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Assessing the Sustainability of Fish Communities in Glacial Lakes: Habitat Inventories and Relationships Between Lake Attributes and Fish Communities
- S. Stukel
- Environmental Science
Pallid sturgeon size structure, condition, and growth in the Missouri River Basin
Differing growth models among reaches highlights the confounding affect of habitat fragmentation by dams in the Missouri River on growth as well as potential latitudinal affects on sexual maturation.
Precision of age estimates derived from scales and pectoral fin rays of blue sucker
Pectoral fin rays and scales were compared to determine which is more precise for estimating age of blue sucker, Cycleptus elongatus (Lesueur), from the Missouri River, USA and revealed that scale ages were lower than fin-ray ages >7.
2008 Annual Report Pallid Sturgeon Population Assessment and Associated Fish Community Monitoring for the Missouri River: Segment 7
The Status of Fishes in the Missouri River, Nebraska: Pallid Sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus albus)
Anthropogenic alterations to the Missouri River have placed the Pallid Sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus albus) population in jeopardy and contributed to their listing as an endangered species. Pallid…
Updated assessment of hatchery-reared pallid sturgeon (Forbes & Richardson, 1905) survival in the lower Missouri River
An analysis confirms that hatchery-reared pallid sturgeon continue to survive in the wild, however, low survival during the first 2 years of life is a management concern as efforts are aimed at maximizing genetic diversity and population growth.
The Status of Fishes in the Missouri River, Nebraska: Shovelnose Sturgeon (Scaphirhynchus platorynchus)
The Shovelnose Sturgeon Scaphirhynchus platorynchus remains the most abundant riverine sturgeon species in North American despite the anthropogenic modifications that have occurred throughout their…
The S tatus of Fishes in the Missouri River
The Status of Fishes in the Missouri River, Nebraska: Blue Sucker Cycleptus elongatus
Blue Sucker Cycleptus elongatus are a large-bodied, benthic fish that are considered an indicator species for riverine health. A com - bination of historic commercial fishing and anthropogenic…
Comparison of Green and White Mesh Trammel Nets and Gill Nets to Assess the Fish Community in a Large River
- Greg A. Wanner, Robert A. Klumb, Dane A. Shuman, K. Steffensen, S. Stukel, N. Utrup
- Environmental Science
- 1 February 2010
Abstract Standardized monitoring programs in great rivers need to identify and minimize the bias in the estimates of fish population characteristics to enable fishery managers to make informed…