Age‐0 Shovelnose Sturgeon Prey Consumption in the Lower Missouri River

@article{Gosch2016Age0SS,
  title={Age‐0 Shovelnose Sturgeon Prey Consumption in the Lower Missouri River},
  author={Nathan J.C. Gosch and M. Miller and T. R. Gemeinhardt and T. Starks and A. Civiello and J. M. Long and Joseph L. Bonneau},
  journal={River Research and Applications},
  year={2016},
  volume={32},
  pages={1819-1823}
}
  • Nathan J.C. Gosch, M. Miller, +4 authors Joseph L. Bonneau
  • Published 2016
  • Biology
  • River Research and Applications
  • A lack of nutritious food during the first year of life is a hypothesized factor that may limit survival of endangered pallid sturgeon Scaphirhynchus albus in the lower Missouri River (LMOR). Unfortunately, information for age-0 pallid sturgeon diets remains limited, but diet analyses for age-0 Scaphirhynchus spp. (sturgeon hereafter) have occurred. Little information, however, exists on age-0 sturgeon diets in the LMOR; thus, our primary objective was to document age-0 sturgeon diets in this… CONTINUE READING
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