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Fowler Herbarium - Publications

Recent Acquisitions

  • Roy, C. 2009.  Catalogue des types des innovations taxonomique decrites par l'abbe Ernest Lepage. Provencheria No. 31
  • Faubert, J. 2007.  Catalogue des types des bryophytes du Quebec et du Labrador. Provencheria No. 30

Books

  • Crowder, A., K. Topping & J. Topping. 1996. Plants of the Kingston Region: 1996.
  • White, D.J., E. Haber & C. Keddy. 1993. Invasive plants of natural habitats in Canada. Canadian Museum of Nature.
  • Argus, G.W. & K.M. Pryer. 1990. Rare vascular plants in Canada: Our natural heritage. Canadian Museum of Nature.
  • Argus, G.W. & D.J. White. 1982-1987. Atlas of Rare Vascular Plants of Ontario. National Museum of Natural Sciences, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  • Downier, M. & M. Hamilton. 1980. And some brought flowers. University of Toronto Press. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Ireland, R.R. & R.F. Cain. 1975. Checklist of the mosses of Ontario. National Museum of Natural Sciences. Publication in Botany No. 5.
  • Beschel, R.E., A.E. Garwood, R. Hainault, I.D. Macdonald, S.P. van der Kloet & C.H. Zavitz. 1970. Checklist of the vascular plants of the Kingston region. Publication of the Fowler Herbarium Queen's University No. 2. 92 pp.

Popular Articles

  • Crowder. A. 2008. Update of Plants of the Kingston Region: 1996. Blue Bill 55:56-66.
  • Smith, W. 1996. Chinquapin oaks in eastern Ontario. Blue Bill 43: 30.
  • Crowder, A. 1993. the role of submerged plants in lakes. Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority Newsletter.
  • Crowder, A. 1993. Invasive plants. Blue Bill 40:132-133.
  • Smith, W. 1993. Report on the fern outing at Q.U.B.S. Field Botanists of Ontario Newsletter 6:14-15.
  • Crowder, A. 1992. Frog-bit. Blue Bill 39: 2-4.
  • Crowder, A. 1992. Teasel. Blue Bill 38: 61-64.
  • Smith, W. 1991. Trip to Stoco Fen. Field Botanists of Ontario Newsletter Fall 1991:14.
  • Pringle, J. 1987. Annotated keys to the ferns of the Kingston region. Blue Bill 34: 2-23.
  • Macdonald, I.D. 1987. Life Sciences areas of natural and Scientific Interest in Site District 6-15. Presquíile coastal multiple bar complex and coastal wetlands. OMNR, Kemptville.
  • Garwood, A.E. 1986. Black alder (Ainus glutinosa (L.) Baertn.) an introduced tree new for the Kingston region. Plant Press 4:55.
  • Garwood, A.E. 1986. Botanical note from the Fowler Herbarium. Blue Bill 33:1207.
  • Garwood, A.E. 1985. New aquatic species for Kingston region. Blue Bill 32:42.
  • Fowler Herbarium Workshop on wetlands in the Kingston Region. 1985. Fowler Herbarium, Queen's University.
  • Fowler Herbarium Workshop Report 1984. Environmental Inventory and Planning in the Kingston Area. Fowler Herbarium, Queen's University.
  • Crowder, A.A. 1982. The Kinston Region: the Flora. Seasons 22: 16-19.
  • Crowder, A.A. 1982. The status of five rare plants in the Kingston area. Blue Bill 29: 50-52.
  • Crowder, A.A. 1981. Rideau Trail Guide (section on bogs). Rideau Trail Association, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  • Crowder, A.A. 1980. Rare plants in the Kingston area. Blue Bill 26: 59-60.
  • Crowder, A.A. 1979. Continued spread of dogstrangling vine or swallowworts, Vincetoxicum nigrum and medium. Blue Bill 26: 59-60.
  • Garwood, A.E. 1977. Rare plant near the lighthouse. Blue Bill 24: 27.
  • Garwood, A.E. 1976. Additions to the list of vascular plants of the Kingston region as recorded at the Fowler Herbarium, Queen's University. Blue Bill 23: 45.
  • Crowder, A.A. 1975. Survey of tree species at Otter Lake Sanctuary. Blue Bill 22: 42.
  • Woods, J.G. 1973. Rue Anemone in the St. Lawrence Islands National Park. Blue Bill 20: 35-36.
  • Crawford, K.C. 1972. Nodding Thistle. Blue Bill 19: 54-55.
  • Garwood, A.E. 1972. Eureka! - skunk cabbage. Blue Bill 19: 19.
  • Garwood, A.E. 1972. Of botanical interest. Blue Bill 19: 41-42.
  • van der Kloet, S. 1972. Deerberry rediscovered in the Thousand Islands. Blue Bill 19: 13-14.
  • Garwood, A.E. 1971. Some interesting botanical finds in 1970. Blue Bill 18: 16.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1970. Toadshade and virginia bluebells. Blue Bill 17: 23-26.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1970. Winter botanizing. Blue Bill 17: 4-6.
  • Macdonald, I.D. 1970. The vegetation and plant species of Rattray Marsh. Publication of the Fowler Herbarium Queen's University No. 3. 44 pp.
  • van der Kloet, S. 1970. The phenology of the lilac in the city of Kingston. Blue Bill 17: 7-11.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1969. When does it happen? FON phenology project. Ontario Naturalists' Newsletter 10: 5-6.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1969. From Wolf to Wolffia. Blue Bill 16: 53-55.
  • Garwood, A.E. 1969. Poisonous plants of the Kingston region. Blue Bill 16: 3-7.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1968. Noteworthy plants near Butterfield Lake, Jefferson County, N.Y. Blue Bill 15: 51-55.
  • Adlam, W.D. 1967. Pitch pine in Ontario. The 1000 Islander. Aug 1967, p.9.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1967. The cactus at Kaladar. Blue Bill 14: 11-12.
  • Dore, W.G. 1967. Canada's first botanic garden. Greenhouse-Garden 6: 6114.
  • Garwood, A.E. 1967. Some uncommon bog plants found near Kingston. Blue Bill 14: 45-46.
  • Zavitz, C.H. 1967. Some notes on our native evergreens. Blue Bill 14: 58-61.
  • Zavitz, C.H. 1967. Notes on the oaks of the Kingston region. Blue Bill 14: 28-29.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1966. A history of the biology department and the Fowler Herbarium of Queen's University. Publication of Fowler Herbarium No. 1. 14 pp.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1966. Spring flower survey in the Kingston region. Blue Bill 13: 4-11.
  • Dore, W.G. 1966. Opinion on the occurrence of arrow arum (Peltandra virginica) in Gananoque River. Blue Bill 13: 44-45.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1965. Vegetation of the Kingston region. Blue Bill 12: 7-12.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1965. Distribution of some spring flowers in the Kingston region. Blue Bill 12: 7-12.
  • Garwood, A.E. 1965. New localities for Arrow Arum (Peltandra virginica). Blue Bill 12: 57.
  • Garwood, A.E. & P. Little. 1962. Logan sanctuary plants. Blue Bill 9: 50-53.
  • Graduate Theses
  • O'Connell, L. 1997. Evolutionary differentiation in sexuality and life history in polyploid agamic Antennaria parlinii. M.Sc. thesis. Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
  • McNamee, S.D.W. 1997. Factors affecting the establishment of woody plants during old-field succession. M.Sc. thesis. Queen's University, Kingston.
  • McLaughlin, A. 1993. Submergent wetland distribution in the Bay of Quinte. M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • St-Cyr, L. 1989. Iron plaque on Phragmites australis. Ph.D. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • Epp, G. 1986. Allocation of competitive ability and local coexistence in plants from two different aged hayfields. M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • Henderson, J.B. 1983. The European Skipper (Thymelicus lineola): population ecology and herbivory in an old field community. M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • Taylor, G.T. 1983. Copper and nickel tolerance in clones on Typha latifolia. Ph.D. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • McBrien, H. 1983. Insect-plant interactive dynamics in an old-field community. M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • Mirehouse, P.D. 1983. Pollen-collecting tastes of individuals in two bumble bee species. M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • Schut, P.H. 1981. Some aspects of competition between Myriophyllum spicatum and other aquatic macrophytes. M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • R.N. Starling. 1978. Modern pollen in the Salmon River. Ph.D. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • McIntosh, H. 1978. Vegetation gradients and soil moisture at Lake Opinicon. M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • Taylor, G. 1977. Growth and distribution of Maianthemum canadense in the Thousand Islands region. M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • Craig, S.R. 1976. Seasonal development of structure in two macrophytic communities in Lake Opinicon, Ontario. M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • van der Kloet, S.P. 1972. The North American blueberries revisited. Ph.D. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • Webber, P.J. 1971. Gradient analysis of the vegetation around the Lewis Valley, north-central Baffin Island, NWT. Ph.D. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • McAlpine, S. 1971. Some ecological aspects of the spatial distribution of selected species of the genus Panicum. M.Sc. thesis, Department of Geography, Queen's University, Kingston.
  • Hainault, R. 1968. Flora of the islands of eastern Lake Ontario, Kingston. M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.


Refereed Journal Articles

  • Bonser, S.P. and L. W. Aarssen. (2006) Meristem allocation and life history evolution in herbaceous plants. Can. J. Bot 84: 143-150.
  • Crowder, A., R. Harmsen, and S.E. Blatt. (2008) Notes on succession in Old Fields in Southeastern Ontario: the Herbs. Can. Field Nat. 121: 182-190.
  • Crowder, A.A., J.P. Smol, R. Dalrymple, R. Gilbert, A. Mathers and J. Price. 1996. Rates of natural and anthropogenic change in shoreline habitats in the Kingston basin, L. Ontario. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 53:121-135.
  • Minns, C.K., V.W. Cairns, R.G. Randall, A. Crowder and A. McLaughlin. 1993. Macrophyte surveys of littoral habitats in Great Lakes Areas of Concern: the Bay of Quinte, Hamilton Harbour and Severn Sound. 1988-91. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 1936.
  • Crowder, A. and A. McLaughlin. 1993. Wetlands and fish habitat in the Bay of Quinte. Bay of Quinte R.A.P. monitoring report No. 3, 1991. Annual rept. Bay of Quinte R.A.P. Kingston: 75-84.
  • Crowder, A. and D.S. Painter. 1991. Submerged macrophytes in L. Ontario: current knowledge, importance, threats to stability and needed studies. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 88:1530-1545.
  • Crowder, A., J. Topping, A.E. Garwood, M. Handford, C. Vardy & H. Bretzke. 1992. The arctic collection of the Fowler Herbarium, Queen's University, 1928-1977. Canadian Field Naturalist 106: 272.
  • Crowder, A., M.C. Pearson, P.J. Grubb & P.H. Langlois. 1990. Drosera L. Journal of Ecology 78: 233-267.
  • Crowder, A. & G.J. Taylor. 1984. Characteristics of sites occupied by wild lily-of-the-valley, Maianthemum canadense, on Hill Island, Ontario. Canadian Field Naturalist 98: 151-158.
  • Crowder, A. 1983. The frequency of introduced plants and litter on paths of indices as impact in the St. Lawrence Islands National Park, Ontario. Environmental Management 7: 345-354.
  • Crowder, A., B. McLaughlin, K. Rutherford & G. van Loon. 1982. Site factors affecting semi-natural vegetation on talings at Copper Cliff, Ontario. Reclamation Review. 1: 177-193.
  • McBrien, H., R. Harmsen & A. Crowder. 1982. A case of insect grazing affecting plant succession. Ecology 64: 1035-1039.
  • McNicol, D.K., R.J. Robertson & P.J. Weatherhead. 1982. Seasonal, habitat and sex-specific habits of red-winged blackbirds: implications for agriculture. Canadian Journal of Zoology 60: 3282-3289.
  • Starling, R.N. & A. Crowder. 1981. Pollen in the Salmon River System, Ontario, Canada. Review of Paleontology and Paleobotany 31: 311-334.
  • Crowder, A. & R.N. Starling. 1980. contemporary pollen in the Salmon River Rasin Review of Paleotology and Paleobotany 30: 11-26.
  • McNeill, J. & W.J. Cody. 1978. Species-area relationships for vascular plants of some St. Lawrence Islands. Canadian Field Naturalist 92: 10-18.
  • Bristow, J.M., A.A. Crowder, M.R. King & S. van der Kloet. 1977. The growth of macrophytes in the Bay of Quinte prior to sewage removal. Naturaliste Canadiene 104: 465-473.
  • Crowder, A., J.M. Bristow, M.R. King & S. van der Kloet. 1977. Distribution, seasonality and biomass of aquatic macrophytes in Lake Opinicon (eastern Ontario). Naturaliste Canadiene 104: 441-456.
  • Crowder, A., J.M. Bristow, M.R. King & S. van der Kloet. 1977. The aquatic macrophytes of some lakes in southeastern Ontario. Naturaliste Canadiene 104: 457-464.
  • van der Kloet, S.P. 1977. The taxonomic status of Vaccinium boreale. Canadian Journal of Botany 55: 281-288.
  • Crowder, A. 1974. The collection of bryophytes in the Fowler Herbarium, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario. Canadian Field Naturalist 88: 47-55.
  • Crowder, A. & D. Cuddy. 1973. Pollen in a small river basin, Wilton Creek, Ontario. pp. 61-77, In Quaternary Plant Ecology. H. Birks & R.G. West (eds.) Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K.
  • van der Kloet, S.P. 1973. The biological status of Pitch Pine, Pinus rigida Miller, in Ontario and adjacent New York. Canadian Field Naturalist 87: 249-253.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1969. Floristicheskie sootnosheniya na ostrovakh Neoarktiki. Botan. Zhur. 54: 872-891.
  • Hainault, R. 1969. Some features of the flora of the island of eastern Lake Ontario. Canadian Field Naturalist 80: 6-73.
  • Beschel, R.E. 1968. Taimestiku uurimine kagu-ontarios. Eesti Loodus 11: 423-425.
  • Brassard, G.R. & R.E. Beschel. 1968. The vascular flora of Tanquary Fjord, northern Ellesmere Island, N.W.T. Canadian Field Naturalist 82: 103-113.
  • van der Kloet, S.P. 1968. Occurrence of Rhus copallina in Leeds County, Ontario. Canadian Field Naturalist 82: 291-293.
  • Tippett, R. 1964. An investigation into the nature of the layering of deep water sediments in two eastern Ontario lakes. Canadian Journal of Botany 42: 1693-1709.
  • Beschel, R.E. & P.J. Webber. 1962. Gradient analysis in swamp forests. Nature 194: 207-209.
  • Beschel, R.E., P.J. Webber & R. Tippett. 1962. Woodland transects of the Frontenac Axis region, Ontario. Ecology 43: 386-396.
  • Dore, W.G. 1961. A centennial floristic census of Prescott Ontario. Transactions of the Royal Canadian Institute 33: 49-115.
  • Klugh, A.B. 1908. The carices in the vicinity of Kingston. Ontario Natural Science Bulletin 4: 103-104.
  • Macoun, J. 1883-1902. Catalogue of Canadian plants. I-VII.
  • Macoun, J. & J. Gibson. 1878. Synopsis of the flora of the valley of the St. Lawrence and Great Lakes with descriptions of the rarer plants. Canadian Journal of Science Literature and History 15: 51-66, 161-176, 349-364, 429-435, 546-556.

 

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