Pertinent information on academic research, monitoring, best management practices and regulatory requirements may not always be readily accessible to conservation practitioners and the general public.
The Long Point World Biosphere Reserve has set out to provide public access via the creation of a comprehensive, searchable web-database that will enable conservation practitioners to access information that will assist them in implementing the best management practices to ensure effective ecosystem and resource management, as well as conservation and restoration.
Through acquiring special permissions from local organizations, the LPWBR has started to compile research papers, grey literature, case studies, guiding regulations, and relevant legislation which have been made publicly accessible through one database.
If you, or an organization you know would be interested in contributing to this public database by sharing publications, grey literature, case studies or documents you feel contribute to the maintenance and management of the LPWBR please contact us.
- Biodiversity Monitoring
- Cultural and Ecosystem Stresses Workshops
- Fish & Water
- Invasive Species
- Artificial covering on trap nests improves the colonization of trap-nesting wasps (2008)
- Bee diversity in naturalizing patches of Carolinian grasslands in southern Ontario, Canada (2011)
- Effects of predation by fish and wintering ducks on dreissenid mussels at Nanticoke, Lake Erie (2000)
- Flight Pattern Of Monarch Butterfies (1979)
- History of the northern silvery blue (Glaucopsyche lygdamus couperi) in southern Ontario, Canada: Separating range expansion from original populations and other subspecies (2014)
- Indicator Taxa, Rapid Biodiversity Assessment, and Nestedness in an Endangered Ecosystem (2000)
- Long-term Trends in the Number of Monarch Butterflies (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) Counted on Fall Migration at Long Point, Ontario, Canada (1995-2014)
- Mitchell-et-al -1996
- Mitchell-et-al -Mussel-Measuring-Error
- Relationships of Habitat Characteristics to the Relative Abundance of Native and Invasive Amphipods in Western Lake Erie (2006)
- Scale-dependent effects of habitat area on species interaction networks: invasive species alter relationships (2012)
- Soaring flight of monarch butterflies Danaus plexippus (Lepidoptera: Danaidae), during the late summer migration in southern Ontario (1979)
- Testing for Positive Edge Responses in a Fragmented Landscape in the Eastern Tiger (Papilio Glaucus) and the Spicebush (P. Troilus) Swallowtail Butterflies (2014)
- Ware-et-al -2010-Se-GRSC-on-L -ON
- Long Point Environmental Folio Publication Series
- Norfolk County Resource Library