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Comprehensive Sturgeon Research Project Blog - 2018

The USGS Comprehensive Sturgeon Research Project is a multi-year, interdisciplinary research study to determine factors leading to spawning and survival of the endangered pallid sturgeon and the closely related shovelnose sturgeon. 

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Comprehensive Sturgeon Research Project Blog - 2018

The USGS Comprehensive Sturgeon Research Project is a multi-year, interdisciplinary research study to determine factors leading to spawning and survival of the endangered pallid sturgeon and the closely related shovelnose sturgeon. 

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Mapping 3D floodplain forest understory and density of wild rice beds of UMRS with mobile mapping system to support UMESC research in landform characteristics, hydrologic position, and associated vegetation mapping.

The objectives of this project are to test new 3D mobile mapping equipment that could be used for future Upper Mississippi River System (UMRS) ecological research, specifically research in floodplain vegetation densities.

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Mapping 3D floodplain forest understory and density of wild rice beds of UMRS with mobile mapping system to support UMESC research in landform characteristics, hydrologic position, and associated vegetation mapping.

The objectives of this project are to test new 3D mobile mapping equipment that could be used for future Upper Mississippi River System (UMRS) ecological research, specifically research in floodplain vegetation densities.

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Hydroacoustic detection of dreissenid mussels and their habitat: an innovative way to detect dreissenid infestations and model preferred habitat for future colonization

The proposed project will explore the technology of hydroacoustics to detect dreissenid mussels and analyze habitat variables to model preferred future habitat locations to help control the spread of invasive dreissenid mussels. Lake Minnetonka in Minnesota currently has an existing dataset of dreissenid infestation locations.

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Hydroacoustic detection of dreissenid mussels and their habitat: an innovative way to detect dreissenid infestations and model preferred habitat for future colonization

The proposed project will explore the technology of hydroacoustics to detect dreissenid mussels and analyze habitat variables to model preferred future habitat locations to help control the spread of invasive dreissenid mussels. Lake Minnetonka in Minnesota currently has an existing dataset of dreissenid infestation locations.

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