Presentation Tags: Fish & Wildlife
September 12, 2023
Unlocking the Mysteries of Migration with the Motus Wildlife Tracking System
Presentation by Sarah Kendrick
Check out Migratory Bird Biologist Sarah Kendrick’s presentation on how advances in tracking technology are allowing us to learn more and more about our smallest migrant birds and how this information is working to target conservation efforts.
May 17, 2022
The Day the River Turned Red: evaluating the performance of a restoration project in the Missouri River
Presentation by Research Engineer Brandon Sansom, USGS
Join USGS Research Engineer Brandon Sansom as he discusses how USGS uses dye experiments to better understand complex flow patterns in the Missouri River.
January 11, 2022
Missouri DNR Works for Healthy Rivers
Online Presentation by Kansas City Regional Director Karen Rouse and Water Protection Director Chris Wieberg, Mo. Dept. of Natural Resources
We were joined by two directors at the Mo. Dept. of Natural Resources who discussed couple of ongoing programs that the Mo. Dept. of Natural Resources is involved in that work to solve issues faced by the Missouri River and the larger Mississippi River Watershed.
February 9, 2021
The “other” invasive carp, Black Carp – Mylopharyngodon piceus
Online Presentation by fish biologist Patrick Kroboth, U.S. Geological Survey Columbia Environmental Research Center
Patrick Kroboth, fish biologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, shared the latest in invasive black carp research, studying the species status in the wild, life history, behavior, and potential impacts.
October 20, 2020
To migrate or not to migrate: that is NOT the question
Presentation by Craig Paukert, PhD, Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at University of Missouri – Columbia
We were joined by University of Missouri professer Craig Paukert, PhD, to explore the issues and solutions for fish migration. World Fish Migration Day is observed on October 24.
March 10, 2020
Through the Looking Glass: Early Development of Pallid Sturgeon and Shovelnose Sturgeon
Presentation by biologist Kimberly Chojnacki, U.S. Geological Survey, River Studies Branch
Recent research into the endangered pallid sturgeon has focused on the very early stages of life of these long-lived, prehistoric fish. Biologist Kim Chojnacki some of the latest fascinating and cutting-edge research giving a peek into this very difficult to monitor fish.
March 17, 2015
“If you can’t beat ’em – eat ’em!” – Silver Carp Solutions
Presentation by Mark Morgan, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Missouri School of Natural Resources This presentation was originally given on March 17, 2015 at Les Bourgeois Vineyards Bistro in Rocheport, MO Few people have spent much time on the Missouri River in recent years without a close encounter with the infamous flying carp. From sliming your boat to […]
March 18, 2014
“Follow the River” – Bird Migrations along the Missouri
Presentation by Lisa Webb, PhD, U.S. Geological Survey This presentation was originally given on Tuesday, March 18, 2014, at Les Bourgeois Bistro, Rocheport, MO The Missouri River ecosystem is a highway for migratory birds throughout the Western Hemisphere. Lisa Webb, an ecologist with the USGS Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Lab, described bird migrations along the […]
July 9, 2013
Intersex Sturgeon on the Missouri River? The effects of emerging contaminants on a big river
Presentation by – Diana Papoulias, PhD, Research Fish Biologist – US Geological Survey Columbia Environmental Research Center Original Presentations: Tuesday, July 9, 2013, at Les Bourgeois Bistro in Rocheport, MO Tuesday, October 28, 2014, at Healthy Rivers Partnership Office, Kansas City, MO Click here to watch a video of Diana’s presentation recorded by KCDV. Click here to download pdf […]