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Is Shallow Water a Suitable Surrogate for Assessing Efforts to Address Pallid Sturgeon Population Declines
- T. R. Gemeinhardt, Nathan J.C. Gosch, D. Morris, M. L. Miller, T. Welker, Joseph L. Bonneau
- 1 May 2016
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 sturgeon… Expand
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...
Habitat Alterations and Fish Assemblage Structure in the Missouri River System, USA: is Ecomorphology an Explanation?
Sampling was conducted over a two-year period to determine if fish body morphology (as indicated by the Fineness Ratio (FR), an index of fish streamlining) and habitat alterations can interact to… Expand