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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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Did she or didn’t she?

When the spring spawning migration finally ends and the tagged female is recaptured, all is not over.  The question on everyone’s mind is, “Did she spawn, or didn’t she?” Using a portable ultrasound unit similar to those used in modern … Continue reading

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Oh, chute!

Two telemetered pallid sturgeon were located in Lisbon Chute the week of April 18th. Lisbon Chute is a side channel to the Missouri River between Glasgow and Arrow Rock, Missouri, on the Big Muddy National Wildlife Refuge.  It formed during intense … Continue reading

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