Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Missouri
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Missouri Staff Member


Jacob Schwoerer

Email: schwoererj@missouri.edu
Presentations Presentation Date
Schwoerer, J., H. Dodd, and C. Paukert. 2016. Using habitat, climate, and biotic interactions to predict co-occurring smallmouth bass and largemouth bass in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO. 2016-08-22
Schwoerer, J., H. Dodd, and C. Paukert. 2016. Relationships among biotic indices and their responses to ecological gradients in least-disturbed Ozark streams. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO. 2016-08-22
Schwoerer, J., C. Paukert, and H. Dodd. Vulnerability of stream communities within the National Park Services’ Heartland Inventory and Monitoring Network . Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI 2016-01-26
Schwoerer, J., C. Paukert, and H. Dodd. Stream community vulnerability to climate and land use change within the National Park Services’ Heartland Inventory and Monitoring Network Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO 2016-02-03
Schwoerer, J., C. Paukert, and H. Dodd. Consistency among biotic indices to represent environmental conditions: implications for restoration monitoring. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Indianapolis, IN 2015-02-05
Schwoerer, J, et al. The role of thermal regime on interspecific competition between largemouth bass and smallmouth bass in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. American Fisheries Society Meeting, Quebec City 2014-08-19