Tag Archives: Spawning

Unpredictable Water in the Missouri River

By Aaron Delonay, Robert Jacobson, and Casey Hickcox As the temperatures in the Missouri River Basin begin to rise each spring, snowmelt and spring storms typically introduce large quantities of water into the system. This water becomes runoff that enters … Continue reading

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Ready, Set, GO!!!

Late last week, reproductive female PLS11-008 stopped her upstream migration and moved over to an outside bend of the river near Arrow Rock, Missouri.  From our experience tracking female pallid sturgeon, we have come to recognize this as likely spawning … Continue reading

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