Monthly Archives: January 2012

A Fork in the Road

Pallid sturgeon biologists have long hypothesized that the areas where tributaries come together and flow into the Missouri River may hold significant value to species (see previous post “Where Are You When I’m Not Looking”).  The USGS Comprehensive Sturgeon Research Project … Continue reading

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Where Are You When I’m Not Looking?

The Lower Missouri River is a large river.  With over 800 miles of river to track, our boats cannot be everywhere, watching every tagged sturgeon at the same time.  A handful of reproductive females with black eggs were tagged with … Continue reading

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