- Mark Gautreau, Michelle Gray, S.L. Currie, R.J. Smith, Tim Arciszewski, and Mike LeMoine
Canadian Rivers Institute, UNB Department of Biology
- Steve Currie and John Blenis
NB Department of Natural Resources - Region 3
- U.S.E.P.A. Public Domain Collection
- John Woodling Public Domain Collection
- Robert MacNeil
Megan Finley, UNB, Department of Biology
Text and Non-Photographic Images
- McClane, A. J. 1978. MaClane's Field Guide to Freshwater Fishes of North America. Henry Holt and Company, New York. 212 pp.
- Schultz, K. 2004. Field Guide to Freshwater Fish. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey. 257 pp.
- Scott, W. B. and E. J. Crossman. 1973. Freshwater fishes of Canada.
- Bull. Fish. Res. Board Can. 184. 966 pp.
This project could not have been completed (in this decade) without significant contributions from our colleagues across the region. They helped compile the data, create maps, and most reviewed our summaries.
From NB Department of Natural Resources, we received database information and GIS support from M. Sabine, C. Connell, P. Cronin, S. Currie, and D. Sabine.
From NS, fish data was provided by J. McMillan, T. Crandlemere, M. Hill, and K. Legere (NS Agriculture and Fisheries).
D. Cairns (Fisheries and Oceans Canada), T. Dupuis (Atlantic Salmon Federation), D. Guignon (University of Prince Edward Island) reviewed fish distributions for PEI.
S. Courtenay (Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Gulf Fisheries Centre) provided additional distribution information for brackish water fishes. We was also fortunate to have GIS support from F. Cowie (NB Aquatic Data Warehouse), F. Meng and G. Jordan (UNB). S. Currie (NB DNR), J. Gilhen (NS Museum of Natural History), M. Sabine (NB DNR), E. Luiker (Env. Can./CRI), and J. Bagnall (AMEC, Fredericton) provided excellent reviews and thoughts on fish distributions.
Original Web-site Design and Production
Mark Gautreau, Canadian Rivers Institute
Gordon P. Yamazaki, UNB, Department of Biology
Current Web-site Development and Production
Heather Boyd-Kinnie, Canadian Rivers Institute