Chapters and books

Adams, F.D. 1913. The Monteregian Hills. International Geological Congress, Guide Book #3, pp 29-80. Geol. Surv. Can., Ottawa.

Allen, J.B., and Charsley, T.J. 1968. Nepheline-syenite and Phonolite. Institute of Geological Sciences Publication, London, 160 p.

Ashman, T.-L., & Schoen, D.J. 1995. Floral longevity: Fitness consequences and resource costs. In: Barrett, S.C.H., and Lloyd, D.G. (eds.) Floral Biology. Chapman and Hall.

Cardinal, A. 1980. Histoire de Saint Hilaire: Les Seigneurs de Rouville, Les Editions du Jour, Montreal, Quebec, 111 pages.

Dutilleul, P. R. L. 2011. Spatio-temporal heterogeneity: Concepts and analyses.

Fédération Québécoise du Loisir Scientifique. 1979. Minéralogistes, à vos roches! Loisir-Science, 5, No.1, 10-11.

Fisher, R.W., and Glenn, G.H. 1989. Micro Minerals of Mont Saint-Hilaire, Québec 168 p., 460 specimen drawings. Published by the authors.

Gill, J.E. and D.F. Gold. 1963. Mont Saint-Hilaire and Johnson Geological Association of Canada 1963 Guide Book 67-79.

Gill, J.E., and Gold, D.P. 1963. Mounts St.Hilaire and Johnson. Geological Association of Canada Guide book, Field trip #8.

Gold, D.P. 1979. Alkaline ultrabasic rocks in the Montreal area, Quebec. In Ultramafic and Related Rocks, edited by P.J. Wyllie, 288-302. Robert E. Krieger Publ.Co.

Gold, D.P. 1967. Alkaline ultrabasic rocks in the Montreal area, Quebec. In Ultramafic and related rocks. Edited by P.J. Wyllie. Wiley, New York, pp. 288-302.

Grice, J.D. 1989. Famous mineral localities of Canada. Published by Fitzhenry and Whiteside, Markham, Ontario 190 p. (100-108)

Handfield, L. et al. 1999. Le guide des papillons du Québec, version scientifique. Broquet, Canada.

Horváth, L., and Gault, R.G. 1991-94. La Minéralogie du Mont Saint-Hilaire. Le Cahier des Micromonteurs, 1991, No.2, 20-35 No.3, 3-20; 1992, No,1, 11-33, No.2, 3-10, No.3, 3-24, No.4, 31-38; 1993, No.1, 22-31, No.3, 7-18; 1994, No.1, 7. (In French)

Jaszczak, J.A. 1994. Graphite: Flat, Fibrous and Spherical. [MSH molybdenite] in Mesomolecules: From Molecules to Materials. edited by Mendenhall, D. et al., publishing by Chapman and Hall pending.

Johnsen, O., Petersen, O.V. and Gault, R.A. 1997. Optical data on minerals of the eudialyte group; discussion of the eucolite-mesodialyte-eudialyte terminology. Neues Jahrbuch fuer Mineralogie. Monatshefte, pp 371-383.

Kumarepeli, P.S. 1970. Monteregian alkalic magmatism and the St. Lawrence rift system in space and time. In Alkali Rocks: The Monteregian Hills. Ed. Perrault, G. Published by Mineralogical Association of Canada.

Lechowicz, M.J. and Bell, G. 1992. The flip side: manifestations of how plants perceive patchiness at different scales. In: M.M. Caldwell and R.W. Pearcy (eds.) Exploitation of Environmental Heterogeneity by Plants. Ecophysiological Processes Above and Below Ground, Academic Press, N.Y.

MacPherson, J. 1964. Raised shoveling and drainage evolution in the Montreal lowland. Cahier de Géographie, pp. 343-360.

Madison, D.M. 1985. Activity rhythms and spacing. In Biology of New World Microtines. Edited by R. Tamarin. Amer. Soc. Mammal Spec., Publ. No 8, pp 373-419.

Mandarino, J.A., and Anderson, V. 1989. Monteregian Treasures: The Minerals of Mont Saint-Hilaire, Quebec. Cambridge University Press, New York, 281 p.

Mandarino, J.A., Chao, G.Y., Gault, R.A., and Herd, R.K. 1986. Mineralogy and petrology of Mont St-Hilaire, Québec. Field Trip 9A: Guidebook GAC, MAC, CGU Annual Meeting, Ottawa, May 1986.

Perrault, G. 1967. Preliminary note on the mineralogy of Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec. Guidebook to the geology of parts of Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec, GAC-MAC 1967, Kingston, pp. 137-146.

Perrault, G. 1969. Mineralogy of the at Mont St. Hilaire, Quebec. In Guidebook for the Geology of the Monteregian Hills. Edited by G. Pouliot. GAC-MAC annual meeting, June 5, 6 and 7 1969, Mineral association of Canada, montreal, pp. 103-115.

Perrault, G. Gold, D.P., and Vallée, m. 1967. Mineralogy and petrology of alkaline rocks, Oka and St. Hilaire, quebec. Field trip No. 7. In Guidebook – Geology of parts of eastern Ontario and western Quebec. Edited by S.E. Jenness. GAC-MAC Kingston, Canada, pp. 335-341.

Philpotts, A.R. 1970. Mechanisms of emplacement of the Monteregian intrusion. In Alkali Rocks: the Monteregian Hills. Ed Perrault, G. Published by Mineralogical Association of Canada.

Pouliot, G. 1969. Notes on the geology of Mont St. Hilaire. In Guidebook for the Monteregian Hills. Edited by G. Pouliot. GAC-MAC Annual Meeting – june 5-7, 1969. Mineral Association of Canada, Montreal, pp. 93-102.

Roberts, W.L„ Rapp, G.R., and Weber, J. 1974. Encyclopedia of Minerals. Van Nostrand Reinhold, N.Y. 693 p.

Rousse, W.R. and R.G. Wilson. 1969. Time and space variations in the radiant energy fluxes over sloping forested terrain and their influence on seasonal heat and water balances at a middle latitude site. Geogrifiska Annalen 51, Ser. lt: 160-175. Department of Geology, MacMaster University.

Rousseau, C. 1974. Géographie floristique du Québec / Labrador. Distribution des principales espèces vasculaires. Les Presses de l'Université Laval, Québec. 799 pages.

Souder, W. 2000. A plague of Frogs: The horrifing true story. Hyperion, 299p.

Worcester Mineral Club. 1973. Geology and Mineralogy of Mount St. Hilaire, Quebec. Club Publication, Worcester, Mass. 44 p.