The history of the Atlantic Salmon in Lake Ontario

@article{Dymond2019TheHO,
  title={The history of the Atlantic Salmon in Lake Ontario},
  author={John R. Dymond and H. H. Mackay and Mary Burridge and Erling Dokk Holm and Phillippa Bird},
  journal={Aquatic Ecosystem Health \& Management},
  year={2019},
  volume={22},
  pages={305 - 315}
}
The history of the Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar), also referred to as Salmon below, in Lake Ontario is an accumulation of authentic published accounts, which were almost completed by J. R. Dymond before his death. H. H. MacKay completed the work on Dymond’s behalf (Dymond and MacKay, unpublished, 1966), but it remained largely unknown. The present authors (MEB, EH, PWB) have sought to present an updated subset of Dymond and MacKay’s work as the history of Lake Ontario Salmon is a crucial story… 
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