Introduction to the International Workshop on the Science and Managemenet for Habitat Conservation and Restoration Strategies (HabCARES)
Underlying principles of restoration
Historical causes of change in Great Lakes fish stocks and the implications for ecosystem rehabilitation
A model simulating the impact of habitat supply limits on northern pike, Essox lucius, in Hamilton Harbour, Lake Ontario
The relationship between an index of fish production and submerged macrophytes and other habitat features at three littoral areas in the Great Lakes
Design and management of bird nesting habitat
Historic and comparative perspectives on rehabilitation of marshes as habitat for fish in the lower Great Lakes basin
The linkage among ecosystem perturbations, remediation, and the success of the Nipigon Bay fishery
Benefits from incremental additions to walleye spawning habitat in the Current River, with reference to habitat modification as a walleye management tool in Ontario
Habitat models as tools for evaluating historic change in the St. Marys River
Effects of habitat change in the St. Marys River and northern Lake Huron on sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) populations
Restoration of Lake Erie
Assessment of habitat impairments impacting the aquatic resources of Lake Ontario
Rates of natural and anthropogenic change in shoreline habitats in the Kingston Basin, Lake Ontario
Possible impact of gobies and other introduced species on habitat restoration efforts
The significance of man-made structures for lake trout spawning in the Great Lakes
Importance of habitat and migration to sturgeons with emphasis on lake sturgeon
Habitat requirements of northern pike (Essox lucius)
Is fish species richness at sites in the Canadian Great Lakes the result of local or regional factors?
Historical land use, phosphorus loading, and loss of fish habitat in Lake Simcoe, Canada
Diadromy and the assembly and restoration of riverine fish communities
Impacts of logging in Carnation Creek, a high-energy coastal stream in British Columbia, and their implication for restoring fish habitat
Integrating biological realism into habitat restoration and conservation strategies for small streams
Relations among riparian grazing, sediment loads, macroinvertebrates, and fishes in three central Pennsylvania streams
Winter habitat of selected stream fishes and potential impacts from land-use activity
Long-term enhancement of habitat to salmonids in acidified running waters
Landscape-scale influences on stream habitats and biota
A hierarchical evaluation system for characterizing watershed ecosystems for fish habitat
Can trained observers accurately identify lake trout spawning habitat?
A hierarchical approach to assessing habitat suitability and yield potential of lake trout
Growth and development of North American stream habitat management for fish
Predicting important lake habitat variables from maps using modern modelling tools
Linking fish habitat to their population dynamics
Detecting changes in the nearshore fish community
Detecting the response of fish to habitat alterations in freshwater ecosystems
Use of historical information for conservation and restoration of Great Lakes aquatic habitat
Are habitat rehabilitation initiatives uncoupled from aquatic resource management objectives in the Great Lakes?
Ensuring sustainability of natural resources
Considerations of scale in habitat conservation and restoration
Assessing the ecological effects of habitat change
A commentary on the role of institutional arrangements in the protection and restoration of habitat in the Great Lakes