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

Missouri Research Activities


Actively managed wetland in Missouri

Research conducted by Missouri Unit scientists are strongly linked to the information need of the cooperators. Much of the research involves graduate students or post docs that develop a thesis, dissertation, and/or manuscripts from the research. Current projects by Missouri Unit scientists include determining the role of private elands for migrating waterfowl, evaluation of harvest regulations for geese, how climate change will affect fish habitat, refining ecological flow metrics for streams, conservation planning for large landscapes, endangered species recovery efforts in the Midwest and Southwest, and evaluation of habitat augmentation efforts for sportfish.
Because Missouri Unit scientists meet the information needs of the cooperators, funding and partners from the research are often from state and federal agencies such as the Missouri Department of Conservation, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, USDA, USGS, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Park Service. Much of the work is also linked to larger-scale initiatives by agencies such as Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, Migratory Bird Habitat Initiative, and the National Fish Habitat Initiative

Project Completion Date
Determination of geomorphological and landscape factors contributing to diverse Unionoid mussel communities in Missouri River systems, with particular emphasis on the Meramec River Drainage June 2019
Physiology, behavior, and tolerances of Missouri fishes of conservation concern with a focus on Niangua Darter and Topeka Shiner June 2018
Linking Wetland Management Decisions to Distribution, Habitat Use and Nesting Efforts of Secretive Marsh Birds in Missouri June 2016
Linking waterfowl distribution and abundance to spatial and June 2016
Effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals on health of aquatic organisms December 2016
Development of fish and amphibian rapid assessment protocols June 2016
Science to inform management of floodplain conservation lands under non-stationary conditions September 2017
Asian Carp Environmental DNA: Validation of Techniques May 2015
Life History of the Freckled Crayfish Cambarus maculatus in two Missouri Streams June 2016
Development of standardized and validated methods for sampling freshwater mussels in Missouri: Evaluation of factors influencing capture probability, occupancy estimation, and community and population metrics using visual survey approaches. June 2016
Movements and habitat selection of mid-continent mallards December 2013
Linking Habitat Features to Dissolved Oxygen and River Flow in the Lower Osage River, Missouri June 2018
Conservation and Management of Missouri’s Mid-Sized Rivers: Development of Sampling Protocols and Application to Priority Watershed Rivers June 2019
Assessment of Available Missouri Ecological Flow Data. June 2016
A decision support mapper for conserving stream fish habitats of the Northeast Climate Science Center region June 2016
Developing Measures of Vulnerability to Climate Change and Disturbance of Aquatic Communities in Heartland Network National Parks December 2017
Development of reference reaches for Missouri streams June 2016
Diet and temperature effects on growth of pallid and shovelnose sturgeon September 2014
eDNA for Asian carp detetection September 2014
Development of stream temperature models for selected Missouri streams June 2016
Developing stream temperature and flow models: identification of gaps in the distribution and availability of stream temperature and flow data September 2013
Activities and behavior of participants and geese during the Light Goose Conservation Action in the Rainwater Basin of Nebraska. September 2013
Distribution and habitat selection of largemouth bass related to artificial habitat structures in Table Rock Lake June 2014
Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Biodiversity September 2014
Ecological Flow Linkages in Missouri: Identifying Recent Advances and Refining the Missouri Hydrological Assessment Tool June 2013
Invasive bighead and silver carps and the Great Lakes: evaluation of alternative natural food sources for the invading carp. September 2013
Thermal conditions and stream habitat associations for fishes at Ozarks National Scenic Riverways September 2014
The role of tributaries on ecosystem recovery of the Missouri River June 2015
March 2013
Identifying the environmental factors associated with physiological, behavioral, and population changes of Missouri River sturgeon December 2010
Comparison of three approaches for spatially modeling avian-habitat relationships in the central hardwoods bird conservation region December 2009
July 2014
Amphibian conservation in agricultural landscapes October 2009
Does a copper-nitrate synergy drive algal blooms and toxicity in Sierra Nevada Lakes? July 2024
Quantifying secretive marshbird habitat use across the full annual cycle: a meta-analysis June 2021
Coordinating Aquatic Conservation Tools to Connect Priority Geographies and Guide Landscape-Level Conservation June 2023
Developing Adaptation Strategies and Replacement Costs for Recreational and Tribal Fisheries September 2021
Assessing the Biotic Community of Wetland Reserve Program Restorations in Western Kentucky and Tennessee June 2022
Evaluating the role of Wetland Reserve Program easements in providing for multiple ecosystem functions June 2022
Agent-based modeling of movements and habitat selection of mid-continent mallards January 2021
Potential for conservation lands in Middle Mississippi River September 2021
Habitat use and distribution of gravel spawning fishes June 2020
Habitat selection and dispersal of Lake Sturgeon in Missouri tributaries June 2021
Evaluation of Striped Bass stocking in Bull Shoals Lake June 2023
Playa wetlands: Ecosystem function and Potential risk in a Changing Climate May 2019
Contrasting the thermal ecology of the native Coldwater Crayfish and the native Ringed Crayfish: do these species have similar thermal tolerances and preferences? July 2016
A global review of freshwater crayfish thermal ecology July 2016
A strategic path forward for mussel conservation in the state of Missouri July 2025
Stakeholder-led science: engaging resource managers to identify science needs for long-term management of floodplain conservation lands September 2016
Changes in fish communities in arid rivers under climate change December 2016
Using agent-based waterfowl movement models to identify conservation solutions to large scale environmental variation and land use change September 2014
Evaluation of grassland restoration efforts on invertebrate communities in Missouri June 2018
Movement and habiat selection of fishes under different flow regimes June 2019
Bat occupancy patterns as a function of wildlife and forest restoration activities December 2019
Determine concentrations and persistence of imidacloprid, clothianidin and thiamethoxam in terrestrial agricultural settings on Missouri public areas June 2019
Prevalence of neonicotinoid insecticides on MDC intensively managed wetland areas and surrounding landscapes with a focus on impacts to aquatic invertebrates June 2019
Identification of summer habitat of the federally endangered Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) and three other bat species of special concern within the Ozark - Central Recovery Unit; with application for landscape distribution use. December 2016
Which geese are being harvested? Body condition of lesser snow (Chen caerulescens caerulescens) and Ross’s Geese (C. rossii) harvested by different methods during the light goose conservation order. December 2019
A spatial assessment of the status and risks to mussel concentrations in the Meramec drainage June 2019
Fish Community Response to Stream Flow Alterations in Wadeable Missouri Streams June 2020
Determining Electrofishing Immobilization Thresholds of Smallmouth Bass, Blue Catfish and Flathead Catfish: A Critical Step to Develop a Standardized Sampling Protocol June 2020
Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Global Inland Fisheries December 2019
Research Publications Publication Date
​​​​Paukert, C., E. Kleekamp, and R. Tingley. 2020. Identifying Candidate Reference Reaches to Assess the Physical and Biological Integrity of Wadeable Streams in Different Ecoregions and Stream Sizes. Ecological Indicators 111. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2019.105966 April 2020
Wineland, S. M., R. Fovargue, B. York, A. J. Lynch, C. P. Paukert, and T. M. Neeson. 2020. Is there enough water? How bearish and bullish outlooks shape decision-maker perspectives on environmental flows. Journal of Environmental Management https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111694

November 2020
Williams, C.K., B.D. Dugger, M.G. Brasher, J.M. Coluccy, D.M. Cramer, J.M. Eadie,M.J. Gray. H.H. Hagy, M. Livolsi, S.R. McWilliams, M. Petrie, G.J. Soulliere, J.M. Tirpak and E.B. Webb. 2014. Estimating energetic carrying capacity for migrating and wintering waterfowl: Considerations, pitfalls and improvements. Wildfowl 4:407-435. October 2014
Wildhaber, M. L., P. J. Lamberson and D. L. Galat. 2003. A comparison of measures of riverbed form for evaluating distributions of benthic fishes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23:543-557. April 2003
Wildhaber, M. L., A. J. DeLonay, D. M., Papoulias, D. L., Galat, R. B., Jacobson, D. G. Simpkins, P. J., Braaten, C. E., Korschgen, and M. J. Mac. 2007. A conceptual life-history model for pallid and shovelnose sturgeon: U. S. Geological Survey Circular 1315, 18 p. Online at: http://pubs. usgs. gov/circ/2007/1315/ July 2007
Whittier, J., J. Westhoff, C. Paukert, and R. Rotman. 2020. Use of multiple temperature logger models can alter conclusions. Water2(3), 668; doi.org/10.3390/w12030668 March 2020
Whitney, J., J. Whittier, and C. Paukert. 2017. Environmental niche models for native and nonnative fishes in an arid-land riverscape and their similarity according to phylogeny and functionality. Ecosphere 27: 463-479 DOI: 10.1002/s2.1658. January 2017
Whitney, J., J. Whittier, C. Paukert, J. Olden, and A. Strecker. 2017. The influence of fish traits on forcasted range shifts of arid-land fishes in response to climate change. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 1-17. DOI 10.1007/s11160-017-9479-9 June 2017
Whitney, J. E., and 8 coauthors. 2016. Mechanistic basis of climate change impacts on the physiology of North American inland fishes. Fisheries 41:332-345. July 2016
Whiting, D. P., C. P. Paukert, B. D. Healy, and J. J. Spurgeon. 2014. Prey availability and food web dynamics of nonnative trout in a Colorado River tributary, Grand Canyon. Freshwater Science 33:872-884. June 2014
White, K., *J. Gerken, C. Paukert, and *A. Makinster. 2010. Fish community structure in natural and engineered habitats in the Kansas River. River Research and Applications 26:797-805. September 2010
Westhoff, J., and C. Paukert. Climate change simulations predict altered biotic response in a thermally heterogeneous stream system. PLoS One. October 2014
Westhoff, J., C. Paukert, et. al. 2014. Behavioral thermoregulation and bioenergetics of riverine smallmouth bass associated with ambient cold-period thermal refuge. Ecology of Freshwater Fish DOI: 10.1111/eff.12192. October 2014
Westhoff, J. and A.E. Rosenberger. 2016. A global review of freshwater crayfish thermal ecology. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 26:329-349. May 2016
Webb, E.B., L.M. Smith, M. Vrtiska, and T.G. LaGrange. 2011. Factors Influencing Behavior of Wetland Birds During Spring Migration in the Rainwater Basin. Waterbirds 34:457-467 December 2011
Wagner, T. J.B. Whittier, J.T. DeWeber, S.R. Midway, and C.P. Paukert. 2017. Annual changes in seasonal river water temperatures in the eastern and western United States. Water 9(2), 90; doi:10.3390/w9020090 February 2017
Tingley, R. W., Hansen, J. F., Isermann, D. A., Fulton, D. C., Musch, A. and Paukert, C. P. (2019), Characterizing Angler Preferences for Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, and Walleye Fisheries in Wisconsin. North Am J Fish Manage 39:676-692. doi:10.1002/nafm.10301 May 2019
Tingley III, R. W., C. Paukert, G. G. Sass, P. C. Jacobson, G. J. A. Hansen, and A. J. Lynch. 2019. Adapting to climate change: Guidance for the management of inland glacial lake fisheries. Lake and Reservoir Management 35: 435-452. https://doi.org/10.1080/10402381.2019.1678535 November 2019
Tidwell, P.R., E.B. Webb, M.P. Vrtiska, and A.A. Bishop. 2013. Diet and food selection of female mallards and blue-winged teal during spring migration. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 4:63-74. June 2013
Tapp, J.L., M.M. Weegman, E.B. Webb, R.M. Kaminski and J.B. Davis. 2018. Waterbird communities and seed biomass in managed and non-managed restored wetlands in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Restoration Ecology May 2018
Tapp, J.L. and E.B. Webb. 2015. Aquatic invertebrate response to habitat management at Wetland Reserve Program easements in the lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Wetlands 35:183-192. January 2015
Staudt, A., A. Leidner, J. Howard, K. Brauman, J. Dukes, L. Hansen, C. Paukert, J. Sabo, L. Solorzano. 2012. Climate change effects on already stressed biodiversity, ecosystems, and ecosystem services. Pages 5-1 to 5-32 in: S. Carter, F. S. Chapin III, N. Grimm, P. Kareiva, M. Ruckelshaus, M. Staudinger, A. Staudt, B. Stein, editors. Climate Change Impacts on Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Ecosystem Services: Technical Input to the National Climate Assessment. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA. July 2012
Staudt, A., A. K. Leidner, J. Howard, K. A. Brauman, J. Dukes, L. Hansen, C. Paukert, J. Sabo, L. A. Solórzano. Adding Fuel to the Fire: Interactions of Climate Change with Other Environmental Stressors. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11(9): 494-501. November 2013
Stafford, J. D., A. K. Janke, E. B. Webb, and S. R. Chipps. 2016. Invertebrates in Managed Waterfowl Marshes. Pages 565-600 in D. Batzer and D. Boix, editors. Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands: An international perspective on their ecology. Springer. April 2016
Spurgeon, J., C. Paukert, D. Whiting, B. Healy, and C. Kelley. 2014. Can translocated native fishes retain their trophic niche when confronted with a resident invasive? Ecology of Freshwater Fish. July 2014
Spurgeon, J., C. Paukert, B. Healy, M. Trammell, D. Speas, and E. Omana-Smith. 2015. Translocation of Humpback Chub into tributary streams of the Colorado River: implications for conservation of large-river fishes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144:502-514. May 2015
Sievert, N.S., J.B. Whittier, and C. P. Paukert. 2019. Influence of Conservation Planning Methodology on Species Representation and Spatial Distribution of Priority Areas. Pages 85 to 108 in D. Dauwalter, editor. Multispecies and Watershed Approaches to Freshwater Fish Conservation. American Fisheries Society Symposium. September 2019
Sievert, N., C. Paukert, Y. Psang, and D. Infante. 2016. Development and Assessment of an Index to Determine Stream Fish Vulnerability to Climate Change and Habitat Degradation. Ecological Indicators. May 2016
Sievert, N. A., C. P. Paukert, and J. B. Whittier. 2020. A Framework to Incorporate Established Conservation Networks into Freshwater Conservation Planning. Frontiers in Environmental Science: https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2020.515081 December 2020
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, and E.B. Webb. Reducing Lead Poisoning in Wildlife and Associated Human Health Risks. January 2019
Schloesser, J. T., C. P. Paukert, W. J. Doyle, T. D. Hill, K. D. Steffensen, and V. H. Travnichek. 2012. Heterogeneous detection probabilities for imperiled Missouri River fishes: implications for large river monitoring programs. Endangered Species Research 16:211-224. March 2012
Schepker, T.J., T. LaGrange and E.B. Webb. In review. Are waterfowl food resources limited during spring migration? An energetic assessment of playas in Nebraska's Rainwater Basin June 2018
Schepker, T.J., E. B. Webb, D. Tillitt and T. LaGrange . 2020. Neonicotinoid insecticides in agricultural wetlands and associations with aquatic invertebrate communities. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 287:106678 January 2020
Satowski, L.E., K.W. Goyne, S.H. Anderson, R.L. Lerch, E.B. Webb and D.D. Snow. In review. Imidacloprid sorption and transport in cropland, grass buffer and riparian buffer soils. Vadose Zone Journal January 2018
Sargent, J. C., and D. L. Galat. 2002. Fish mortality and physicochemistry in a managed wetland. Wetlands Ecology and Management 10:115-121. August 2002
Rosenberger, A.E., J.B. Dunham, J. Neuswanger, and S. Railsback. 2015. Legacy effects of wildfire on stream thermal regimes and rainbow trout ecology. Freshwater Science 34:1571-1584. August 2015
Roberts, A., J. Hundley, A. Rosenberger, K. Bouska, D. Mosby, B. Simmons, and G. Lindner. 2016. Quantitative survey of freshwater mussels (Unionidae) and assessment of sediment contamination in the Big River, Missouri. Fish and Wildlife Service Report (Available Online, https://www.fws.gov/Midwest/es/ec/nrda/SEMONRDA/index.html). January 2016
Reeves, K. S., and D. L. Galat. Do larval fishes exhibit diel drift patterns in a large, turbid river? | Abstract April 2010
Rabeni, C. F., K. E. Doisy and D. L. Galat. 2002. Testing the biological basis of a stream habitat classification using benthic invertebrates. Ecological Applications 12:782-796. May 2002
Pool, T. K., J. D. Olden, J. B. Whittier, and C. P. Paukert. 2010. Environmental drivers of fish functional diversity and composition in the Lower Colorado River Basin. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67:1791-1807. October 2010
Pease, A., and C. Paukert. 2014. Potential impacts of climate change on growth and prey consumption of stream-dwelling smallmouth bass in the central United States. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 23:336-346. July 2014
Paukert, C. P., and J. Spurgeon. Age structure. Pages 221-232 in M. Quist and D. Isermann, editors. Age and growth of fishes: principles and techniques. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. November 2017
Paukert, C. P., and 8 coauthors. 2016. Adapting fisheries management to a changing climate. Fisheries 41:374-384. July 2016
Paukert, C. P., and 11 coauthors. Designing a global assessment of climate change on inland fish and fisheries: knowns and needs. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 27:393-409. doi.org/10.1007/s11160-017-9477-y June 2017
Paukert, C. P., K. L. Pitts, J. B. Whittier, and J. D. Olden. 2011. Development and assessment of a landscape-level ecological threat index of the Lower Colorado River Basin. Ecological Indicators 11:304-310. January 2011
Paukert, C. P. 2020. Don’t Worry, Be Happy: Learning to Let Go. in: Lessons in Leadership: Integrating Courage, Vision, and Innovation for the Future of Sustainable Fisheries. American Fisheries Society August 2020
Paukert, C. P and D. Galat. 2010. Large warmwater rivers. Pages 699-730 In: W. A. Hubert and M. C. Quist, editors. Inland Fisheries Management in North America, third edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. October 2010
Paukert, C. 2014. Paddlefish. Pages 105-106 in Fishes of Kansas, 3rd edition. University Press of Kansas, Lawrence. May 2014
Parker, D., J.T. Anderson, C. Rhett Jackson, B.Miller, and A. Rosenberger. 2014. Grand Challenge: Water In Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, Board on Natural Resources and Board on Oceans, Atmosphere, and Climate, "Science, Education and Outreach Roadmap for Natural Resources," An electronic version of this publication is available here: http://hdl.handle.net/1957/47169 January 2014
Palmer, M. A., E. S. Bernhardt, J. D. Allan, P. S. Lake, G. Alexander, S. Brooks, J. Carr, S. Clayton, C. Dahm, J. Follstad Shah, D. L. Galat, S. Gloss, P. Goodwin, D. H. Hart, B. Hassett, R. Jenkinson, G. M. Kondolf, R. Lave, J. L. Meyer, T. K. O'Donnell, L. Pagano, P. Srivastava, and E. Sudduth. 2005. Standards for ecologically successful river restoration. Journal of Applied Ecology 42:208-217. April 2005
O’Daniels, S.D., D.C. Kesler, J.D. Mihail, E.B. Webb and S.J. Werner. 2018. Light reflectance of decayed wood varies by decay fungi: implications for woodpecker visual cues. April 2018
O’Daniels, S.D., D.C. Kesler, J.D. Mihail, E.B. Webb and S.J. Werner. 2017. Functional visual sensitivity to ultraviolet wavelengths in the Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) and its influence on foraging substrate. Physiology & Behavior 174:144-154. June 2017
Owen, R.K., E.B. Webb. K.W. Goyne, B.M. Svoma and S. Guatam. 2019. Using climate model output data in ecological experiments: a Great Plains case study. Ecosphere September 2019
Owen, R.K., E.B. Webb, D.A. Haukos, and K.W. Goyne. 2020. Projected climate and land use changes drive plant community composition in agricultural wetlands. Environmental and Experimental Botany 175 (2020) 104039. April 2020
Owen, R.K., E.B. Webb, D.A. Haukos, F.B. Fritschi and K.W. Goyne. 2020. Barnyardgrass (Echinochloa crusgalli) emergence and growth in a changing climate in Great Plains wetlands. Wetlands Ecology and Management https://doi.org/10.1007/s11273-019-09693-0 January 2020
Olmstead, V.G., E.B. Webb, and R.W. Johnson. 2013. Moist-soil seed biomass and species richness on Wetland reserve Program easements in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Wetlands 33:197-206. January 2013
O'Donnell, T. K., and D. L. Galat. 2007. River enhancement in the Upper Mississippi River Basin: approaches based on river uses, alterations, and management agencies. Restoration Ecology 15: 538-549 September 2007
O'Donnell, T. K., and D. L. Galat. 2007. Evaluating success criteria and project monitoring in river enhancement within an adaptive management framework. Environmental Management 41:90-105 January 2007
O'Donnell, K. T., C. Baffaut, and D. L. Galat. 2008. Predicting effects of bet management practices on sediment loads to improve watershed management in the Midwest, U. S. A. International Journal of River Basin Management. 3: 243-256. October 2008
Neuswanger, J, Wipfli, MS, Rosenberger, AE, and Hughes NF. 2016. Measuring fish and their habitats: Versatile 2-D and 3-D video techniques with user-friendly software. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 10.1139/cjfas-2016-0010. June 2016
Neuswanger, J, Wipfli MS, Rosenberger AE, Hughes NF. Mechanisms of drift-feeding behavior in juvenile Chinook salmon and the role of inedible debris in a clear-water Alaskan stream. Environmental Biology of Fishes 97:489-503. January 2014
Neuswanger, J, M Wipfli, M Evenson, N Hughes, A Rosenberger. 2015. High summer stream discharge strongly correlates with low productivity of stream-type Chinook salmon in two Alaskan rivers in the Yukon drainage. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72:1125-1137. April 2015
National Research Council (member of panel-Galat), Panel on Methods and Techniques of Project Analysis, Committee to Assess the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Methods of Analysis and Peer Review for water resources project planning, Water Science and Technology Board. 2004. Analytical methods and approaches for water resources project planning. National Academies Press, Washington, DC. August 2004
Myers, B.E., Lynch, A.J., Bunnell, D.B., Chu, C., Falke, J.A., Kovach, R.P., Krabbenhoft, T.J., Kwak, T.J., and C.P. Paukert. 2017. Global synthesis of the projected and documented effects of climate change on inland fishes. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 27:339–361.DOI 10.1007/s11160-017-9476-z June 2017
Moore, M., C. Paukert, and T. Moore. 2020. Effects of latitude, season and temperature on Lake Sturgeon movement. North American Journal of Fisheries Management https://doi.org/10.1002/nafm.10416. February 2020
Midway, S.R., T. Wagner, J.D. Zydlewski, B.J. Irwin, and C.P. Paukert. 2016. Transboundary Fisheries Science: Meeting the Challenges of Inland Fisheries Management in the 21st Century. Fisheries 41:537-546. | Download September 2016
Mattingly, H. T., and D. L. Galat. 2004. Predictive performance of a summer microhabitat model for the threatened Niangua darter, Etheostoma mianguae. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 19:109-114. June 2004
Mattingly, H. T., and D. L. Galat. 2002. Distributional patterns of the threatened Niangua darter, Etheostoma nianguae, at three spatial scales, with implications for species conservation. Copeia 2002:573-585. August 2002
Mattingly, H. T., J. Hamilton and D. L. Galat. 2003. Reproductive ecology and captive breeding of the threatened Niangua darter Etheostoma nianguae. American Midland Naturalist 149:375-383. June 2003
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and D. Mengel. 2020. Reduced species richness of native bees in field margins associated with neonicotinoid concentrations in non-target soils. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 287:106693 January 2020
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and D. Mengel. 2019. Field-level characteristics influence wild bee functional guilds on public lands managed for conservation. March 2019
Main, A.R., M.L. Hladik, E.B. Webb, K.W. Goyne and D. Mengel. 2020. Beyond pesticides - wild pollinators are exposed to a range of pesticides while foraging in agroecosystems. Science of the Total Environment November 2020
Main, A.R., E.B. Webb, K.W. Goyne and D. Mengel. 2018. Neonicotinoid insecticides negatively affect performance measures of non-target terrestrial arthropods: a meta-analysis. Ecological Applications 28:1232-1244. July 2018
MacPherson, M.P., E.B. Webb. A. Raedeke, D. Mengel and F. Nelson. A review of Bayesian belief networks as a decision-support tool for wetland conservation: investigating the potential for water birds as umbrella taxa August 2018
Lynch, A.J., R.G. Asch, W.W.L. Cheung, C.P. Paukert, R.R. Rykaczewski, W.H.H. Sauer. 2017. Impacts of climate change on marine and inland fishes and fisheries: looking back and moving forward. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. IP-085562. June 2017
Lynch, A. J., and 10 coauthors. 2016. Climate change effects on North American inland fish populations, assemblages, and aquatic communities. Fisheries 346-361. DOI: 10.1080/03632415.2016.1186016 July 2016
Lynch, A. J., D. M. Bartley, T. D. Beard, Jr., D. B. Bunnell, S. J. Cooke, I. G. Cowx, S. Funge-Smith, C. P. Paukert, M. W. Rogers, and W. W. Taylor. 2020. InFish: A research network to promote global conservation and responsible use of inland fish. Fisheries https://doi.org/10.1002/fsh.10419 April 2020
Long, J.M., J.D. Schooley, and C.P. Paukert. 2017. Long-term movement and age potential of a paddlefish in the Arkansas River basin of Oklahoma. The Southwestern Naturalist 62: 212-215. doi.org/10.1894/0038-4909-62.3.212 September 2017
Liu, H., C. Gou, X. Qu, F. Xiong, C. P. Paukert, Y. Chen, and W. Su. 2020. Fish diversity, endemism, threats, and conservation in the Jinsha River basin (upper Yangtze), China. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. https://doi.org/10.1002/nafm.10441 March 2020
Lindner, G., K. Bouska. E. Bulliner, R. Jacobson, and C. Paukert. 2017. Science to Inform Management of Floodplain Conservation Lands under Non-Stationary Conditions. Final Report to the US Geological Survey, Northeast Climate Science Center. December 2017
Lennox, R. J. C. P. Paukert and 28 coauthors. Hundred pressing questions on the future of global fish migration science, conservation, and policy. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7:286. DOI: 10.3389/fevo.2019.00286 August 2019
Laske, SM, AE Rosenberger, WJ Kane, MS Wipfli, CE Zimmerman. 2017. Top-down control of invertebrates by Ninespine Stickleback in Arctic ponds. Freshwater Biology DOI: 10.1086/690675. January 2017
Laske, S, T Haynes, A Rosenberger, J Koch, M Wipfli, M Whitman, C Zimmerman. 2016. Surface water connectivity structures Arctic lake fish assemblages: Influence of local and regional drivers. Freshwater Biology 61:1090-1104. April 2016
LaRose, J., E.B. Webb, and D. Finke. 2020. Comparing native bee communities on reconstrcuted and remnant prairie in Missouri. The Prairie Naturalist December 2020
LaRose, J., E.B. Webb, and D. Finke. 2019. Comparing grasshopper communities on tallgrass prairie reconstructions and remnants in Missouri. Insect Conservation and Diversity August 2019
Kuechle, K.J., E.B. Webb, D. Mengel and A.R. Main. 2019. Factors influencing neonicotinoid insecticide concentrations in floodplain wetlands sediments across Missouri. Environmental Science and Technology August 2019
Krabbenhoft, T., Myers, B., Wong, J., Chu, C., Tingley, R., Falke, J., Kwak, T., Paukert, C., and A. Lynch. 2020. Fish and Climate Change (FiCli) Database: Informing management actions for responding to climate change effects in fishes. Scientific Data. 7:124. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-020-0465-z. April 2020
Klymus, K., C. Richter, D. Chapman, and C. Paukert. A reply to Iversen et al.’s comment Monitoring of animal abundance by environmental DNA - an increasingly obscure perspective. Biological Conservation. September 2015
Klymus, K., C. A. Richter, D. Chapman, and C. Paukert. 2015. Quantification of eDNA shedding rates from invasive bighead carp Hypophthalmichthys nobilis and silver carp Hypophthalmichthys molitrix. Biological Conservation 183:77-84. March 2015
Kesler, D.C., A.H Raedeke, J.R. Foggia, W.S. Beatty, E.B. Webb, D.D. Humburg, and LW. Naylor. 2014. Effects of satellite transmitters on captive and free-ranging mallards. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:557-565. September 2014
Kesler, D.C, E.B. Webb, and J.R. Walters. Conservation Tools and Strategies, Chapter 27 in Ornithology: Foundation, Critique and Application. August 2018
Kaemingk, M.A., J. C. Jolley, C. P. Paukert, D. W. Willis, R. S. Holland, G. A. Wanner, and M. Lindvall. 2016. Common carp disrupt ecosystem structure and function through middle-out effects. Marine and Freshwater Research. June 2016
Jeffress, M.R., C.P. Paukert, B. K. Sandercock, and P. Gipson. 2011. Factors affecting the detectability of river otters during sign surveys. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:144-150. January 2011
Jeffress, M., R., C. P. Paukert, J. B. Whittier, B. K. Sandercock, and P. S. Gipson. 2011. Scale-dependent factors affecting North American river otter distribution in the Midwest. American Midland Naturalist 166:177-193. January 2011
Jacobson, R. B., and D. L. Galat. 2008. Design of naturalized flow regime - and example from the Lowere Missouri River, USA. Ecohydrology 1:81-104 August 2008
Jacobson, R. B., and D. L. Galat. 2005. Flow and form in rehabilitation of large-river ecosystems: an example from the lower Missouri River. Geomorphology 77:249-269 January 2006
J. Whitney, R. Al-Chokhachy, D. Bunnell, C. Caldwell, S. Cooke, E. Eliason, M.Rogers, A. J. Lynch, C. Paukert. 2016. Physiological basis of climate change impacts on North American inland fish. Fisheries. 41(7): 332-345. DOI: 10.1080/03632415.2016.1186656 July 2016
Isermann, D. and C. P. Paukert. 2010. Regulating Harvest. Pages 185-212 In: W. A. Hubert and M. C. Quist, editors. Inland Fisheries Management in North America, third edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. October 2010
Hunt, L. E. Fenichel, D.C. Fulton and 5 coauthors. (2016). Identifying multiple pathways for climate change to impact inland recreational fishers. Fisheries 41:362-373. July 2016
Holtswarth, J.N., F.E. Rowland, H.J. Puglisc, M.L. Hladik, and E.B. Webb. 2019. Effects of the neonicotinoid pesticide clothianidin on southern leopard frog (Lithobates sphenocephalus) tadpole behavior. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 103:717-712. November 2019
Hoem Neher, T.D., A. Rosenberger, C. Zimmerman, C.M. Walker, and S.J. Baird. 2013. Estuarine environments as rearing habitats for juvenile coho salmon in contrasting south-central Alaska watersheds. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142:1481–1494. October 2013
Hoem Neher, T., A.E. Rosenberger, C.E. Zimmerman, C.M. Walker, and S.J. Baird. 2013. Use of Glacier River-fed Estuary Channels by Juvenile Coho Salmon: Transitional or Rearing Habitats? Environmental Biology of Fishes DOI 10.107/s10641-013-0183-x. October 2013
Haynes, T.B., J.A. Schmutz, M.S. Lindberg, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2014. Risk of predation and weather events affect nest site selection by sympatric yellow-billed and Pacific loons in Arctic habitats. Waterbirds 37:16-25. April 2014
Haynes, T.B., J.A. Schmutz, M.S. Lindberg, K.G. Write, B.D. Uher-Koch, and A.E. Rosenberger. In press. Occupancy of yellow-billed and Pacific loons: evidence for interspecific competition and habitat-mediated co-occurrence. Journal of Avian Biology. 45: 296–304. March 2014
Haynes, T.B., A.E. Rosenberger, M.S. Lindberg, M. Whitman, and J.A. Schmutz. 2014. Environmental influences on lake occupancy patterns provide insight to life history strategies of Arctic fish. Freshwater Biology 59:1884-1896. June 2014
Haynes, T.B., A.E. Rosenberger, M. Lindberg, M. Whitman, and J. Schmutz. 2013. Method- and species-specific detection probabilities of fish occupancy in Arctic Lakes: Implications for design and management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70:1055-1062. May 2013
Haynes, T., J. Schmutz, J.F. Bromaghin, S.J. Iverson, V.M. Padula, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2015. Diet of yellow-billed loons in Arctic lakes during the nesting season inferred from fatty acid analysis. Polar Biology 38:1239-1247. August 2015
Harris, J., C. Paukert, S. Bush, M. Allen, and M. Siepker. Movement, habitat selection, and home range of Largemouth Bass in Table Rock Lake, Missouri. Science Note, Missouri Department of Conservation September 2013
Harris, J. M., C. P. Paukert, S. C. Bush, M. J. Allen, and M. J. Siepker. 2018. Diel habitat selection of largemouth bass following woody structure installation in Table Rock Lake, Missouri. Fisheries Management and Ecology 25:107-115; doi/10.1111/fme.12266. April 2018
Guo, C., Y. Chen, R. Gozlen, Z. Li, T. Mehner, S. Lek, X. Ke, and C. Paukert. 2019. Biogeographic freshwater fish pattern legacy revealed despite rapid socio-economic change in developing countries. Fish and Fisheries 20:857-869. DOI: 10.1111/faf.12380 June 2019
Gerken, J., and C. Paukert. 2013. Fish Community and Habitat Factors Associated with the Distribution of Topeka Shiner (Notropis topeka) in Kansas Streams. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 28:503-516. December 2013
Galat, D. L., and R. Lipkin. 2000. Restoring ecological integrity of great rivers: historical hydrographs aid in defining reference conditions for the Missouri River. In M. Jungwirth, S. Muhar and S. Schmutz (editors), Assessing the ecological integrity of running waters, Proceedings of the International Conference. Hydrobiologia 422/423:29-48. November 1999
Galat, D. L., and I. Zweimuller. 2001. Conserving large-river fishes: is the "highway analogy" an appropriate paradigm? Journal of the North American Benthological Society 20(2):266-279. July 2001
Galat, D. L., J. W. Barko, S. M. Bartell, M. Davis; B. L. Johnson, K. S. Lubinski, J. M. Nestler, and D. B. Wilcox. 2007. Environmental Science Panel Report: Establishing System-wide Goals and Objectives for the Upper Mississippi River System. NESP ENV Report 6. U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island, St. Louis, and St. Paul Districts. 32 pp October 2007
Galat, D. L., C.R. Berry, Jr., E. J. Peters, and R. G. White. 2009. Missouri River. Pages 427-480 in A. C. Benke and C. E. Cushing (editors). Field Guide to Rivers of North America. Academic Press December 2009
Galat, D. L., C. R. Berry, W. M. Gardner, J. C. Hendrickson, G. E. Mestl, G. J. Power, C. Stone and M. R. Winston. 2005. Spatiotemporal patterns and changes in Missouri River fishes. Historical changes in large river fish assemblages of the Americas, J. N. Rinne and R. Hughes, eds., American Fisheries Society Symposium 45:249-291. September 2005
Galat, D. L., C. R. Berry Jr., E. J. Peters and R. G. White. 2005. Missouri River basin, Chapter 10. IN Rivers of North America, A. C. Benke and C. E. Cushing, eds., Elsevier, Oxford. May 2005
Galat, D. L. Forward. Pages i-iii. In Bergman, H. L., A. M. Boelter, K. Parady, C. Fleming, T. Keevin, D. C. Latka, C. Korschgen, D. L. Galat, T. Hill, G. Jordan, S. Krentz, W. Nelson-Stastny, M. Olson, G. E. Mestl, K. Rouse, and J. Berkley. 2008. Research Needs and Management Strategies for Pallid Sturgeon Recovery. Proceedings of a Workshop held July 31?August 2, 2007, St. Louis, Missouri. Final Report to the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. William D. Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Wyoming, Laramie. 36 pp + appendices. August 2007
Galat, D. L. 1999. Restoring the natural range of Missouri River flow variability to benefit declining species. Pages 15-18 in R. Sakrison and P. Sturtevant (editors), Watershed management to protect declining species. American Water Resources Association, Middleburg, VA, TPS-99-4. 561 pages. October 1999
Fowler, D.N., K.J. Kuechle, B.A. Woodall, M.P. Vrtiska and E.B. Webb. 2018. Evaluating indices of lipid and protein contentin lesser snow and Ross' geese during spring migration. Wildlife Society Bulletin 42: 295-303. June 2018
Fowler, D.N., E.B. Webb, and M.P. Vrtiska. 2020. Condition Bias of Decoy-Harvested Light Geese During the Conservation Order. The Journal of Wildlife Management 84:33-44. January 2020
Fowler, D.N., E.B. Webb, M.P. Vrtiska and K.A. Hobson. 2020. Winter carry over effects on spring body condition in a long distant migrant and implications for survival: a test using lesser snow geese. Avian Conservation and Ecology December 2020
Foley, K., A.E. Rosenberger, and F. Mueter. 2015. Effectiveness of low-effort, single-pass backpack electrofisher use for estimation of juvenile coho salmon abundance in Alaskan headwater streams. Fisheries Science 81: 601-610. May 2015
Fischer, J., C. Paukert, and M. Daniels. 2014. Influence of Riparian and Watershed Alterations on Sandbars in a Great Plains River. River Research and Applications DOI: 10.1002/rra.2811. | Abstract July 2014
Farmer, J. A., E.B. Webb, R.A. Pierce and K.W. Bradley. 2017. Influence of waterfowl migration on weed seed distribution. Pest Management Science December 2017
Eitzmann, J. L., and C. P. Paukert. 2010. Urbanization in a Great Plains river: effects of fishes and food webs. River Research and Applications 26:948-959. October 2010
Dunn, C., B. Brooke, R. Hrabik, and C. Paukert. 2018. Intensive Sampling Reveals Underreported Use of Great-River Tributaries by Large-River Fishes in Missouri. Southeastern Naturalist 17:512-520.doi.org/10.1656/058.017.0316 July 2018
Dunn, C. G., and C. P. Paukert. 2020. A Flexible Survey Design for Monitoring Spatiotemporal Fish Richness in Non-wadeable Rivers: Optimizing Efficiency by Integrating Gears. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 77(6): 978-990. doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2019-0315

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Dugger, K. M., M. R. Ryan, D. L. Galat, R. B. Renken and J. W. Smith. 2002. Reproductive success of the interior least tern (Sterna antillarum) in relation to hydrology on the lower Mississippi River. River Research and Applications 18:97-105. March 2002
Dinges, A.J., E.B. Webb, M.P. Vrtiska, C.H. Nilon, and S.A. Wilhelm Stanis. 2014. Migratory bird hunter opinions regarding future management strategies for controlling light goose populations. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:728-733. December 2014
Dinges, A.J., E.B. Webb and M.P. Vrtiska. Effects of the Light Goose Conservation Order on waterfowl behavior and energy expenditure during spring migration. Wildlife Society Bulletin 40:694-704 December 2016
Dinges, A.J., E.B. Webb and M.P. Vrtiska. 2015. Effects of the Light Goose Conservation Order on non-target waterfowl distribution during spring migration. Wildlife Biology 21:88-97. January 2015
Dieterman, D. J., and D. L. Galat. 2004. Large-scale factors associated with sicklefin chub distribution in the Missouri and lower Yellowstone rivers. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:577-587. March 2004
Dieterman, D. J., M. S. Baird and D. L. Galat. 2000. Mortality of paddlefish in hoop nets in the lower Missouri River, Missouri. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20(2):226-230. May 2000
Dieterman, D. J., E. Roberts, P. J. Braaten, and D. L. Galat. Reproductive development of the sicklefin chub, Macrhybopsis meeki, in the Missouri River. Prairie Naturalist. 38(2):113-130. February 2006
Dieterman, D. D., and D. L. Galat. 2005. Variation in body form, taste buds, and brain patterns of the sicklefin chub, Macrhybopsis meeki, in the Missouri River and lower Yellowstone River, USA. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 20:561-573. August 2005
DiStefano, R.J., J.T. Westhoff, C.W. Ames, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2016. Life history of the vulnerable endemic crayfish Cambarus (erebicambarus) maculatus (Decapoda: Cambaridae) in Missouri. USA. Journal of Crustacean Biology 36:615-627. September 2016
Dembowski, D., L. Pierce, and C. Paukert. 2014. Perspective of the Student Subsection and Education Section on the use of aquaponics in the classroom. Fisheries 39(11):530. November 2014
Davis, J.B., L. Webb, R.M. Kaminski, P.J. Barbour, and F.J. Vilella. 2014. Comprehensive Framework for Ecological assessment of the Migratory Bird Habitat Initiative following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Southeastern Naturalist 13(4): G66-G81. https://doi.org/10.1656/058.013.0419 | Abstract December 2014
Daniel, W., N. Sievert, D. Infante, J. Whittier, J. Stewart, C. Paukert, and K. Herreman. 2017. A decision support mapper for conserving stream fish habitats of the Northeast Climate Science Center region. Final Report to the US Geological Survey, Northeast Climate Science Center, Amherst, MA. May 2017
Counihan, T. D., I. R. Waite, A. F. Casper, D. L. Ward, J. S. Sauer, E. R. Irwin, C. G. Chapman, B. S. Ickes, C. P. Paukert, J. J. Kosovich, and J. M. Bayer. 2018 Can data from disparate long-term fish monitoring programs be used to increase our understanding of regional and continental trends in large river assemblages? PLoS ONE doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0191472 January 2018
Cooke, S., C. Paukert, and Z. Hogan. 2012 Endangered river fish: Factors hindering conservation and restoration. Endangered Species Research 17:179-191. May 2012
Breeggemann, J.J., M. A. Kaemingk, T. J. DeBates, C. P. Paukert, J. R. Krause, A. P. Letvin, T. M. Stevens, D. W. Willis, and S. R. Chipps. 2016. Potential direct and indirect effects of climate change on a shallow natural lake fish assemblage. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 25:487-499. July 2016
Bouska, W. W., T. Keane, and C. P. Paukert. 2010. The effects of road crossing design on geomorphology and classification of prairie streams. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 25:499-506. December 2010
Bouska, K., G. Lindner, C. Paukert, and R. Jacobson. 2016. Stakeholder-led science: engaging resource managers to identify science needs for long-term management of floodplain conservation lands. Ecology and Society 21(3):12 August 2016
Blakey, R.V., R.B. Siegel, E.B. Webb, C.P. Dillingham, R.L. Bauer, J.M. Johnson, and D.C. Kesler. 2019. Space use, forays and habitat selection in California Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis occidentalis): new insights from high resolution GPS tracking. Forest Ecology and Management | Abstract April 2019
Blakey, R.V., R.B. Siegel, E.B. Webb, C.P. Dillingham, J.M. Johnson, and D.C. Kesler. Multi-scale habitat selection by Northern Goshawks (Accipiter gentilis) in a fire-prone forest. Biological Conservation 241:108348 January 2020
Blakey, R.V., R.B. Siegel, E.B. Webb, C.P. Dillingham, J.M. Johnson, and D.C. Kesler. 2020. Northern Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) home range, movement and forays revealed by GPS-tracking. Journal of Raptor Research December 2020
Blakey, R.V., E.B. Webb, D.C. Kesler, R.B. Siegel, D. Corcoran Barrios, and J.M. Johnson. 2019. Bats in a changing landscape: linking occupancy and traits of a diverse montane bat community to fire regime. Ecology and Evolution May 2019
Blakey, R.V., E.B. Webb, D.C. Kesler, R.B. Siegel, D. Corcoran Barrios, J.S. Cole and J.M. Johnson. 2021. Scale dependent influences of forest cover and fire on bat richness in a fire-maintained coniferous forest. Landscape Ecology January 2021
Bernhardt, E. S., M. A. Palmer, J. D. Allan, G. Alexander, K. Barnas, S. Brooks, J. Carr, S. Clayton, C. Dahm, J. Follstad-shah, D. Galat, S. Gloss, P. Goodwin, D. Hart, B. Hassett, R. Jenkinson, S. Katz, G. M. Kondolf, P. S. Lake, R. Lave, J. L. Meyer, T. K. O'Donnell, L. Pagano, B. Powell and E. Sudduth. 2005. Synthesizing U. S. river restoration efforts Policy Forum, Ecology. Science 308:636-637. April 2005
Beringer, C.J., K.W. Goyne, R.L. Lerch, E.B. Webb and D. Mengel. 2020. Clothianidin decomposition in Missouri wetland soils. Journal of Environmental Quality | Abstract November 2020
Beatty, W.S., E.B. Webb, D.C. Kesler, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2014. Landscape effects on mallard habitat selection at multiple scales during the non-breeding season. Landscape Ecology 29:989-1000. April 2014
Beatty, W.S., D.C. Kesler, E.B. Webb, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2014. The role of protected area wetlands in waterfowl habitat conservation: implications for protected area network design. Biological Conservation 176:144-152. June 2014
Beatty, W.S., D.C. Kesler, E.B. Webb, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2013. Quantitative and qualitative approaches to identifying migration chronology in a continental migrant. PLoS ONE 8(10):e75673. October 2013
Beatty, W. S., E. B. Webb, D. C. Kesler, L. W. Naylor, A. H. Raedeke, D. D. Humburg, J.M Coluccy, and G.J. Soulliere. 2015. An empirical test of a continental management strategy: do landscape energetic models predict waterfowl space use during the non-breeding period? Journal of Wildlife Management September 2015
Beatty, W. S., D. C. Kesler, E. B. Webb, L. W. Naylor, A. H. Raedeke, D. D. Humburg, J.M Coluccy, and G.J. Soulliere. How will predicted land use change affect waterfowl spring stopover ecology? Inferences from an agent-based model September 2017
Baebler, E. N., C. P. Paukert, M. D. Lobb III, B. Landwer, and T. W. Bonnot. 2020. Seasonal selection of riverine habitat by Spotted Bass and Shorthead Redhorse in a regulated river in the Midwestern U.S. River Research and Applications: doi.org/10.1002/rra.3637 April 2020
Anderson, K., D. Chapman, T. Wynne, and C. Paukert. Algal blooms in Lake Erie and implications for bigheaded carp invasion. Journal of Great Lakes Research March 2015
Anderson, K., D. Chapman, T. Wynne, and C. Paukert. 2017. Assessment of phytoplankton resources suitable for bigheaded carps in Lake Michigan derived from remote sensing and bioenergetics. Journal of Great Lakes Research 43:90-99. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jglr.2017.03.005 April 2017
Anderson, K., D. Chapman, T. Wynne, K. Masagounder, and C. Paukert. Algal blooms in Lake Erie and implications for bigheaded carp invasion. Journal of Great Lakes Research March 2015
Presentations Presentation Date
​​​​Lindner, G., J. Remo, E. Bulliner, R. Jacobson, and C. Paukert. 2020. Spatiotemporal inundation modeling of the middle Mississippi River Floodplain: insights into nutrient processing and other ecosystem services. 5th Annual West Tennessee Water Resources Symposium. 26-28 February 2020. Jackson, TN February 2020
Wirth, L., A. Rosenberger, A.. Prakash, J. Margraf, and H. Hamazaki. 2012 A remote sensing, GIS-based approach to indentify fall chum salmon spawning habitat in the mainstem Tanana River, Alaska. Symposium Seminar, American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. August 2012
Wirth, L., A. Rosenberger, A. Prakash, R. Gens, F.J. Margraf, and T. Hamazaki. A remote-sensing, GIS-based approach to identify spawning habitat for fall chum salmon in a Sub-Arctic, glacially-fed river. Oral Presentation given to the Alaska Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. October 2013
William S. Beatty, Dylan C. Kesler, Elisabeth B. Webb, Andrew H. Raedeke, Luke W. Naylor, Dale D. Humburg. Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to Identifying Migration Chronology in a Continental Migrant. Presented at the American Ornothologist's Union meeting, Chicago, IL 2013 August 2013
Wildhaber, M. L., P. J. Lamberson and D. L. Galat. 2000. Fish catch data in relation to large river bed form. Poster paper. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO. August 2000
Wilcox, D. B., D. L. Galat, C. H. Theiling and K. S. Lubinski. April 2007. Goals and objectives for condition of the Upper Mississippi River ecosystem. 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, MO. April 2007
Whittier, J., J. Whitney, C. Paukert, J. Olden, and A. Strecker. Projected range shifts of fishes in response to climate change in an arid-land river system. 7th World Fisheries Congress, Busan, South Korea. May 2016
Whittier, J., J. Westhoff, D. Lobb, and C. Paukert. 2017. Role of discharge in moderating temperature in Missouri streams Missouri Natural Resource Conference. Osage Beach, MO. February 2017
Whittier, J., C. Paukert, J. Olden, A. Strecker, and K. Pitts. Developing conservation priorities for the Lower Colorado River basin. Arizona/New Mexico American Fisheries Society Meeting, Pinetop, AZ. 4 February 2011 February 2011
Whittier, J., C. Paukert, J. Olden, A. Strecker, and *K. Pitts. Assessment of predicted changes in landuse and climate on fish habitat conditions in the arid southwest United States. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN. 22 August 2012. August 2012
Whittier, J., C. Paukert, J. Olden, A. Strecker, J. Olden, and *K. Pitts. Linking protected lands with streams of high biological conservation potential in arid systems: now and in the future. 6th World Fisheries Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland. 10 May 2013. May 2012
Whittier, J., C. Paukert, D. Infante, E. Varela-Acevedo, B. Pijanowski, S. Hostetler, L. Wang, L. Johnson, T. Wagner. Assessing how the nation’s fish habitats respond to climate and land use changes: a multi-scale approach. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, St. Paul, MN. 13 December 2010. INVITED December 2010
Whittier, J. C. Paukert, J. Olden, *K. Pitts, and A. Strecker. Developing Conservation Priorities for Native Fish in the Lower Colorado River Basin. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. 7 September 2011. September 2011
Whittier, J, and C. Paukert. Priority watershed planning in the Colorado River basin: new tools and approaches. Missouri Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Rivers and Streams Technical Committee, Jefferson City, MO. 23 August 2011. (Invited) July 2011
Whiting, D., C. Paukert, B. Healy, and *J. Spurgeon. Food web dynamics in Bright Angel Creek, Grand Canyon: Implications for native fish conservation. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN. 22 August 2012. August 2012
Whiting, D., C. Paukert, *J. Spurgeon, and B. Healy. Diets and food availability of non-native trout in Bright Angle Creek, Grand Canyon: implications for native fish conservation. Society of Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY. 23 May 2012. May 2012
Whitehead, B., J. Whittier, D. Lobb, J. Westhoff, and C. Paukert. 2017. Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling of Ozark Mountain Cold Water Stream Temperatures. Missouri natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2017
Whitehead, B., J. Whittier, D. Lobb, J. Westhoff, and C. Paukert. 2017. Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling of Ozark Mountain Cold Water Stream Temperatures. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Westhoff, J.T. and A.E. Rosenberger. 2016. We have a lot to learn about crayfish and temperature. Crayfish News 38:4. June 2016
Westhoff, J., and C. Paukert. Thermal and physical habitat characteristics of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. 17 October 2012. February 2013
Westhoff, J., and C. Paukert. Habitat and temperature selection of smallmouth bass in the Jacks Fork River. Missouri/Arkansas White River Partnership Meetings, Branson, MO. 17 October 2012. October 2012
Westhoff, J., R. DiStefano, C. Ames, and A. Rosenberger. 2015. Life history of the Freckled Crayfish Cambarus maculatus in two Missouri streams. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, Missouri. February 2015- Poster Presentation. February 2015
Westhoff, J., C. Rice, and A. Rosenberger. 2016. Research can inform management of aquatic ecototherms facing a thermally dynamic future: a crayfish example. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, Missouri, February 2016. February 2016
Westhoff, J. T., R. DiStefano, C. Ames, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2015. Life history of the Freckled Crayfish Cambarus maculatus in two Missouri Streams. Oral Presentation for the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Savanah, Georgia. January 2015. January 2015
Weller et al. 2020. Using an agent-based model to understand the role of landscape composition on wintering mallard body condition, movements and survival. The Wildlife Society Conference September 2020
Weller et al. 2020. Agent-based modeling of wintering mallards in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley January 2020
Webb, EB and D.C. Kesler. Using agent-based waterfowl movements to identify conervation solutions to environmental varaitation and land-use change. Mississippi Flyway COuncil Meeting, July 2013 July 2013
Webb, E.B., P.R. Tidwell, M.P. Vrtiska, and A.A. Bishop. 2012. Effects of landscape context on waterfowl food selection and lipid acquisition. Rainwater Basin Joint Venture Informational Seminar, Hastings, NE. February 2012
Webb, E.B., D. Mengel, A. Raedeke, F. Nelson, M. MacPherson and E. Hill. 2019. Incorporating avian species of conservation concern into wetland management practices: tradeoffs and opportunities. Society of Wetland Scientists Conference June 2019
Webb, E.B., A. Fournier and D.C. Mengel. Marvelous Marshbirds. The Conservationist Magazine (published by Missouri Department of Conservation) October 2017
Ward, J., and C. Paukert. 2016. Analysis of Factors Influencing Rock Bass Population Dynamics in an Ozark Border Stream. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO. August 2016
W. Beatty, E. Webb, D. Kesler, A. Raedeke, L. Naylor, G. Soulliere, and J. Coluccy. Modeling mallard and American black duck movement as a function of energetic surfaces. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, Missouri. January 2014
W. Beatty, E. Webb, D. Kesler, A. Raedeke, L. Naylor, D. Humburg, G. Soulliere, and J. Coluccy. How will predicted land use change affect mallard spring migration stopover ecology? Inferences from an agent-based model February 2016
W. Beatty, E. Webb, D. Kesler, A. Raedeke, L. Naylor, D. Humburg, G. Soulliere, and J. Coluccy. Effects of landscpae energetics on mallard and American black duck movement October 2014
W. Beatty, E. Webb, D. Kesler, A. Raedeke, L. Naylor, D. Humburg, G. Soulliere, and J. Coluccy. Effects of landscpae energetics on mallard and American black duck movement February 2016
Tracy-Smith, E., P. Blanchard, M. Combes, D. Lobb, C. Paukert, and J. Persinger. Assessment of Flow Alterations for Missouri Streams. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2016
Tracy-Smith, E., P. Blanchard, M. Combes, D. Lobb, C. Paukert, and J. Persinger. Assessment of Available Missouri Ecological Flow Data. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2015
Tracy-Smith, E., P. Blanchard, M. Combes, D. Lobb, C. Paukert, and J. Persinger. 2016. Using Existing Data to Examine Fish Community Changes Due to Stream Flow Alterations. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO. August 2016
Tracy-Smith, E., D.L. Galat, R.B. Jacobson. December 2006. Effects of Discharge on Lower Missouri River Sandbars and their use by Riverine Fishes, 67th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Omaha, Nebraska. December 2006
Tracy-Smith, E., D.L. Galat, R.B. Jacobson. April 2007. Effects of Flow Dynamics on Lower Missouri River Sandbar Morphology with Implications for Selected Biota, 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, Missouri. April 2007
Tracy-Smith, E., C. Paukert, N. Sievert, P. Blanchard, M. Combes, B. Landwer, and J. Persinger. 2020. Evaluating fish community changes to stream flow alterations. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2020
Tracy-Smith, E., C. Paukert, D. Lobb, and P. Blanchard. Ecological flow linkages: identifying relevant literature and recent advances. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN. 22 August 2012. August 2012
Tracy-Smith, E., C. Paukert, D. Lobb, and P. Blanchard. Assessment of ecological flow linkages for Missouri streams. American Water Resources Association Special Conference, Hartford CT. June 2013
Tracy-Smith, E., C. Paukert, D. Lobb, and P. Blanchard. A review of fish responses to stream flow metrics. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2013
Tracy-Smith, E., C. Paukert, D. Lobb, and P. Blanchard. A review of fish responses to stream flow metrics. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, KS. 12 December 2012 December 2012
Tracy-Smith, E., C. Paukert, D. Lobb, P. Blanchard, and J. Persinger. Fish Responses to Flow Alteration Metrics. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage beach, MO. February 2014
Tracy-Smith, E., C. Paukert, D. Lobb, P. Blanchard, and J. Persinger. Fish Responses to Flow Alteration Metrics. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Little Rock, AR 8 September 2013. September 2013
Tracy-Smith, E. P. Blanchard, M. Combes, D. Lobb, C. Paukert, J. Persinger, and N. Sievert. 2018. Estimating hydrology at fish sampling sites. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2018
Tracy-Smith, E. K., D. L. Galat, and R. B. Jacobson. Dec 2006. Effects of discharge on Lower Missouri River sandbars and their use by riverine fishes. 67th Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference, Omaha, NE. December 2006
Tracy-Smith, E. K., D. L. Galat, and R. B. Jacobson. April 2007. Effects of flow dynamics on lower Missouri River sandbar morphology with implications for selected biota. 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, MO. April 2007
Tracy, E., D. Galat and R. Jacobson. 2005. Predicting shallow-water habitat availability for fishes on lower Missouri River sandbars. American fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Anchorage, AK. September 2005
Tracy, E. K., D. L. Galat and R. B. Jacobson. 2005. Availability of lower Missouri River sandbar habitats in relation to discharge. Many Voices - One Horizon, 9th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Pierre, SD. May 2005
Tracy, E. K., C. Elliott, D. L. Galat, R. Jacobson and K. S. Reeves. 2003. Spatial metrics of lower Missouri River sandbars in relation to discharge and their ecological implications. Poster. 64th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, MO. December 2003
Tracy, E. K. and D. L. Galat. 2004. Effects of discharge on sandbar morphometry between two types of sandbars. Poster. Rediscovering Missouri River Connections, 8th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Columbia, MO. May 2004
Tracy Smith, E., P. Blanchard, M. Combes, D. Lobb, C. Paukert, and J. Persinger. Evaluating Fish Community Changes to Stream Flow Alterations American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Portland, OR. August 2015
Tingley, R., C. Paukert, G. Hansen, M. Diebel, A. Latzka, G. Sass, and A. Lynch. 2018. Assessing climate-driven changes in fisheries and ramifications for agencies and fishers: A case study of Wisconsin’s inland lake walleye fishery. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Tingley, R., C. Paukert, G. Hansen, M. Diebel, A. Latzka, G. Sass, A. Lynch., and T. D. Beard. 2020. Assessing tradeoffs in management response to climate-driven shifts in Wisconsin’s inland lake walleye fishery. World Fisheries Congress, Adelaide, Australia October 2020
Tingley RW III, Paukert CP, Sass GG, Jacobson PC, Hansen GJA, Lynch AJ, Shannon PD. 2019. Considerations on Adapting Inland Glacial Lake Fisheries Management to Climate Change. 2019 AFS and TWS Joint Annual Conference, Reno, NV. Oral Presentation October 2019
Tingley III, R., C. Paukert, and P. Jacobson. 2018. Adapting to climate change: Tools for managers of inland glacial lakes. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Milwaukee, WI January 2018
Tingley III, R., C. Paukert, G. Hansen, G. Sass, and A. Lynch. 2018. Quantifying the costs of climate adaptation to recreational anglers and agencies: A case study of Wisconsin’s inland lake walleye fishery. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Milwaukee, WI January 2018
Tingley III, R. W., J. Hansen, D. Isermann, D. Fulton, A. Musch, and C. Paukert. 2019. It’s complicated: Characterizing Wisconsin angler preferences for largemouth bass, bluegill, and walleye fisheries in inland lakes. 79th Annual Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference, Cleveland, OH. Poster presentation. January 2019
Tidwell, P.R., E.B. Webb, M. Vrtiska, and A. Bishop. 2013. Diet and Food Selection of Female Mallards and Blue-winged Teal During Spring Migration. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Thomas, M., Z. Ford, A. Turner, and C. Paukert. 2019. Mapping the Effective Field of an Electrofishing Boat to Inform Evaluations of Catchability. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2019
Thomas, M., A. Turner, Z. Ford, J. Dean, and C. Paukert. 2020. How does electrofishing power and environmental conditions affect Smallmouth Bass catchability in Ozark rivers? Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2020
Thomas, M., A. Turner, Z. Ford, J. Dean, and C. Paukert. 2020. Evaluating factors influencing the electrofishing catchability of Smallmouth Bass in Missouri Ozark Rivers. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Springfield, IL January 2020
Thomas, M. Z. Morris, Z. Ford, A. Turner, J. Dean, and C. Paukert. 2020. Evaluating factors influencing the electrofishing catchability of Blue Catfish and Flathead Catfish. Catfish 2020, Little Rock, AR. February 2020
Thomas, M. Z. Morris, Z. Ford, A. Turner, J. Dean, and C. Paukert. 2020. Effects of waveform, power, and water temperature affect Blue Catfish and Flathead Catfish electrofishing catchability. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2020
Thomas, M. Z. Ford, A. Turner, J. Dean, and C. Paukert. 2019. Mapping the Effective Field of an Electrofishing Boat to Inform Evaluations of Catchability. The American Fisheries Society and the Wildlife Society Joint Annual Conference. 1 October 2019. October 2019
Tapp, J. and E.Webb. Effects of Management on Aquatic Invertebrate Biomass, Production, and Community Composition at Wetland Reserve Program Sites in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley June 2013
Tapp, J. L. and E.B. Webb. 2013. Waterfowl and Shorebird Use of Wetland Reserve Program Sites in Arkansas and Missouri. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Tapp, J. L. and E.B. Webb. 2013. Dynamics of Waterfowl Food Availability at Wetland Reserve Program Sites in Arkansas and Missouri. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Tapp, J. L. and E.B. Webb. 2012. Dynamics of Waterbird Use and Food Availability at Wetland Reserve Program Sites in Arkansas and Missouri. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, Kansas. December 2012
Tapp, J. L. and E.B. Webb. 2011. Waterbird use and food availability on Wetland Reserve Program Sites enrolled in the Migratory Bird Habitat Initiative. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. December 2011
Strecker, A., J. Olden, J. Whittier, and C. Paukert. Setting conservation priorities for native fishes in the Lower Colorado River Basin. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography/North American Benthological Society Annual Meeting, 10 June 2010. June 2010
Stratton, C., N. Sievert, and C. Paukert. 2018. Influences of landscape, instream habitat, and biotic interactions on stream fish communities in the Missouri Plains and Ozarks. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Stratton, C., N. Sievert, and C. Paukert. 2018. Stream size influences relationships between fish abundance and watershed landscape, instream habitat, and biotic interactions in the Missouri Plains and Ozarks. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2018
Spurgeon, J., C. Paukert, J. Whittier, and B. Healy. Translocation success of humpback chub into Shinumo Creek: implications for future management actions. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, St. Paul, MN. 13 December 2010 poster. December 2010
Spurgeon, J., C. Paukert, J. Whittier, and B. Healy. Translocation success of humpback chub into Shinumo Creek: implications for future management actions. Arizona/New Mexico American Fisheries Society Meeting, Pinetop, AZ. 4 February 2011 poster. February 2011
Spurgeon, J., C. Paukert, B. Healy, and D. Whiting. Food webs and translocation: implications for native fish restoration. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN. 20 August 2012. August 2012
Spurgeon, J., C. Paukert, B. Healy, and D. Whiting. Beyond Stocking: Using Population Modeling to Increase Translocation Success. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. 5 December 2011 December 2011
Smith, D., E.B. Webb, S. Amelon, and S. Marquardt. Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) maternity roost site selection at national wildlife refuges in northern Missouri. Missouri Natural Resources Conference February 2019
Skold, J, R. Jacobson, and D. Galat. Aug 2007. A collaborative decision-making process for hydrograph restoration, Lower Missouri River, USA. 10th International RiverSymposium & Environmental Flows Conference, Brisbane, Australia. August 2007
Sievert, Nick A. and C. P. Paukert. 2012. Evaluation of Conservation Networks to Protect Aquatic Biodiversity in Missouri. Poster. 142nd annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Minneapolis, MN. August 2012
Sievert, N., and C. Paukert. Missouri’s Conservation Networks: Representation of Stream Fish Species and Relative Conservation Value. American Fisheries Society Meeting, Little Rock, AR. September 2013
Sievert, N., and C. Paukert. Development and evaluation of vulnerability indices for Missouri’s stream fishes. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, KS. 10 December 2012. December 2012
Sievert, N., and C. Paukert. Assessing the Vulnerability and Distribution of Missouri’s Stream Fish Species. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage beach, MO. February 2013
Sievert, N., and C. Paukert. A Vulnerability Assessment for Missouri Stream Fish Species: Development and Evaluation. American Fisheries Society Meeting, Little Rock, AR. September 2013
Sievert, N., and C. Paukert. 2019. Investigating the Role of Stream Flow in the Structuring of Headwater Stream Fish Communities. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2019
Sievert, N., and C. Paukert. 2018. Characterizing Stream Habitat Availability Using Level Loggers and Time Lapse Photography. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2018
Sievert, N., Y. Tsang, W. Daniel, C. Paukert, D. Infante, J. Whittier, K. Herreman, and J. Stewart. 2016. Assessing climate impacts based on observed fish responses to stream temperature and flow metrics. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO. August 2016
Sievert, N., W. Daniel, Y. Tang, C. Paukert, D. Infante, J. Whittier, K. Herreman, J. Stewart, T. Wagner. An Assessment of Potential Changes in Habitat Classes Due to Climate Change in the Northeast Climate Science Center Region. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI January 2016
Sievert, N., J. Whittier, and C. Paukert. 2018. Parameterization of Spatial Conservation Prioritization: Impacts on Stream Conservation Priorities. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Milwaukee, WI January 2018
Sievert, N., J. Whittier, and C. Paukert. 2017. Establishing Freshwater Conservation Priorities with Consideration of Existing Conservation Networks. Invited presentation, American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. August 2017
Sievert, N., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. Priority Watersheds, Conservation Opportunity Areas, and the Existing Conservation Network: Opportunities for Stream Fish Conservation. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2014
Sievert, N., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. Prioritizing Stream Conservation in Missouri’s Conservation Networks: Applications and Lessons for Landscape Scale Freshwater Conservation Planning. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Indianapolis, IN February 2015
Sievert, N., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. Prioritizing Stream Conservation in Missouri’s Conservation Networks: Applications and Lessons for Landscape Scale Freshwater Conservation Planning October 2014
Sievert, N., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. Incorporating Existing Conservation Networks into Freshwater Conservation Planning. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Portland, OR August 2015
Sievert, N., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. Conserving Missouri’s Stream Fish Through Protected and Priority Areas: An Evaluation of Species Representation and Conservation Opportunities. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2015
Sievert, N., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. A Framework for Identifying Opportunities for Aquatic Biodiversity Conservation. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Quebec City. August 2014
Sievert, N. and C. Paukert. 2020. Examining the Influence of Altered Stream Flow on the composition of Headwater Fish Communities. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2020
Sievert, N. C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. A Framework for Evaluating Aquatic Biodiversity Conservation in Existing Conservation Networks. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, Missouri. January 2014
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. August 2016
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. August 2016
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 January 2016
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 February 2016
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 February 2015
Schwoerer, J., C. Paukert, and H. Dodd. Consistency among biotic indices to represent environmental conditions: implications for biotic assessments. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Portland, OR. August 2015
Schwoerer, J. H. Dodd, and C. Paukert. Using habitat, climate, and competitive interactions to predict co-occurring smallmouth bass and largemouth bass in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2015
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 August 2014
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, M. Morgan, C.J. Lie, D.M. Hall and E.B. Webb. Attitudes of natural resource professionals about voluntary use of nonlead hunting ammunition. January 2020
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, E.B. Webb, C.J. Li and D.M. Hall. Communication strategies for reducing lead poisoning risks in wildlife and humans. Raptor Research Foundation Annual Conference October 2021
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, D.M. Hall and E.B. Webb. Staff Perceptions of Factors Influencing a Program Encouraging Voluntary Use of Nonlead Deer Hunting Ammunition April 2020
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, C.J. Li, M. Morgan, E.B. Webb and D.M. Hall. Assessment of a voluntary nonlead ammunition outreach program on midwestern National Wildlife Refuges. Raptor Research Foundation Annual Conference October 2021
Schultz, J.H., S.A. Wilhelm Stanis, C.J. Li and E.B. Webb. Encouraging Voluntary Use of Nonlead Ammunition on National Wildlife Refuges: Factors Influencing Program Support by Field Staff April 2020
Schrum, M.C., A.E. Rosenberger, and S. McMurray. Effectiveness of visual quadrats for freshwater mussel density estimates. Oral Presentation at the National Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Portland, Oregon. August, 2015. August 2015
Schrum, M.C. and A.E. Rosenberger. 2015. Comparison of visual and quantitative methods for freshwater mussel density estimates in the Meramec river Basin, Missouri. Poster Presentation, Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Conference, Saint Louis, MO. March, 2015. March 2015
Schrum, M.C. and A.E. Rosenberger. 2014. Sampling efficiency of visual 0.25 meter2 quadrat method for freshwater mussel density estimates in the Meramec basin, Missouri. Poster Presentation, Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February, 2015. February 2015
Schrum, M.C. and A.E. Rosenberger. 2014. Sampling efficiency of visual 0.25 meter2 quadrat method for freshwater mussel density estimates in the Meramec basin, Missouri. Poster Presentation, Midwest Fisheries and Wildlife Conference. February, 2015. February 2015
Schrum, M., A. E. Rosenberger, and S. McMurray. 2017. Investigating sources of bias in freshwater mussel sampling methods in the Meramec River Basin, Missouri. Annual Meeting of the Freshwater Mussel Conservation Society. Cleveland, OH, March 2017. March 2017
Schrum, M. and A.E. Rosenberger. 2016. Development of sampling protocols for freshwater mussel density estimates in the Meramec River Basin, Missouri. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, January, 2016. January 2016
Schrum, M. and A. Rosenberger. 2016. Development of sampling protocols for freshwater mussel density estimates in the Meramec River Basin, Missouri. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, Missouri, February 2016. February 2016
Schrum, M. C., L. K. Crawford, A. E. Rosenberger, and S. E. McMurray. Development of standardized and validated methods for sampling freshwater mussels in Missouri: Evaluation of factors affecting estimation of community and population metrics using visual survey approaches. 2014. Final proposal presentation to Missouri Department of Conservation, Columbia, MO. 19. February, 2014. February 2014
Schooley, J.D., A. Nealis, J.M. Long, and C.P. Paukert. 2020. World Record Paddlefish in Keystone Lake, Oklahoma – Hypothetical Causes, New Technologies, and Management Response. North American Sturgeon and Paddlefish Society. October 2020
Schepker, T.S., and E. Webb. 2014. Neonicotinoid Insecticides and Wetland Bird Ecology. Semi Annual Missouri Audubon Society Meeting, Lake Ozark, Missouri, USA. September 2014
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, J. Tapp, E. Webb. 2016. Are local site conditions or landscape structure more important in predicting waterbird distribution? Testing competing hypotheses across the non-breeding season August 2016
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, E. Webb. 2017. Is Food Availability a Limited Resource for Waterfowl During Spring Migration? An Energetic Assessment of Playas in Nebraska’s Rainwater Basin. 77th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. February 2017
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, E. Webb. 2016. Evaluating the relationship between local food availability and wetland landscape structure in determining dabbling duck habitat use during migration. North American Duck Symposium 7, Annapolis, Maryland, USA. February 2016
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, E. Webb. 2016. Evaluating the Relationship between Food Availability and Landscape Structure in Determining Waterfowl Habitat use during Spring Migration. The Wildlife Society, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. October 2016
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, E. Webb. 2016. Evaluating Spring Food Resource Phenology For Dabbling Ducks In the Nebraska Rainwater Basin, USA. North American Duck Symposium 7. Annapolis, Maryland, USA February 2016
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, E. Webb. 2015. Waterbird Response to Spring Food Availability on Mid-Latitudinal Wetlands during Migration. 2015 Rainwater Basin Joint Venture Information Seminar, Grand Island, Nebraska, USA. February 2015
Schepker, T.S., T. LaGrange, D. Tillitt, E. Webb. 2016. Neonicotinoids; An Emerging Threat to Wetland-Dependent Wildlife? The Wildlife Society, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. October 2016
Satowski, L., K.W. Goyne, E.B. Webb and D.C. Mengel. Conservation practices for reducing neonicotinoids in aquatic resources: transport and sorption of imidacloprid within vegetated buffer strips and agricultural fields in Missouri March 2019
Rosenberger, A.E., T. Hoem-Neher, M. Gutsch, L. Wirth, T. Haynes, S. Laske, K. Foley, C. Zimmerman, A. Prakash, and J. Margraf. Landscape Ecology of Fishes in Alaska. University of Florida, Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. September, 2014. August 2014
Rosenberger, A.E., T. Hoem-Neher, M. Gutsch, L. Wirth, T. Haynes, S. Laske, K. Foley, C. Zimmerman, A. Prakash, and J. Margraf. Landscape Ecology of Fishes in Alaska. Missouri Department of Fish and Game, Columbia, MO. September, 2013. September 2013
Rosenberger, A.E., K. Bouska, S. McMurray, G. Lindner, K. Key, M. Schrum, and L. Lueckenhoff. 2016. Towards a strategic and spatially-explicit mussel conservation assessment and monitoring program in Missouri - our vision. Invited Presentation for the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri. August, 2016. August 2016
Rosenberger, A.E., J. Dunham, J. Neuswanger, B. Rieman, H. Neville, S. Railsback, and J. Buffington. Resilience of rainbow trout in Idaho streams to wildfire-related disturbance. Symposium Seminar, American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Quebec City, Canada. August, 2014. August 2014
Rosenberger, A.A. 2017. Getting into graduate school and what to do once you are there. Invited presentation for the Missouri Careers In Fisheries Workshop. Missouri Natural Resources Conference. Osage Beach, MO. February, 2017. January 2017
Rosenberger, A. 2012 Landscape Ecology of Alaska Fishes.Invited Seminar, Missouri Department of Conservation, Columbia, Missouri. July 2012
Rogosch, J.D., J.D. Brant, S.L. Abel, H.I.A. Boehm, C.P. Paukert. Determining Population Structure of Channel Catfish in Small Impoundments to Inform Put-and-Take Fisheries Management Decisions. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Virtual Meeting. February 2-4, 2021. February 2021
Rogosch, J. S., Boehm, H.I.A, Ivey, K., Tingley III, R.W., Webb, E.B., Wright, K. D., and C. P. Paukert. 2021. Assessing restoration effectiveness: a review of river restoration. Texas Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Virtual Meeting. February 2-4, 2021. February 2021
Rogosch, J. S. and C. Paukert. 2020. How do we measure success of restoration to meet this centuries' biggest challenges to global inland fish and fisheries? World Fisheries Congress, Adelaide, Australia. October 16 2020. October 2020
Ridgway, J., E. Pherigo, and C. Paukert. Larval fish assemblages of a Free Flowing and a Regulated Tributary of the Lower Missouri River. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, MO January 2014
Ridgway, J., E. Pherigo, and C. Paukert. An assessment of Larval Fish Drift in the Lower Osage and Gasconade Rivers. Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Nebraska City, NE March 2014
Ridgway, J., E. Pherigo, and C. Paukert. An assessment of Larval Fish Drift in the Lower Osage and Gasconade Rivers. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2014
Ridenour, C. J. and D. L. Galat. 2005. Shallow-water sandbar habitat use by small-bodied fishes on the lower Missouri River. Poster. Many Voices - One Horizon, 9th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Pierre, SD. May 2005
Ridenour, C. J. and D. L. Galat. Dec 2006. Shallow-water microhabitat use and distribution of small fishes at Lower Missouri River sandbars. 67th Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference, Omaha, NE. December 2006
Ridenour, C. J. and D. L. Galat. June 2006. Shallow-water microhabitat use and distribution of small fishes at lower Missouri River sandbars. International Conference on Rivers and Civilization La Crosse, WI. June 2006
Reeves, K., L. Patton and D. Galat. 2002. Use of shallow-water habitat by larval fishes in the lower Missouri River. 6th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, South Sioux City, NE. Poster. April 2002
Reeves, K., G. Gelwicks and D. Galat. 2005. Diel patterns in habitat use by larval fishes in the lower Missouri River. Many Voices - One Horizon, 9th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Pierre, SD. May 2005
Reeves, K. and D. Galat. 2005. Defining near-shore nursery habitat for larval fishes in the lower Missouri River channel. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Anchorage, AK. September 2005
Reeves, K. S. and D. L. Galat. 2003. Use of shallow-water habitat by larval fishes in the lower Missouri River. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. Poster. January 2003
Reeves, K. S. and D. L. Galat. 2003. Use of shallow-water habitat by larval fishes in the lower Missouri River. 7th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Atchison, KS. Poster. June 2003
Reeves, K. S. and D. L. Galat. 2003. Sandbar associated nursery habitat for larval fishes in the lower Missouri River. 64th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, MO. December 2003
Reeves, K. S. and D. L. Galat. 2003. Nursery habitat for larval fishes in the lower Missouri River. Rediscovering Missouri River Connections, 8th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Columbia, MO. May 2003
Quist, M. C., M. E. Mather, D. L. Parrish, S. R. Chipps, T. J. Kwak, and C. P. Paukert. 2013. The voices of reality: why effective fisheries education is challenging and practical ways to move forward. 143 rd Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Little Rock, Arkansas, September 11. Platform September 2013
Polivka, K. and A. Rosenberger. 2012 Multiple tools and conceptual approaches for evaluating fish habitat selection. Invited Symposium Seminar, American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. August 2012
Podoliak, J., D. Hicks and E. Webb. The role of habitat diversity in structuring biotic communities on Wetland Reserve Program Easements in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Quebec RE3 Conference June 2020
Podoliak, J., D. Hicks and E. Webb. The role of habitat diversity in structuring avian communities on Wetland Reserve Program Easements in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference. September 2020
Podoliak, J., D. Hicks and E. Webb. Assessing biotic communities on Wetland Reserve Program Easements in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. West Tennessee Water Resources Conference February 2020
Podoliak, J. , D. Hicks, and E. Webb. Habitat diversity on Wetland Reserve Program easements can increase avian species richness. Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Associations Annual Conference. October 26, 2020.

October 2020
Pierce, R.A., F. Nelson and E. Webb. 2017. Biology and Management of Wood Ducks in Missouri. University of Missouri Extension. April 2017
Pierce, L., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. A family-level evaluation of the drivers of fish invasions. Presentation at the Annual American Fisheries Society Meeting, Little Rock, AR. 9 September 2013. September 2013
Pierce, L., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. The Effects of Abiotic and Biotic Factors on Native and Nonnative Fish Species Diversity in Headwater Streams. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. 6 December 2011. December 2011
Pierce, L., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. Landscape-scale assessment of tributaries on small-bodied fish assemblage structure of large rivers. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, MO January 2014
Pierce, L., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. A taxonomic evaluation of the drivers of species invasions in the Upper Colorado River Basin. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN. 20 August 2012. Poster August 2012
Pierce, L., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. A framework for identifying potentially ecologically meaningful segments for the Lower Missouri River. Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Nebraska City, NE March 2014
Pierce, L., C. Paukert, and J. Whittier. A family-level evaluation of drivers of fish invasions. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, KS. 10 December 2012. December 2012
Pherigo, E., and C. Paukert. Fish community above and below a low head dam on the Osage River. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, MO. January 2014
Pherigo, E., and C. Paukert. The Effects of River Regulation and a Low-Head Dam on the Fish Communities in Two Missouri River Tributaries. Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Jefferson City, MO. 13 March 2013 March 2013
Pherigo, E., and C. Paukert. Summer fish community in two Missouri River tributaries. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, KS. 12 December 2012. December 2012
Pherigo, E., and C. Paukert. Fish community of the Osage and Gasconade rivers Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage beach, MO. 1 February 2012 February 2013
Pherigo, E., and C. Paukert. Fish community in a regulated and a free-flowing Missouri River tributary, 2012-2013. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Little Rock AR September 2013
Pherigo, E., and C. Paukert. Fish communities above and below a low head dam on the Osage River. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2014
Pherigo, E., and C. Paukert. Effects of a low head dam on the fish community in the Osage River, a regulated tributary of the Lower Missouri River. Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Nebraska City, NE. March 2014
Pherigo, E., C. Paukert, and D. Papoulias. Reproductive condition of spotted bass (Micropterus punctulatus) and golden redhorse (Moxostoma erythrurum) in the Osage and Gasconade Rivers. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2014
Pherigo, E., C. Paukert, and D. Papoulias. Effects of river regulation on reproductive condition of spotted bass (Micropterus punctulatus) and golden redhorse (Moxostoma erythrurum) in two Lower Missouri tributaries. Missouri River natural Resources Conference, Nebraska City, NE. March 2014
Pherigo, E., C. Paukert, and D. Papoulias. Effects of river regulation on reproductive condition of spotted bass (Micropterus punctulatus) and golden redhorse (Moxostoma erythrurum) in two Lower Missouri tributaries. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, MO. February 2014
Peterson, J.T., C.P Paukert, A.E. Rosenberger, S.K. Brewer. 2015. Standardized sampling: a call for gear calibration. 145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, August 16-20, Portland OR. August 2015
Pease, A, and C. Paukert. Potential Impacts of Climate Change on Growth and Performance of Stream dwelling Smallmouth Bass Populations in the Central U.S. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. 6 December 2011. December 2011
Paukert. C. P. 2017. Managing Fish and Fisheries in a Changing Climate: Lessons from North America. European Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture Advisory Commission International Symposium, Stare Jablonki, Poland. Invited Keynote Speaker. September 2017
Paukert, C., and M. Moore. Dispersal and Survival Estimates of Juvenile Lake Sturgeon Stocked in Multiple Locations in the Osage and Gasconade rivers, Missouri Southern Division of the AFS Annual Meeting, Little Rock, AR. 21 February 2020.

February 2020
Paukert, C., and M. Moore. 2018. The Role of Tributaries in Large River Fish Conservation: A Case Study with Lake Sturgeon in Missouri. Mississippi River-Yangtze River Symposium. Chongqing, China. 16 October 2018. October 2018
Paukert, C., and C. Dunn. 2020. Developing a riverine sampling protocol to meet stakeholder needs: a critical first step in monitoring restoration efforts. World Fisheries Congress, Adelaide, Australia.October 16 2020.
October 2020
Paukert, C., and *J. Faulkner. Seasonal changes in instream habitat selection of Niangua darters. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN. 22 August 2012. August 2012
Paukert, C., and *A. Pease. Potential effects of climate change on growth, prey consumption, and population dynamics of stream-dwelling smallmouth bass in the central U.S. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN. 22 August 2012. August 2012
Paukert, C., and *A. Pease. Effects of a warming climate on growth and consumption of smallmouth bass across a latitudinal gradient. 6th World Fisheries Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland. 8 May 2013. Poster. May 2012
Paukert, C., N. Sievert, J. Whittier, E. Tracy Smith, E. Kleekamp, and J. Rogosch. 2020. Aquatic landscape conservation tools: helping manage Missouri’s aquatic systems. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2020
Paukert, C., M. Dornecker, J. Faulkner, J. Harris, M. Moore, L. Pierce, E. Pherigo, N. Sievert, J. Spurgeon and M. Staudinger. How are state freshwater fisheries agencies adapting to climate change? National Adaptation Forum, Denver, CO April 2013
Paukert, C., L. Hunt, A. Lynch, and J. Whitney. 2016. Agency Adaptation Strategies and Inland Recreational Fishers Response to Climate Change. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO. August 2016
Paukert, C., J. Westhoff, and A. Pease. Effects of Climate Change on Smallmouth Bass in Midwestern US Streams. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Portland, OR. August 2015
Paukert, C., *J. Sprugeon, D. Whiting, E. Omana, and B. Healy. Evaluations of humpback chub translocations in Shinumo Creek with insights from food web dynamics from Bright Angel Creek. Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program Technical Working Group Meeting, Phoenix, AZ. 31 January 2012. Invited. January 2012
Paukert, C. and N. Sievert. INDICES FOR BIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENTS: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE. Global Inland Fisheries Conference, Rome Italy January 2015
Paukert, C. and N. Sievert. A FRAMEWORK FOR ASSESSING STREAM FISH VULNERABILITY TO CLIMATE AND LAND USE CHANGE. Global Inland Fisheries Conference, Rome Italy January 2015
Paukert, C. and *J. Gerken. The Importance of secondary channels to mainchannel fishes in the Kansas River. Big River Confab, Jefferson City, MO. 8 December 2010 December 2010
Paukert, C. Rivers and streams funding from USGS. Missouri Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Rivers and Streams Technical Committee, Jefferson City, MO. 13 March 2012. March 2012
Paukert, C. P., and 8 coauthors. Adapting fisheries management to a changing climate: lessons from North America. 7th World Fisheries Congress, Busan, South Korea. May 2016
Paukert, C. P., A. Lynch, T. D. Beard Jr., Y. Chen, S. Cooke, M. Cooperman, I. Cowx, L. Ibengwe, D. Infante, B. Meyers, N. Hòa, and I. Winfield. 2017. Helping managers adapt to the effects of climate change on inland fish and fisheries: lessons from North America and a path forward. Fisheries Society of the British Isles Annual Symposium, Exeter, England. July 2017
Paukert, C. P. and E. B. Webb. 2019. Harvest as a tool to manage undesirable or overabundant species. American Fisheries Society/The Wildlife Society Joint Annual Meeting, Reno, NV April 2019
Paukert, C. P. Don’t Worry, Be Happy: Learning to Let Go. American Fisheries Society Virtual Meeting, 20 September 2020. September 2020
Paukert, C. E. Kleekamp, and N. Sievert. 2019. Linking Local to Landscape Drivers to Aquatic Biodiversity to Prioritize Streams in a Diverse Landscape. International Society for River Science Annual Meeting, Vienna, Austria. 9 September 2019. September 2019
Paukert, C. Climate Change: What Does this Mean for Fisheries Management? Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2015
Paukert, C. 2020. Prioritizing and Implementing Climate Adaptation Strategies for Inland Fish and Fisheries. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, virtually presented. August 2020
Paukert, C. Rivers and stream research at the Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. Missouri Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Rivers and Streams Technical Committee, Jefferson City, MO. 23 August 2011. (Invited) August 2011
Patton, L. D., K. S. Reeves and D. L. Galat. 2003. First appearance of lower Missouri River larval fishes in relation to water temperature and river hydrology. 64th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, MO. December 2003
Patton, L. D. and D. L. Galat. 2004. Spawning periods and growth of larval gizzard shad from the lower Missouri River. Rediscovering Missouri River Connections, 8th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Columbia, MO. May 2004
Patton, L. D. and D. L. Galat. 2003. Spawning periods and growth of selected species of larval fishes from the lower Missouri River. Poster. 7th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Atchison, KS. June 2003
Patton, L. D. and D. L. Galat. 2003. Spawning periods and growth of selected species of larval fishes from the lower Missouri River. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach. Poster. January 2003
Parker, D., J.T. Andxerson, R. Jackson, B. Miller, and A. Rosenberger. A science roadmap for natural resources, grand challenge: water. In Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, Board on Natural Resources and Board on Oceans, Atmosphere, and Climate Publication, “A Science, Education, and Outreach Roadmap for the Natural Resources.” In Preparation. December 2014
Papoulias, D., P. Braaten, A. Delonay, W. Doyle, D. Fuller, D. Simpkins, M. Wildhaber, and D. Galat. Sep 2007. Evidence for protracted spawning in shovelnose sturgeon from the Missouri River. Annual Meeting American Fisheries Society, San Francisco, CA. September 2007
O’Donnell, K and D. Galat. Nov 2008. National River Restoration Science Synthesis: Assessment of River Enhancement in the Upper Mississippi River Basin. Fishers & Farmers Partnership for the Upper Mississippi River Basin, Dubuque, IA. (invited) November 2008
Owens, S., M. Moore, C. Paukert. 2020. Using side scan sonar mapping to compare fluvial habitats in two large Ozark tributaries to the lower Missouri River. Poster Presentation. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage beach, MO. February 2020
Owen, RK, C. Li, EB Webb and KW Goyne. Playa Ecosystem Vulnerability in Future Climates: Stakeholder Perceptions in the Great Plains. Society & Natural Resources Conference June 2018
Owen, R.K., K.W. Goyne and E.B Webb. Predicting playa vulnerability to future climate conditions through a greenhouse experiment. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Conference. June 5-8, 2017. Lincoln, NE. June 2017
Owen, R.K., K.W. Goyne and E.B Webb. Playa Wetlands: Ecosystem Functions and Potential Risks in a Changing Climate. Soil Science of America Meeting Nov. 6-9, 2016. Phoenix, AZ. November 2016
Owen, R.K., K.W. Goyne and E.B Webb. How will playa plant communities respond to a changing climate? Inferences from a greenhouse experiment . Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference Feb. 5-8, 2017. Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Owen, R.K., D. Fowler, E.B. Webb, K.W. Goyne, and D. Haukos. Playas to Potholes: How will climate change impact soil biogeochemistry in Great Plains prairie wetlands? January 2019
Organized theme Session: Larval Fish Ecology and Recovery of Missouri-Mississippi 'Big River' at 34th Annual Larval Fish Conference 30 May-3 June 2010, Santa Fe, NM May 2010
O'Donnell, T. K. and D. L. Galat. April 2007. Including quantifiable objectives and project monitoring in river restoration: the case of the Upper Mississippi River Basin. 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, MO. April 2007
O'Daniels, S.T., D.C. Kesler, J.D. Mihail, E.B. Webb, and S.J. Werner. 2016. Ultraviolet condition of wood may influence foraging substrate selection by Pileated Woodpeckers (Dryocopus pileatus). 53rd Annual Animal Behavior Society Conference. Columbia, MO. August 2016
O'Daniels, S.T., D.C. Kesler, J.D. Mihail, E.B Webb, and S.J. Werner. 2016. On the visual ecology of woodpeckers. 6th North American Ornithological Conference. Washington, D.C. August 2016
O'Daniels, S.T., D.C. Kesler, E.B. Webb, S.J. Werner, J.D. Mihail. 2016. Could spectral characteristics of decayed wood signal woodpeckers? 27th Vertebrate Pest Conference, Newport Beach, CA, 7-10 March, 2016. March 2016
O'Daniels, S., D. Kesler, E. Webb, and S. Werner. Behavioral Evidence for Functionally Significant Sensitivity to Ultraviolet Wavelengths in a Woodpecker, Dryocopus pileatus. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Indianapolis, IN February 2015
O'Daniels, S., D. Kesler, E. Webb, S. Werner, and J. Mihail. Functionally Significant Sensitivity to Ultraviolet Wavelengths in the Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus): Implications for Woodpecker Interactions with Wood Decay Fungi and Anthropogenic Structures. American Ornithologists' Union and Cooper's Ornithological Society Joint Meeting. Norman, Oklahoma. July 2015
Nueswanger, J., N. Hughes, M. Wipfli, and A. Rosenberger. 2012. Territoriality and shadow competition within schools of juvenile chinook salmon. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. August 2012
Neuswanger, J.R., N.F. Hughes, M.S. Wipfli, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2012. Territoriality and shadow competition within schools of juvenile Chinook salmon. American Fisheries Society annual meeting, St. Paul, MN, Aug. August 2013
Neuswanger, J.R., N.F. Hughes, M.S. Wipfli, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2013. 3-D territoriality and shadow competition within schools of juvenile chinook salmon. Oral presentation given to the Alaska Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. October 2013
Nestler J., L. Weber, D. Galat, and M. Davis. April 2007. Large rivers from a fish?s perspective: integrating stream habitat and flood pulse concepts. 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, MO. April 2007
Myers, B. J. E., A. J. Lynch, T. J. Krabbenhoft, R. P. Kovach, T. J. Kwak, J. A. Falke, C. Chu, D. B. Bunnell, C. P. Paukert. Global synthesis of climate change effects on inland fish. August 2016. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting. Kansas City, Missouri. August 2016
Mott, R. and A.E. Rosenberger. 2016. Developing Non-lethal Methodology for Testing Thermal Optima and Tolerance in Small Prairie Stream Minnows. Poster Presentation for the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri, August 2016. August 2016
Mott, R. and A. Rosenberger. 2017. Water quality requirements and preferences of the Topeka Shiner (Notropis Topeka). Poster Presentation, School of Natural Resources Research Day. May, 2017. May 2017
Mott, R. and A. Rosenberger. 2017. Water quality requirements and preferences of the Topeka Shiner (Notropis Topeka). Poster Presentation, Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO, February, 2017. February 2017
Mott, R. and A. Rosenberger. 2016. Water quality requirements and preferences of the Topeka Shiner (Notropis Topeka). Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, Missouri, February 2016. February 2016
Morris, Z., C. Paukert, Z. Ford, and A. Turner. 2017. Identifying Effective Electrofishing Settings for Immobilization and Capture of Blue Catfish. Missouri natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2017
Morris, Z., C. Paukert, Z. Ford, and A. Turner. 2017. Developing Electrofishing Immobilization Standards for Blue Catfish. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Morris, Z., C. Paukert, Z. Ford, A. Turner, and J. Dean. 2018. Evaluating Electrofishing Waveforms: A Critical Step in Developing Standardized Sampling Methods for Smallmouth Bass. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach MO. February 2018
Morris, Z., C. Paukert, Z. Ford, A. Turner, and J. Dean. 2018. Evaluating Electrofishing Waveforms: A Critical Step in Developing Standardized Sampling Methods for Smallmouth Bass. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Milwaukee, WI January 2018
Morris, Z., C. Paukert, A. Turner, Z. Ford, and J. Dean. 2017. Evaluating the Relative Efficiency of Pulsed DC Electrofishing Waveforms to Collect Smallmouth Bass. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. August 2017
Moore, M., and C. Paukert. 2019. The Role of Tributary Habitats in the Recovery of the Lake Sturgeon, a Missouri Endangered Species. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2019
Moore, M., *L. Pierce, and C. Paukert. Correlations of human activity with non-native fish species in North America at two spatial scales. Midwest Student Fisheries Colloquium, Champaign-Urbana, IL. 21 January 2012. January 2012
Moore, M. J., C. P. Paukert. 2020. Investigating the Role of Stocking Location and Tracking Methods on Dispersal and Survival of Lake Sturgeon in the Osage and Gasconade rivers. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2020
Moore, M. J., C. P. Paukert. 2019. Dispersal and Overwinter Survival of Stocked Age-0 Lake Sturgeon in Two Missouri River Tributaries. Oral Presentation. The North American Sturgeon and Paddlefish Annual Meeting. September 2019
Moore, M. J., C. P. Paukert. 2018. Seasonal Habitat Selection of Lake Sturgeon in Missouri River Tributaries. Poster Presentation. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ August 2018
Moore, M. J., C. P. Paukert, T. Moore. 2020. Playing the long game: gauging recovery success for Lake Sturgeon a long-lived migratory freshwater fish. Oral Presentation. World Fisheries Congress, Adelaide, Australia. October 2020
Moore, M. J., C. P. Paukert, T. Moore. 2019. Factors explaining spatiotemporal variation in movement patterns for a coolwater fish, the Lake Sturgeon. Oral Presentation. The American Fisheries Society and the Wildlife Society Joint Annual Conference. October 2019
Moore, M. J., C. P. Paukert, T. Moore. 2018. Lake Sturgeon Movement in a Southern Lotic Population with Comparisons to Other Populations Across its Range. Oral Presentation. North American Sturgeon and Paddlefish Society Annual Meeting, Columbia, MO. October 2018
Moore, M. J., C. P. Paukert, T. L. Moore, B. L. Brooke. 2020. Environmental Correlates of Seasonal Movement and Migrations of Lake Sturgeon in the Osage and Gasconade rivers. Virtual Missouri Natural Resources Conference 2021. February 2021
Moore, M. J., C. P. Paukert, 2019. Lake Sturgeon Movements in the Missouri River Basin Call Attention to the Importance of Tributaries in Large River Fish Conservation. Oral Presentation. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, 2019, Cleveland OH. January 2019
Moore, M, and C. Paukert. 2018. Summer Tributary Use and Movement of Lake Sturgeon on its Southern Range Margin. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Milwaukee, WI January 2018
Montgomery, M. and D. L. Galat. July 2009. Restoring river-floodplain connectivity for fish spawning and nursery in the Lower Missouri River: Use of a constructed fish passage facility. First Triennial Symposium for the International Society of River Science (ISRS). St. Pete Beach, FL. 3rd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Los Angeles, CA. July 2009
Montgomery, M. and D. Galat. January, 2008. Composition of Missouri River fishes accessing Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area through a fish friendly passage structure. Missouri River Natural Resources Conference. January 2008
Montgomery, M. and D. Galat. March 2008. Composition of Missouri River fishes accessing Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area through a ?fish friendly? passage structure. Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Nebraska City, NE. March 2008
Montgomery, M. and D. Galat. April 2007. Use of a passage facility by Missouri River fishes for spawning and nursery in seasonal wetland pools at Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area. 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, MO. April 2007
Mengel, D., F. Nelson, A. Raedeke, and E. Webb. 2013. First Steps in Wetland Management ARM: Developing a Decision-Support Tool. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Mengel, D. C. and D. L. Galat. Nov 2008. Occupancy of amphibian assemblage relative to design strategy on Wetlands Reserve Program sites in Lower Grand River basin, Missouri. Documenting benefits of the Farm Bill through CEAP. The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, Miami FL. (invited) November 2008
Mengel, D. C and D. L. Galat. August 2007. Assessment of wetland reserve program restoration efforts measured by occupancy of amphibian metamorphs. Association of Sate Wetland Managers Annual Meeting, Watershed-wide Strategies to Maximize Ecological and Social Services. Williamsburg, VA. August 2007
Mattingly, H. T. and D. L. Galat. 2005. Predictive performance of a microhabitat model for a rare Ozark stream fish. Tennessee EPSCoR Environmental Summit, Cookville, TN. February 2005
Mattingly, H. T. and D. L. Galat. 2003. Predictive performance of a microhabitat model for a rare Ozark stream fish. Percis III: The Third International Percid Symposium, Madison, WI. July 2003
Mattingly, H. T. and D. L. Galat. 2003. Predictive performance of a microhabitat model for a rare Ozark stream fish. 17th Annual Meeting, Society for Conservation Biology, Duluth, MN. June 2003
Masagounder, K., D. Chapman, and C. Paukert. Validation of Bioenergetics Model for Bighead and Silver Carps. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. 6 December 2011. December 2011
Malone, K.M., E.B. Webb and D. Mengel. A meta-analysis to quantify secretive marshbird habitat use across the full annual cycle in the Mississippi Flyway October 2020
Malone, K.M., E.B. Webb and D. Mengel. Quantifying secretive marshbird habitat use across the full annual cycle in theMississippi Flyway: a meta-analysis September 2020
Main, Anson R., Webb, Elisabeth B., Kuechle, K., and D. Mengel. Response of benthic invertebrates to experimental manipulation of neonicotinoid insecticides in Missouri wetlands. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting, Puerto Rico, 5-8 June 2017. June 2017
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Kuechle, K., and Mengel, D. 2017. Response of benthic invertebrates to experimental manipulation of neonicotinoid insecticides in Missouri wetlands. Ecological Society of America, Portland, Oregon, 6-11 August 2017. August 2017
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and Mengel, D. 2017. Impacts of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on non-target native pollinator abundance and diversity in Missouri agroecosystems. 38th Annual Meeting, Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC),Minneapolis, MN, 12-16 November, 2017. November 2017
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and Mengel, D. 2017. Effects of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on non-target native pollinator communities in Missouri agricultural fields and field margins. Ecological Society of America, Portland, Oregon, 6-11 August 2017. August 2017
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and Mengel, D. 2016. Effects of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on non-target native pollinator communities in Missouri field margins and agricultural fields. November 2016
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and D. Mengel. 2018. Impacts of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on native pollinator abundance and diversity in Missouri agroecosystems. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage, MO, 31 January - 2 February, 2018. February 2018
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and D. Mengel. 2018. Impacts of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on native pollinator abundance and diversity in Missouri agroecosystems. 78th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Milwaukee, WI, 28-31 January, 2018. January 2018
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., and D. Mengel. 2018. Assessing native bee abundance and species richness in imidacloprid-treated soybean fields and surrounding field-margins November 2018
Main, A.R., Webb, E.B., Goyne, K.W., Abney, R., and D. Mengel. 2019. Impacts of neonicotinoids on native pollinators: Evaluating wild bee guilds in field-margins surrounding imidacloprid-treated soybean fields. 79th Annual Meeting, Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Cleveland, OH, 27-30 January, 2019. January 2019
Main, A.R., E.B. Webb, K.W. Goyne, R. Abney and D. Mengel. 2020. A multi-year field experiment testing effects of imidacloprid-seed treatment use on wild bee functional guilds of Midwestern agroecosystems. American Chemical Society Conference, San Francisco, CA, 16-20 August, 2020. August 2020
Main, A.R., Abney, R., Webb, E.B., Mengel, D., and K.W. Goyne. 2019. Impacts of neonicotinoids on native pollinators: Evaluating wild bee guilds in field margins surrounding imidacloprid-treated soybean fields. Ozark-Prairie and MidSouth Regional Chapters of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Joint Meeting. St. Louis, MO, 13-15 May, 2019. May 2019
Main, A., Webb, E.B., Hladik, M. 2017. Neonicotinoid Insecticides: Potential impacts on non-target organisms and ecosystems. 38th Annual Meeting, SETAC North America, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 12-17 November, 2017. November 2017
MacPherson, M., E. Webb, A. Raedeke, D. Mengel and F. Nelson. 2018. Waterfowl as umbrella taxa for wetland management decisions: using Bayesian belief networks to evaluate potential for other taxa under the umbrella. Society of Wetland Scientists Conference June 2018
Mabery, M., C. Dunn, and C. Paukert. Population Dynamics of Gravel Chub in Two Missouri Rivers. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2016
Lynch, A. J., B. J. E. Myers,, T. J. Krabbenhoft, R. P. Kovach, T. J. Kwak, J. A. Falke, C. Chu, D. B. Bunnell, C. P. Paukert. Global synthesis of the projected and documented effects of climate change effects on inland fishes. July 2017. Fisheries Society of the British Isles Annual Symposium. Exeter, United Kingdom. July 2017
Lueckenhoff, L. K. and A. E. Rosenberger. 2015. Intensive vs. extensive sampling methods: effectiveness of visual methods for assessing freshwater mussel communities. Poster, Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Symposium (FMCS), St. Charles, MO. 22-26 March, 2015. March 2015
Lubinski, K., K. Barr, J. Barko, S. Bartell, R. Clevenstine, M. Davis, D. Galat, and D. Wilcox. December 2008. Considering ecosystem services in restoration decisions on the Upper Mississippi River System. A Conference on Ecosystem Services (ACES) 2008: Using Science for Decision Making in Dynamic Systems, Naples Florida. (submitted) December 2008
Lippincott, B. L., A. C. Benke, D. L. Galat and J. C. Meyer. 2000. A research framework for large river ecosystems. Invited. Special Symposium: the Mississippi River basin: ecology, issues and management. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO. August 2000
Lindner, G., K. Key, and A. Rosenberger. 2017. Using hydrogeomorphic variables for habitat modeling of unionid mussel concentrations in Missouri Ozark rivers. The Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Annual Meeting, Clevland, OH, March 2017. March 2017
Lindner, G., K. Key, K. Bouska, and A.E. Rosenberger. Derivation of hydrogeomorphic variables for fundamental niche modeling of unionid mussel concentrations in Missouri Ozark Rivers. Oral Presentation for the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri, 2016. August 2016
Lindner, G., K. Bouska, K. Key, and A. Rosenberger. 2016. Maxent modeling for Missouri Ozark unionids with macroscale hydro-geomorphic variables. Seminar, Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI, January 2016. January 2016
Lindner, G., E. Bulliner, K. Bouska, C. Paukert, and R. Jacobson. 2017. Floodplain inundation mapping under nonstationary hydro-climatic conditions on the lower Missouri River to support multi-objective management of conservation lands Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Lindner, G., E. Bulliner, K. Bouska, C. Paukert, and R. Jacobson. 2019. Mapping flood patterns to address current and future management needs on the Lower Missouri River. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2019
Lindner, G., E. Bulliner, K. Bouska, C. Paukert, and R. Jacobson. 2017. Floodplain inundation mapping on the lower Missouri River to support current and future management decisions. Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Nebraska City, NE. March 2017
Lindner, G., C. Paukert, A. Rosenberger, R. Jacobson, K. Bouska, and E. Bulliner. 2016. An examination of costs and benefits for capturing meaningful hydro-geomorphic criteria for aquatic biota in rivers. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO. August 2016
Leach, B.A., E.B. Webb, D.C. Carter and P. Link. Identifying spring migration routes and phenology for blue-winged teal using GSM satellite transmitters. North American Duck Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, August 26-30. August 2019
Laske, SM, AE Rosenberger, MS Wipfli, CE Zimmerman. 2016. Hydrology and fish composition drives lentic food web structure in Arctic Alaska. Society for Freshwater Science, Sacramento, CA, May 21-26. May 2016
Laske, S.M., T. B. Haynes, A. E. Rosenberger, J. C. Koch M. S. Wipfli, and C. E. Zimmerman. 2015. Influence of surface water connectivity on lentic fish communities, Arctic Coastal Plain, Alaska. . Alaska Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Annual Meeting, Fairbanks, AK. 25 March, 2015. March 2015
Laske, S., A.E. Rosenberger, J.C. Koch, C.E. Zimmerman, and M.S. Wipfli. 2014. Feeding frenzy: Exploring the role of ninespine stickleback in Arctic freshwater food webs. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science. Portland, OR. May, 2014. May 2014
Laske, S., A. Rosenberger, M.S. Wipfli, and C. Zimmerman. 2017. Surface water connectivity among Arctic lakes drives patterns of fish species richness and composition, and food web structure. American Water Resources Association Spring Specialty Conference 2017, April 30 – May 3, 2017, Snowbird, UT. April 2017
Laske, S. M., J. C. Koch, C. E. Zimmerman, M. S. Wipfli, and A. E. Rosenberger. Fish distribution in a warming Arctic: what current patterns may tell us about the future. Alaska Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Fairbanks, Oct. 2013. October 2013
Laske, S, A Rosenberger, W Kane, M Wipfli, C Zimmerman. 2015. Top-down effects of Ninespine Stickleback on invertebrate communities of small Arctic ponds: an experimental approach. AK AFS November 2015
Laske, S, A Rosenberger, M Wipfli, C Zimmerman. 2017. Generalist feeding strategies of Arctic fishes stabilize lentic food webs. AK Chapter AFS-AWRA, Fairbanks, AK March 2017
Lallaman, J.J., D.M. Papoulias, M. Annis, and D.L. Galat. Use of Plasma Sex Steroids to Determine Sex and Reproductive Condition in Paddlefish. Mississippi Interstate Cooperative Resource Assn (MICRA) 2009 Annual Meeting. December, 2009. (Oral Presentation) January 2010
Lallaman, J. and D. Galat. Dec 2008. Paddlefish habitat use associated with regulated river discharges in the Lower Osage River, Missouri. 69th Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference, Columbus, OH. December 2008
Lallaman, J. J., M. I. Malin, C. J. Vishy, A. J. DeLonay, and D. L. Galat. Use of three different acoustic gears to assess paddlefish abundance and distribution in the lower Osage River, MO. 70th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. 6 December, 2009. December 2009
Lallaman, J and D Galat. 2008. Paddlefish movement past a low-head lock and dam in the Osage River, Missouri. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. January 2008
LaRose, J., D. Finke and E. Webb. Comparing bee and grasshopper communities in Missouri's reconstructed and remnant prairies. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference January 2018
LaRose, J., D. Finke and E. Webb. Are prairie reconstructions working for invertebrates? Grasshopper and bee communities in remnant vs, restored prairies. Ecological Society of America August 2017
Kuechle, K.., E.B. Webb, D.C. Mengel and A. Main. Occurrence and drivers of neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri floodplain wetlands. North American Duck Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, August 26-30. August 2019
Kuechle, K.., E.B. Webb and D.C. Mengel. Factors influencing neonicotinoid insecticide occurrence and concentration in Missouri floodplain wetlands March 2019
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel, and A. Main. 2019. Impacts of neonicotinoid treated corn to aquatic invertebrates in floodplain wetlands. North American Duck Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, August 26-30. August 2019
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel, and A. Main. 2019. A field study assessing effects of neonicotinoid insecticides to aquatic invertebrates: implications for wetland-dependent taxa. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, May 28-31. May 2019
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel, and A. Main. 2019. A field study assessing effects of neonicotinoid insecticides to aquatic invertebrates: implications for wetland-dependent taxa. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, January 27-30. January 2019
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel, A. Main, and D. Tillitt. 2018. A field study assessing direct application of neonicotinoid seed treatment in wetlands: implications for aquatic invertebrate communities. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting, Sacramento California, November 4-8. November 2018
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Wetland sediment contamination by neonicotinoid insecticides: a study of Missouri land practices. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Annual Meeting, Minneapolis Minnesota, 12-16 November 2017. November 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri public wetlands. 2017. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach MO, 1 - 3 February 2017 February 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Response of wetland food webs to neonicotinoid insecticide contamination. 78th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Milwaukee Wisconsin, 28-31 January 2018. January 2018
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Quantifying neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri public wetlands: the relationship to agricultural land use. 77th Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference, Lincoln NE, 5 - 8 February 2017 February 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Patterns of neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri public wetlands: implications for wetland-dependent organisms. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting, San Juan Puerto Rico, 5 - 8 June 2017. June 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Neonicotinoids in Missouri public wetlands: a summary of preliminary results and future research. USGS Columbia Environmental Research Center seminar series, Columbia Missouri, 4 October 2017. October 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri wetland sediments: the relationship to watershed and wetland land practices. Ozark-Prairie Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting, Columbia Missouri, 15-17 May 2017. May 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Landscape drivers of wetland sediment neonicotinoid concentrations in Missouri public wetlands. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, January 31-February 2 2018. February 2018
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Impacts of neonicotinoid seed-treatments on aquatic invertebrates in Missouri wetland ecosystems. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Annual Meeting, Minneapolis Minnesota, 12-16 November 2017. November 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Do neonicotinoid insecticides cause trophic cascades between aquatic and terrestrial systems? A test using emerging aquatic invertebrates and tree swallows as model organisms. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Annual Meeting, Minneapolis Minnesota, 12-16 November 2017. November 2017
Kuechle, K, E. B. Webb, D. Mengel and A. Main. 2017. Aquatic invertebrate response to neonicotinoid insecticide contamination of Missouri wetlands. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, January 31-February 2 2018. February 2018
Klymus, K., D. Chapman, C. Richter, and C. Paukert. DNA shedding rates of Asian carps, for use in understanding field collections of eDNA. International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, Niagara Falls, Ontario. 24 April 2013. April 2013
Klymus, K. C. Richter, D. Chapman, and C. Paukert. Quantification of eDNA Shedding Rates from Invasive Bighead Carp Hypophthalmichthys nobilis and Silver Carp Hypophthalmichthys molitrix. American Fisheries Society Meeting, Quebec City. August 2014
Kleekamp, E., and C. Paukert. Streams in a Changing Landscape: Predicting In-Stream Habitat Reference Conditions Using Landscape Characteristics. American Fisheries Society Meeting, Quebec City. August 2014
Kleekamp, E., and C. Paukert. Evaluating a physical habitat-based classification of Missouri’s stream fish communities. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2016
Kleekamp, E., and C. Paukert. Assessing Environmental Drivers of Fish Community Structure. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Indianapolis, IN February 2015
Kleekamp, E., and C. Paukert. A bottom-up approach to characterizing least disturbed stream habitat. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Portland, OR August 2015
Key, K., G. Lindner, K. Bouska, and A. Rosenberger. 2017. Generation of a fundamental niche model for diverse mussel assemblages within the northeastern Ozark region of Missouri. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO, February 2017. February 2017
Key, K., G. Lindner, K. Bouska, and A. Rosenberger. 2016. Using maxent to generate a fundamental niche model for diverse mussel assemblages within the northeastern Ozark region of Missouri. Missouri Natural Resource Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February, 2016. February 2016
Key, K., G. Lindner, A. Rosenberger, and K. Bouska. 2017. A hierarchical approach to mussel conservation: from niche modeling to field monitoring. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Annual Meeting, Cleveland, Ohio, March 2017. March 2017
Key, K., G. Linder, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2016. A tool for identifying potential threats to species on a landscape level: An example geared towards endangered freshwater mussels in Missouri. Organization of Fish and Wildlife Information Managers Annual Meeting. Ponca State Park, NE. October, 2016. October 2016
Key, K., A. Rosenberger, G. Lindner, and K. Bouska. 2017. Using maxent to generate a fundamental niche model for diverse mussel assemblages within the northeastern Ozark region of Missouri. Poster Presentation, School of Natural Resources Research Day, May 2017. May 2017
Kemink, K., L. Webb and B. Ross. Why we need more women in STEM leadership roles: innovations to overcome obstacles and identify solutions. North American Duck Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, August 26-30, 2019. August 2019
Kamps, J., C. Paukert, E. Webb and F. Nelson. Sampling method considerations for surveying fish and amphibians in Missouri wetlands April 2019
Kamps, J., C. Paukert, E. Webb and F. Nelson. A comparison of sampling methods for surveying fish and amphibians in Missouri wetlands. April 2019
Kaminski, R.M., B. Davis, E.B. Webb and 15 other co-authors. Ecological Assessment of NRCS MIgratory Bird Habitat Initiative. Annual Meeting of the Soil and Water Conservaiton Society, Washington, D.C. July 2011
Kaemingk, M., J. Jolley, C. Paukert, R. Holland, M. Lindvall, and D. Willis. The Role of Common Carp and Their Effects on Fishes, Invertebrates, and Water Quality in Shallow Lakes. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. 6 December 2011. December 2011
Kaemingk, M., J. Jolley, C. Paukert, D. Willis, R. Holland, G. Wanner, and M. Lindvall. The role of common carp in shallow lake ecosystems. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN. 22 August 2012. August 2012
Kaemingk, M., J. Jolley, C. Paukert, D. Willis, R. Holland, G. Wanner, and M. Lindvall. Do common carp deserve their bad reputation? Nebraska Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Gretna, Nebraska. 14 February 2012. February 2012
Johnson, M., J. Arroyo, R. Bauer, R. Blakey, C. Brown, J. Cole, C. Dillingham, D. Kesler, K. Roby, J. Seymour, R. Siegel, A. Stillman, M. Tinley and E. Webb. 2020. Coordinated regulatory compliance activities increased knowledge acquisition and reduced latency to management application. North American Congress for Conservation Biology July 2020
Johnson, J., D. Papoulias and D. Galat. 2006. Reproductive development of Missouri River chubs in relation to environmental variables. 10th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Collaborating in the Current, South Soiux City, NE. May 2006
Johnson, J., D. Papoulias and D. Galat. 2005. Reproductive development of Missouri River chubs in relation to environmental variables. Poster. Many Voices - One Horizon, 9th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Pierre, SD. May 2005
Johnson, J. D. Papoulias, and D. Galat. Feb. 2006. Reproductive Development of the Sicklefin Chub (Macrhybopsis meeki) in the lower Missouri River. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO; Missouri River Natural Resources Conference S. Sioux City NE May 06 May 2006
Johnson, J. D. Papoulias, and D. Galat. Feb. 2006. Reproductive Development of the Sicklefin Chub (Macrhybopsis meeki) in the lower Missouri River. International Conference on Rivers and Civilization, La Crosse WI, Jun 2006. June 2006
Jennifer L Johnson, Diana M Papoulias, David L Galat (2006). Reproductive Development of the Sicklefin Chub (Macrhybopsis meeki). 10th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference. May 9-12, 2006, South Sioux City, Nebraska. May 2006
Jennifer L Johnson, Diana M Papoulias, David L Galat (2006). Reproductive Development of Missouri River Chubs in Relation to Environmental Variables. International Conference on Rivers and Civilization: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Major River Basins La Crosse, Wisconsin USA. June 25-28, 2006 June 2006
Jennifer L Johnson, Diana M Papoulias, David L Galat (2006). Reproductive Development of Missouri River Chubs in Relation to Environmental Variables. 10th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference. May 9-12, 2006, South Sioux City, Nebraska. May 2006
Jacobson, R., and D. Galat. April 2007. Design of naturalized flow regimes on large, multi-purpose river systems: an example from the Lower Missouri River. 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, MO. April 2007
Jacobson, R., D. Galat, and J. Skold. Aug 2007. Quantitative design of a naturalized flow regime, Lower Missouri River, USA. 10th International RiverSymposium & Environmental Flows Conference, Brisbane, Australia. August 2007
Jacobson, R., D. Galat and J. Heuser. 2002. Visualization of lower Missouri River flow alternatives to conserve endangered fishes. Environmental Flows for River Systems, International Working Conference on Assessment and Implementation, Cape Town, South Africa. Poster. March 2002
Jacobson, R. J. and D. L. Galat. Jan 2009. Concepts, design, and implementation of a naturalized flow regime on the Lower Missouri River. Invited symposium: Structured decision-making and adaptive management. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. New Orleans, LA. (invited) January 2009
Jacobson, R. B., E. A. Bulliner IV, G. A. Lindner, C. Paukert and K. Bouska. Managing Floodplain Expectations on the Lower Missouri River, USA. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA 13 December 2017. December 2017
Jacobson, R. B., D. L. Galat and C. H. Hay. 2005. Prospects for the designed hydrograph, lower Missouri River. North American Benthological Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. May 2005
J. B. Whittier, J. Westhoff, Craig Paukert. A comparison of accuracy and precision among temperature loggers at typical stream temperatures. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2016
Ivey, K., K. Wright, J. Rogosch, H.I.A. Boehm, R. W. Tingley III, and C. P. Paukert. 2021. Exploring the relationship between assessment metrics and perceived success of river and stream restoration projects. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Virtual Meeting. February 2-4, 2021 February 2021
Infante, D., N. Sievert, W. Daniel, C. Paukert, J. Whittier, Y. Tsang, and J. Stewart. FISHTAIL: Conserving stream habitats and fishes from current and future threats throughout large regions. World Fisheries Congress, Busan, South Korea. May 2016
Hulse, S. N. and D. L. Galat. 2003. Spatio-temporal scales relevant to life histories of middle Mississippi River fishes. Poster. 64th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, MO. December 2003
Hoem-Neher, T. and A. Rosenberger, 2012. Ecology of juvenile coho salmon in Alaska estuaries and influences of estuary habitats on the expression of life history characteristics of coho salmon. Defense seminar to the Fisheries Division, School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK. September 2012
Hoem Neher, T., A.E. Rosenberger, C. Zimmerman, C. Walker, and S. Baird. 2015. Deciphering estuary use by juvenile coho salmon: building a strong portfolio. Oral Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Portland, Oregon. August, 2015. August 2015
Hoem Neher, T., A.E. Rosenberger, C. C. Zimmerman, C. Walker, and S. Baird. 2015. Deciphering estuary use by juvenile coho salmon: building a strong portfolio. Alaska Forum on the Environment, Anchorage, AK. December, 2014. December 2014
Hill, E.B., E.B. Webb and D.C. Mengel. Linking Wetland Management Decisions to Secretive Marsh Bird Habitat Use During Spring Migration on Public Wetlands in Missouri. October 2017
Hill, E.B., E.B. Webb and D.C. Mengel. Linking Wetland Management Decisions to Least Bittern Nest Selection and Breeding Success. October 2017
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. Nesting habitat characteristics and nest success of secretive marsh birds on public wetlands in Missouri. Midwest Bird Conservation and Monitoring Workshop, Port Washington, Wisconsin August 2014
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. Linking Wetland Management to the Distribution, Habitat Use and Nesting Effort of Secretive Marhs Birds on Missouri Public Wetlands. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, Missouri January 2014
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. Linking Wetland Management to the Distribution and Habitat Use Secretive Marsh Birds in Missouri October 2014
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. How wetland management strategies affect the habitat associations of secretive marsh birds on public wetlands in Missouri. February 2015
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. Effect of wetland management strategies on the distribution and habitat associations of secretive marsh birds on public wetlands in Missouri. Midwest Bird Conservation and Monitoring Workshop, Port Washington, Wisconsin. August 2014
Hill, E., E. Webb. and D. Mengel. Connecting wetland management strategies to the habitat relationships of secretive marsh birds on public wetlands in Missouri. February 2015
Hidden, B., P. Marley, E. Webb., A. Raedeke, S. Gao. Modeling inundation probability for Missouri wetlands within the Grand and Missouri River Ecoregion. Missouri GIS Conference, 2015 meeting, Springfield, Missouri. February 2015
Hidden, B., E. Webb., and A. Raedeke. Modeling Inundation of Missouri’s National Wetland Inventory Wetlands in Autumn. North American Duck Symposium, Annual meeting 2016, Annapolis Maryland February 2016
Hidden, B., E. Webb., and A. Raedeke. Modeling Inundation Probability of Missouri Wetlands During Fall Waterfowl Migration. The Wildlife Society, Annual meeting 2015, Winnipeg Manitoba. October 2015
Hidden, B., E. Webb., A. Raedeke, and S. Gao. How Many Birds Are We Missing? Assessing Waterfowl Distribution and Abundance in Missouri Using an Aerial Strip-transect Survey. North American Duck Symposium, Annual meeting 2016, Annapolis Maryland February 2016
Hidden, B., E. Webb. and A. Raedeke. Modeling probability of wetland inundation for the Grand and Missouri River Ecoregion in autumn. Society of Wetland Scientists, 2015 Annual Meeting, Providence, Rhode Island June 2015
Hidden, B., E. Webb. and A. Raedeke. Modeling probability of wetland inundation for Missouri wetlands in autumn . Missouri Natural Resource Conference, Osage Beach Missouri. February 2015
Hidden, B., E. Webb. and A. Raedeke. Modeling inundation probability for Missouri wetlands within the Grand and Missouri River Ecoregion. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Indianapolis, In February 2015
Hidden, B., E. Webb, A. Raedeke, and S. Gao. An Aerial Strip-transect Survey to Assess Autumn Waterfowl Distribution and Abundance in Missouri. The Wildlife Society, Annual meeting 2016, Raleigh, North Carolina. Oral. October 15, 2016. October 2016
Hicks, D., J. Podoliak, and E. Webb. Wetland bird respond to habitat variables associated with wetland restoration: an evaluation of Wetland Reserve Program easements in western Kentucky and Tennessee. February 2021
Hicks, D., J. Podoliak, and E. Webb. How do wetland birds respond to habitat variables associated with wetland restoration? An evaluation of Wetland Reserve Program easements in western Kentucky and Tennessee. Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Associations Annual Conference. October 26, 2020. October 2020
Hicks, D., J. Podoliak, and E. Webb. How do wetland birds respond to habitat variables associated with wetland restoration? An evaluation of Wetland Reserve Program easements in western Kentucky and Tennessee. September 2020
Healy, B., E. Omana-Smith, *J. Spurgeon, D. Whiting, and C. Paukert. Humpback Chub Translocations to Grand Canyon Tributaries: preliminary results. 11th Biennial Conference of Research on the Colorado Plateau. Flagstaff, AZ. 25 October 2011. October 2011
Healy, B., C. P. Paukert, and W. E. Pine, III. 2015. Integrating Cooperative Ecosystem Study Units into Fisheries Management Planning at Grand Canyon National Park. Biennial Conference of Science and Management of the Colorado Plateau. Flagstaff, AZ. October 2015
Headrick, M. R., D. L. Galat, and R. Renken. April 2007. Ecological lessons learned fro the great Missouri River flood of 1993. 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, MO. April 2007
Haynes, T.B., A.E. Rosenberger, M.S. Lindberg, M. Whitman, and J.A. Schmutz. Occupancy patterns of fishes in Arctic lakes provide clues to dispersal mechanisms in a harsh environment. Oral presentation given to the Alaska Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting. Fairbanks, Alaska. October 2013
Haynes, T.B. Biotic and abiotic factors contributing to the distribution of fish and breeding loons on the North Slope. Defense presentation to the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences. September, 2014. September 2014
Haynes, T. B., J. A Schmutz, M. S. Lindberg, K. G. Wright, B. D. Uher-Koch, A. E. Rosenberger. Occupancy of yellow-billed and Pacific loons: evidence for interspecific competition and habitat mediated co-occurrence. Oral presentation at the Pacific Seabird Group Annual Meeting. Juneau, Alaska. May, 2014. May 2014
Haverly, Z., J. Tapp, and E. Webb. Effects of Inundation Patterns and Vegetation on Macroinvertebrate Biomass and Richness in Seasonal Wetlands. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, Missouri January 2014
Harris, J., and C. Paukert. Aquatic applications of ArcGIS: tracking and analyzing telemetry data. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, KS. 10 December 2012. December 2012
Harris, J., C. Paukert, S. Bush, M. Allen, and M. Siepker. Using largemouth bass to evaluate a large reservoir habitat project. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, KS. 12 December 2012. December 2012
Harris, J., C. Paukert, S. Bush, M. Allen, and M. Siepker. Movement and habitat selection of largemouth bass: implications for reservoir habitat improvements. Missouri/Arkansas White River Partnership Meetings, Branson, MO. 17 October 2012. October 2012
Harris, J., C. Paukert, S. Bush, M. Allen, and M. Siepker. Movement and habitat selection of largemouth bass: implications for reservoir habitat improvements. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN. 22 August 2012. August 2012
Harris, J., C. Paukert, S. Bush, M. Allen, and M. Siepker. Movement and habitat selection of largemouth bass in Table Rock Lake, Missouri. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, Missouri. 3 February 2012. February 2012
Harris, J., C. Paukert, S. Bush, M. Allen, and M. Siepker. Movement and Habitat Selection of Largemouth Bass Related to Supplemental Habitat Structure in Table Rock Lake, Missouri. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. 6 December 2011 December 2011
Harris, J., C. Paukert, S. Bush, M. Allen, and M. Siepker. How largemouth bass respond to a large reservoir habitat enhancement project. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Little Rock, AR September 2013
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. Nothing but net: Developing a rapid assessment protocol to monitor fish in Missouri wetlands. Missouri Natural Resources Conference. Osage Beach, MO February 2016
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. Developing a rapid assessment protocol to monitor fish in Missouri wetlands. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI January 2016
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2017. Integrating less visible taxa into wetland management: methods for surveying fish and amphibians. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico June 2017
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2017. Influence of wetland design and hydrologic connectivity on fish and amphibian species richness in managed floodplain wetlands. Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico June 2017
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2016. What lies beneath? Identifying the most effective method to sample fish and amphibian communities in Missouri wetlands. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2017
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2016. What Lies beneath? Identifying the most effective method to sample fish and amphibian communities in Missouri wetlands. The Wildlife Society Conference, Raleigh, NC. October 2016
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2016. What Lies beneath? Identifying the most effective method to sample fish and amphibian communities in Missouri wetlands. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Guyton, J. E. Webb, C. Paukert, and F. Nelson. 2016. Don’t put a fish out of water: developing sampling protocols to integrate fish into wetland management decisions. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO. August 2016
Gutsch, M., and A. Rosenberger. 2012. Overwintering habitat use of juvenile coho salmon in the Anchor River, Alaska. Defense seminar to the Fisheries Division, School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK. September 2012
Gray, M.J, H.M. Hagy, and E.B. Webb. 2013. Obtaining Reliable Estimates of Food Availability in Moist-soil Wetlands for Dabbling Ducks. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Glen, A. R., L. K. Lueckenhoff, M. C. Schrum, and A. E. Rosenberger. 2015. The effect of sculpturing on the comparability of external shell aging for freshwater mussels. Poster, Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Symposium (FMCS), St. Charles, MO. 22-26 March, 2015. March 2015
Glen, A. R., L. K. Lueckenhoff, M. C. Schrum, and A. E. Rosenberger. 2015. Comparability of external shell aging techniques for sculptured vs. non-sculptured freshwater mussels. Poster, Missouri Natural Resources Conference (MNRC), Osage Beach, MO. 4-6 February, 2015. February 2015
Gerken, J., and C. Paukert. The importance of high flows and floodplain inundation for fish and invertebrates of the Kansas River. Kansas Natural Resources Conference, Wichita, KS. 21 January 2011 (best student presentation) January 2011
Gerken, J., and C. Paukert. Testing the flood pulse concept: The importance of floodplain inundation on fish and invertebrates of a Great Plains river. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA. 14 September 2010 September 2010
Gerken, J., and C. Paukert. Floods and fishes: examining the role of high flows on fish and invertebrates in a large Great Plains River. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, St. Paul, MN. 13 December 2010 December 2010
Gerken, J., and C. Paukert. Can Silver Carp be Controlled? Population Level Response to Various Management Regimes. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. 7 December 2011. December 2011
Galat, David L., 10 May 2010. Challenges to Applying Adaptive Management to Large-scale River Restoration: the Upper Mississippi Navigation & Ecosystem Sustainability Program (NESP). Department of Forest Science, Graduate School of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan ( Invited seminar) May 2010
Galat, David L. and Cornish, Mark A. Challenges to applying adaptive management to restoring great rivers: the Upper Mississippi River Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program (NESP). 70th Annual Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference. 6 December, 2009. December 2009
Galat, D., E. Bernhardt, K. Lubinski, M. Palmer, C. Theiling, and D. Wilcox. Jan 2006. Large river rehabilitation within an adaptive management framework: setting achievable goals and objectives. Ecological Society of America, Ecology in an Era of Globalization, Merida, Mexico. International Conference on Rivers and Civilization, La Crosse WI, Jun 2006. June 2006
Galat, D., E. Bernhardt, K. Lubinski, M. Palmer, C. Theiling, and D. Wilcox. Jan 2006. Large river rehabilitation within an adaptive management framework: setting achievable goals and objectives. Ecological Society of America, Ecology in an Era of Globalization, Merida, Mexico. May 2006
Galat, D. and K. O'Donnell. 2005. Large river restoration. Mississippi-Missouri River Confluence Region Field Manager's Restoration Workshop, Grafton, IL. July 2005
Galat, D. L., M. B. Bain and F. Schiemer. 1999. Conserving large river fishes: is the highway analogy an appropriate paradigm? Invited paper. Special Symposium: Ecology and Management of Large Rivers, 47th Annual Meeting, North American Benthological Society, Duluth, MN. May 1999
Galat, D. L., K. E. Doisy and K. S. Reeves. Dec 2006. Importance of shallow, slow-velocity habitats to growth of larval gizzard shad in the Lower Missouri River channel. 67th Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference, Omaha, NE. December 2006
Galat, D. L., D. J. Dieterman and M. L. Wildhaber. 2000. Physical habitat patterns at multiple spatial scales along the Missouri River, USA. Invited. 8th International Symposium of Regulated Streams, Toulouse, France. July 2000
Galat, D. L., C. R. Berry, C. S. Guy, C. L. Pierce, J. Heuser and M. L. Wildhaber. 2002. Multiple spatial scale fishery research on the Missouri River. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2002 EMAP Symposium: The condition of our Nation's streams and rivers from the mountains to the coast, Great Rivers Session, Kansas City, MO. May 2002
Galat, D. L., C. Fleming, M. George, and J. Ledwin. April 2007. Challenges to effective rehabilitation of the Missouri River. 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, MO. April 2007
Galat, D. L. and S. J. Clark. 2002. Fish spawning and discharge-temperature coupling along the Missouri River: implications for environmental flows. Environmental Flows for River Systems, International Working Conference on Assessment and Implementation, Cape Town, South Africa. March 2002
Galat, D. L. and S. J. Clark. 2002. Fish spawning and discharge-temperature coupling along the Missouri River: implications for environmental flows. 6th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Cnference, South Sioux City, NE. April 2002
Galat, D. L. and R. L. Jacobson. 2003. How do we design variability into river restoration? Ninth International Conference on River Research and Applications, Albury, Australia. Invited Keynote Speaker. July 2003
Galat, D. L. and R. B. Jacobson. 1999. Integrative ecology to restore Missouri River integrity. Invited paper. U.S. Geological Survey, Executive Leadership Team, Easton, MD. May 1999
Galat, D. L. and M. D. Montgomery. August 2010. Discharge-temperature coupling in a regulated floodplain river relative to the flood-pulse concept. 31st Congress of the International Limnological Society, Cape Town, South Africa. August 2010
Galat, D. L. and M. A. Cornish. Jan 2009. Challenges to applying adaptive management to large-scale ecosystem restoration: the Upper Mississippi Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program (NESP). Invited symposium: Structured decision-making and adaptive management. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. New Orleans, LA. (invited) January 2009
Galat, D. L. and K. S. Reeves. May 2010. Nursery microhabitat for rheophilic larval fishes in the channel margin of a regulated, large floodplain river, lower Missouri River. 34th Annual Larval Fish Conference 30 May-3 June 2010, Santa Fe, NM (Invited) May 2010
Galat, D. L. and D. Humburg. 2000. Connectivity gradients and biodiversity of lower Missouri River floodplain wetlands. Invited. Special Symposium: the Mississippi River basin: ecology, issues and management. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO. August 2000
Galat, D. L. and D. Humburg. 2000. Biotic responses to extreme floods along the lower Missouri River, USA. Invited. Special Symposium: Environmental flows and floodplain wetland restoration. Millenium Wetland Event, INTECOL/Annual Meeting of the Society of Wetland Scientists, Quebec City, Canada. August 2000
Galat, D. L. and A. DeLonay. 2003. Discussion of the listed species, their biological needs and current scientific knowledge base--pallid sturgeon. Missouri River Basin Association Stakeholder Forum: Species Recovery and How It Relates to Missouri River Management, Nebraska City, NE. Invited presentation and panel discussion. April 2003
Galat, D. L. and 8 co-authors. July 2009. Challenges to integrating adaptive management into restoring great rivers: The Upper Mississippi Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program (NESP). First Triennial Symposium for the International Society of River Science (ISRS). St. Pete Beach, FL. July 2009
Galat, D. L. and 6 panel members. 2001. Missouri River: a watershed at the crossroads. Invited. Panel member, Environmental and Safety Symposium, Environmental Protection Agency Region VII, Kansas City, MO. August 2001
Galat, D. L. and 5 panel members. 2001. Concurrent Case Study Symposia: Missouri River. Panel member presenting ecological overview of lower Missouri River and flow related issues. Invited. Managing river flows for biodiversity: a conference on science, policy and conservation action, Fort Collins, CO. August 2001
Galat, D. L. along with 3 other panelists and 3 speakers August 2009. Floodplain connectivity, flood control and hydrologic change. Visions of a sustainable Mississippi River: The sixth in a series of public conferences on river issues. Invited panelist. National Great Rivers Research and Education Center. Collinsville, IL. August 2009
Galat, D. L. 2004. The nature of Lewis and Clark on the Great Plains: fishes of the Missouri River. Invited. 28th Annual Interdisciplinary Symposium sponsored by the Center for Great Plains Studies, Nebraska City, NE. June 2004
Galat, D. L. 2003. Spatiotemporal patterns and changes in Missouri River fishes. Special Session: Conservation of Biodiversity in Large River Systems of the Midwest. Invited. 64th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, MO. December 2003
Galat, D. L. 2003. Approaches to successful propagation of sterlet sturgeon (Acipenser ruthenus) in the upper Volga River, Russia. Middle Basin Pallid Sturgeon Recovery Work Group Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO. January 2003
Galat, D. L. 2003. An overview of critical ecological factors influencing survival of riverine fishes. Briefing to Brigadier General D. Fastabend, Division Engineer, Northwest Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Columbia, MO. Invited. February 2003
Galat, D. L. 2002. How should we proceed to manage river flows for biodiversity? 6th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, South Sioux City, NE. April 2002
Galat, D. L. 2002. Disciplinary values and perspectives in approaching interstate water conflicts--fisheries ecology. Interstate waters: crossing boundaries for sustainable solutions. Utton Transboundary Resources Center, Snowbird, UT. Invited. October 2002
Galat, D. L. 2002. Advancing science and integrating it with water management. Invited. Ecologically Sustainable Water Management, Snake River Retreat, The Nature Conservancy, Swan Valley, ID. September 2002
Galat, D. L. 2001. The need for a natural hydrograph to sustain riverine life. Invited. Rivers as dynamic systems--Flood, floodplains and implications for development. Symposium: Our Water, Our Rivers: St. Louis as a 21st Century River City. St. Louis, MO. April 2001
Galat, D. L. 2001. The intensive-passive management continuum in rehabilitation of lower Missouri River floodplain wetlands. Invited. Upper Mississippi River/Great Lakes Joint Venture Management Board Summer Meeting, Jefferson City, MO. August 2001
Galat, D. L. 2001. The importance of connectivity in research, management, and restoration: considerations for success in the Missouri River floodplain. Invited. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Lisbon Bottoms Research Symposium, Columbia, MO. July 2001
Galat, D. L. 2001. Managing river flows for biodiversity: how do we know if we've succeeded ecologically? Invited. State of the Science Plennary Session. Managing river flows for biodiversity: a conference on science, policy and conservation action, Fort Collins, CO. July 2001
Galat, D. L. 2001. A river that works and a working river: provide for a seasonal flood pulse and low flow conditions. Invited. 57th Annual Meeting, Upper Mississippi River Conservation Committee, Bettendorf, IA. March 2001
Galat, D. L. 2000. Science behind the natural hydrograph. Upper Mississippi River Basin Association, 76th Quarterly Meeting, St. Louis, MO. November 2000
Galat, D. L. 2000. Restoring the natural range of Missouri River flow variability to benefit declining species. Invited. 4th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Bismarck, ND. May 2000
Galat, D. L. 2000. Patterns of physical habitat at multiple spatial scales along the Missouri River. Invited. Annual Meeting of the Missouri River Natural Resources Committee, Niobrara, NE. September 2000
Galat, D. L. 2000. Missouri River basin: improving the scientific basis for adaptive management. Invited paper. National Research Council, Committee on Missouri River Ecosystem Science, Columbia, MO. April 2000
Galat, D. L. 2000. Missouri River Management: biological opinion, natural hydrograph and real implications. Invited panel speaker and participant. Midwest Area River Coalition 2000 9th Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO. November 2000
Galat, D. L. 2000. Connectivity: linking the channel with its floodplain. Workshop - Chutes, coots and frogs: developing a vision for the Missouri River. Invited paper. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Lake of the Ozarks. February 2000
Galat, D. L. 1999. USGS Cooperative Units Research on the Missouri River. Invited paper. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Lower Missouri River Ecosystem Team, Springfield, MO. July 1999
Galat, D. L. 1999. The natural flow regime of the Missouri River in comparison to proposed Master Manual alternatives. Invited paper. U.S. fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Missouri River Master Manual Revision, Endangered Species Act, Section 7 Consultation, Minneapolis, MN. September 1999
Galat, D. L. 1999. The natural flow regime of the Missouri River in comparison to proposed Master Manual alternatives. Invited paper. Missouri River Natural Resources Committee Annual Meeting, Pierre, SD. August 1999
Galat, D. L. 1999. Restoring the natural range of Missouri River flow variability to benefit declining species. Symposium - Watershed management to protect declining species. Invited paper. 1999 Annual Water Resources Conference, Seattle, WA. December 1999
Galat, D. L. 1999. Restoring the ecological integrity of the lower Missouri River. Invited paper. Biology Department Seminar, Benedictine College, Atchison, KS. October 1999
Galat, D. L. 1999. Integrating ecological, physical and social aspects of natural and managed flooding on the Missouri River. Invited Paper. National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Santa Barbara, CA. May 1999
Galat, D. L. 1999. Hydrological patterns, channel migration and fisheries considerations for the lower Missouri River. Invited paper. Missouri Department of Conservation's Riverlands Planning Team, Columbia, MO. July 1999
Galat, D. L. Floods and floodplains. Meeting of the waters: cooperative conservation, recreation and economic development in the St. Louis Region. Invited educational strand speaker. May 2007
Galat, D. L. 21 January 2010. An adaptive management plan for Mississippi River side-channel restoration. Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program Side-channel Scoping workshop, Cape Girardeau, MO. January 2010
Galat, D. L. 13 May 2010. Reconnecting large river and floodplain habitats for conservation of biodiversity: examples from the Lower Missouri River, USA. International Workshop on Ecosystem Science & Engineering Approaches towards Conservation of Biodiversity, Nagoya, Japan. (Invited Theme speaker) May 2010
Galat, D. 2005. Challenges to restoring U.S. great rivers. Invited Seminar. Missouri State University, Department of Biology, Springfield. September 2005
Galat, D. 2004. Challenges to restoring U.S. great rivers. Invited. Second International Symposium on Riverine Landscapes, Bredsel, Alvsbyn, Sweden. August 2004
Galat, D. 2002. Cooperative Research Unit successes with large-scale, trans-boundary research projects. U.S. Geological Survey, Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units National Meeting, San Antonio, TX. Invited. February 2002
Galat, D. Jan 2007. Challenges to Developing a Functional Adaptive Science Process for Great Rivers of the Upper Mississippi Basin. Collaborative Adaptive Management Network (CAMNet) Rendezvous, January 7-9, 2007, Estes Park, Colorado. Invited January 2007
Fowler, D.N, M.P. Vrtiska, and E.B. Webb. 2018. Selective harvest: evaluating differences in body condition of lesser snow and Ross's Geese during spring migration by harvest technique during the Light Goose Conservation Order. 14th North American Arctic Goose Conference. Lincoln, NE. 14 - 17 March, 2018. March 2018
Fowler, D.N, K.A. Hobson, M.P. Vrtiska, and E.B. Webb. 2018. Do nutrient acquisition strategies differ among spring migrants depending on breeding area destination? A test using lesser snow geese. 14th North American Arctic Goose Conference. Lincoln, NE. 14 - 17 March, 2018. March 2018
Fowler, D.N, J.L. Dooley, M.D. Weegman, R.F. Rockwell, M.P. Vrtiska, and E.B. Webb. 2018. Evaluating heterogeneous adult survival among subpopulations in midcontinent lesser snow geese. 14th North American Arctic Goose Conference. Lincoln, NE. 14 - 17 March, 2018. March 2018
Fowler, D. N., M. P. Vrtiska, and E. B. Webb. 2017. Selective harvest: evaluating differences in body condition of lesser snow and Ross’s Geese by harvest technique during the Light Goose Conservation Order. 2017 Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska. February 5-8. February 2017
Fowler, D. N., M. P. Vrtiska, and E. B. Webb. 2016. Does body condition of lesser snow and Ross’s Geese harvested during the Light Goose Conservation Order differ from the general population? Oral presentation. 2016 Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society, Raleigh, North Carolina. October 15-19. October 2016
Fowler, D. N., E. B. Webb, K. A. Hobson, and M. P. Vrtiska. 2016. Using Isotopic Signatures of Arctic and Sub-arctic Nesting Colonies to Determine Breeding Origin of Harvested Lesser Snow Geese. 7th North American Duck Symposium, Annapolis, Maryland, 1-5 February 2016. February 2016
Fowler, D. N, Webb, E. B., Hobson, K. A., and M. P. Vrtiska. 2018. Shifting regional habitat use improves body lipid content: Winter carry over effects on spring body condition in a long distant migrant . North American Duck Symposium, Winnipeg, MB, August 26-30. August 2019
Fowler, D. N, Webb, E. B., Hobson, K. A., and M. P. Vrtiska. 2018. Ghosts of habitat past or future? The role of wintering and breeding locations on spring body condition in a long distant migrant. Annual Meeting, The Wildlife Society, Cleveland, Ohio, 7-11 October 2018. October 2018
Fowler, D, N., M. P. Vrtiska, K. A. Hobson and E. B. Webb. 2017. Do nutrient acquisition strategies among spring migrants differ depending on breeding area destination? A test using lesser snow geese. Annual Meeting, The Wildlife Society , Albuquerque, NM, 23-27, 2017. September 2017
Fowler, D, M. P. Vrtiska and E. B. Webb. 2015. Which geese are being harvested? Body condition of lesser snow (Chen caerulescens caerulescens) and Ross’s Geese (C. rossii) harvested by different methods during the Light Goose Conservation Order. North American Arctic Goose Conference, Winnipeg, MB, CA, 15-17 April 2015. April 2015
Fore, J.D., Scott P. Sowa, Gust M. Annis, David D. Diamond, David L. Galat, and Charles Rewa. Using Human Threat Indices to Prioritize Conservation Areas for Lotic Fishes. 70th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. Springfield, IL. 6 December 2009. (Oral Presentation) December 2009
Fore, J.D., S.P. Sowa, D.L. Galat, D.D. Diamond, and C. Rewa. September 2009. A Landscape Approach to Lotic Fish Conservation: Integrating Effects of Human Threats and Conservation Practices. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Nashville, TN. September 2009
Fore, J.D., S.P. Sowa, D.L. Galat, D.D. Diamond, and C. Rewa. August 2009. Modeling fish assemblage response to human threats and conservation practices: An approach to large scale stream conservation. A Workshop on Integrated Landscape Monitoring: Towards a National to Model to Monitor and Forecast Changes in Ecosystem Services. Via WebEx. August 2009
Fore, J.D., S. P. Sowa, G. M. Annis, D. D. Diamond, D. L. Galat, and C. Rewa. September 2010. Assessing Human-induced Threats: A Landscape Approach. 140th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Pittsburg, PA. (Invited) September 2010
Fore, J., S. Sowa, D. Galat, and D. Diamond. Nov 2008. Fine-resolution assessment of conservation practice benefits to aquatic ecosystems throughout the Missouri River Basin: Linking practices, stressors, and species traits. Invited symposium: Documenting benefits of the Farm Bill through CEAP. The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, Miami FL. Upper Mississippi River basin Fish and Farmers Partnership Workshop. Muscatine, IA. 18 Nov. 2008 November 2008
Fore, J. D., S. P. Sowa, D. D. Diamond, G. M. Annis, D. L. Galat, and C. Rewa. July, 2010. Predicting the response of lotic fishes to agricultural threat remediation. National Meeting of the Soil and Water Conservation Society. St. Louis, MO. (Invited) July 2010
Foley, K. and A.E. Rosenberger. Habitat variables and their effect upon single-pass backpack electrofisher sampling efficiency within an Alaskan headwater system. Seminar, Mat-su Science and Conservation Symposium. Palmer, Alaska. February, 2013. February 2013
Foley, K. M., A. E. Rosenberger, and F. J. Mueter. 2013. Effectiveness of low-effort, single-pass electrofisher use in for estimation of juvenile coho salmon abundance. Mat-Su Science & Conservation Symposium. November 2013
Foley, K. M. and A. E. Rosenberger. 2012. Poster: Habitat Variables and their effect upon single-pass backpack electrofisher sampling efficiency within an Alaskan headwater system. Mat-Su Science and Conservation Symposium. November 2012
Fischer, J., C. Paukert, M. Daniels. Influence of in-stream and watershed alterations on sandbars and islands in the Kansas River. Kansas Natural Resources Conference, Wichita. 26 January 2012. January 2012
Fischer, J., C. Paukert, *J. Gerken, and M. Daniels. Influence of sand dredging on fish communities in the Kansas River. Kansas Natural Resources Conference, Wichita, KS. 21 January 2011 January 2011
Fischer, J., C. Paukert, *J. Gerken, and M. Daniels. Fish community response to habitat alteration: impacts of sand dredging in the Kansas River. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, St. Paul, MN. 13 December 2010. Second place, best student presentation. December 2010
Faulkner, J., and C. Paukert. Effects of season on microhabitat selection by Niangua Darters. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, Missouri. 1 February 2012. Poster. February 2012
Dunn, C.G., and C.P. Paukert. 2020. Casting a wider net: efficacy of a multi-gear survey design for detecting Missouri’s imperiled riverine fishes. Invited contribution to Endangered Species Research and Management symposium, Midwest Fish and Wildlife Natural Resources Conference. Springfield, IL. January 2020
Dunn, C.G., and C.P. Paukert. 2018. A flexible multi-gear survey design for documenting fish richness in large rivers. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Dunn, C.G., and C.P. Paukert. 2018. A Structured Approach for Incorporating Manager Feedback into the Survey Design of a Standardized Riverine Fish Sampling Protocol. Oral presentation. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2019
Dunn, C., and C. Paukert. 2017. Influences of downriver connectivity and site conditions on richness patterns of great-river fishes within free-flowing tributary networks. Society of Freshwater Science, Raleigh, North Carolina June 2017
Dunn, C., and C. Paukert. 2017. In pursuit of a silver bullet: does standardized sampling need to accommodate seasonal and regional influences on fish richness across large rivers of Missouri? Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Dunn, C., and C. Paukert. 2017. Does Standardized Fish Sampling within Mid-Sized Rivers of Missouri Need to Account for Seasonal and Regional Influences on Fish Species Richness? Missouri natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2017
Dunn, C., and C. Paukert. Emerging distributional patterns and preliminary results from the Missouri Mid-Sized Rivers Fish Sampling Protocol: A scalable multi-method tool for studying Missouri’s large-river fish assemblages. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2016
Dunn, C., and C. Paukert. Development of a spatially-balanced sampling protocol for mid-sized rivers in Missouri. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Portland, OR August 2015
Dunn, C., and C. Paukert. 2018. Test-driving a newly developed fish sampling protocol to identify biodiversity hotspots in two Missouri mid-sized rivers. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2018
Dunn, C., and C. Paukert. 2017. Predicting potential refugia: spatially explicit determinants of great-river fish richness within two unimpounded tributaries of the Missouri and Mississippi rivers. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. August 2017
Dunn, C. and C. Paukert. Development of the Missouri Midsized Rivers Fish Sampling Protocol with preliminary results from the lower Gasconade River. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2015
Dinges, A., E. Webb, and M. Vrtiska. 2011. Effects of the Light Goose Conservation Order on Waterfowl Behavior and Distribution in the Rainwater Basin of Nebraska. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. December 2011
Dinges, A. E.B. Webb, and M.P. Vrtiska. 2013. Migratory Bird Hunter Opinions on Future Control Options for Light Goose Populations. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Dinges, A. E.B. Webb, and M.P. Vrtiska. 2013. Hunting Disturbance and its Effects on Dabbling Ducks During the Light Goose Conservation Order in the Rainwater Basin of Nebraska. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Dinges, A. E.B. Webb, and M.P. Vrtiska. 2012. Behavior and Distribution of Dabbling Ducks During the Light Goose Conservation Order in the Rainwater Basin of Nebraska. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, Kansas. December 2012
Dickson, J., S. Kambhampati, L. Williams, A. Rosenberger, and N. Ford. 2017. Using an occupancy approach to understand the distribution of three unionid species along the Upper Sabine River in East Texas. Texas Conservation Symposium, Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX, January, 2017. January 2017
Derek Corcoran, Dylan C. Kesler, Elisabeth Webb and Matthew Johnson. 2016. Burn, Baby, Burn: Effects of Wildfire on Bat Species Occupancy Probability in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. San Antonio, TX. NASBR October 2016
Dearborn, J., E. Webb. S. Amelon and S. Marquardt. Roost site habitat selection by maternity colonies of federally endangered Myotis sodalis in bottomland hardwood forests Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. 2017. February 2017
Dearborn, J., E. Webb. S. Amelon and S. Marquardt. Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) maternity colony roost site habitat selection in bottomland hardwood forests. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI January 2016
Davis, J.B., R.M. Kaminski, F.J. Vilella, P.J. Barbour, and E. Webb. 2017. Evaluations of NRCS’s Migratory Bird Habitat Initiative (MBHI). Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference. New Orleans, LA. February 2017
Davenport, S., *E. Pherigo, C. Vishy, K. Chojnacki, D. Papoulias, A. Delonay, and C. Paukert. Use of the Osage River by Telemetry Tagged Pallid Sturgeon. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. 6 December 2011. poster November 2011
Daniels, M. K., *J. Fischer, K. Costigan, *J. Gerken, and C. Paukert. Making sense of an intensively modified sediment regime: measuring the relative impact of in-channel dredging amidst reservoir trapping and network-scale incision in the Kansas River basin. International Symposium on the Interactions between Sediment and Water. Dartington, England. 23 June 2011. June 2011
Daniel, W., N. Sievert, D. Infante, J. Whittier, J. Stewart, C. Paukert, and K. Herreman. 2016. A decision support mapper for conserving stream fish habitats of the Northeast Climate Science Center region. Final Report to the US Geological Survey, Northeast Climate Science Center, Amherst, MA. March 2017
Daniel, W., N. Sievert, D. Infante, C. Paukert, J. Stewart, J. Whittier, T. Wagner, K. Herreman, and Y. Tsang. FISHTAIL: a decision support mapper for conservation of stream fish habitats of the NE CSC region. USGS Northeast Climate Science Center Webinar Series. March 2015
Daniel, W., N. Sievert, D. Infante, C. Paukert, J. Stewart, J. Whittier, T. Wagner, K. Herreman, and Y. Tsang. FISHTAIL: A decision support mapper for conserving stream fish habitats of the NE CSC region Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Indianapolis, IN. February 2015
Daniel, W., N. Sievert, D. Infante, C. Paukert, J. Stewart, J. Whittier, K. Herreman, and Yin-Phan Tsang. 2016. FISHTAIL: A decision support mapper for conserving stream fishes and their habitats in the NE CSC region. Great Lakes Adaptation Forum, Ann Arbor, MI October 2016
D. L. Galat and 7 co-authors. July 2009. Establishing System-wide Goals and Objectives for Restoring the Upper Mississippi River System within an Adaptive Management Framework. 3rd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Los Angeles, CA. July 2009
Crawford, L.K. and A.E. Rosenberger. Development of validated standard methods for assessing unionid mussel communities in Missouri. February 2014
Crawford, L. K., M. C. Schrum, and A. E. Rosenberger. 2014. Development of standardized and validated methods for sampling freshwater mussels in Missouri: Evaluation of factors affecting estimation of community and population metrics using visual survey approaches. Poster, Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research unit Coordinating Committee Meeting. 29 October 2014. October 2014
Crawford, L. K. and A. E. Rosenberger. 2014. Effectiveness of visual sampling methods for assessing unionoid mussel communities. 74th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, MO. January, 2014. January 2014
Clevenstine, R., J. Barko, B. Johnson, S. Bartell, D. Galat, M. Davis, K. Lubinski, J. Nestler, and L. Weber. April 2007. Implementing adaptive management for Upper Mississippi River navigation and ecosystem sustainability. 2nd National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Kansas City, MO. April 2007
Clark, S. J., K. S. Reeves and D. L. Galat. 2004. Larval fish use of the main channel in the lower Missouri River. Annual Meeting, Missouri Academy of Science, Kansas City, MO. April 2004
Clark, S. J., K. S. Reeves and D. L. Galat. 2003. Larval fish use of the main channel in the lower Missouri River. Poster. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO January 2003
Clark, S. J., K. S. Reeves and D. L. Galat. 2003. Larval fish use of the main channel in the lower Missouri River. Poster. 7th Annual Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Atchison, KS June 2003
Chen, Y., and 18 coauthors. 2018. Moving the Mississippi-Yangtze Fisheries Network Forward: Past, Current, and Future. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Bulliner IV, E.A., G. A. Lindner, K. Bouska, C. Paukert and R. B. Jacobson. Interactive Mapping of Inundation Metrics Using Cloud Computing for Improved Floodplain Conservation and Management. American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA 15 December 2017. December 2017
Buckler, J., Candrl, J., McKee, M., Papoulias, D., and Galat, D. The effects of contaminants on the shovelnose sturgeon as surrogate for the endangered pallid sturgeon. Poster session presented at: Multiple stressors in urban and agricultural environments. Annual Meeting of the Ozark-Prarie Region Chapter of the Society of Envorinmental Toxicology and Chemistry; 2009 July 14-14; Gray Summit, MO July 2009
Buckler J., J. Candrl, M. McKee, D. Papoulias, D. Tillitt, and D. Galat. Nov 2009. Effects of contaminants on the shovelnose sturgeon as a surrogate for the endangered pallid sturgeon. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. November 2009
Brooke, B., R. Kramer, C. Dunn, and C. Paukert. 2017. Seasonal population characteristics of Blue Suckers Cycleptus elongatus within large Missouri and Mississippi River tributaries. Missouri natural Resources Conference, Osage beach, MO February 2017
Brooke, B., R. Kramer, C. Dunn, and C. Paukert. 2017. Seasonal dynamics of Blue Suckers Cycleptus elongatus inhabiting great-river tributaries in Missouri. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Brooke, B., M. Moore, and C. P. Paukert. 2019. Lake Sturgeon passage of Osage River Lock and Dam #1. Poster Presentation. The 2020 Missouri Natural Resources Conference. February 2020
Brant, J.D., C.P. Paukert. 2019. Hornyhead Chub Spawning Habitat in the East Fork Black River. Oral Presentation. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, Missouri. February 2019
Brant, J., C. Paukert, and D. Lobb. 2018. Hornyhead Chub Nest Site Selection in the East Fork Black River. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO February 2018
Brant, J., C. Paukert, D. Lobb. 2018. Habitat Limitations in Spawning Site Selection for Hornyhead Chubs. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Brant, J. E. Baebler, D. Lobb, and C. Paukert. 2017. Stream Connectivity Effects on Island Backchannel Habitat Conditions Under Regulated Flows in the Lower Osage River. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Bouska, K., G. Lindner, R. Jacobson, and C. Paukert.Identifying floodplain conservation land management priorities and science needs for the Lower Missouri River. Missouri River Natural Resources Conference, Nebraska City, NE March 2015
Bouska, K., G. Lindner, R. Jacobson, and C. Paukert. Stakeholder-led Science: Engaging floodplain conservation land managers to identify and meet science needs. International Society for River Science Biennial Meeting, LaCrosse, WI August 2015
Boehm, H., C. Paukert, and E. Webb. 2020. A review of fish-based metrics used to evaluate floodplain restoration objectives World Fisheries Congress, Adelaide, Australia. October 2020
Boehm, H., A. Turner, C. Paukert. 2020. Dispersal and movement patterns of stocked Striped Bass in Bull Shoals Lake. Poster Presentation. Missouri Natural Resources Conference. Osage Beach, MO. February 2020
Boehm, H., A. Turner, C. Paukert. 2020. Dispersal and movement patterns of stocked Striped Bass in Bull Shoals Lake. Poster Presentation. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Little Rock, AR. February 2020
Boehm, H., A. Turner and C. Paukert. 2021. Preliminary Results of a Project Evaluating the Survival and Dispersal of Stocked Striped Bass in Bull Shoals Lake. Oral Presentation. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2021
Boehm, H., A. Turner and C. Paukert 2021. Survival and dispersal of stocked Striped Bass in Bull Shoals Lake. Oral Presentation. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Minneapolis, MN. February 2021
Beatty, B., E. Webb, D. Kesler, D. Humburg, L. Naylor, A. Raedeke, and S. Schaeffer. Mid-continent Mallard Habitat Use and Selection of Wetland Reserve Program Easements During Migration and Winter. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Beatty, B. E. Webb, D. Kesler, D. Humburg, L. Naylor, A. Raedeke, and S. Schaeffer. Mallard Selection of Private Lands Enrolled in Conservation Easement Programs. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Wichita, Kansas. December 2012
Baebler, E., and C. Paukert. 2019. The influence of season and streamflow on habitat selection of Spotted Bass and Shorthead Redhorse downstream of a hydropeaking dam in central Missouri, USA. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Cleveland, OH. January 2019
Baebler, E., and C. Paukert. 2018. Habitat selection of Spotted Bass and Shorthead Redhorse downstream of a hydropeaking dam in central Missouri, USA. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Baebler, E., and C. Paukert. 2019. Influence of Streamflow and Season on Habitat Selection by Spotted Bass and Shorthead Redhorse on the Lower Osage River, Missouri. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage Beach, MO. February 2019
Baebler, E., and C. Paukert. 2017. Movement of Spotted Bass and Shorthead Redhorse across Season and Streamflow in the Regulated Lower Osage River, Missouri. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. August 2017
Baebler, E, and C. Paukert. 2017. Movement of Spotted Bass and Shorthead Redhorse in in the highly regulated Lower Osage River, Missouri. Missouri Natural Resources Conference, Osage beach, MO. February 2017
Baebler, E, and C. Paukert. 2017. Movement of Spotted Bass and Shorthead Redhorse in in the highly regulated Lower Osage River, Missouri. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Amelon, S., D. Barrios, J. Dearborn, S. Marquardt and E. Webb. Habitat Characteristics Influencing Summer Occupancy of Myotis Species in Bottomland Hardwood Ecosystems. San Antonio, TX. NASBR October 2016. October 2016
Amelon, S., D. Barrios, J. Dearborn, S. Marquardt and E. Webb. Habitat Characteristics Influencing Summer Occupancy of Myotis Species in Bottomland Hardwood Ecosystems. Lincoln, NB. Midwest F&W Conference. February 2017. February 2017
Abney, R., E.B. Webb, D. Mengel, and A. Main. 2020. Sub-lethal Effects of Neonicotinoids on Native Bees: Evaluating Cavity-nesting Wild Bee Reproduction in Missouri Agroecosystems February 2020
Abney, R., E.B. Webb, D. Mengel, and A. Main. 2020. Impacts of neonicotinoids on native bees: evaluating cavity-nesting wild bee reproduction in field-margins surrounding Imidacloprid-treated soybean fields January 2020
A. Rosenberger, R. Thurow, and J. Dunham. 2012. Utility of electrofishing for censusing salmonids: why validation is essentia (and not that painless!!)l. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. August 2012
A. Rosenberger, J. Dunham, H. Neville, J. Neuswanger, B. Rieman. 2012. Resilience of rainbow trout in Idaho streams to wildfire-related disturbance. • Invited Symposium Seminar, American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN. August 2012
Jon Podoliak1, David Hicks1, Lisa Webb2,1


1 School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, USA, 65211
2 U.S. Geological Survey, Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research, Columbia, MO, USA, 65211
Jmpk96@mail.missouri.edu

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Lynch, A. J., B. J. E. Myers, J. Wong, C. Chu, J. A. Falke, T. J. Kwak, C. P. Paukert, R. W. Tingley, III, T. J. Krabbenhoft. January 2021. Reducing uncertainty in climate change responses for inland fisheries management: a decision-path approach. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference. January 2021
1. Fore, J.D., Scott P. Sowa, Gust M. Annis, David D. Diamond, David L. Galat, and Charles Rewa. Using Human Threat Indices to Prioritize Conservation Areas for Lotic Fishes. Missouri River Natural Resources Conference. Nebraska City, NE. 19 March 2010. (Oral Presentation) March 2010
*Spurgeon, J., D. Whiting, C. Paukert, and B. Healy. Trophic Structure of Fish Communities in Grand Canyon National Park Tributary Streams. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. 7 September 2011. (Poster) September 2011
*Pease, A., and C. Paukert. Potential Effects of Climate Change on Growth of Smallmouth Bass in Streams of the Central U.S. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. 8 September 2011. September 2011
*Harris, J., C. Paukert, S. Bush, M. Allen, and M. Siepker. Movement and habitat selection of largemouth bass in Table Rock Lake. Missouri-Arkansas White River Fisheries partnership Meeting. Yellville, AR. 26 October 2011. October 2011
*Gerken, J., and C. Paukert. Age-Specific Demography of Silver Carp: Implications for Management and Control. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. 7 September 2011. September 2011
*Fischer, J., *J. Gerken, C. Paukert, and M. Daniels. Habitat and Fish Community Response to Sand Dredging in a Large Great Plains River. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. 6 December 2011 December 2011
*Fischer, J. *J. Gerken, C. Paukert, and M. Daniels. Habitat and Fish Community Response to Sand Dredging in a Large Great Plains River. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. 7 September 2011. September 2011
*Faulkner, J., and C. Paukert. Seasonal Microhabitat Selection of Niangua Darters. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Des Moines, IA. 6 December 2011. December 2011
*Dinges, A., E. Webb, and M. Vrtiska. 2012. Effects of the Light Goose Conservation Order on Dabbling Duck Behavior and Distribution in the Rainwater Basin of Nebraska Rainwater Basin. 17th Annual Informational Seminar, Hastings, NE. February 2012
Lindner, G. K. Bouska, C. Paukert, R. Jacobson. Floodplain inundation mapping to support multi-objective restoration and management of conservation lands on the lower Missouri River. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI January 2016
Tidwell, P.R., E.B. Webb, M. Vrtiska, and A. Bishop. 2013. Effects of Wetland Density on Lipid and Triglyceride Levels in Spring Migrating Mallards and Blue-winged Teal. North American Duck Symposium, Memphis, Tennessee. January 2013
Theses and Dissertations Publication Date
Tapp, J.L. 2013. Waterbird use and food availability on wetlands enrolled in the Migratory Bird Habitat Initiative. M.S. thesis, University of Missouri-Columbia. December 2013
THomas, M. 2020. EVALUATING FACTORS INFLUENCING ELECTROFISHING CAPTURE PROBABILITY OF SMALLMOUTH BASS (MICROPTERUS DOLOMIEU), BLUE CATFISH (ICTALURUS FURCATUS), AND FLATHEAD CATFISH (PYLODICTIS OLIVARIS). M. S. Thesis, University of Missouri. May 2020
Smith, D. 2020. Occupancy modeling of bat species on national wildlife refuges along a latitudinal gradient in Northern Missouri. M.S. thesis. University of Missouri August 2020
Schepker, T.J. 2017. Evaluating the relationship between local food availability and wetland landscape structure in determining dabbling duck habitat use during spring migration. M.S. thesis, University of Missouri-Columbia. May 2017
Pierce, L. Conservation Biogeography of Lotic Fishes in the Missouri and Colorado River Basins. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Missouri. May 2019
Pherigo, E. Seasonal fish community and reproductive biology of fishes in two tributaries of the lower Missouri River, USA. M. S. Thesis, University of Missouri. May 2019
O'Daniels, S.T. 2016. Light reflectance patterns of decayed wood with implications for the visual ecology of woodpeckers. University of Missouri. Master's Thesis. May 2016
Nick Sievert, M.S., 2014. Thesis: As Assessment of Stream Fish Vulnerability and an Evaluation of Conservation Networks in Missouri December 2014
Morris, W. 2018. Determining electrofishing immobilization thresholds of Smallmouth Bass, Flathead Catfish, and Blue Catfish. M.S. thesis, University of Missouri December 2018
Lueckenhoff, L. 2015. Development of standardized visual sampling methods for assessing community metrics of unionoid mussel species and tribal groups in Missouri. M.S. thesis submitted to the University of Missouri School of Natural Resources. Columbia, MO. December 2015
Jonathan Spurgeon, M.S. 2012. Thesis: Translocation of humpback chub (Gila cypha) and food-web dynamics in Grand Canyon National Park tributary streams August 2012
Joe Gerken, Ph.D, 2015. Dissertation: Fish and Invertebrate Community Response to Flow Magnitude in the Kansas River May 2015
Jason Harris, M.S., 2013. Thesis: Habitat selection, movement, and home range of largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) following a habitat enhancement project in Table Rock Lake, Missouri May 2013
Jason Fischer, M.S. 2012. Thesis: Effects of sand dredging on fish and fish habitat in a large river May 2012
Jake Faulkner, M.S., 2015. Thesis: Multi-scale Resource Selection of Ninagua Darters in the Osage River basin, Missouri May 2015
Jacob Schwoerer, M.S., 2016. Thesis: ASSESSING THE VULNERABILITY OF STREAM COMMUNITIES AND THE CONSISTENCY AND USE OF BIOTIC INDICES IN LEAST-DISTURBED STREAMS May 2016
Hoem Neher, T. December 2012. The influence of estuarine and early marine habitats on the expression of life history characteristics of coho salmon smolts in southcentral Alaska. PhD Dissertation, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK. A.E. Rosenberger, advisor. December 2012
Hidden, B.H. 2016. Linking waterfowl distribution and abundance to spatial and temporal distribution and abundance of wetland habitat. M.S. thesis, University of Missouri-Columbia. December 2016
Haynes, T. December, 2014. Biotic and abiotic influences on the use of Arctic lakes by fish and loons. PhD Dissertation, University of Alaska Fairbanks, AK. December 2014
Gutsch, M. December 2012. Identification and characterization of juvenile coho salmon overwintering habitats and early spring outmigration in the Anchor River watershed, Alaska. M.S. Thesis, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK. December 2012
Guton, J. EVALUATING SAMPLING METHODS AND INVESTIGATING DISTRIBUTION AND RICHNESS OF FISH AND AMPHIBIANS IN MISSOURI WETLANDS. M.S. Thesis, University of Missouri December 2017
Foley, K. May 2014. Longitudinal distribution patterns and habitat associations of juvenile coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch in tributaries of the Little Susitna River, Alaska. M.S. Thesis, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK. May 2014
Ethan Kleekamp, M.S., 2016. Thesis: STREAMS IN A CHANGING LANDSCAPE: IDENTIFYING CANDIDATE REFERENCE REACHES TO ASSESS THE PHYSICAL AND BIOTIC INTEGRITY OF MISSOURI’S WADEABLE STREAMS May 2016
Dunn, C. G. 2020. Assessment and diversity of fish communities in non-wadeable tributaries of the Missouri and Mississippi river. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of MIssouri May 2020
Dinges, A.J. 2013. Participation in the Light Goose Conservation Order and Effects of Behavior and Distribution of Waterfowl in the Rainwater Basin of Nebraska. Thesis, University of Missouri - Columbia May 2013
Brant. J. 2020. HABITAT USE AND DISTRIBUTION OF LITHOPHILIC SPAWNING AND RIFFLE FISHES IN THE EAST FORK BLACK RIVER. M. S. Thesis, University of Missouri. August 2020
Baebler, E. 2018. Habitat selection and movement by Spotted Bass and Shorthead Redhorse downstream of a hydropeaking dam in Missouri. M.S. thesis, University of Missouri December 2018
Andrea Severson, M. S. 2010. Thesis: Effects of zebra mussel invasion in fish and invertbrates in a Great Plains reservoir August 2010
Technical Publications Publication Date
Whitledge,G. W., D. L. Galat, and G. T. Gelwicks. October 2005. Habitat use by fishes in periodically and continuously connected lower Missouri River floodplain water bodies. Final Report to Missouri Department of Conservation. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia. 68 pp. October 2005
Whitledge, G. W., D. L. Galat and G. T. Gelwicks. 2005. Habitat use by fishes in periodically and continuously connected lower Missouri River floodplain water bodies. Final Report to Missouri Department of Conservation. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. 68pp. October 2005
Roell, M., D. Humburg, T. Russell, T. Grace, V. Travnichek and D. Galat. 2001. Information needs for living resources management in a multipurpose system: the Missouri River and its floodplain. White Paper prepared for Missouri Department of Conservation, Jefferson City. 10pp. April 2001
Quist, M. C., A. M. Boelter, J. M. Lovato, N. M. Korfanta, H. L. Bergman, D. C. Laka, C. Korschgen, D. L. Galat, S. Krentz, M. Oetker, M. Olson, C. M. Scott and J. Berkley. 2004. Research and assessment needs for palid sturgeon recovery in the Missouri River. Final report to the U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. William D. Duckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Wyoming. June 2004
Pflieger, W. L., D. J. Dieterman and D. L. Galat. 1999. Identification and verification of Missouri River fishes. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Missouri, Columbia. 5pp. July 1999
Marmorek, D., P. Dixon, D. Galat, R. Jacobson, K. Loftin, and J. Nestler. 2009. Independent Science Advisory Committee (ISAC): 2009 Report on the Platte River Recovery Implementation Program (PPRIP). Prepared for the PPRIP Governance Committee. July 2009
Headrick, M. R. and D. L. Galat. 2007. Missouri River post-flood evaluation synthesis. Final Report to Missouri Department of Conservation. Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri 65211-7240. 38 pp. October 2007
Grady, J., J. Milligan, D. Chapman, E. Ehrhardt, D. Dieterman, D. Galat, J. Hooker, J. Kubisiak, A. DeLonay, E. Little, J. Robinson and J. Tibbs. 1999. Fishes of Missouri River, chute, and flood-plain habitats, Chapter 4. Pages 39-53 in D. D. Humburg and V. J. Burke (editors), Initial biotic survey of Lisbon Bottom, Big Muddy National Fish and Wildlife Refuge. U.S. Geological Survey Biological Science Report USGS/BRD/BSR-2000-0001. 75pp. January 2000
Galat, D., J. Barko, M. Davis, K. Lubinski, C. Theiling, P. West, D. Wilcox. 2006. Goals and Objectives. Pages 7-26 in Barko, J.W. Barko, B.L. Johnson, and C.H. Theiling (eds). 2006. Environmental Science Panel Report: Implementing Adaptive Management. Upper Mississippi River System Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program ? Environmental Report 2. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island, St. Louis, and St. Paul Districts. 112pp. + appendices. August 2006
Galat, D. L., M. L. Wildhaber and D. J. Dieterman. 2001. Spatial patterns of physical habitat. Volume 2. Population structure and habitat use of benthic fishes along the Missouri and lower Yellowstone rivers. U.S. Geological Survey, Cooperative Research Units, University of Missouri, 302 ABNR Building, Columbia, MO. 91pp. June 2001
Galat, D. L., G. W. Whitledge, L. D. Patton and J. Hooker. 2004. Larval fish use of lower Missouri River scour basins in relation to connectivity. Final Report to Missouri Department of Conservation. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia. 75pp. June 2004
Galat, D. L., G. W. Whitledge and G. T. Gelwicks. 2004. Influence of lateral connectivity on larval fish assemblage structure and habitat use in lower Missouri River floodplain waterbodies. Final Report to Missouri Department of Conservation. In Review. July 2004
Galat, D. L. and R. Lipkin. 1999. Characterizing the natural flow regime of the Missouri River using historical variability in hydrology. Final Report to Missouri Department of Conservation. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Missouri, 302 ABNR Building, Columbia, MO. 91pp. October 1999
Frazier, S. and D.L. Galat. 2009. Analysis of Missouri Wetlands Reserve Program easement monitoring data. Final Report to Natural Resources Conservation Service, Resource Inventory & Assessment Division, Conservation Effects Assessment Project. University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. 71 pgs + appendices. January 2009
Frazier, S. and D. Galat. 2008. Ecological monitoring insights from the Wetlands Reserve Program in Missouri. Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) Conservation Insight. United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service URL: http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/technical/nri/ceap/ September 2008
Bezzerides, N., N. Young, S. Papon and M. Gallagher. 2003. Floodplain forests at bird point-count locations on the Big Muddy and Swan Lake National Fish and Wildlife Refuges. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia. May 2003
Berry, C. R., M. L. Wildhaber and D. L. Galat. 2004. Fish distribution and abundance, Volume 3. Population structure and habitat use of benthic fishes along the Missouri and lower Yellowstone rivers. U.S. Geological Survey, Cooperative Research Units, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD 57007. http://www.nwo.usace.army.mil/html/pd-e/benthic_fish/benthic_fish.htm October 2004