Monthly Archives: May 2014

One Down, Several to Go

On May 7th, the CSRP sampling crew on the Missouri River in Nebraska reported the first free embryo capture of the season. Crews equipped with fine mesh nets have been sampling the Missouri and Platte Rivers for drifting embryos since … Continue reading

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Searching High and Low

By Casey Hickcox and Aaron DeLonay Each spring CSRP biologists evaluate their list of tagged fish and search the river for pallid sturgeon that are expected to spawn.  Because sturgeon do not reproduce every year there can be considerable variation … Continue reading

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We’ve Only Just Begun

After a long, cold winter, the Redbud and Dogwood trees are blooming and water temperatures are rising (Figure 1).  Spring seems to have finally sprung, and fish, and hopefully the endangered pallid sturgeon among them, will soon be spawning.  In … Continue reading

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