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White Sucker Movement Patterns and Stream Diversity of Two Eastern Iowa Coldwater Streams.
White Sucker Movement Patterns and Stream Diversity of Two Eastern Iowa Coldwater Streams.
Porter, Tyler J., Duve, Brandon, & Koch, David E. “White Sucker Movement Patterns and Stream Diversity of Two Mississippi River Tributary Streams.” Poster presentation for the Chlapaty Research Fellowship Program, University of Dubuque, 2013. Abstract: In Northeast Iowa, two cold-water streams, Catfish Creek and Little Maquoketa River in Dubuque County are stocked with three trout species (rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss; brook trout, Salvelinus fontinalis; brown trout, Salmo trutta) and fished relatively heavily by anglers. The richness of species and diversity of the streams have been an ongoing study for the past five years by the University of Dubuque to measure stream health and inter-annual variations. This summer, both streams were sampled using electro-shocking once a week for eight weeks. The white sucker (Catostomus commersonii) is the most populous fish in both of these streams, and its movement patterns have been studied very little in Eastern Iowa. Three adult white suckers were tagged with radio telemetry tags in Catfish Creek and tracked over the course of three weeks in late summer. The white suckers were mostly stationary, with only short inter-pool movements, except for the occurrence of one large movement near the end of the study. Catfish Creek yielded more fish, with higher diversity and richness than the Little Maquoketa River.
White Sucker Movement Patterns and Stream Diversity of Two Mississippi River Tributary Streams.
White Sucker Movement Patterns and Stream Diversity of Two Mississippi River Tributary Streams.
Porter, T.J., Duve, B., & Koch, D.E. “White Sucker Movement Patterns and Stream Diversity of Two Mississippi River Tributary Streams.” Poster presentation at the Mississippi River Research Consortium Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 23-25, 2014.
White Sucker Movement Patterns and Stream Diversity of Two Mississippi River Tributary Streams.
White Sucker Movement Patterns and Stream Diversity of Two Mississippi River Tributary Streams.
Porter, T.J., Duve, B., & Koch, D.E. “White Sucker Movement Patterns and Stream Diversity of Two Mississippi River Tributary Streams.” Poster presentation at the Mississippi River Research Consortium Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 23-25, 2014.
White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats at Effigy Mounds National
White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats at Effigy Mounds National
Cleary, Ryan S., Kayla M. McLaughlin, Tiffanee A. Kress, R.G. Mudalige-Jayawickrama, & Gerald L. Zuercher. “White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats at Effigy Mounds National Monument.” Platform presentation at the 47th Mississippi River Research Consortium Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 22-24, 2015.
White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats at Effigy Mounds National
White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats at Effigy Mounds National
Cleary, Ryan S., Kayla M. McLaughlin, Tiffanee A. Kress, R.G. Mudalige-Jayawickrama, & Gerald L. Zuercher. “White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats at Effigy Mounds National Monument.” Platform presentation at the 47th Mississippi River Research Consortium Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 22-24, 2015.
White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats...
White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats...
Cleary, Ryan S., Kayla M. McLaughlin, Tiffanee A. Kress, R.G. Mudalige-Jayawickrama, & Gerald L. Zuercher. “White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats at Effigy Mounds National Monument.” Platform presentation at the 47th Mississippi River Research Consortium Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 22-24, 2015.
White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats...
White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats...
Cleary, Ryan S., Kayla M. McLaughlin, Tiffanee A. Kress, R.G. Mudalige-Jayawickrama, & Gerald L. Zuercher. “White-Nose Syndrome in Northeastern Iowa? Evidence of Exposure to Pseudogymnoascus destructans by Bats at Effigy Mounds National Monument.” Platform presentation at the 47th Mississippi River Research Consortium Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 22-24, 2015.
Why Anne Bradstreet and Abigail Adams Would Have Been BFF's
Why Anne Bradstreet and Abigail Adams Would Have Been BFF's
Machala, Allyson. “Why Anne Bradstreet and Abigail Adams Would Have Been BFF’s.” Presentation at Streamlines: An Undergraduate Conference on Language, Literature, and Writing, Clarke University, Dubuque, Nov. 15, 2014.
Why Super Sonic Travel Should Not Make a Comeback
Why Super Sonic Travel Should Not Make a Comeback
Horner, James, & Bryce Walter. “Why Super Sonic Travel Should Not Make a Comeback.” Poster presentation for AVI 233: Air Transportation, F ‘19, Prof. Godwin.
Why Super Sonic Travel Should Not Make a Comeback
Why Super Sonic Travel Should Not Make a Comeback
Horner, James, & Bryce Walter. “Why Super Sonic Travel Should Not Make a Comeback.” Poster presentation for AVI 233: Air Transportation, F ‘19, Prof. Godwin.
Why is Campus Diversity Important Today?
Why is Campus Diversity Important Today?
Glover, Azjah. “Why is Campus Diversity Important Today?” In Racing Past the Color Line: Sol Butler and Paul Robeson in Collegiate Athletics (catalog), p. 29. Bisignano Gallery. Project for UDHS 234: African American History, Spr ‘14, Dr. Hallstoos.
Wildlife Strikes
Wildlife Strikes
Reiss, Justin, & Dustin Axarlis. "Wildlife Strikes." Poster presentation for AVI349: Aviation Safety Management, F '17, Prof. Foster.
Wildlife Strikes
Wildlife Strikes
Reiss, Justin, & Dustin Axarlis. "Wildlife Strikes." Poster presentation for AVI349: Aviation Safety Management, F '17, Prof. Foster.
Winds of Change Hit UD Res Halls
Winds of Change Hit UD Res Halls
Berman, Seth, Aldin Ponjevic, Jake Nash, & Jeremy Morksi. "Winds of Change Hit UD Res Halls." Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr '18, Dr. Hallstoos.
Winter Weather
Winter Weather
Meyer, Ian, & Denver Feuerbach. “Winter Weather.” Poster presentation for AVI349: Aviation Safety Management, F ’19, Prof. Warm.
Winter Weather
Winter Weather
Meyer, Ian, & Denver Feuerbach. “Winter Weather.” Poster presentation for AVI349: Aviation Safety Management, F ’19, Prof. Warm.
Women Leading the Class
Women Leading the Class
Hughes-Reilly, Noah, Kaylee Starkey, & Isaiah Ellis. "Women Leading the Class." Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr '19, Prof. Anderson.
Women Leading the Class
Women Leading the Class
Hughes-Reilly, Noah, Kaylee Starkey, & Isaiah Ellis. "Women Leading the Class." Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr '19, Prof. Anderson.
Women Leading the Class
Women Leading the Class
Hughes-Reilly, Noah, Kaylee Starkey, & Isaiah Ellis. "Women Leading the Class." Exhibit for UDHS 122: World Civ II, Spr '19, Prof. Anderson.
Women in Aviation
Women in Aviation
Dzieginski, Emily, & Maya Kesti. “Women in Aviation.” Poster presentation for AVI 233: Air Transportation, F ‘19, Prof. Godwin.

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