Missouri Technical Assistance Activities
|Description and Agency||Provider(s)||Date|
Workshop: Research Needs and Management Strategies for Pallid Sturgeon Recovery. St Louis, MO.
Workshop participant on sampling design for fish and wildlife in Colorado Plateau National Parks
Worked with Columbia Environmental Research Center staff to develop and submit comprehensive research preproposal to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on pallid sturgeon ecological requirements of the pallid and shovelnose sturgeon in the Missouri River: a research strategy.
When do pallid sturgeon spawn? Missouri River Restoration and Recovery - Spring Rise Process. Hydrology and Water Quality and Pallid Sturgeon/Fish & Wildlife Technical Working Groups. U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution and CDR Associates.
When do pallid sturgeon spawn. Missouri River Restoration and Recovery - Spring Rise Process. Hydrology and Water Quality and Pallid Sturgeon/Fish & Wildlife Technical Working Groups. U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution and CDR Associates, Minneapolis, MN.
The Endangered Species Act requires USFWS to conduct periodic 5-year reviews on the conservation status of listed species. I provided a literature search and review for a second round 5- year review for the Oyster Mussel. The Service will use the comments to evaluate whether the current listing status and recovery priority number assigned to the oyster mussel are appropriate.
Tennessee Ecological Services Field Office
Technical adviser to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on their Biological Opinion to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on Operation of the Missouri River.
Summarized (with Units scientists from NE and SD) the 5 year review of the endangered Topeka shiner.
Subject matter expert panel member GS-12 Fisheries Biologist.
Subject Matter Expert Panel Member GS-12 Fisheries Biologist, CERC
Study concept: life-history requirements for recovery of age-0 Scaphirhynchus sturgeon in the lower Missouri River. Briefing to Brigadier General W. Grisoli, Commander, NW Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Columbia, MO.
Serving on Advisory Committee for Project at the University of Texas at Tyler: Extension for Pigtoe Genomics Research
University of Texas at Tyler
Science Advisor, The Nature Conservancy's Great Rivers Partnership
Provided updates on research by the Kansas Unit to the state agency at their annual Fish and Wildlife Division meeting
Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks
Provided statistical and sampling advice and assistance to determine the future directions of the Kansas Stream Survey Team
Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks
Provided model layer describing fundamentally suitable mussel habitat for component of the Meramec River Drainage.
The Nature Conservancy
|Key, Rosenberger, Lindner||2017-10-14|
Provided Missouri Department of Conservation Top leadership with overview of Cooperative Research Units
Missouri Department of Conservation
Poster Judge, Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Nebraska City, NE
Position Reviewer, Fisheries Research Biologist 11/12, Columbia Environmental Research Center
Participated, and served as discussion leader for Ecologically Sustainable Water Management, Snake River, Idaho, at The Nature Conservancy's Working Retreat.
Participated in a committee investigating how to best address ongoing Species Status Assessment Issues in the Southeast with the Fish and Wildlife Service.
Fish and Wildlife Service
Participated in U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Research and Monitoring on the Big Muddy Refuge.
Participated in U.S. FWS-U.S. Army COE Missouri River shallow water habitat monitoring design workshop.
Participated in Neosho madtom five year species status review
US Fish and Wildlife Service
Participated in MRBA's Monitoring Stakeholder Forum, Kansas City, MO
Participated in "Workshop on ecological responses of river systems to flow change, Murray-Darling Freshwater Research Center, Albury, Australia.
Part of informal committee to develop proposal to attract a USGS Regional Climate Change Hub to Kansas State
Kansas State University
Missouri River Authorized Purposes Study (MRAPS): Historical Perspectives Briefing. 12 Feb 2010. Invited panelist to brief Corps of Engineers staff from NW Division, Omaha, Kansas City and St. Louis Districts to: (1) introduce USACE members to key individuals involved with Missouri river issues that also represent the diversity of stakeholders in the lower basin. (2) provide historical background & context to: the diversity of lower basin perspectives & issues surrounding Missouri river management, and; (3)offer “lessons learned” from the master manual process & identify opportunities for process improvements with MRAPS
Missouri River Authorized Purposes Study (MRAPS): Historical Perspectives Briefing.
Met with Maureen Gallagher, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to talk of potential research/monitoring needs at Lisbon Bottoms, Big Muddy National Fish and Wildlife Refuge.
Met with Environmental Protection Agency Desoto group to develop strategies for MOR needs.
Member, Upper Mississippi River System Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program's Science Panel.
Member, Science Committee, National Fish Habitat Initiative, 2005-present
Fish Habitat Initiative
Member, National Academy of Sciences National Research Council Committee to assess the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Methods of Analysis and Peer Review for Water Resources project planning: Panel on Methods and Techniques of Project Analysis 2002-2003.
Member of 9-person steering committee for Pallid Sturgeon Research Needs Workshop held by USGS-FWS-COE-EPA; facilitated discussion among participant workgroups and edited draft report.
Invited workgroup member to review proposals for the Minnesota Environmental Trust
MN Environmental Trust
Invited workgroup member to develop fish sampling protocols for NSF sites nationwide
National Science Foundataion
Invited workgroup member to determine how climate change will affect biodiversity
National Climate Assessment
Invited workgroup member to analyze large river data nationwide to better inform large river monitoring programs
Invited speaker and technical resource, Missouri Department of Conservation Big Rivers/wetland Workshop
Invited participant, Collaborative adaptive assessment of integrated alternatives for adaptive management on a pilot stretch of the Missouri River, Lied Conference Center, Nebraska City, NE
Invited participant to USGS Dialog on Science Impact, Columbia Environmental Research Center, Columbia, MO
Invited participant to America’s Inner Coast Summit, June 22-24, 2010, St. Louis, Missouri.. This Summit brought together the leadership of non-governmental organizations, key federal agencies, large private landowners, industry, academia, and community organizations concerned with the future ecological and economic sustainability of the Mississippi River Valley (MRV). A goal of the Summit was to create high-level recommendations to be considered in developing sustainable projects and initiatives including influencing federal, state, and local guidelines and policies.
America’s Inner Coast Summit
Invited member, Scoping Document, assessment of the interlinkages among biodiversity, water, food and health (nexus assessment). Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
IUCN Red List Status Report Update Lead for Paddlefish
International Union for Conservation of Nature
Helped Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks sample Topeka shiners.
||Paukert, Whittier, Pitts||2007-07-25|
Great Plains Native Fish Conservation Areas Network, Advisory Council
Great Plains LCC
Gave Overview of The History of the Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
University of Missouri School of Natural Resources Alumni Association
Expert reviewer; Topeka Shiner Species Status Assessment
US Fish and Wildlife Service
Expert reviewer; Humpback Chub Species Status Assessment
US Fish and Wildlife Service
Cooperated with scientists from USGS's Columbia Environmental Research Center on a weeklong research exchange with the Institute for Biology of Inland Waters in Borok, Russia.
Conducted lab and data analysis, and developed report on zooplankton sampling in Kansas reservoirs
Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks
At Middle Basin Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Work Group Annual Meeting in St. Louis, MO, gave update on Unit research: Benthic fish project and Sandbar project.
Assisted U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and lower Missouri River states in developing a shallow water monitoring plan
Assisted Environmental Defense Fund in reviewing fish floodplain use information on middle Mississippi River (New Madrid floodway).
Analyzed tag return data and evaluated potential reintroduction of endangered species in southwest
Grand Canyon National Park
Analyzed channel catfish stocking data for Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks.
|Role - Description||Provider||Start Date||End Date|
|Schwartz Graduate Seminar Committee - Member||Galat||2009-01-01||Present|
|Faculty Representative, MU Wildlife and Fisheries Graduate Student Organization||Paukert||2017-04-01||Present|
|Graduate Committee, Fish and Wildlife, University of Missouri||Paukert||2010-06-01||Present|
|Chair, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Section, Division of Biology, kansas State University - represent EEB faculty for the Division of Biology||Paukert||2009-08-01||2010-05-31|
|Faculty Advisor - I serve as the faculty advisor for the Biology Graduate Student Society (BGSS) at Tennessee Tech University. I represent student concerns at faculty meetings and provide guidance and advise when needed.||Rosenberger||2018-07-01||Present|
|Strategic Planning Committee, School of Natural Resources - Create a new strategic plan for SNR and provide guidance for dissolving departments in the school.||Rosenberger||2016-09-01||2017-02-28|
|Member, Space Use and Allocation Committee, School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri - Develop space allocation use plan and policy guidelines for the administration of the School of Natural Resources at the University of Missouri.||Rosenberger||2012-09-01||2013-09-30|
|Wildlife Faculty Search Committee||Webb||2013-06-01||Present|
|Role and Organization||Individual||Start Date||End Date|
|University of Central Missouri Advisory Board for the Department of Biology||Rosenberger||2016-04-01||2017-06-30|
|USGS, Large River Monitoring Forum||Paukert||2013-07-01||Present|
|USFWS, Missouri River Effects Analysis Expert Panel||Paukert||2014-07-01||2015-07-31|
|USFWS, Midwest Region, Committee on Fish Passage for WI River||Paukert||2014-02-01||2015-06-30|
|US Fish and Wildlife Service, Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Plan Reviewer||Paukert||2013-02-01||2014-06-30|
|Technical Advisor, BiOp Team, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service||Galat||2003-11-01||2004-12-31|
|Team Leader and Principal Investigator, Large Rivers Node, National Riverine Restoration Science Synthesis Working Group, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis.||Galat||2003-05-01||2005-12-31|
|Team Advisor, Niangua darter Recovery Team||Galat||2003-12-01||2004-12-31|
|Scientific Committee Member, 6th North American Duck Symposium||Webb||2011-03-01||2013-02-28|
|Science Advisor, The Nature Conservancy's Great Rivers Partnership, Great Rivers Center.||Galat||2005-01-01||Present|
|Science Advisor, Peer Review Panel, San Juan River Recovery Implementation Program||Galat||1998-01-01||2001-12-31|
|Program Committee Member, Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference||Webb||2012-09-01||Present|
|Participant, NCEAS Working Group on NRRSS||Galat||2003-02-01||2004-08-31|
|Panel Member and presenter, nataional Adaptation Forum||Paukert||2013-02-01||2013-04-30|
|Outside member tenure/promotion review, Texas Tech University||Paukert||2015-09-01||Present|
|National Science Foundation, Committee to identify stream fish sampling protocols||Paukert||2013-02-01||Present|
|National Fish Habitat Initiative, Science Committee||Paukert||2005-06-01||Present|
|Minnesota DNR, reviewed long term lake sampling protocols||Paukert||2013-02-01||2013-04-30|
|Midwest MarshBird Working Group||Webb||None||Present|
|Michigan St Univ and USGS Science To Action Fellwoship||Paukert||2014-01-01||Present|
|Member, Upper Mississippi River System Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program's Science Panel||Galat||2005-01-01||Present|
|Member, Selection Panel for Research Supervisors, Missouri Department of Conservation||Galat||2002-12-01||2003-01-31|
|Member, Science Advisory Council, Emiquon Wetlands Restoration Project, Illinois Nature Conservancy||Galat||2001-01-01||2003-12-31|
|Member, Research Grade Evaluation Panel, U.S. Geological Survey||Galat||2006-11-01||2006-11-30|
|Member, Research Grade Evaluation Panel, U.S. Geological Survey||Galat||2003-08-01||2003-09-30|
|Member, Program Committee, Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Columbia, MO||Galat||2004-05-01||2004-05-31|
|Member, Program Committee, 2007 Missouri River Natural Resources Conference||Galat||2007-06-01||2007-08-31|
|Member, Program Committee, 2003 Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference||Galat||2003-06-01||2003-12-31|
|Member, Pallid sturgeon Workshop II Steering Committee Dec 06 , 2006||Galat||2006-12-01||2007-03-31|
|Member, Niangua Darter Recovery Team||Galat||1993-01-01||2003-05-31|
|Member, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis; Team Leader for Central US large rivers node,||Galat||2003-01-01||2005-12-31|
|Member, National Academy of Sciences National Research Council, Committee to assess U.S. Army Corps of Engineers methods of analysis and peer review for water resources project planning||Galat||2002-07-01||2003-12-31|
|Member, Missouri River Scientific Review Panel, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers||Galat||2000-03-01||2002-12-31|
|Member, Missouri River Science Plan Writing Team, U.S. Geological Survey||Galat||2001-01-01||2002-01-31|
|Member, DeSoto Group, a group of resource managers that is initiating a stakeholder adaptive management program for a target area of the lower Missouri River||Galat||2003-06-01||2003-12-31|
|Member, Core Planning Team, The Nature Conservancy's Conservation Action Planning for the Lower Missouri River, 2005-||Galat||2005-01-01||2007-12-31|
|Member, Core Advisory Group, Collaborative Adaptive Management Network (CAMNet)||Galat||2009-01-01||Present|
|Member, Big Muddy National Wildlife Refuge Biological Review Team||Galat||2008-02-01||2008-02-28|
|Member , Platte River Recovery Implementation Program, Independent Science Advisory Committee||Galat||2009-01-01||Present|
|Manuscript review, Journal of Fisheries Management||Rosenberger||2013-05-01||Present|
|Manuscript review, Freshwater Science||Rosenberger||2017-10-01||Present|
|Manuscript review, Environmental Biology of Fishes||Rosenberger||2013-04-01||Present|
|Manuscript review, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences||Rosenberger||2012-10-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review, Urban Ecosystems||Rosenberger||2016-05-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review, Transactions of the American Fisheries Society||Rosenberger||2014-07-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review, River Research and Applications||Rosenberger||2014-01-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review, Reviews in Fish Biology||Rosenberger||2015-03-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review, North American Journal of Fisheries Management||Rosenberger||2014-06-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review, Journal of Freshwater Ecology||Rosenberger||2014-01-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review, Freshwater Science||Rosenberger||2016-12-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review, Freshwater Science||Rosenberger||2015-08-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review, Freshwater Biology||Rosenberger||2012-10-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review, Ecology of Freshwater Fish||Rosenberger||2013-06-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences||Rosenberger||2014-10-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review - Southeastern Naturalist||Rosenberger||2017-06-01||Present|
|Manuscript Review - Freshwater Science||Rosenberger||2016-10-01||Present|
|Large-scale Ecosystem Restoration Program Comparison and Contrast. 21 July 2009. 3rd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Los Angeles, CA. (Facilitation questions of panel discussion)||Galat||2009-07-01||2009-07-31|
|Invited Participant, Stream Restoration Workshop, National Research Council, Water Science and Technology Board||Galat||2003-08-01||2003-08-31|
|Invited Participant, Invited Participant and International Panel Member, National Science Foundation||Galat||2001-01-01||2001-01-31|
|Invited Participant, EPA/s EMAP Great Rivers Ecosystems Indicator and Response Design Workshop||Galat||2003-04-01||2003-04-30|
|International Conference on Engineering and Ecohydrology for Fish Passage||Paukert||2013-07-01||2014-07-31|
|Internal Review, USGS||Rosenberger||2012-10-01||Present|
|Board Member, Board of Directors, International Society of River Science||Galat||2006-01-01||2007-12-31|
|Wyoming NPR article about our research on how climate change affects inland fish.||Paukert||2016-07-19|
|Wrote popular article for the Kansas Wildlife and Parks magazine called 'Cats in the Kaw' about current research on flathead catfish management in the Kansas River.||Paukert||2007-08-01|
|Was on USGS main page on project related to climate change and inland fish||Paukert||2015-06-29|
|Was 'Collaborator of the Month' for the MU College and Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources related to work climate change and inland fish||Paukert||2015-08-14|
|Visited an elementary school to exhibit and tell about crayfish in Tennessee||Rogers, Schrum||2017-12-10|
|Visited 4th grade of Paxton Keeley elementary to present fish biology and fish anatomy.||Rosenberger, Crawford||2013-05-01|
|U.S. News and World Report article on the Missouri River quoting Galat interview.||Galat||2002-06-01|
|This oral presentation to the Missouri Audubon Society outlined future research to evaluate the body condition of mid-continent light geese harvested during the Light Goose Conservation Order.||Fowler||2014-09-26|
|The MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources highlighted my work on climate change||Paukert||2016-06-30|
|Television interview with RENTV, Moscow, Russia, on Significance of invasive aquatic species in the U.S.||Galat||2002-06-01|
|Telephone interview, Detroit Free Press: Story on Lewis and Clark and biology of endangered species on Missouri River.||Galat||2003-08-01|
|Telephone interview with University of Missouri Media Relations on National Research Council's Missouri River Report. They issued as a radio press release.||Galat||2002-01-01|
|Taught a 5th grade class on mussels, crayfish, and fish of Missouri.||Rosenberger, Schrum||2014-06-01|
|TV interview with NBC affiliate KTIV, Sioux City, Iowa.||Galat||2002-04-01|
|South Farm Showcase-Missouri Fish & Wildlife Cooperative Research Unit participation.||Schrum, Crawford, Rosenberger, Pherigo, Paukert, Westhoff, Webb||2013-09-21|
|Smallmouth bass movement study was highlighted in industry newsletter fro the temperature tags we used.||Paukert, Westhoff||2014-11-19|
|Science of altering river flow debated. Source: Michael Mansur. The Kansas City (Missouri) Star article quoting David L. Galat.||Galat||2001-10-01|
|Research was highlighted in National Park Service Climate Change Response Program||Paukert||2014-12-17|
|Radio interview from Public News Service on how climate change may affect Missouri fish and wildlife||Paukert||2016-02-23|
|Quoted in Nature Conservancy Magazine 54(2):29, in article, "New Life on the Mississippi."||Galat||2004-02-01|
|Quoted in Nature Conservancy Magazine 54(1):18, in article on Portrait of a River from an interview on the Conservation Priorities of Freshwater Biodiversity in the upper Mississippi River basin.||Galat||2004-01-01|
|Quoted in Columbia Missourian article, "Mo. River's level is matter of life, death for wild creatures."||Galat||2003-06-01|
|Provided the Cookeville Earth Day a presentation on freshwater mussel diversity, life history, and the history of use and conservation in the United States.||Rosenberger||2018-04-29|
|Provide an article on what the Missouri Cooperative Research Units is and how they contribute to Missouri's conservation legacy. Conservation Federation Magazine. July 2016; page 22||Paukert||2016-07-15|
|Presented a summary of crayfish diversity, biology, ecology, and conservation issues for the Missouri Master Naturalist Group||Rosenberger||2016-04-14|
|Post doc and myself write a summary on our smallmouth bass movement study for the Missouri Smallmouth Alliance||Paukert, Westhoff||2015-02-19|
|Participated in the Annual South Farm Showcase, which provides opportunities for the local community to learn about research that takes advantage of the South Farm Facility.||Rosenberger||2013-09-01|
|Participated in an all-day Fish and Wildlife Sercie Outreach event||Rosenberger||2012-10-01|
|Organized and planned a day-long 4-H Congress outreach event to High School students. Provided and presented a fisheries curriculum for the day.||Rosenberger, Crawford, Webb||2013-08-01|
|Organized a seminar series for Osher Lifelong Learning Instutue on Missouri's Aquatic Life.||Rosenberger, Webb||2017-01-27|
|Organized a seminar series for Osher Lifelong Learning Instutue on Missouri's Aquatic Life.||Rosenberger, Paukert, Webb||2014-01-27|
|Organized a field trip to Ft. Leavenworth, KS, site of old growth Missouri River floodplain forest for 12 people from University of Missouri, U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Department of the Army Forester Matt Nowak headed trip.||Galat||2001-12-01|
|Organized a discussion series on the book "For the Love of Rivers" for the OSHER lifelong learning institute||Rosenberger||2016-01-01|
|Organized a Seminar Series on Evolutionary Biology for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.||Rosenberger||2015-01-20|
|Ontario Radio show discussing our climate change research||Paukert||2016-07-05|
|On KDHX, 88.1 FM, St. Louis Community Radio's Earthwatch Program on Missouri River issues.||Galat||2001-04-17|
|Meagan Perry, Legislative Assistant, Senator Christopher Bond||Galat||2007-08-24|
|Interviewed for the Great Outdoors Radio Show, Subject: Crayfish and Mussels||Rosenberger||2016-10-22|
|Interviewed by local NBC affiliate on how climate change affects fish||Paukert||2017-10-15|
|Interviewed by John Lyons, Columbia Missourian newspaper on Missouri River Science||Galat||2001-04-16|
|Interviewed by Christine Mlot, freelance writer on scientific value of The Nature Conservancy report, "Conservation priorities for freshwater biodiversity in the upper Mississippi River basin."||Galat||2003-11-01|
|Interview, Australian Public Ration, Comparison between Australia and U.S. water resource issues and science.||Galat||2003-07-01|
|Interview by Karen Schepeze, Columbia Missourian on historical ecology of Missouri River.||Galat||2002-10-01|
|Interview by Forrest Rose on Missouri River Institute Town Hall Meeting for University of Missouri publication, "Discover and Enlighten.||Galat||2002-02-01|
|Information to Marc Herquet, Big Rivers Magazine on Uppers Mississippi restoration.||Galat||2007-11-24|
|Information to Marc Herquet Big Rivers Magazine on Upper MS restoration.||Galat||2007-11-24|
|I was the USGS representative for a workshop on how to get jobs with state and federal natural resource agencies||Paukert||2012-11-12|
|Hosted visit by Dr. Martin Thoms, University of Canberra, Australia at University of Missouri, as he presented a Conservation Biology Lecture, a guest lecture in Stream Ecology class, and joined a Missouri River field trip led by R. Jacobson, USGS/CERC.||Galat||2002-10-01|
|Hosted Chris Hay, PhD candidate, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, for a Department of Agriculture National Needs Fellowship Offsite Research Experience Missouri River flow analysis project and seminar||Galat||2004-07-01|
|Gave Briefing to Capitol Hill staffers on the effects of climate change on inland fish.||Paukert||2016-06-13|
|Galat quoted in a Columbia Missourian article, "A supplementary study of the Missouri River is nearly conclusion."||Galat||2001-05-20|
|Galat intreview and quote: CAFNR CornerPost. Water Resources Development Act makes big waves in Congress by Katie Maupin.||Galat||2007-12-05|
|Galat interview and quote: CAFNR CornerPost. Water Resources Development Act makes big waves in Congress by Katie Maupin.||Galat||2007-12-05|
|From Lewis and Clark to Pick-Sloan to the Great Flood of 1993: an ecological history of the Missouri River. Missouri River Communities Network, 2 hour lecture/discussion||Galat||2004-02-01|
|From Lewis and Clark to Pick-Sloan to the Great Flood of 1993, an ecological history of the big Muddy. Presentation to Columbia Lions Club.||Galat||2003-01-01|
|Feature article in Mizzou Weekly, "Solving a 'Big Muddy' mystery," synopsis of Missouri Department of Conservation-funded sandbar study.||Galat||2003-12-01|
|Discussed the role of floodplain wetlands in providing habitat to migratory waterbirds to 4H Congress||Webb, Rosenberger||2015-01-01|
|Developed a newsletter on the fisheries activities of the Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit||Paukert||2006-05-01|
|Contributed data for an article in a Ducks Unlimited magazine with national readership||Webb, Beatty||2013-09-01|
|Conservation of the Missouri River Ecosystem, Boone’s Lick Chapter Missouri Master Naturalist spring training on Saturday, 17 April1 2010; 1 hour PP and discussion.||Galat||2010-04-17|
|Conducted a fish biology and fish dissection for student participating in 4-H that were interested in Missouri River Relief.||Rosenberger, Webb, Crawford, Schrum||2014-07-15|
|Co- Hosted University of Missouri Alumni Social at Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference||Paukert||2012-12-11|
|7 February, Washington, DC. Briefed Mitch King, FWS Regional Director Region 6, Dale Hall, FWS Director and Sue Haseltine Asst Director Biology, USGS on state of MOR Science. Participated in Meeting with these individuals and Kathy Copeland, Council on Environmental Quality and NW Division USACE senior staff to discuss state of MOR science.||Galat||2006-02-07|
|23 May 2007, Chris Blank Associated Press ? Effects conservation public lands on height of MOR floods||Galat||2007-05-23|
|18 May 2006, KTIV TV, Sioux City, IA. Television interview at MRNRC meeting as USGS employee. Questions about spring rise and pallid sturgeon.||Galat||2006-05-18|
|10 May 2007. Interview for NPR radio KWMU, St Louis, on river floods and floodplains||Galat||2007-05-10|