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Forty years of science and management on the Upper Mississippi River: an analysis of the past and a view of the futureSPARKS, Richard E.Hydrobiologia (The Hague). 2010, Vol 640, pp 3-15, issn 0018-8158, 13 p.Article

Morphological changes of the lower mississippi river : Geomorphological response to engineering interventionHARMAR, Oliver P; CLIFFORD, Nicholas J; THORNE, Colin R et al.River research and applications (Print). 2005, Vol 21, Num 10, pp 1107-1131, issn 1535-1459, 25 p.Article

Archival precipitation data set for the Mississippi River Basin: development of a GIS-based data browserNELSON, Brian R; KRAJEWSKI, Witold F; KRUGER, Anton et al.Computers & geosciences. 2003, Vol 29, Num 5, pp 595-604, issn 0098-3004, 10 p.Article

Detecting the effects of land use/land cover on mean annual streamflow in the Upper Mississippi River Basin, USATRAN, Liem T; O'NEILL, Robert V.Journal of hydrology (Amsterdam). 2013, Vol 499, pp 82-90, issn 0022-1694, 9 p.Article

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STUDIES: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH FOR ASSIGNING PRIORITIESBONNICKSEN TM; BECKER RH.1983; ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT (NEW YORK); ISSN 0364-152X; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 7; NO 2; PP. 109-117; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

Contaminant concentrations in Asian carps, invasive species in the Mississippi and Illinois RiversROGOWSKI, D. L; SOUCEK, D. J; LEVENGOOD, J. M et al.Environmental monitoring and assessment. 2009, Vol 157, Num 1-4, pp 211-222, issn 0167-6369, 12 p.Article

Estimating biomass of submersed vegetation using a simple rake sampling techniqueKENOW, Kevin P; LYON, James E; HINES, Randy K et al.Hydrobiologia (The Hague). 2007, Vol 575, pp 447-454, issn 0018-8158, 8 p.Article

The evaluation of a rake method to quantify submersed vegetation in the Upper Mississippi RiverYAO YIN; KREILING, Rebecca M.Hydrobiologia (The Hague). 2011, Vol 675, pp 187-195, issn 0018-8158, 9 p.Article

REFERENCE CONDITION APPROACH TO RESTORATION PLANNINGNESTLER, John M; THEILING, Charles H; LUBINSKI, Kenneth S et al.River research and applications (Print). 2010, Vol 26, Num 10, pp 1199-1219, issn 1535-1459, 21 p.Article

Synthesis of Upper Mississippi River System submersed and emergent aquatic vegetation: past, present, and futureMOORE, Megan; ROMANO, Susan P; COOK, Thad et al.Hydrobiologia (The Hague). 2010, Vol 640, pp 103-114, issn 0018-8158, 12 p.Article

Bacterial production in the Lower Mississippi River: importance of suspended sediment and phytoplankton biomassOCHS, Clifford A; CAPELLO, Heath E; PONGRUKTHAM, Orathai et al.Hydrobiologia (The Hague). 2010, Vol 637, pp 19-31, issn 0018-8158, 13 p.Article

CUMULATIVE IMPACTS OF RIVER ENGINEERING, MISSISSIPPI AND LOWER MISSOURI RIVERSPINTER, Nicholas; JEMBERIE, Abebe A; REMO, Jonathan W. F et al.River research and applications (Print). 2010, Vol 26, Num 5, pp 546-571, issn 1535-1459, 26 p.Article

A midterm report on the GEWEX Continental-Scale International Project (GCIP) : GEWEX continental-scale international project (GCIP), Part 2LAWFORD, R. G.Journal of geophysical research. 1999, Vol 104, Num D16, pp 19279-19292, issn 0148-0227Article

Design and performance of cellular cofferdam instrumentation = Conception et performances de l'instrumentation de batardeaux cellulairesMOORE, B. H; ALIZADEH, M. M.Field measurements in geomechanics. International symposium. 1984, pp 503-512Conference Paper

Nitrogen removal by streams and rivers of the Upper Mississippi River basinHILL, Brian H; BOLGRIEN, David W.Biogeochemistry (Dordrecht). 2011, Vol 102, Num 1-3, pp 183-194, issn 0168-2563, 12 p.Article

A quarter century of declining suspended sediment fluxes in the Mississippi River and the effect of the 1993 floodHOROWITZ, Arthur J.Hydrological processes (Print). 2010, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 13-34, issn 0885-6087, 22 p.Article

Going with the flow : Using species-discharge relationships to forecast losses in fish biodiversity : Determinants of biodiversity changeXENOPOULOS, Marguerite A; LODGE, David M.Ecology (Durham). 2006, Vol 87, Num 8, pp 1907-1914, issn 0012-9658, 8 p.Article

Quantifying the effect of land use land cover change on increasing discharge in the Upper Mississippi RiverSCHILLING, Keith E; CHAN, Kung-Sik; HAI LIU et al.Journal of hydrology (Amsterdam). 2010, Vol 387, Num 3-4, pp 343-345, issn 0022-1694, 3 p.Article

Evaluating the influence of source basins on downstream water quality in the Mississippi RiverCLARK, Gregory M; BROSHEARS, Robert E; HOOPER, Richard P et al.Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 2002, Vol 38, Num 3, pp 803-818, issn 1093-474XArticle

The effect of the Great Flood of 1993 on subsequent suspended sediment concentrations and fluxes in the Mississippi River Basin, USAHOROWITZ, Arthur J.IAHS-AISH publication. 2006, pp 110-119, issn 0144-7815, isbn 1-901502-68-6, 1Vol, 10 p.Conference Paper

The accuracy of sediment loads when log-transformation produces nonlinear sediment load-discharge relationshipsCROWDER, D. W; DEMISSIE, M; MARKUS, M et al.Journal of hydrology (Amsterdam). 2007, Vol 336, Num 3-4, pp 250-268, issn 0022-1694, 19 p.Article

Will Asian carp take over the Great Lakes?VROMAN, M. E.Transactions on ecology and the environment. 2012, Vol v. 153, pp 375-385, issn 1746-448X, isbn 978-1-8456-4556-4, 1Vol, 11 p.Conference Paper

Assessing the use of the Upper Mississippi River as a model for rehabilitation of the Lower Mississippi RiverWASKLEWICZ, Thad; FRANKLIN, Scott; GRUBAUGH, Jack et al.Archiv für Hydrobiologie. Supplementband. Large rivers. 2005, Vol 15, Num 1-4, pp 1-15, issn 0945-3784, 15 p.Conference Paper

The Nature Conservancy's approach to conserving and rehabilitating biological diversity in the Upper Mississippi River systemREUTER, Michael; LUBINSKI, Ken; WEST, Paul et al.Archiv für Hydrobiologie. Supplementband. Large rivers. 2005, Vol 15, Num 1-4, pp 549-560, issn 0945-3784, 12 p.Conference Paper

IMPACT OF GRAVEL MINING ON RIVER SYSTEMS STABILITY; CLOSURE = IMPACT DES GRAVIERES SUR LA STABILITE DES RESEAUX HYDROGRAPHIQUESLAGASSE PETER F; WINKLEY BRIEN R; SIMONS DARYL B et al.1982; J. WATERW., PORT, COAST. OCEAN DIV.; ISSN 0148-9895; USA; DA. 1982-02; VOL. 108; NO WW1; PP. 120-121Article

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