708-2
  13. Howeth, J.G., C.A. Gantz, P.L. Angermeier, E.A. Frimprong, M.H. Hoff, R.P. Keller, N.E. Mandrak, M.P. Marchetti, J.D. Olden, C.M. Romagosa, and D.M. Lodge. 2015. Predicting invasiveness of species in trade: climate match, trophic guild, and fecundity influence invasion success of nonnative freshwater fishes. Diversity and Distributions. DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12391
  14. Mandrak, N.E., and B.C. Cudmore. 2015. Risk assessment: cornerstone of an aquatic invasive species program. J. Aquat. Eco. Health Mgt. 18: 312-320.
  15. MacIsaac, H.J.,  B. Beric, S.A. Bailey, N.E. Mandrak, and A. Ricciardi. 2015. Are the Great Lakes at risk of new fish invasions from trans-Atlantic shipping? J. Great Lakes Res. (early online: DOI 10.1016/j.jglr.2015.07.004)
  16. Dextrase, A.J., N.E. Mandrak, and J.A. Schaefer. 2014. Modelling occupancy of an imperilled stream fish at multiple scales while accounting for imperfect detection: implications for conservation. Freshwater Biology 59: 1799-1815.
  17. Drake, D.A.R., and N.E. Mandrak. 2014. Bycatch, bait, anglers, and roads: quantifying vector activity and propagule introduction risk across lake ecosystems.  Ecological Applications 24: 877–894.
  18. Drake, D.A.R., and N.E. Mandrak. 2014. Ecological risk associated with live bait fisheries: a new angle on selective fishing. Fisheries 39: 201-211.
  19. Granados, M., N.E. Mandrak, and D. Jackson. 2014. Synthesizing reference conditions for highly degraded areas through best professional judgement. J. Great Lakes Res. 40 (Suppl. 2): 37-42.
  20. Gray, S.M., F.B.E. Bieber, L.H. McDonnell, L.J. Chapman, and N.E.Mandrak. 2014. Experimental evidence for species-specific response to turbidity in imperilled fishes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24: 546–560.
  21. McCusker, M., N.E. Mandrak, N. Lovejoy. 2014. Population structure and conservation genetic assessment of the Endangered Pugnose Shiner, Notropis anogenus. Conservation Genetics 15:343–353.
  22. McCusker, M., N.E. Mandrak, S. Doka, J. van Wieren; J.E McKenna; D.M. Carlson, N. Lovejoy. 2014. Estimating the distribution of the Endangered Pugnose Shiner (Notropis anogenus) in the St. Lawrence River using a habitat model. J. Great Lakes Res. 40: 980–988
  23. Roseman, E.F., P.A. Thompson, J.M Farrell, N.E. Mandrak, and C.A. Stepien. 2014. Conservation and management of fisheries and aquatic communities in Great Lakes connecting channels. J. Great Lakes Res. 40 (Suppl. 2): 1-6.
  24. Bunt, C.M., T. Heiman, and N.E. Mandrak. 2013. Ontogeny of larval and juvenile Black Redhorse (Moxostoma duquesnei). Copeia 2013 (1):121–126.
  25. Blanchet, S., Y. Reyjol, J. April, N.E. Mandrak, M.A. Rodríguez, L. Bernatchez, and P. Magnan. 2013. Phenotypic and phylogenetic correlates of geographic range size in Canadian freshwater fishes.Global Ecology and Biogeography 22(9):1083-1094.
  26. Bunt, C.M., N.E. Mandrak, D.C. Eddy, S.A. Choo-Wing, T.G. Heiman, and E. Taylor. 2013. Habitat utilization, movement and use of groundwater seepages by larval and juvenile Black Redhorse, Moxostoma duquesnei Environ. Biol. Fish. 96:1281–1287
  27. Drake, D.A.R., and N.E. Mandrak. 2013. Harvest models and stock co-occurrence: probabilistic methods for estimating bycatch Reviews in Fish and Fisheries. 20(8):2286-2299.
  28. Page, L.M., H. Espinosa-Perez, L.T. Findley, C.R. Gilbert, R.N. Lea, N.E. Mandrak, and R.L. Mayden. 2013.  New seventh edition of Common and Scientific Names of Fishes.  Fisheries 38(4):188-189.
  29. Schwalb, A.N., T.J. Morris, N.E. Mandrak, and K. Cottenie.  2013. Distribution of freshwater unionid mussels depends the distribution of host fishes at a regional scale. Diversity and Distributions 19: 446-454.
  30. Beneteau, C.L., R.P. Walter, N.E. Mandrak, and D.D. Heath. 2012. Range expansion by invasion: genetic characterization of invasion of the greenside darter (Etheostoma blennioides) at the northern edge of its distribution. Biological Invasions 14(1):191-201.
  31. Glass, W.R., L.D. Corkum, and N.E. Mandrak. 2012. Spring and summer distribution and habitat use by adult threatened Spotted Gar in Rondeau Bay, Ontario, using radiotelemetry. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141: 1026-1035.
  32. Gray, S.M., L.J. Chapman, and N.E. Mandrak. 2012. Turbidity reduces hatching success in Threatened Spotted Gar (Lepisosteus oculatus). Environmental Biology of Fishes 94:689–694.
  33. Harford, W.J., A.M. Muir, C. Harpur, S.S. Crawford, S. Parker, and N.E. Mandrak. 2012. Seasonal distribution of bloater (Coregonus hoyi) in the waters of Lake Huron surrounding the Bruce Peninsula. J. Great Lakes Res. 38(2):381-389.
  34. Docker, M.F., N.E. Mandrak, and D.D. Heath. 2012. Contemporary gene flow between “paired” silver (Ichthyomyzon unicuspis) and northern brook (I. fossor) lampreys: Implications for conservation. Conservation Genetics 13(3):823-835.
  35. Nett, J.H.G., T.B. Campbell, N.E. Mandrak, and S.D. Tiegs. 2012.  Detecting invasive Round Goby in wadeable streams: a comparison of gear types. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32(2):360-364.
  36. Poos, M., D. Lawrie, C.Tu, D.A. Jackson, and N.E. Mandrak. 2012. Estimating local and regional population sizes for an endangered minnow, redside dace (Clinostomus elongatus), in Canada. Aquatic Conservation:Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22(1):47-57.
  37. Glass, W.R., L.D. Corkum, and N.E. Mandrak. 2011. Pectoral fin ray aging: an evaluation of a non-lethal method for aging gars and its application to a population of the threatened Spotted Gar. Environmental Biology of Fishes 90(3):235-242.
  38. Trumpickas, J., N.E. Mandrak, and A. Ricciardi. 2011. Nearshore fish assemblages associated with introduced predators in lakes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 21:338-347.
  39. Drake, D. A. R., and N. E. Mandrak. 2010. Least-cost transportation networks predict spatial interaction of invasion vectors. Ecological Applications 20(8):2286-2299.
  40. Hedges, K.J., M.A. Koops, N.E. Mandrak and O.E. Johannsson. 2010. Use of aquatic protected areas in the management of large lakes. J. Aquat. Eco. Health Manag. 13(2):135-142.
  41. Lapointe, N.W.R., L.D. Corkum, and N.E. Mandrak. 2010. Macrohabitat associations of fishes in shallow waters of the Detroit River. Journal of Fish Biology 76:446–466.
  42. Mandrak, N. E. and Cudmore, B. 2010. The fall of native fishes and the rise of non-native fishes in the Great Lakes Basin. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 13(3):255-268.
  43. Beneteau, C.L., N.E. Mandrak, and D.D. Heath. 2009. The effects of river barriers and range expansion of the population genetic structure and stability in Greenside Darter (Etheostoma blennioides) populations. Conserv. Genetics 10(2):477-487.
  44. Munawar, M., N.E. Mandrak, I.F. Munawar, and. M. Fitzpatrick. 2009. How are the North American Great Lakes coping with multiple stressors? Comparison of lakes Ontario and Superior. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 30 (7):1013–1019.
  45. Pitcher, T.E., Beneteau C.L., Walter, R.P., Wilson, C.C., Mandrak, N.E., Heath, D.D. 2009. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite loci in redside dace (Clinostomus elongatus). Conservation Genetics Resources 1:381-383.
  46. Reid S.M., and N.E. Mandrak. 2009.  Effect of diel period and season on seining effort required to detect   changes in Lake Erie beach fish assemblages. Environ. Monit. Assess. 153:73-82
  47. Abell, R. et al. (including N.E. Mandrak). 2008. Freshwater ecoregions of the world: biogeographic units for freshwater biodiversity conservation. Bioscience 58(5):403-414.
  48. Carswell, J. D., K. Gardiner, M. Bertolotto, A. Rizzini and N. Mandrak. 2008. A web-based and mobile environmental management system. Journal of Environmental Informatics 12(1):9-20.
  49. Chu, C., N.E. Jones, N.E. Mandrak, A.R. Piggott and C.K. Minns. 2008. The influence of air temperature,   groundwater discharge and climate change on the thermal diversity of stream fishes in southern Ontario watersheds. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 65:297-308.
  50. Dopazo, S.N., L.D. Corkum and N.E. Mandrak. 2008. Fish assemblages and environmental variables associated with gobiids in the Huron-Erie corridor of the lower Great Lakes. J. Great Lakes Res. 34(3):450-460.
  51. Drake, D.A.R., M. Power, M.A. Koops, S.E. Doka and N.E. Mandrak. 2008. Environmental factors affecting growth of Eastern Sand Darter. Can. J. Zool. 86(7):714-722.
  52. Gerson, H., B. Cudmore, N.E. Mandrak, L.D. Coote, K.Farr and G. Baillargeon. 2008. Monitoring international wildlife trade with coded species data. Cons. Biol. 22:4-7.
  53. Gerson, H., B. Cudmore, N.E. Mandrak, L.D. Coote, K.Farr and G. Baillargeon. 2008. Use of the Taxonomic Serial Number (TSN) as a required data element in international wildlife trade: Response to Fragoso and Ferriss. Conserv. Biol. 22:1651-1654.
  54. Hubert, N., R. Hanner, E. Holm, N.E. Mandrak, E. Taylor, et al. 2008. Identifying Canadian freshwater fishes through DNA barcodes. PLoS ONE 3(6):e2490.
  55. Jelks, H.L., S.J. Walsh, N.M. Burkhead, S.Contreras-Balderas, E. Díaz-Pardo, D.A. Hendrickson, J. Lyons, N.E. Mandrak, F. McCormick, J.S. Nelson, S.P. Platania, B.A. Porter, C.B. Renaud, J. J. Schmitter-Soto, E.B. Taylor, and M.L. Warren, Jr. 2008. Conservation status of imperiled North American freshwater and diadromous fishes. Fisheries 33(8):372-407.
  56. Minns, C.K., J.E. Moore, B.J. Shuter and N.E. Mandrak. 2008. A preliminary national analysis of some key characteristics of Canadian lakes.  Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 65: 1763–1778.
  57. Poos, M.S., N.E. Mandrak and R.L. McLaughlin. 2008. A practical framework for selecting between single species, multi-species, and ecosystem-based recovery plans for imperilled species. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 65:2656-2666.
  58. Reid S.M. and N.E. Mandrak. 2008. Historical changes in the distribution of Threatened channel darter (Percina copelandi) in Lake Erie with general observations on the beach fish assemblage. J. Great Lakes Res. 34(2):324-333.
  59. Reid, S.M., C.C. Wilson, N.E. Mandrak, and L.M. Carl. 2008. Population structure and genetic diversity of black redhorse (Moxostoma duquesnei) in a highly fragmented watershed. Conserv. Genet. 9:531–546.
  60. Reid S.M., and N.E. Mandrak. 2008.  Lake Erie beaches: diel variation in fish assemblage structure and implications for monitoring. Hydrobiologia 618:139–148.
  61. Reid S.M., N.E. Mandrak, L.M. Carl and C.C. Wilson. 2008. Influence of dams and habitat condition on the distribution of redhorse (Moxostoma) species in the Grand River watershed, Ontario. Environ. Biol Fish. 81:111–125.
  62. Sheldon, T.A., N.E. Mandrak, and N.R. Lovejoy. 2008. Biogoegraphy of the deepwater sculpin   (Myoxoxcephalus thompsonii), a Nearctic glacial relict. Can. J. Zool. 86(2):108-115.
  63. Stammler, K.L., R.L. McLaughlin and N.E. Mandrak. 2008. Streams modified for drainage provide fish habitat   in agricultural areas. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 65: 509-522.
  64. Herborg, L-M., N.E. Mandrak, B. Cudmore, and H.J. MacIsaac. 2007. Comparative distribution and invasion risk of snakehead and Asian carp species in North America. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 64:1723-1735.
  65. Neave, F. B., N. E. Mandrak, M. F. Docker and D. L. Noakes. 2007. Differentiating sympatric Ichthyomyzon  ammocoetes using meristic, morphological, pigmentation and gonad analyses. Can J. Zool. 85:549-560.
  66. Lapointe, N.W.R., L.D. Corkum, and N.E. Mandrak. 2007.Seasonal and ontogenic shifts in microhabitat selection by fishes in the shallow waters of the Detroit River, a large connecting channel. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 136:155-166.
  67. Leung, B., and N.E. Mandrak. 2007. The risk of establishment of aquatic invasive species: joining invasibility and propagule pressure. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series 274:2603-2609.
  68. Poos, M.S., N. E. Mandrak and R. L. McLaughlin. 2007. Effectiveness of two common sampling methods for assessing imperiled freshwater fishes. Journal of Fish Biology 70:691–708.
  69. Beneteau, C.L., N.E. Mandrak and D.D. Heath. 2006. Characterization of eight polymorphic microsatellite DNA markers for the greenside darter, Etheostoma blennioides (Percidae). Molecular Ecology Notes 7:641-643.
  70. Dextrase, A. and N.E. Mandrak. 2006. Impacts of invasive alien species on freshwater fauna at risk in Canada. Biological Invasions 8:13–24.
  71. Lapointe, N.W.R., L.D. Corkum, and N.E. Mandrak. 2006. A comparison of methods for sampling fish diversity in shallow offshore waters of large rivers. N. Amer. J. Fish. Manage. 26: 503-513.
  72. Lapointe, N.W.R., L.D. Corkum and N.E. Mandrak. 2006. Point sampling by boat electrofishing- a test of the effort required to assess fish communities. N. Amer. J. Fish. Manage. 26:793-799.
  73. Minns, C.K., N.E. Mandrak and M. Munawar. 2006. Preface. Journal of Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management, 9(4):387–389.
  74. Neave, F.B., N.E. Mandrak, M.F. Docker and D.L. Noakes. 2006. Effects of preservation on pigmentation and length measurements in larval lampreys. J. Fish Biol. 68(4):991-1001.
  75. Nelson, J.S., H. Espinosa-Perez, L.T. Findley, C.R. Gilbert, R.N. Lea, N.E. Mandrak and J.D. Williams. 2006. Comment on the proposed reinstatement of the specific name Sphyraena acus. Bull. Zool. Nomen. 63(Part 1).
  76. Nelson, J.S., H. Espinosa-Perez, L.T. Findley, C.R. Gilbert, R.N. Lea, N.E. Mandrak and J.D. Williams. 2006. Corrections to, “Common and Scientific Names of Fishes from the United States, Canada and Mexico, 6th ed.”. Copeia 2006: 559-562.
  77. Nelson, J.S., H. Espinosa-Perez, L.T. Findley, C.R. Gilbert, R.N. Lea, N.E. Mandrak and J.D. Williams. 2006. Corrections to, “Common and Scientific Names of Fishes from the United States, Canada and Mexico, 6th ed.”. Fisheries 31(3): 138-140.
  78. Chu, C., N.E. Mandrak and C.K. Minns. 2005. Potential impacts of climate change on the distribution of common and rare freshwater fishes in Canada. Distribution and Diversity 11 (4):299-310.
  79. Munawar, M., I.F. Munawar, N.E. Mandrak, M. Fitzpatrick, R. Dermott and J. Leach. 2005. An overview of the impact of non-indigenous species on the food web integrity of North American Great Lakes: Lake Erie example. J. Aquat. Ecosyst. Health Manag. 8:1-21.
  80. Fraser, B., N.E. Mandrak and R.L. McLaughlin. 2005. Lack of morphological differentiation of two species of Blacknose Dace (Rhinichthys atratulus and R. obtusus) in Canada. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83:1502–1509.
  81. Carswell, J.D., K. Gardiner, M. Bertolotto and N.E. Mandrak. 2004. Applications of mobile computing for fish species at risk management. Environmental Informatics Archives 2:413-421.
  82. Vander Zanden, M.J., J.D. Olden, N.E. Mandrak and J.H.Thorne. 2004. Predicting the occurrence and impact of bass introductions on lake trout in central Ontario lakes. Ecological Applications 14(1):132–148.
  83. Chu, C., C.K. Minns, and N.E. Mandrak. 2003. Comparative regional assessment of factors impacting freshwater fish resources in Canada. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 60: 624-634.
  84. Eberle, M.E., E.G. Hargett, T.L. Wenke, and N.E. Mandrak. 2002. Changes in fish assemblages, Solomon River basin, Kansas: habitat alterations, extirpations, and introductions. Trans. Kan. Acad. Sci. 105: 178-192.
  85. Hoofer, S.R., J.R. Choate, and N.E. Mandrak. 1999. Mensural discrimination between Reithrodontomys megalotis and R. montanus. J. Mammology 80(1): 91-101.
  86. Mandrak, N.E. and W.R. Ramshaw. 1998. The status of the Eastern Silvery Minnow, Hybognathus regius, in Canada. Can. Field-Nat. 112:141-146.
  87. Holm, E. and N.E. Mandrak. 1996. The status of the Eastern Sand Darter, Ammocrypta pellucida, in Canada. Can. Field-Nat. 110:462-469.
  88. Mandrak, N.E. and E.J. Crossman. 1996. The status of the Lake Chubsucker, Erimyzon sucetta, in Canada. Can. Field-Nat. 110: 478-482.
  89. Mandrak, N.E. 1995. Biogeographic patterns of fish species richness in Ontario lakes in relation to historical and environmental factors. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 52: 1462-1474.
  90. Murphy, R.W., V. Kovac, O. Haddrath, G. Allen, A. Fishbein and N.E. Mandrak. 1995. mtDNA gene   sequence, allozyme, and morphological stability among red diamond rattlesnakes, Crotalus ruber and  Crotalus exsul. Can. J. Zool. 73:270-281.
  91. Litvak, M.K. and N.E. Mandrak. 1993. The ecology of the freshwater baitfish industry in Canada and the United States. Fisheries 18(12):6-13.
  92. Mandrak, N.E. and E.J. Crossman. 1992. Postglacial dispersal of freshwater fishes into Ontario. Can. J. Zool. 70:2247-2259.
  93. Mandrak, N.E. 1991. Review of Dynamic Biogeography. Can. Field-Nat. 106:620-621.
  94. Mandrak, N.E. 1989. Potential invasion of the Great Lakes by fish species associated with climatic warming. J. Great Lakes Res. 15:306‑316.

Books and/or Chapters

  1. Eshenroder, R.L, Vecsei, P., Gorman, O.T., Yule, D.L., Pratt, T.C., Mandrak, N.E., Bunnell, D.B., and Muir, A.M. 2016. Ciscoes (Coregonus, subgenus Leucichthys) of the Laurentian Great Lakes and Lake Nipigon [online]. Great Lakes Fishery Commission Miscellaneous Publication 2016-01. Ann Arbor, MI. 141 pp. Available from: http://www.glfc.org/pubs/misc/Ciscoes_of_the_Laurentian_Great_Lakes_and_Lake_Nipigon.pdf [accessed 28 November 2016].
  2. Post, J.R., N. Mandrak, and M. Burridge. 2016. Canadian freshwater fishes, fisheries and their management, south of 60°N. pp. 151-165 In: Freshwater Fisheries Ecology. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, UK.
  3. Drake, D.A.R., and N.E. Mandrak. 2014. How will invasive species impact the future of fisheries? Pp. 401-407 in W.W. Taylor, A.J. Lynch, and N.J. Leonard (eds.), Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals. American Fisheries Society Publication, Bethesda, MD.
  4. Page, L.,  H. Espinosa, L.T. Findley, C.R. Gilbert, R.N. Lea, N.E. Mandrak, R.L. Mayden, and J.S. Nelson. 2013. Common and scientific names of fishes from the United States, Canada and Mexico. 7th Edition. American Fisheries Society Special Publication 24.  Bethesda, MD, USA.
  5. Mandrak, N.E. and B.C. Cudmore. 2013. Fish species at risk and non-native fishes in the Great Lakes Basin: Past, Present and Future pp. 167-202 In: Taylor, W.W., A.J., Lynch, and N.J. Leonard (eds). Great Lakes Policy and Management, Second Edition. Great Lakes Fishery Commission, Ann Arbor, MI.
  6. Roth, B.M., N.E. Mandrak, T. Hrabik, G.G. Sass, and J. Peters. 2013. Fishes and decapod crustaceans of the Great Lakes basin. pp. 105-135 In: Taylor, W.W., A.J., Lynch, and N.J. Leonard (eds). Great Lakes Policy and Management. Great Lakes Fishery Commission, Ann Arbor, MI.
  7. Cudmore, B. and N.E. Mandrak. 2011. Assessing the risk of Asian carps in Canada. pp.15-30 In: D. Chapman and M. Hoff (eds.). Asian Carp International Symposium.  American Fisheries Society Special Publication 76, Bethesda MD.
  8. Holm, E., N.E. Mandrak and M. Burridge. 2009. The field guide to freshwater fishes of Ontario. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, ON. 464 pp.
  9. Renaud, C.B., M. F. Docker and N.E. Mandrak. 2009. Taxonomy, distribution and conservation of lampreys in Canada. In Biology and Conservation of lampreys in North America. American Fisheries Society Special Publication. Bethesda, MD. American Fisheries Society Symposium 72:293–309.
  10. Mandrak, N.E. and K.E. Brodribb. 2006. How well do parks protect fish species at risk in Ontario? pp. 205-220 In: G. Nelson et al. (eds). Protected areas and species and ecosystems at risk: research and planning challenges. Proceedings of the Parks Research Forum of Ontario Annual Meeting 2005. Parks Research Forum of Ontario, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON.
  11. Staton, S.K. and N.E. Mandrak. 2006. Focusing conservation efforts for freshwater biodiversity. Pp. 197-204 In: G. Nelson et al. (eds). Protected areas and species and ecosystems at risk: research and planning challenges. Proceedings of the Parks Research Forum of Ontario Annual Meeting 2005. Parks Research Forum of Ontario, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON.
  12. Mandrak, N.E., and E.J. Crossman. 2003. Fishes of Algonquin Park. Friends of Algonquin, Whitney, ON.
  13. Wilson, C.C. and N.E. Mandrak. 2003. History and evolution of lake trout in shield lakes: past and future challenges. pp. 21- 35 In: J.M. Gunn, R.J. Steedman and R.A. Ryder (eds.). Boreal shield watersheds: lake trout ecosystems in a changing environment.  Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, Fl.
  14. Jackson, D.A. and N.E. Mandrak. 2002. Changing fish biodiversity: predicting the loss of cyprinid biodiversity due to global climate change. pp. 89-98 In: McGinn, N.A. (ed.). Fisheries in a changing climate. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 32, Bethesda, MD.
  15. Litvak, M.K., and N.E. Mandrak. 1999. Baitfish trade as a vector of aquatic introductions. In: R. Claudi and J.  Leach (eds.). Non-indigneous freshwater organisms: vectors, biology, and impacts. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL.
  16. Mandrak, N.E. and E.J. Crossman. 1992. A checklist of Ontario freshwater fishes annotated with distribution maps.  Roy. Ont. Mus. Life Sci. Publ., Toronto, ON. 184 pp.

Reports

  1. Bogutskaya, N., Jones, L.A., Mandrak, N.E., and Cudmore, B. 2017. Annotated bibliography of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) from Russian-language literature. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2016/094. iv + 44 p.
  2. Cudmore, B., Jones, L.A., Mandrak, N.E., Dettmers, J.M., Chapman, D.C., Kolar, C.S, and Conover, G. 2017. Ecological Risk Assessment of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella) for the Great Lakes Basin. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2016/118. vi + 115 p.
  3. Currie, W.J.S., Kim, J., Koops, M.A., Mandrak, N.E., O’Connor, L.M., Pratt, T.C., Timusk, E., and Choy, M. 2017. Modelling spread and assessing movement of Grass Carp, Ctenopharyngodon idella, in the Great Lakes Basin. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2016/114. v + 31 p.
  4. Jones, L.A., Drake, D.A.R., Mandrak, N.E., Jerde, C.L., Wittmann, M.E., Lodge, D.M., van der Lee, A.S., Johnson, T.B., and Koops, M.A. 2017. Modelling survival and establishment of Grass Carp, Ctenopharyngodon idella, in the Great Lakes basin. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2016/101. vi + 52 p.
  5. Jones, L.A., Mandrak, N.E., and Cudmore, B. 2017. Updated (2003–2015) biological synopsis of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella). DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2016/102. iv + 63 p.
  6. Montgomery, F.A., Mandrak, N.E., and Reid, S.M. 2017. A Modelling-based Assessment of the Impacts of Drain Maintenance on Fish Species-at-Risk Habitat in Little Bear Creek, Ontario. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2016/092. v + 20 p.
  7. Casselman, J.M., Colm, J.E., and Mandrak, N.E. 2016.  Age and growth interpretation of Grass Pickerel (Esox americanus vermiculatus) in two northern populations. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2016/nnn. vi + 17 p.
  8. Coker, G.A., Ming, D.L., and Mandrak, N.E. 2016. Review considerations and mitigation guide for habitat of the Grass Pickerel (Esox americanus vermiculatus). Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. nnn. v+21 p.
  9. Drake, D.A.R., S.A. Bailey, and N.E. Mandrak. 2016. Ecological risk assessment of recreational boating in the Great Lakes basin as a pathway for the secondary spread of aquatic invasive species. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2016/nnn. vi + 100 p.
  10. Glass, W.R., Gaspardy, R., Barnucz, J., Bouvier, L.D., and Mandrak, N.E. Silver Shiner (Notropis photogenis) in Ontario: distribution and habitat use. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 3105 iv+27 p.
  11. Glass, W.R., Rook, N.A., Ratajczyk, E., and Mandrak, N.E. 2016. Effect of drain maintenance and reconstruction on the abundance and habitat of Grass Pickerel (Esox americanus vermiculatus) in Beaver Creek, Ontario.   DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2016/nnn. vi + 32 p.
  12. Mandrak, N.E. 2016. COSEWIC Status appraisal summary for Shortnose Cisco (Coregonus reighardi). Submitted to COSEWIC. 15 pp.
  13. Marson, S., Marson, D, Bouvier, L.D., Mandrak, N.E. 2016. Sampling the fish community of Big Creek, Norfolk County, Ontario, 2008. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 3106: iv + 17 p.
  14. Rook, N.A., Mandrak, N.E., Reid, S.M., and Barnucz, J. 2016. Evaluation of the effects of habitat restoration on fish species at risk within Crown Marsh, Long Point Bay, Lake Erie, Ontario. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2016/059. v + 33 p.
  15. Barnucz, J., Mandrak, N.E., Bouvier, L.D., Gaspardy, R., Price, D.A. 2015. Impacts of dredging on fish species at risk in Lake St. Clair, Ontario. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2015/018. v + 12 p.
  16. DFO. 2015. Fish exclusion options for aquatic species at risk for drainage activities in Little Bear Creek, Ontario. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Sci. Resp. 2015/036.
  17. Drake, D.A.R., S.A. Bailey, and N.E. Mandrak. 2015. Predicting the secondary spread of aquatic invasive species through ballast water and recreational boating in the Great Lakes Basin. Completion Report submitted to the Great Lakes Fishery Commission. 55 pp.
  18. Watkinson, D., T. Pratt, and N.E. Mandrak. 2015. COSEWIC update status report for River Darter (Percina shumardi). Submitted to COSEWIC. xxiii + 28 pp.
  19. Dextrase, A.J., Mandrak, N.E., Barnucz, J., Bouvier, L.D., Gaspardy, R., Reid, S.M. 2014. Sampling effort required to detect fishes at risk in Ontario. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 3024: v + 50 p.
  20. Colm, J. and N.E. Mandrak. 2014. COSEWIC Status appraisal summary for Grass Pickerel (Esox americanus vermiculatus). Submitted to COSEWIC. 15 pp.
  21. Glass, W. and N.E. Mandrak. 2014. COSEWIC Status appraisal summary for Spotted Gar (Lepisosteus oculatus). Submitted to COSEWIC. 15 pp.
  22. Glass, W. and N.E. Mandrak. 2014. COSEWIC update status report for Spotted Gar (Lepisosteus oculatus). Submitted to COSEWIC. x + 38 pp.
  23. Glass, W.R. and Mandrak, N.E. 2014. Distribution of Spotted Gar (Lepisosteus oculatus) adults and juveniles in the Rondeau Bay, Long Point Bay, and Hamilton Harbour watersheds. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 3048: iii + 21 p.
  24. Glass, W.R., Mandrak, N.E. and M.A. Koops. 2014. Application of the Ecologically Significant Species Criteria to the aquatic community of the Bay of Quinte, Lake Ontario. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2014/043. v + 32 p.
  25. Mandrak, N.E. and L. Bouvier. 2014. COSEWIC Status appraisal summary for Spotted Sucker (Minytrema melanops). Submitted to COSEWIC. 15 pp.
  26. Mandrak, N.E., Boyko, A.L, and S.S. Staton. 2014. Assessment of information required for the identification of critical habitat for Northern Madtom (Noturus stigmosus), Spotted Gar (Lepisosteus oculatus), Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) and Pugnose Shiner (Notropis anogenus) in Canada. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2014/059. v + 44 p.
  27. Gantz, C., Mandrak, N.E., and Keller, R.P. 2013.  Application of an aquatic plant risk assessment to non-indigenous freshwater plants in trade in Canada. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2013/nnn. v + 24 p.
  28. Mandrak, N.E., Gantz, C., Jones, L.A., Marson, D., and Cudmore, B. 2013.  Evaluation of five freshwater fish risk assessment protocols and application to non-indigenous organisms in trade in Canada. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2013/nnn. v + 127 p.
  29. Schroeder, B., Mandrak, N.E., and Cudmore, B.C.  2013.  Application of a freshwater mollusc risk assessment to non-indigenous organisms in trade in Canada.  DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2013/nnn. vi + 27p.
  30. Bouvier, L.D., and N.E. Mandrak. 2013. Information in support of a Recovery Potential Assessment of Pugnose Minnow (Opsopoeodus emiliae) in Canada. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2012/135. v + 26 p.
  31. Bouvier, L.D., B.S. Schroeder, and N.E. Mandrak. 2013. Information in support of a Recovery Potential Assessment of Silver Shiner (Notropis photogenis) in Canada. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2012/130. iv + 33 p.
  32. DFO. 2013. Proceedings of the regional Science Advisory Process on the Recovery Potential Assessment of Pugnose Minnow (Opsopoeodus emiliae), 1 November 2012. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2012/048.
  33. DFO. 2013. Proceedings of the regional Recovery Potential Assessment of Silver Chub (Macrhybopsis storeriana); March 5, 2013. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser.2013/008..
  34. DFO. 2013. Proceedings of the Recovery Potential Assessment of Silver Shiner (Notropis photogenis) in Canada; 24-25 September 2012. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2012/047.
  35. Mandrak, N.E., L,D. Bouvier, E. Holm, and M. Burridge. 2013. COSEWIC assessment and update status report on the Cutlip Minnow (Exoglossum maxillingua) in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  36.  McCulloch, B.R., L.D. Bouvier, and N.E. Mandrak. 2013. Information in support of a Recovery Potential Assessment of Silver Chub (Macrhybopsis storeriana) in Ontario. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2013/020. v + 36 p.
  37. Snyder E., Mandrak, N.E., Niblock, H., Cudmore, B. 2013. Developing a screening-level risk assessment prioritization protocol for aquatic non-indigenous species in Canada: review of existing protocols. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2012/097. vii + 75 p.
  38. Cudmore, B., N.E. Mandrak, J. Dettmers, D.C. Chapman, and C.S. Kolar 2012. Binational ecological risk assessment of bigheaded carps (Hypophthalmichthys spp.) for the Great Lakes basin. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2011/114. vi + 57 p.
  39. DFO. 2012. Proceedings of a Workshop on the Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Rapid Response Framework;June 9-10, 2009. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2012/016.
  40. DFO. 2012. Proceedings of the regional Science Advisory Process on the Recovery Potential Assessment of Northern Madtom; March 19, 2012. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2012/027.
  41. DFO. 2012. Recovery potential assessment of Northern Madtom (Noturus stigmosus) in Canada. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Sci. Advis. Rep. 2012/051.
  42. Mandrak, N.E., Cudmore, B and Chapman, P.M. 2012. National detailed-level risk assessment guidelines: assessing the biological risk of aquatic invasive species in Canada. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2011/092. vi + 17 p.
  43. McCulloch, B.R. and N.E. Mandrak.  2012. Information in support of a Recovery Potential Assessment of Northern Madtom (Noturus stigmosus) in Canada. DFO Can. Sci. Advis.Sec. Res. Doc. 2012/076. iv + 21 p.
  44. Bouvier, L.D. and N.E. Mandrak. 2011. Information in support of a Recovery Potential Assessment of Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta) in Canada. DFO Can.Sci.Advis.Sec. Res. Doc. 2011/048. vi+23 p.
  45. Cudmore, B.C., and Mandrak, N.E. 2011. Biological synopsis of Tench (Tinca tinca). Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2904: v + 20 p.
  46. Birt, T., N.E. Mandrak, and E. Holm. 2011. COSEWIC assessment and update status report on the Blackstripe Topminnow (Fundulus notatus) in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  47. Gibson, S.F., N.E. Mandrak, E. Holm, B. Cudmore, and M. Burridge. 2011. COSEWIC assessment and update status report on the Pugnose Minnow (Opsopoedus emiliae) in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  48. Locke, A., Mandrak, N.E., and Therriault, T.W. 2011. A Canadian rapid response framework for aquatic invasive species. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2010/114. vi + 30 p.
  49. Mandrak, N.E., D. Watkinson, E. Holm, and M. Burridge. 2011. COSEWIC assessment and update status report on the Silver Chub (Macrhybopsis storeriana) in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  50. Mandrak, N.E., E. Holm, and M. Burridge. 2011. COSEWIC assessment and update status report on the Pugnose Shiner (Notropis anogenus) in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  51. Mandrak, N.E., S.F. Gibson, E. Holm, M. Burridge. and P. Dumont. 2011. COSEWIC assessment and update status report on the Bridle Shiner (Notropis bifrenatus) in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  52. McCulloch, B., N.E. Mandrak, and E. Holm. 2011. COSEWIC assessment and update status report on the Northern Madtom (Noturus stigmosus) in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  53. Ward, J.M., Cudmore, B., Drake, D.A.R., and Mandrak, N.E. 2011. Summary of a survey of baitfish users in Canada. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2972: v + 22 p.
  54. Bouvier, L.D., A.L. Boyko and N.E. Mandrak. 2010. Information in support of a Recovery Potential Assessment of Pugnose Shiner (Notropis anogenus) in Canada. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2010/009. vi + 23p.
  55. Bouvier, L.D. and N.E. Mandrak. 2010. Information in support of a Recovery Potential Assessment of Channel Darter (Percina copelandi) in Ontario. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2010/029. vi+ 39 p.
  56. Bouvier, L.D. and N.E. Mandrak. 2010. Information in support of a Recovery Potential Assessment of Spotted Gar (Lepisosteus oculatus) in Canada. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2010/079. vi + 22 p.
  57. Clark, D.S., Coopper, T., Doherty, A., Ford, J.K.B., Koops, M.A., Mandrak, N.E., Morris T.J., Smedbol, R.K., 2010. Terms and Concepts Used in the Species at Risk Program. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2009/082. vi + 33 p.
  58.  Coker, G.A., Ming, D.L., and Mandrak, N.E. 2010. Mitigation guide for the protection of fishes and fish habitat to accompany the Species at Risk Recovery Potential Assessments conducted by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) in Central and Arctic Region. Vers. 1.0. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2904: vi + 40 p.
  59. DFO. 2010. Proceedings of the Central and Arctic Regional Science Advisory Process on the Recovery Potential Assessment of Pugnose Shiner; 6 October 2009. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2010/012.
  60. DFO. 2010. Proceedings of the Zonal Science Advisory Process on the Recovery Potential Assessment of Eastern Sand Darter; 2-3 December 2009. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2010/015.
  61. DFO. 2010. Proceedings of the Zonal Science Advisory Process on the Recovery Potential Assessment of Channel Darter; 30 November – 1 December 2009. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2010/016.
  62. DFO. 2010. Proceedings of the CSAS Peer-review of the risk assessment for New Zealand mud snail in Canadian waters; 24-25 March 2010. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2010/023.
  63. DFO. 2010. Proceedings of the Central and Arctic Regional Science Advisory Process on the Recovery Potential Assessment of Spotted Gar in Canada; 23 June 2010. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2010/033.
  64. DFO. 2010. Proceedings of the National Workshop on Six Invasive Fishes Risk Assessment in British Columbia; 4-6 March 2008. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2009/040.
  65. DFO. 2010. Proceedings of the National Peer Review of the Risk Assessments of two solitary and three colonial Invasive Tunicates in both Atlantic and Pacific Canadian Waters; March 13-14, 2007. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2009/045.
  66. Dimond, P.E., Mandrak, N.E., and Brownson, B. 2010. Summary of the rapid response to Round Goby (Neogobius melanostomus) in Pefferlaw Brook with an evaluation of the national rapid response framework based on the Pefferlaw Brook experience. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2010/036. vi + 33 p.
  67. Mandrak, N.E., J. Barnucz, and D. Marson. 2010. Targeted sampling of fish species at risk in the Grand River watershed, 2003. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2922: v + 29 p.
  68. Marson, D., J. Barnucz, and N.E. Mandrak. 2010. Fish community sampling in National Wildlife Areas in southwestern Ontario, 2002-2005. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2918: v + 47 p.
  69. DFO. 2009. Proceedings of the Central and Arctic Regional Science Advisory Process on the Assessment of Information Required for the Identification of Critical Habitat for Freshwater Fishes; 29 May 2008. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2009/042. (Chair: N.E. Mandrak; Editor: K. Martin).
  70. DFO. 2009. Proceedings of the Central and Arctic Regional Science Advisory Process on the Recovery Potential Assessment of Redside Dace, 14 December 2007. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2009/003. (Chair: N.E. Mandrak; Editor: K. Martin).
  71. DFO. 2009. Zonal Science Peer Review of the American eel (Anguilla rostrata) prior to assessment by COSEWIC; 11-12 October, 2005. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2009/028. (Chair: N.E. Mandrak).
  72. Boyko, A., J. Barnucz, and N. E. Mandrak. 2009. Boat electrofishing survey of the fish assemblages in the Detroit River, Ontario. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
  73. Boyko, A., and N.E. Mandrak. 2009. Boat electrofishing survey of the St. Lawrence River and Lake St. Francis, 2004. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2831.
  74. Cudmore, B.C. and N.E. Mandrak. 2009. Snakehead (Channidae) trinational risk assessment. pp. 17-24 In: Mendoza, R. et al. 2009. Trinational risk assessment guidelines for aquatic alien invasive species. Commission for Environmental Cooperation, Montreal, QC. 100 pp.
  75. Dextrase, A.J., E. Holm, N.E. Mandrak, and P. Dumont. 2009. COSEWIC assessment and update status report on the Eastern Sand Darter (Ammocrypta pellucida) in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  76. Marson, D., B. Cudmore, D.A.R. Drake, and N.E. Mandrak. 2009. Summary of a survey of aquarium owners in Canada. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2905: iv + 20 p.
  77. Marson, D., B. Cudmore, D.A.R. Drake, and N.E. Mandrak. 2009. Summary of a survey of water garden owners in Canada. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2906: v + 23 p.
  78. Marson, D. and N.E. Mandrak. 2009. Sampling of the fish communities in the Saugeen River watershed, 2005-2006. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2828.
  79.  Marson, D., N. E. Mandrak, and J. Barnucz. 2009. Sampling of the fish communities on the First Nations lands on the Thames River, 2005. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2829.
  80. Marson, D. and N.E. Mandrak. 2009. Survey of the fish assemblages in the nonwadeable waters of the Sydenham River in 2003. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2916: v + 21 p.
  81. Marson, D., N.E. Mandrak, and D.A.R. Drake. 2009. Targeted sampling of fish species at risk in Lyons and Tea Creeks, 2004. Can. Manuscr. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2910: iv + 18 p.
  82. McLaughlin, R.L., M.L. Jones, N.E. Mandrak, and D. Stacey. 2009. FishMaP On-Line: a web application supporting science-based decisions concerning fish movement and passage. Great Lakes Fishery Commission 2009 Project Completion Report. 19 pp.
  83. Mendoza, R. and 19 co-authors (including N.E. Mandrak). 2009. Trinational risk assessment guidelines for aquatic alien invasive species. Commission for Environmental Cooperation, Montreal, QC. 100 pp.
  84. Doolittle, A., N.E. Mandrak, P. Brunette, D. Ming and C. Bakelaar. 2007. Development of a web mapping tool and distribution maps for Ontario fishes with emphasis on species at risk. Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2699. 45 pp.
  85. Neave, F.B., G.A. Bravener and N. E. Mandrak. 2007. Conservation status report for silver lamprey (Ichthyomyzon unicuspis) in Canada. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document 2007/043. 54 pp.
  86. Neave, F.B., G.A. Bravener and N. E. Mandrak. 2007. COSEWIC Status Report on Silver Lamprey (Ichthyomyzon unicuspis). Submitted to COSEWIC.
  87. Pratt, T.C. and N.E. Mandrak. 2007. Abundance, distribution and identification of the shortjaw cisco (Coregonus zenithicus) in the proposed Lake Superior marine protected area. Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2697. 26 pp.
  88. Sawatzky, C.D., D. Michalak, J.D. Reist, T.J. Carmichael, N.E. Mandrak, and L.G. Heuring. 2007. Distributions of freshwater and anadromous fishes from the Mainland Northwest Territories, Canada. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2793. 239 pp.
  89. Cudmore, B., A. Wagner, M.A. Koops and N.E. Mandrak (chairperson).  2007. National Case Studies Workshop Evaluating the Quantitative Biological Risk Assessment Tool (QBRAT).  November 29-30, 2006.  Ottawa ON.  Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Proceedings Series 2007/014. 14 pp.
  90. Chapman, P.M., B. Cudmore and N.E. Mandrak. 2007. Proceedings of the National Risk Assessment Methods Workshop. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Proceedings Series 2006/049. 35 pp.
  91. Cudmore, B. N.E. Mandrak, T.J.  Morris and A. Edwards. 2006. Allowable harm analysis workshops for freshwater species at risk in Central and Arctic Region, October 18-19, 2005, February, 8-9, 2006, February 13-14, 2006, Burlington, ON. Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Proceedings Series 2006/026. 14 pp.
  92. Edwards, A., J. Barnucz, and N. E. Mandrak. 2006. Boat electrofishing survey of the fish assemblages in the St. Clair River, Ontario. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2742. 56 pp.
  93. Edwards, A., J. Barnucz, and N. E. Mandrak. 2006. Fish assemblage surveys of Rondeau Bay, Ontario: 2004 – 2005. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2773. 48 pp.
  94. Edwards, A. and N.E. Mandrak. 2006. Fish assemblage surveys of the Lower Thames River, Ontario, using multiple gear types: 2003-2004. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2772: vi + 91 pp.
  95. Mandrak, N.E, J. Barnucz and D. Marson. 2006. Survey of the fish assemblages of St. Lawrence Islands National Park in 2005. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2777.
  96. Mandrak, N.E, J. Barnucz and D. Marson. 2006. Targeted sampling of fish species at risk in the Grand River watershed, 2003. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2778.
  97. Mandrak, N.E., J. Barnucz, D. Marson and G. J. Velema. 2006. Targeted, wadeable sampling of fish species at risk in the Lake St. Clair watershed of southwestern Ontario, 2003. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2779.
  98. Mandrak, N.E., J. Barnucz, G. J. Velema and D. Marson. 2006. Survey of the status of black redhorse (Moxostoma duquesnei), and spotted gar (Lepisosteus oculatus), in Canada, 2002. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2776.
  99.  Mandrak, N.E. and A.J. Dextrase. 2006. Eastern sand darter habitat modeling and reintroduction. Interim Report to Endangered Species Recovery Fund World Wildlife Fund Canada/Environment Canada.
  100. Mandrak, N.E., A. Edwards, B.C. Cudmore and T.J. Morris. 2006. Proceedings of Allowable Harm Analysis Workshops for Freshwater Species at Risk in Central and Arctic Region; October 18-19, 2005; February 8-9, 2006; and February 13-14, 2006. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Proceed. Ser. 2006/026.
  101. Marson, D., J. Barnucz and N. E. Mandrak. 2006. Fish community sampling in National Wildlife Areas in southwestern Ontario, 2002-2005. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2780.
  102. Mellow, R., N.E. Mandrak and B.C. Cudmore. 2006. Update COSEWIC Status report on the Blackfin Cisco Coregonus nigripinnis. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  103. Reid, S.M. and N.E. Mandrak.  2006.  Evaluation of potential impact of Springbank Dam restoration on black redhorse (Moxostoma duquesnei) and other sucker species in the Thames River, Ontario.  Can. Tech. Rpt.  Fish. Aquat. Sci. 2670: 31 pp.
  104. Cudmore, B. and N.E. Mandrak. 2005. Risk assessment for Northern Snakehead (Channa argus) in Canada. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2005/075.
  105. Cudmore, B., T. J. Morris and N. E. Mandrak. 2005. Determining a recovery approach for freshwater Species at Risk in Ontario. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2005/076.
  106. Dick, T. N.E. Mandrak, B. Cudmore, and J. Reist. 2005. COSEWIC status report on the Lake Sturgeon, Acipenser fulvescens, in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  107. Jones, N.E., N.E. Mandrak and N. Kim. 2005. Methods for sampling fishes and their habitats in Ontario’s flowing waters: Proceedings of the Flowing Waters Working Group Workshop. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Peterborough, ON. 15 pp.
  108. Mandrak, N.E. and B. Cudmore. 2005. Update COSEWIC status report on Bigmouth Buffalo, Ictiobus cyprinellus. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  109. Mandrak, N.E. and B. Cudmore. 2005. Update COSEWIC status report on Black Buffalo, Ictiobus niger. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  110. Mandrak, N.E. and B. Cudmore. 2005. Update COSEWIC status report on Flathead Catfish, Pylodictis olivaris.  Submitted to COSEWIC.
  111. Mandrak, N.E., B. Cudmore, and E.J. Crossman. 2005. Update COSEWIC status report on Lake Chubsucker, Erimyzon sucetta. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  112. Mandrak, N.E., B. Cudmore and D. Noltie 2005. Update COSEWIC status report on Orangespotted Sunfish, Lepomis humilis. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  113. Neave, F., N.E. Mandrak and D. Cuddy. 2005. Updated status of the Northern Brook Lamprey, Ichthyomyzon fossor, in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  114. Reid, S.M., N.E. Mandrak, and J. Barnucz. 2005. Inventory and habitat characterization for the north-shore Lake Erie populations of the channel darter. Annual Report to COA.
  115. Sheldon, T.A., N.E. Mandrak, J.M. Casselman, C.C. Wilson, and N.R. Lovejoy. 2005. Update COSEWIC status report on Deepwater Sculpin, Myoxocephalus thompsonii. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  116. Tremblay, V., D.K. Cairns, F. Caron, J.M. Casselman and N.E. Mandrak. 2005. COSEWIC status report on the American eel, Anguilla rostrata. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  117. Cudmore, B. and N.E. Mandrak. 2004. Biological synopsis of grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella). Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2705.
  118. Mandrak, N.E. 2004. Update status of the Kiyi, Coregonus kiyi, in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  119. Mandrak, N.E. 2004. Update status of the Shortnose Cisco, Coregonus reighardi, in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  120. Mandrak, N.E. and B. Cudmore. 2004. Risk assessment for Asian carps in Canada. Canadian Stock Assessment Secretariat Research Document 2004/103.
  121. Mandrak, N.E. and B. Cudmore. 2004. Update status of the Spotted Gar, Lepisosteus oculatus, in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  122. Mandrak, N.E. and B. Cudmore. 2004. Update status of the Warmouth, Lepomis gulosus, in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC. Mandrak, N.E. and S. Reid. 2004. Update status of the Black Redhorse, Moxostoma duquesnei, in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  123. Reid, S. and N.E. Mandrak. 2004. Update status of the River Redhorse, Moxostoma carinatum, in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  124. Reid, S. and N.E. Mandrak. 2004. Update status of the Spotted Sucker, Minytrema melanops, in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  125. Holm, E. and N.E. Mandrak. 2003. Updated status of the Silver Chub, Macrhybopsis storeriana, in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  126. Mandrak, N.E. and E. Holm. 2003. Updated status of the Blackstripe Topminnow, Fundulus notatus in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  127. Stirling, C.H., E.M.P. Chadwick, D. Duplisea, N.E. Mandrak and E. D. Richards. 2003. Report of the National Science Workshop 2003, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre, St. John’s, NL  / Atelier national des sciences 2003, Peches et Oceans Canada, Centre des peches de l’Atlantique nord-ouest, St. John’s, T.-N. Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 2530.
  128. Holm, E. and N.E. Mandrak. 2002. Update COSEWIC status report on the Pugnose Shiner Notropis anogenus in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  129. Holm, E. and N.E. Mandrak. 2002. Updated status of the Silver Chub, Macrhybopsis storeriana, in Canada. Submitted to COSEWIC.
  130. Mandrak, N.E. 2001. The status of introduced fish species in Algonquin Provincial Park. Final Report to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.
  131. Mandrak, N.E. 2000. The development of a national fish distribution database. Final Report to the Canada Department of Fisheries and Oceans.
  132. Mandrak, N.E. 1999. An aquatic ecoregion classification for Ontario. Final Report to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.
  133. Mandrak, N.E. 1998. An assessment of the suitability of using a terrestrial ecoregion classification to protect aquatic biodiversity in Ontario. Final Report to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.
  134. Eberle, M.E., T.L. Wenke, and N.E. Mandrak. 1998. Assessment of the Solomon River, North Fork Solomon River, and South Fork Solomon River in northwestern Kansas. Final Report to Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.
  135. Eberle, M.E., S. Hoofer, N. Mandrak and T.L. Wenke. 1997. Assessment of fish communities in western Kansas streams during 1994-1996. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
  136. Mandrak, N.E., M.E. Eberle and T.L. Wenke. 1997. Assessment of the Republican River, White Rock Creek and Prairie Dog Creek in Kansas. Final Report to Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.
  137. Crossman, E.J. and N.E. Mandrak. 1992. Fish communities of Algonquin Park. Final Report to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. Peterborough, ON.
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