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Missouri Technical Publications

  • Distribution and Abundance of Fishes in the Kansas River. Final report to Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks.
  • Bouska, W. W., C. P. Paukert, and T. Keane. 2009. Inventory and assessment of road-stream crossings for aquatic organism passage, with recommendations for culvert design. Final report, Kansas Department of Transportation, KTRANS Program, Project Number KSU 07-6, Topeka.
  • 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.
  • Proffer, M., and C. Paukert. 2009. Zooplankton Dynamics of Marion Lake. Report to Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks and US Army Corps of Engineers.
  • 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.
  • 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/
  • 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.
  • Paukert, C., C. Berry, and K. Pope. 2007. Topeka shiner 5-year review and workshop. Report submitted to US Fish and Wildlife Service and Topeka Shiner Recovery Team. 15 June 2007. 92 pages.
  • Schloesser, J. T., and C. P. Paukert. 2007. Walleye harvest restrictions to minimize gizzard shad impingement. Final report submitted to Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation. 27 January 2007.
  • 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.
  • Eitzmann, J., A. Makinster, and C. Paukert. 2005. Population dynamics of blue suckers in the Kansas River. Final Report, Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Vokoun, J. C. 2005. Flatheads on the move: radiotagging reveals the facts on annual movement. In-Fisherman 30(4):70-76.
  • Doisy, K. E. 2005. An annotated bibliography on the effects of headwater impoundments (including PL-566) on the ecological integrity of Missouri stream systems--an addendum to the final report for the Missouri Department of Natural Resources under Agreement MDNR G02-566-1. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia. 32pp.
  • 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
  • Doisy, K. E. and C. F. Rabeni. 2005. Spring monitoring protocol for the Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Missouri--Final report to the National Park Service. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia. 61pp.
  • 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.
  • Paukert, C. P., M. McInerny, and R. Schultz. 2004. Current and historical black bass regulations in North America: A survey conducted by the Centrarchid Technical Committee of the Northcentral Division of the American Fisheries Society. Centrarchid Technical Committee, Northcentral Division, American Fisheries Society.
  • Doisy, K. E. and C. F. Rabeni. 2004. A literature review on the effects of headwater impoundments (including PL-566) on the ecological integrity of Missouri stream systems. Final report for the Missouri Department of Natural Resources under agreement MDNR G02-566-1. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Doisy, K. E. 2004. Two phased maximum daily loads for Kelley Branch and Rocky Fork: current measurement of stream and sediment supply to impaired segments using upper Rocky Fork as a reference condition. Final Report to Missouri Department of Natural Resources. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia. 13pp.
  • Sowa, S. P., G. M. Annis, D. D. Diamond, D. Figg, M. E. Morey and T. Nigh. 2004. An overview of the data developed for the Missouri Aquatic GAP Project and an example of how it is being used for conservation planning. Gap Analysis Program Bulletin 12:7-19.
  • Doisy, K. E. and C. F. Rabeni. 2004. Effects of suspended sediment on native Missouri fishes: a literature review and synthesis for Missouri Department of Conservation. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia. 161pp.
  • Haithcoat, T. L., M. A. Urban, C. F. Rabeni and K. E. Doisy. 2003. Biophysical evaluation of reference streams in Missouri, Final Report for the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia.
  • 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.
  • Chamberlain, E., R. D. Drobney and T. V. Dailey. 2002. Winter cover height and heat loss: is taller better? Page 157 in S. J. DeMaso, W. P. Kuvlesky Jr., F. Hernandes and M. E. Berger (eds.), Quail V: Proceedings of the Fifth National Quail Symposium, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin.
  • Rabeni, C. F. 2002. A water quality evaluation using benthic invertebrates at the Missouri Army National Guard training site, Macon, Missouri. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia.
  • Doisy, K. E., R. E. Jacobson and C. F. Rabeni. 2002. Assessing effects of forest management practices on aquatic resources. A Final Report to the U.S. Forest Service. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, U.S. Geological Survey, Columbia, MO. 77pp.
  • Sarver, R., S. Harlan, C. Rabeni and S. P. Sowa. 2002. Biological criteria for wadeable/perennial streams of Missouri. Report for Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Jefferson City.
  • Drobney, R. D. and T. L. Haithcoat. 2002. Gap Analysis for the State of Missouri. National Gap Analysis Program Final Report. 167pp.
  • Doisy, K. E. and C. F. Rabeni. 2002. Ozark riparian and aquatic systems: a literature review and information synthesis. Technical Report to the National Park Service. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, U.S. Geological Survey, Columbia, MO. 112pp.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Doisy, K. E. and C. F. Rabeni. 2000. Assessing effects of forest management practices on aquatic resources. Progress Report to U.S. Forest Service. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, U.S. Geological Survey, Columbia, MO. 35pp.
  • Vokoun, J. C. and C. F. Rabeni. 2000. Recovery of prairie fish assemblages at the transition from channelized to unchannelized: implications for conservation of natural channels. Completion Report. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Missouri, Columbia. 25pp.
  • Checkett, J. M. and R. D. Drobney. 2000. True metabolizable energy of foods consumed by northern pintails (Anas acuta) in the Laguna Madre. Project Number MO-0019-001, Institute for Wetland and Waterfowl Research, Ducks Unlimited. By Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia. 22pp.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Doisy, K. E. and C. F. Rabeni. 1999. Biological monitoring program for the Ozark National Scenic Riverways (draft report to NPS). Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, U.S. Geological Survey, Columbia, MO. 35pp. and appendices.
  • Rabeni, C. F. 1999. A protocol for sampling fish communities in Missouri Streams. A report to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Jefferson City. Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Columbia.
  • 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.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 2

Masters Students: 12

Phd Students: 7

Post Docs: 3

University Staff: 5

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 19

Scientific Publications: 68

Presentations: 253

 

Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. Missouri Department of Conservation
  2. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  3. U.S. Geological Survey
  4. University of Missouri
  5. Wildlife Management Institute