Pre- and Post-Construction Assessment of Nutrient Concentrations at Shallow Water Habitat Restoration Sites on the Lower Missouri River

@article{Gosch2013PreAP,
  title={Pre- and Post-Construction Assessment of Nutrient Concentrations at Shallow Water Habitat Restoration Sites on the Lower Missouri River},
  author={Nathan J.C. Gosch and D. Morris and T. R. Gemeinhardt and Joseph L. Bonneau},
  journal={Journal of Water Resource and Protection},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={249-258}
}
  • Nathan J.C. Gosch, D. Morris, +1 author Joseph L. Bonneau
  • Published 2013
  • Geology
  • Journal of Water Resource and Protection
  • Loss of shallow water habitat (SWH) is hypothesized as a factor contributing to the decline of native Missouri River fishes, including the endangered pallid sturgeon. As a result, the restoration of SWH is a high priority in this large river system. Restoration activities often include constructing side channel chutes; however, limited information exists on the potential negative, unintended effects of chute construction activities on water quality. This study was designed to better understand… CONTINUE READING
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