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Effect of Soil Solarization, Cover Crops, and Metham on Field Emergence and Survival of Buried Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua) Seeds1
Abstract: Field experiments were conducted on a silty clay loam in Corvallis, OR during the summers of 1995 and 1996 to study the effects of soil solarization, spring-planted green manure crops,Expand
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Is Shallow Water a Suitable Surrogate for Assessing Efforts to Address Pallid Sturgeon Population Declines
It is hypothesized that slow, shallow water habitats benefit larval pallid sturgeon Scaphirhynchus albus; however, testing this hypothesis is difficult, given the low number of larval pallid sturgeonExpand
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Assessment of Missouri River floodplain invertebrates during historic inundation: implications for river restoration
Floodplain connectivity is important to aquatic organisms in large rivers. Anthropogenic alterations regulating the Missouri River have limited connectivity and negatively affected native fauna.Expand
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Age-0 Sturgeon Accessibility to Constructed and Modified Chutes in the Lower Missouri River
AbstractShallow-water habitat is hypothesized to provide nursery habitat for young fish. The construction of side-channel chutes to restore shallow-water habitat is common in the lower MissouriExpand
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Early life history of three pelagic-spawning minnows Macrhybopsis spp. in the lower Missouri River.
Life-history characteristics of age-0 sturgeon chub Macrhybopsis gelida, shoal chub Macrhybopsis hyostoma and sicklefin chub Macrhybopsis meeki were compared using several methods. All MacrhybopsisExpand
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Age‐0 sturgeon and shallow water: A local‐ and reach‐scale assessment
Despite the hypothesized benefits to age-0 Scaphirhynchus sturgeon, the role that slow, shallow water plays during early life history remains uncertain. Although several studies have reported theExpand
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