The 2,300-acre Lisbon Bottom Unit, located in central Missouri, became part of the Big Muddy National Fish and Wildlife Refuge (NFWR) after the Great Flood of 1993 devastated the Unit's farmland and network of levees. As a result, interdisciplinary studies were initiated through collaboration among various researches, universities, and State and Federal conservation agencies to investigate the short-term effects of the flood and to expand information about the Missouri River and flood-plain systems. The studies included in these chapters investigate diverse aspects of Lisbon Bottom Unit's physical setting and biota and provide baseline information that managers can use to assess restoration efforts on Lisbon Bottom and other units of the Big Muddy NFWR.
|Title||Initial biotic survey of Lisbon Bottom, Big Muddy National Fish and Wildlife Refuge|
|Authors||Dale D. Humburg, Vincent J. Burke|
|Publication Subtype||Federal Government Series|
|Series Title||Biological Science Report|
|Record Source||USGS Publications Warehouse|
|USGS Organization||Columbia Environmental Research Center|