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USGS Scientists Measure Dye on Missouri River
May 5, 2021

USGS Dye Tracing Event

Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey conducted a dye-trace assessment on May 5, 2021 along the Missouri River near Huntsdale, Missouri. The assessment helped scientists understand how larvae from the critically endangered pallid sturgeon drift downstream after hatching and how they find supportive habitat in the complex Missouri River. 

Dye Release Missouri River
May 5, 2021

USGS Dye Tracing Event

Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey conducted a dye-trace assessment on May 5, 2021 along the Missouri River near Huntsdale, Missouri. The assessment helped scientists understand how larvae from the critically endangered pallid sturgeon drift downstream after hatching and how they find supportive habitat in the complex Missouri River. 

May 5, 2021

USGS Missouri River Dye Tracing Assessment

Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey conducted a dye-trace assessment on May 5, 2021 along the Missouri River near Huntsdale, Missouri. The assessment helped scientists understand how larvae from the critically endangered pallid sturgeon drift downstream after hatching and how they find supportive habitat in the complex Missouri River.
 

USGS Dye Delivery
May 5, 2021

USGS Dye Tracing Event

Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey conducted a dye-trace assessment on May 5, 2021 along the Missouri River near Huntsdale, Missouri. The assessment helped scientists understand how larvae from the critically endangered pallid sturgeon drift downstream after hatching and how they find supportive habitat in the complex Missouri River. 

USGS Missouri River Dye Tracing Event
May 5, 2021

USGS Dye Tracing Event

Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey conducted a dye-trace assessment on May 5, 2021 along the Missouri River near Huntsdale, Missouri. The assessment helped scientists understand how larvae from the critically endangered pallid sturgeon drift downstream after hatching and how they find supportive habitat in the complex Missouri River. 

Moniteau Bluff USGS
May 5, 2021

USGS Dye Tracing Event

Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey conducted a dye-trace assessment on May 5, 2021 along the Missouri River near Huntsdale, Missouri. The assessment helped scientists understand how larvae from the critically endangered pallid sturgeon drift downstream after hatching and how they find supportive habitat in the complex Missouri River. 

March 16, 2021

Communicating NRDAR Science: Translating Contaminant Data to Art

The NRDAR science webinar series highlights expertise, data, and information developed for NRDAR cases or for potential new methods application. In this presentation, Mallery Quetawki describes her work turning contaminant data into art for communicating science to Native American communities.
 

A larval sampling boat with nets prepared for deployment
September 27, 2018

A larval sampling boat with nets prepared for deployment

A larval sampling boat with nets prepared for deployment

A fisheries technician prepares to release a tagged pallid sturgeon into the Yellowstone River, Montana
August 24, 2018

A fisheries technician prepares to release a tagged pallid sturgeon

A fisheries technician prepares to release a tagged pallid sturgeon into the Yellowstone River, Montana

Asian carp removal in Missouri
February 23, 2018

Asian Carp Removal in Missouri

In 2018, USGS and partners completed an incredible feat against a harmful aquatic invasive species when over 240,000 pounds of invasive Silver Carp and Bighead Carp were removed from Creve Coeur Lake in Maryland Heights, Missouri.

USGS truck and a scientist standing next to it with boat in tow.
June 30, 2017

Montana Bound

A USGS scientist inventories his equipment at the Columbia Environmental Research Center before embarking on the trip to Montana for fieldwork.

Woman leaning over collecting sturgeon free embryos outside
June 30, 2017

Collecting Sturgeon Free Embryos

A biological science technician collects pallid sturgeon free embryos from the sampling nets in the experimental streams at the Columbia Environmental Research Center.