Loppnow GL, PA Venturelli (2014) Stage-structurded simulations suggest that removing
     young of the year is an effective method for controlling invasive smallmouth bass.                  Trans Am Fish Sci 143:1341-1347 [pdf]

Chezik KA, NP Lester, PA Venturelli (2014a) Fish growth and degree-days I: Selecting a  
     base temperature for a single-population study. Can J Fish Aquat Sci 71:47-55. [pdf]

Chezik KA, NP Lester, PA Venturelli (2014b) Fish growth and degree-days II: Selecting a  
     base temperature for an among-population study. Can J Fish Aquat Sci 71: 
     1303-1311. [pdf]

Lester NP, BJ Shuter, PA Venturelli, D Nadeau (2014) Life history plasticity and  
     sustainable exploitation: a theory of compensation applied to regional management of          walleye. Ecological Applications 24:38-54. [pdf (includes appendicies)]

Loppnow GL, K Vascotto, PA Venturelli (2013) Invasive smallmouth bass (Micropterus
     dolomieu): history, impacts, and control. Management of Biological Invasions 4:191-          206. [pdf]

Popowich RC, PA Venturelli, JD Stelfox & RB Taylor (2011) Validation of morphological
     characteristics used for field identification of bull trout x brook trout hybrids. N Am J          Fish Manage 31:548-553. [pdf]

Venturelli PA, CA Murphy, BJ Shuter, TA Johnston, PJvC deGroot, PT Boag, JM Casselman,
     R Montgomerie, MD Wiegand & WC Leggett (2010) Maternal influences on population
     dynamics: evidence from an exploited freshwater fish. Ecology 91:2003-2012. [pdf]

Venturelli PA, NP Lester, TR Marshall & BJ Shuter (2010) Consistent patterns of
     maturity and density-dependent growth among populations of walleye (Sander vitreus):
     application of the growing degree-day metric. Can J Fish Aquat Sci 67:1057-1067.
     [pdf] [summplementary data]

Venturelli PA, BJ Shuter & CA Murphy (2009) Evidence for harvest-induced maternal
     influences on the reproductive rates of fish populations. Proc R Soc B 276:919-924. [pdf] [esm] [esm_table3]

Venturelli PA & WM Tonn (2006) Diet and growth of northern pike in the absence of prey
     fishes: initial consequences for persisting in disturbance-prone lakes. Trans Am Fish
     Soc 135:1512-1522. [pdf]

Venturelli PA & WM Tonn (2005) Invertivory by northern pike, Esox lucius, regulates
     communities of littoral macroinvertebrates in small, boreal lakes. J N Am Benthol Soc
     24:904-918. [pdf]


Venturelli PA, LA Velez-Espino & MA Koops (2010b) Recovery potential modelling of
     Channel Darter (Percina copelandi) in Canada. Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Canadian
     Science Advisory Secretariate Research Document 2010/096. v + 34 p. [pdf]

Venturelli PA, LA Velez-Espino & MA Koops (2010a) Recovery potential modelling of
     Pugnose Shiner (Notropis anogenus) in Canada. Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Canadian
     Science Advisory Secretariate Research Document 2010/007. iv + 22 p. [pdf]

Arlinghaus R, S Matsumura & PA Venturelli (2008) Größen-selektive Angelfischerei und ihre
     möglichen populationsdynamischen Auswirkungen: eine Herausforderung für die
     fischereiliche Bewirtschaftung? (Potential effects of size-selective angling on population
     dynamics: a challenge for fisheries management?). VDSF - Schriftenreihe Fishcerei
     und Naturschutz (Association of German Sport Fishers - Fisheries and Nature
     Conservation Series) 10: 83-104.

book chapters

Rennie, MD & PA Venturelli (in press) The ecology of lifetime growth in percid fishes. In
     Kestemont, P (ed.) Biology and culture of percid fishes - principals and practice. Springer


Venturelli PA (2009) Life history, maternal quality and the dynamics of harvested fish
     stocks. PhD thesis. University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. [pdf]

Venturelli PA (2004) Response of northern pike and their macroinvertebrate prey to
     manipulation: a study of predation, winterkill, and food web dynamics in boreal lakes.
     MSc thesis. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. [pdf]

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