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Impact of Double-crested Cormorant Predation 1999

Map of the Eastern Basin of Lake Ontario

A Cooperative Report Prepared by: New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Bureau of Fisheries and United States Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division.

Table of Contents
Section Title and Author(s) Agency
1 Double-Crested Cormorant Predation on Smallmouth Bass and Other Fishes of the Eastern Basin of Lake Ontario, Summary of 1999 Studies - A. Schiavone (27kb pdf) NYSDEC
2 Cormorant Management Activities in Lake Ontario's Eastern Basin - J. F. Farquhar, I. M. Mazzocchi, R. D. McCullough (26kb pdf) NYSDEC
3 Diet Composition and Fish Consumption of Double-Crested Cormorants from the Little Galloo Island Colony of Eastern Lake Ontario in 1999 - J. H. Johnson, R. M. Ross, R. D. McCullough (32kb pdf) NYSDEC and USGS
4 The Effects of Egg Oiling on Fish Consumption by Double-Crested Cormorants on Little Galloo Island, Lake Ontario - J. H. Johnson, R. M. Ross, J. F. Fraquhar (23kb pdf) NYSDEC and USGS
5 Diet Composition and Fish Consumption of Double-Crested Cormorants from the Pigeon and Snake Island Colonies of Eastern Lake Ontario in 1999 - J. H. Johnson, R. M. Ross, R. D. McCullough (40kb pdf) NYSDEC and USGS
Appendix 1 "DEC Proposes Plan for Lake Ontario Cormorants and Fish - seeks to improve public benefits of Lake Ontario's eastern basin ecosystem." - News Release, March 13, 1999 (22kb pdf) NYSDEC

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