Publications

Melles, S.J., N.E. Jones, B.J Schmidt. 2014. Evaluation of Current Approaches to Stream Classification and a Heuristic Guide to Developing Classifications of Integrated Aquatic Networks. Environmental Management 53:549-566. DOI 10.1007/s00267-014-0231-0

Petreman I. C., N. E. Jones, S.W. Milne. 2014. Observer bias and subsampling efficiencies for estimating the number of migrating fish in rivers using Dual-frequency IDentification SONar (DIDSON). Fisheries Research 155: 160–167. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2014.03.001

Scrimgeour, G.J., W. M. Tonn. and N. E. Jones. 2014. Quantifying effective restoration: reassessing the productive capacity of a constructed stream 14 years after construction. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2013-0354

Bond MJ, NE Jones. 2013. Spatial distribution of fishes in hydropeaking tributaries of Lake Superior. River Research and Applications DOI: 10.1002/rra.2720

Ellis L.E. and N.E. Jones. 2013. Longitudinal trends in regulated rivers: a review and synthesis within the context of the serial discontinuity concept. Environmental Reviews DOI: 10.1139/er-2012-0064

Jones N. E. 2013. The Dual Nature of Hydropeaking Rivers: Is Ecopeaking Possible? River Research and Applications DOI: 10.1002/rra.2653

McDermid, J. L. F. A. Fischer, M. Al-Shamlih, W. N. Sloan, N. E. Jones and C. C. Wilson. 2012. Variation in acute thermal tolerance within and among hatchery strains of brook trout. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141: 1230-1235.

Jones, N.E. 2012. Patterns of Benthic Invertebrate Richness and Diversity in the Regulated Magpie River and Neighboring Natural Rivers. River Research and Applications. River Research and Applications DOI: 10.1002/rra.2595

Jones, N.E. and I. C. Petreman. 2012. The Capacity to Detect Change Stream Fish Communities Characteristics at the Site-level in the Lake Ontario Basin. Environmental Management DOI: 10.1007/s00267-012-9859-9

Jones, N.E. and I. C. Petreman. 2012. Relating Extremes of Flow and Air Temperature to Stream Fish Communities. Ecohydrology DOI: 10.1002/eco.1305

Melles, S. J., N. E. Jones, and B. J. Schmidt. 2011. Review of theoretical developments in stream ecology and influence on ecosystem classification of flowing waters. Freshwater Biology  57: 415-434.  DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2427.2011. 02716.x

Melles, S. J., N. E. Jones, and B. J. Schmidt, Rayfield, B. 2011. A least-cost path approach to stream delineation using lakes as patches and a digital elevation model as the cost surface.  Procedia Environmental Sciences 7: 240–245 DOI:10.1016/j.proenv.2011.07.042

Jones, N.E. 2011. Spatial Patterns of the Benthic Invertebrate Communities in Regulated and Natural Rivers. River Research and Applications DOI: 10.1002/rra.1601

Jones, N.E., and G. Yunker. 2011. Development of a Riverine Index Netting Protocol: Comparisons of Net Orientation, Height, Panel Order, and Line Diameter. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 31:23–31. DOI: 10.1080/02755947.2011.557941

Scrimgeour, G.J., N. E. Jones, and W. M. Tonn. 2011. Benthic macroinvertebrate response to habitat restoration in a constructed Arctic Stream. River Research and Applications  DOI: 10.1002/rra.1602

Smokorowski, K., Metcalfe, R., Finucan, S. Jones, N.E, Marty, J, Power, M, Pyrce, R., Steele, R. 2011. Ecosystem level assessment of environmentally based flow restrictions for maintaining ecosystem integrity: a comparison of a modified peaking versus unaltered river. DOI: 10.1002/eco.167

Chu , C., and Jones, N.E. 2011. Spatial variability of thermal regimes and other environmental determinants of stream fish communities in the Great Lakes Basin, Ontario. River Research and Applications  27: 646–662  DOI: 10.1002/rra.1386.

Jones, NE. 2010. Erratum: Incorporating lakes within the river discontinuum: longitudinal changes in ecological characteristics in stream–lake networks.Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67: 2058. doi:10.1139/F10-142.

Jones, N.E. 2010. Incorporating Lakes within the River Discontinuum: Longitudinal Changes in Ecological Characteristics in Stream-Lake Networks. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67: 1350-1362.

Jones, N. E., G. J. Scrimgeour, and W. M. Tonn. 2010. Fish Species Traits and Communities in Relation to a Habitat Template for Arctic Rivers and Streams. In: Community ecology of stream fishes. Edited by K. B. Gido and D. A. Jackson.  American Fisheries Society Special Publication 73:137-156.

Chu , C., and Jones, N.E. 2010. Do Existing Ecological Classifications Characterize the Spatial Variability of Stream Temperatures in the Great Lakes Basin, Ontario? Journal of Great Lakes Research. 36: 633-640.

Chu, C., N.E. Jones, and L. Allin. 2010 Linking thermal regime classification to climate and landscape variables in Ontario. River Research and Applications 26: 221-241 DOI: 10.1002/rra.1259

Chu , C., Jones, N.E., Piggott, A.R. and J.M. Buttle. 2009.  Evaluation of a Simple Method to Classify the Thermal Characteristics of Streams Using a Nomogram of Daily Maximum Air and Water Temperatures. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:1605–1619

Smokorowski, K., Metcalfe, R., Finucan, S. Insley, M., Jones, N., Marty, J, Power, M, Pyrce, R., Steele, R. 2009. Studying Ramping Rate Restrictions. Hydro Review 28:68-88.

Jones, N. E., G. J. Scrimgeour and W. M. Tonn. 2008. Assessing the Effectiveness of a Constructed Arctic Stream using Multiple Biological Attributes. Environmental Management 42:1064-1076

Dietrich J. P., J. N. Bowlby, B. J. Morrison, and N. E. Jones. 2008. The Impacts of Atlantic Salmon Stocking on Rainbow Trout in Barnum House Creek, Lake Ontario. Journal of Great Lakes Research 34: 495-505.

Reid, S. M., G. Yunker and N. E. Jones. 2008.  Evaluation of Single-pass Backpack Electric Fishing for Stream Fish Community Monitoring. Fisheries Management and Ecology 10.1111/j.1365-2400.2008.00608.x

Reid, S.M., N.E. Jones, and G. Yunker. 2008. Evaluation of Single-Pass Electrofishing and Rapid Habitat Assessment for Monitoring Redside Dace. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28: 50-56.

Chu, C., Jones, N.E., Mandrak, N.E., Piggott, A.R. and Minns, C.K. 2008. The Influence of Air Temperature, Groundwater Discharge and Climate Change on the Thermal Diversity of Stream Fishes in Southern Ontario Watersheds. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65: 297-308.

Rumsey, C.R, N.E. Jones, and H.H. Banks. 2007. An Attempt to Rehabilitate a Collapsed Brook Trout Population by Introducing F1 Splake to Control Yellow Perch is now available at North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27:1139-1147.

Jones, N. E., and W. M. Tonn. 2004. Enhancing Productive Capacity in the Canadian Arctic: Assessing the Effectiveness of Instream Habitat Structures in Habitat Compensation. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133: 1356-1365.

Jones, N.E. and W. Tonn. 2004. Resource selection functions for age-0 Arctic grayling and their application to stream habitat compensation. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61:1736-1746.

Jones, N. E., W. M. Tonn, G. J. Scrimgeour, and C. Katopodis. 2003. Ecological characteristics of streams in the Barrenlands near Lac de Gras, N.W.T., Canada. Arctic 56:249-261.

Jones, N. E., W. M. Tonn, and G. J. Scrimgeour. 2003. Selective Feeding of age-0 Arctic Grayling in Lake-Outlet Streams of the Northwest Territories, Canada. Environmental Biology of Fishes 67: 169-178.

Jones, N. E., W. M. Tonn, G. J. Scrimgeour, and C. Katopodis. 2003. Productive capacity of an artificial stream in the Canadian Arctic: assessing the effectiveness of fish habitat compensation. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60: 849-863.

Technical Reports

Metcalfe, R.A., Mackereth, R.W., Grantham, B., Jones, N., Pyrce, R.S., Haxton, T., Luce, J.J., Stainton, R., 2013. Aquatic Ecosystem Assessments for Rivers. Aquatic Research Series 2013-06. Ministry of Natural Resources, Peterborough, Ontario. 210 pp.

Melles, S., N. Jones, and B. Schmidt. 2013. Aquatic ecosystem classification for Ontario: a technical proposal. Aquatic Research Series 2013-05. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 52 pp.

Melles, S., N. Jones, and B. Schmidt. 2013. Review and evaluation of aquatic ecosystem classifications worldwide. Aquatic Research Series 2013-04. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 80 pp.

Melles, S., Jones, N.E., Schmidt, B. 2011. Aquatic Ecosystem Classification (AEC): Client Needs Survey Response. Aquatic Research Series 2011-04. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 19 pp + appendices.

Jones, N.E. 2011. Electrofishing Rivers: Nearshore Community. Sampling Methodologies for Ontario’s Flowing Waters. Aquatic Research Series 2011-06. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 22 pp.

Jones, N.E. 2011. Benthic Sampling in Natural and Regulated Rivers. Sampling Methodologies for Ontario’s Flowing Waters. Aquatic Research Series 2011-05. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 21 pp.

Jones, NE and BE Houston 2011. Basal Resources Sampling in Rivers. Sampling Methodologies for Ontario’s Flowing Waters. Aquatic Research Series 2011-07. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 22pp.

Marshall T.R. and N.E. Jones. 2011. Aquatic Ecosystems of the Far North of Ontario State of Knowledge. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 42 pp Link 2 OMNR Online

Jones, N.E. and L. Allin. 2010. Measuring Stream Temperature Using Data Loggers: Laboratory and Field Techniques. Aquatic Research Series 2010-03. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 31 pp.

Jones, N.E., and G. Yunker. 2010. Riverine Index Netting Manual of Instructions V.2. Aquatic Research Series 2010-01. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources. 36 pp.

Jones, N.E. 2005. Methods for Sampling Fishes and their Habitat in Flowing Waters: A Survey in the Province of Ontario. River and Stream Ecology Lab, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Trent University, Ontario.

Jones, N.E. and N. Kim. 2005. Methods for Sampling Fishes and Their Habitats in Flowing Waters: A Literature Review. River and Stream Ecology Lab, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Trent University, Ontario.

Jones, N.E., Mandrak, N.E. and N. Kim. 2005. Methods for sampling fishes and their habitats in Ontario’s flowing waters. Proceedings of the Flowing Waters Working Group Workshop. River and Stream Ecology Lab, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Trent University, Ontario.