Monthly Archives: June 2014

An Incredible Journey

By Kimberly Chojnacki and Aaron DeLonay The scientists of the Comprehensive Sturgeon Research Project (CSRP) have known that pallid sturgeon are quite capable of travelling long distances (see previous post “Long Distance Runner”).  Occasionally, we are reminded of the incredible … Continue reading

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Pallids in the Platte

By Kimberly Chojnacki, Justin Haas (Nebraska Game and Parks Commission), and Aaron DeLonay Comprehensive Sturgeon Research Project (CSRP) scientists have documented that some tributaries may have significant value to the endangered pallid sturgeon (see previous posts “Where Are You When … Continue reading

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We Just Wanna See What Happens Down There!

Pallid sturgeon exist almost exclusively in habitats that are notoriously difficult to study. Particularly due to river flow and turbidity, there are many aspects of sturgeon behavior which scientists struggle to observe and truly understand. One such behavior which Comprehensive … Continue reading

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Adult Reproductive Studies Benefit from Broodstock Collection Effort

Each spring biologists and volunteers from State and Federal agencies cooperate to collect adult pallid sturgeon from the Lower Missouri River for hatchery propagation.  Offices from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Missouri Department of Conservation, Nebraska Game and Parks … Continue reading

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