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Friday's Findings - May 20, 2022

Date: May 20, 2022 from 2:00-2:30 p.m. Eastern time

Speaker: Jeffrey Steevens, Columbia Environmental Resources Center

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Environmental DNA Research Sheds Light on Invasive Species

USGS Science is Refining eDNA Techniques and Developing New Applications 

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Friday's Findings October 15 2021

Ecological Pathways of Contaminant Transfer and Effects: Aquatic Insects and Insectivores

Date: October 15, 2021 from 2-2:30 p.m. eastern time

Speaker: ...

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Southeast Region (SER) Science Workshop: Identifying Science to Meet Administration Priorities and the Needs of Our Stakeholders

The fourth annual SER Science Workshop, held virtually July 13-16, 2021, addressed four administration priorities – underserved communities, tribal...

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Media Alert: Portions of Missouri River to change color temporarily as USGS releases dye to study endangered pallid sturgeon

Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey will conduct a dye-trace assessment. For a few hours during this research, several miles of the Missouri...

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CERC’s Research Supporting Conservation of Endangered Mussels Featured in the Columbia Missourian

CERC scientist James Kunz is featured in the Columbia Missourian on USGS research related to endangered mussels.

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Invasive Mussel Species Impacts the Food Web in Lake Mead

In an article for the journal Science of the Total Environment, USGS scientists and others discuss the impact of invasive quagga mussels on the...

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Literature Review: Environmental Selenium-Mercury Interactions

Mercury is a pervasive environmental pollutant and contaminant of concern for both people and wildlife. 

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Food Web Dynamics Influence Mercury Movement in Colorado River, Grand Canyon

A new study describes how food web dynamics influence the movement of mercury throughout the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. This new research...

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Red Dye Study Will Examine Water Flow in Yellowstone River near Glendive, Montana

Reporters: If interested in being notified when the study date is chosen, please contact Jennifer or Susannah.

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Asian Carp Would Have Adequate Food to Survive in Lake Michigan

If invasive bighead carp and silver carp spread into Lake Michigan, there would be enough food available for these particular species of Asian carp to...

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In Orlando, USGS Science on the Health of the Environment is on Display

Studies on the aquatic food web, tree swallows, and the spread of contaminants take center stage at SETAC 2016.

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