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

South Dakota Staff Member


Cari-Ann Hayer

Graduate Research Assistant Cari-Ann Hayer

Email: Cari-Ann.Hayer@crufake.gov
Research Publications Publication Date
Hoagstrom, C. W., C-A. Hayer, and C. R. Berry. 2009. Criteria for determining native distributions of biota: the case of the northern plains killifish in the Cheyenne River Drainage, North America. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19:88-95. 2009-09-30
Hoagstrom, C. W., C-A. Hayer, J. G. Kral, S. S. Wall, and C. R. Berry Jr. 2006. Rare and declining fishes of South Dakota: a river drainage scale perspective. Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science 85:171-211. 2007-04-30
Hayer, C-A., and E. R. Irwin. 2008. Influence of spatial, temporal, and abiotic factors on detection probabilities for fishes in the Mobile River Drainage, Alabama. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 137:1606-1620. 2008-11-30
Hayer, C-A., S. S. Wall, and C. R. Berry Jr. 2008. Evaluation of predicted fish distribution models for rare fish species in South Dakota. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:1259-1269. 2008-08-31
Hayer, C-A, N. L. Ahrens, and C.R. Berry Jr. 2008. Biology of flathead chub, Platygobio gracilis, in three great plains rivers. Proceedings of the South Dakota Academy of Science 87:185-196. 2009-04-30
Technical Publications Publication Date
Turner, G., E. Irwin, J. Peterson, B. Freeman, M. Freeman, E. Kramer, C. Straight, A. Wimberly, D. Moosman, C. Hayer, and J. Ruiz. 2004. Aquatic GAP: A GIS and Modeling Approach for Analysis of Biodiversity in the Tallapoosa River Basin, Alabama and Georgia. In S. Ramroop, Editor. Proceedings of the Troy State University GIS Symposium, Troy State University, Troy, Alabama. 2004-05-31
Irwin,E.R., E. Kramer, M.C. Freeman, G. Turner, D. Moosman, K. Mickett, P. Sakaris, C. Hayer, T. Piper and C.S. Straight. 2004. Aquatic Gap:Regional analysis of biodiversity in the ACT/ACT Basins: Tallapoosa River Basin. Final Report submitted to GAP Analysis Program, Moscow, Idaho. 2004-10-31
Hayer, C., S. Ranney, and S.R. Chipps. 2009. Nutrient Dynamics, algal biomass and factors affecting water clarity in Belle Fourche and Keyhole reservoirs, South Dakota and Wyomng. 2009-10-31
Hayer, C. A., S. S. Wall, and C. R. Berry Jr. 2006. Evaluation of aquatic gap analysis fish distribution models, with emphasis on rare fish species in South Dakota. Final Report, State Wildlife Grant T-9, Study Number 2409. South Dakota Department Game, Fish and Parks, Pierre. 2006-05-31
Hayer, C. A., L. J. Borgstrom, and C. R. Berry Jr. 2007. Status of selected fishes with immediate conservation need in North Dakota. 2006 Annual Report. Submitted to North Dakota Game and Fish Department, Bismarck, North Dakota. 54 pp. 2007-02-28
Hayer, C-A, L. J. Borgstrom, and C. R. Berry Jr. 2008. Status of selected fishes with immediate conservation need in the Red River Basin, 2007 Annual Report. North Dakota Game and Fish Department, Bismarck. 36 pages plus appendices. 2008-02-28
Greiner, M., C. Hayer, and S. R. Chipps. 2010. Nutrient dynamics, algal biomass, and factors affecting water clarity in Jamestown and Heart Butte reservoirs, North Dakota. Final Report to U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Bismarck, North Dakota. 30 pp. 2010-09-30