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Seasonal diet composition of juvenile and adult pallid sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus albus (Forbes & Richardson, 1905), in the channelized lower Missouri River
Summary Although habitat alterations and reproductive success are the main contributors to declines of the pallid sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus albus (Forbes & Richardson, 1905) listed in 1990 asExpand
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Ecosystem characteristics of remnant, headwater tallgrass prairie streams.
North America has lost >95% of its native tallgrass prairie due to land conversion, making prairie streams one of the most endangered ecosystems. Research on the basic ecosystem characteristics ofExpand
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Population size of pallid sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus albus (Forbes & Richardson, 1905), in the lower Missouri River near Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Summary The objectives of this study were to investigate the population size of hatchery-reared and wild pallid sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus albus (Forbes & Richardson, 1905), in a 43.3 riverExpand
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Evidence of Limited Recruitment of Pallid Sturgeon in the Lower Missouri River
Abstract Pallid Sturgeon Scaphirhynchus albus are endemic to the Missouri and Mississippi river basins and are rare throughout their range. The species was listed as federally endangered with littl...
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Updated assessment of hatchery-reared pallid sturgeon (Forbes & Richardson, 1905) survival in the lower Missouri River
Summary As pallid sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus albus (Forbes & Richardson, 1905), natural reproduction and recruitment remains very minimal in the lower Missouri River from Gavins Point Dam (riverExpand
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Emigration of hatchery‐reared Pallid Sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus albus (Forbes and Richardson), through a Missouri River dam
The middle Missouri River (MMR; Fort Randall Dam, SD to Gavins Point Dam, NE‐SD) is stocked with hatchery‐reared pallid sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus albus (Forbes and Richardson), from upper MissouriExpand
ECOSYSTEM PROCESSES OF PRAIRIE STREAMS AND THE IMPACT OF ANTHROPOGENIC ALTERATION ON STREAM ECOLOGICAL INTEGRITY
North America has lost more than 95% of the original tallgrass prairie because of heavy land conversion, making prairie streams some of the most endangered habitats in North America. In order toExpand