Evaluation of microhabitat use and sampling methods of Missouri River fishes
|Funding||US Geological Survey, Science Support Program; US Fish and Wildlife Service||
|Personnel||Josh Schloesser (MS student), Craig Paukert, Wyatt Doyle (USFWS) Tracy Hill (USFWS), and Andy Starostka (USFWS).|
Evaluate current sampling methodologies for pallid sturgeon and other
Missouri River fishes.
2. Determine microhabitat use of Missouri River fishes to determine if fishes utilize engineered structures on the Missouri River.
J., J. Finley, C. Paukert, W. Doyle, and T. Hill.
between push trawl and mini fyke nets to sample shallow water fish
communities. Missouri River
Natural Resource Conference, Nebraska City,
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and pallid sturgeon in the
Doyle, W., and C. Paukert.
Microhabitat use of shovelnose and pallid sturgeon in the
Doyle, W., and C. Paukert. 2005.
Evaluation of gear efficiency and bias for shovelnose sturgeon
(Scaphirhynchus platorynchus) on the