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    1. Roelle, JE; Gladwin, DN; Cade, BS
      Establishment, growth, and early survival of woody riparian species at a Colorado gravel pit

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    2. Lesica, P; Miles, S
      Natural history and invasion of Russian olive along eastern Montana rivers

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    3. Hampton, R; Small, E; Haunold, A
      Habitat and variability of Humulus lupulus var. lupuloides in upper midwestern North America: a critical source of American hop germplasm

      JOURNAL OF THE TORREY BOTANICAL SOCIETY
    4. Stone, MC; Hotchkiss, RH; Hubbard, CM; Fontaine, TA; Mearns, LO; Arnold, JG
      Impacts of climate change on Missouri River Basin water yield

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION
    5. Anderson, KA; Johnson, E
      Bioavailable organochlorine pesticides in a semi-arid region of Eastern Oregon, USA, as determined by gas chromatography with electron-capture detection

      JOURNAL OF AOAC INTERNATIONAL
    6. Vrana, B; Paschke, A; Popp, P; Schuurmann, G
      Use of semipermeable membrane devices (SPMDs) - Determination of bioavailable, organic, waterborne contaminants in the industrial region of Bitterfeld, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH
    7. Fisher, SJ; Brown, ML; Willis, DW
      Temporal food web variability in an upper Missouri River backwater: energyorigination points and transfer mechanisms

      ECOLOGY OF FRESHWATER FISH
    8. Hughes, FMR; Adams, WM; Muller, E; Nilsson, C; Richards, KS; Barsoum, N; Decamps, H; Foussadier, R; Girel, J; Guilloy, H; Hayes, A; Johansson, M; Lambs, L; Pautou, G; Peiry, JL; Perrow, M; Vautier, F; Winfield, M
      The importance of different scale processes for the restoration of floodplain woodlands

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    9. Delong, MD; Thorp, JH; Greenwood, KS; Miller, MC
      Responses of consumers and food resources to a high magnitude, unpredictedflood in the upper Mississippi River basin

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    10. Blevins, D; Fairchild, J
      Applicability of NASQAN data for ecosystem assessments on the Missouri River

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    11. Kalischuk, AR; Rood, SB; Mahoney, JM
      Environmental influences on seedling growth of cottonwood species following a major flood

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    12. Pearce, CM; Smith, DG
      Plains cottonwood's last stand: Can it survive invasion of Russian olive onto the milk river, Montana floodplain?

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    13. Rumble, MA; Gobeille, JE
      Small mammals in successional prairie woodlands of the northern Great Plains

      USDA FOREST SERVICE ROCKY MOUNTAIN RESEARCH STATION RESEARCH PAPER RMRS
    14. Hotchkiss, RH; Jorgensen, SF; Stone, MC; Fontaine, TA
      Regulated river modeling for climate change impact assessment: The Missouri River

      Journal of the american water resources association
    15. Jansson, R; Nilsson, C; Dynesius, M; Andersson, E
      Effects of river regulation on river-margin vegetation: A comparison of eight boreal rivers

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    16. Bodie, JR; Semlitsch, RD; Renken, RB
      Diversity and structure of turtle assemblages: associations with wetland characters across a floodplain landscape

      ECOGRAPHY
    17. Richter, BD; Richter, HE
      Prescribing flood regimes to sustain riparian ecosystems along meandering rivers

      CONSERVATION BIOLOGY
    18. Tockner, K; Malard, F; Ward, JV
      An extension of the flood pulse concept

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    19. Bendix, J; Hupp, CR
      Hydrological and geomorphological impacts on riparian plant communities

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    20. Johnson, WC
      Tree recruitment and survival in rivers: influence of hydrological processes

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    21. Shields, FD; Simon, A; Steffen, LJ
      Reservoir effects on downstream river channel migration

      ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    22. Dykaar, BB; Wigington, PJ
      Floodplain formation and cottonwood colonization patterns on the Willamette River, Oregon, USA

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    23. Fisher, SJ; Willis, DW
      Seasonal dynamics of aquatic fauna and habitat parameters in a perched upper Missouri River wetland

      WETLANDS
    24. Smith, DG; Pearce, CM
      River ice and its role in limiting woodland development on a sandy braid-plain, Milk River, Montana

      WETLANDS
    25. Petty, JD; Jones, SB; Huckins, JN; Cranor, WL; Parris, JT; McTague, TB; Boyle, TP
      An approach for assessment of water quality using semipermeable membrane devices (SPMDs) and bioindicator tests

      CHEMOSPHERE
    26. Darby, SE; Thorne, CR
      A river runs through it: morphological and landowner sensitivities along the Upper Missouri River, Montana, USA

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE INSTITUTE OF BRITISH GEOGRAPHERS
    27. Winemiller, KO; Tarim, S; Shormann, D; Cotner, JB
      Fish assemblage structure in relation to environmental variation among Brazos River oxbow lakes

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN FISHERIES SOCIETY
    28. Petty, JD; Orazio, CE; Huckins, JN; Gale, RW; Lebo, JA; Meadows, JC; Echols, KR; Cranor, WL
      Considerations involved with the use of semipermeable membrane devices formonitoring environmental contaminants

      JOURNAL OF CHROMATOGRAPHY A
    29. Palik, BJ; Michener, WK; Mitchell, RJ; Edwards, D
      The effects of landform and plant size on mortality and recovery of longleaf pine during a 100-year flood

      ECOSCIENCE
    30. Olsen, JR; Stedinger, JR; Matalas, NC; Stakhiv, EZ
      Climate variability and flood frequency estimation for the Upper Mississippi and Lower Missouri Rivers

      Journal of the american water resources association
    31. Cooper, DJ; Merritt, DM; Andersen, DC; Chimner, RA
      Factors controlling the establishment of Fremont cottonwood seedlings on the upper Green River, USA

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    32. Sabaliunas, D; Ellington, J; Sabaliuniene, I
      Screening bioavailable hydrophobic toxicants in surface waters with semipermeable membrane devices: Role of inherent oleic acid in toxicity evaluations

      ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
    33. Lesica, P; Miles, S
      Russian olive invasion into cottonwood forests along a regulated river in north-central Montana

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    34. YIN Y
      FLOODING AND FOREST SUCCESSION IN A MODIFIED STRETCH ALONG THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER

      Regulated rivers
    35. KRANJCEC J; MAHONEY JM; ROOD SB
      THE RESPONSES OF 3 RIPARIAN COTTONWOOD SPECIES TO WATER-TABLE DECLINE

      Forest ecology and management
    36. Patten, DT
      Riparian ecosystems of semi-arid North America: Diversity and human impacts

      WETLANDS
    37. Rood, SB; Kalischuk, AR; Mahoney, JM
      Initial cottonwood seedling recruitment following the flood of the centuryof the Oldman River, Alberta, Canada

      WETLANDS
    38. Shafroth, PB; Auble, GT; Stromberg, JC; Patten, DT
      Establishment of woody riparian vegetation in relation to annual patterns of streamflow, Bill Williams River, Arizona

      WETLANDS
    39. Johnson, WC
      Adjustment of riparian vegetation to river regulation in the great plains,USA

      WETLANDS
    40. Friedman, JM; Osterkamp, WR; Scott, ML; Auble, GT
      Downstream effects of dams on channel geometry and bottomland vegetation: Regional patterns in the Great Plains

      WETLANDS
    41. Mahoney, JM; Rood, SB
      Streamflow, requirements for cottonwood seedling recruitment - An interactive model

      WETLANDS
    42. Stromberg, JC
      Functional equivalency of saltcedar (Tamarix chinensis) and Fremont cottonwood (Populus fremontii) along a free-flowing river

      WETLANDS
    43. SCOTT ML; AUBLE GT; FRIEDMAN JM
      FLOOD DEPENDENCY OF COTTONWOOD ESTABLISHMENT ALONG THE MISSOURI RIVER, MONTANA, USA

      Ecological applications
    44. KEENLYNE KD
      LIFE-HISTORY AND STATUS OF THE SHOVELNOSE STURGEON, SCAPHIRHYNCHUS-PLATORYNCHUS

      Environmental biology of fishes
    45. KNOWLTON MF; JONES JR
      TROPHIC STATUS OF MISSOURI RIVER FLOODPLAIN LAKES IN RELATION TO BASIN TYPE AND CONNECTIVITY

      Wetlands
    46. AUBLE GT; SCOTT ML; FRIEDMAN JM; BACK J; LEE VJ
      CONSTRAINTS ON ESTABLISHMENT OF PLAINS COTTONWOOD IN AN URBAN RIPARIAN PRESERVE

      Wetlands
    47. RICHTER BD; BAUMGARTNER JV; WIGINGTON R; BRAUN DP
      HOW MUCH WATER DOES A RIVER NEED

      Freshwater Biology
    48. VADAS RL; SANGER JE
      LATERAL ZONATION OF TREES ALONG A SMALL OHIO STREAM

      The Ohio journal of science
    49. GUERTIN DS; EASTERLING WE; BRANDLE JR
      CLIMATE-CHANGE AND FORESTS IN THE GREAT-PLAINS - ISSUES IN MODELING FRAGMENTED WOODLANDS IN INTENSIVELY MANAGED LANDSCAPES

      Bioscience
    50. RASMUSSEN JL
      FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT

      Fisheries
    51. SCOTT ML; FRIEDMAN JM; AUBLE GT
      FLUVIAL PROCESS AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF BOTTOMLAND TREES

      Geomorphology
    52. RATHBUN RE
      SPECIATION OF TRIHALOMETHANE MIXTURES FOR THE MISSISSIPPI-RIVER, MISSOURI-RIVER, AND OHIO-RIVER

      Science of the total environment
    53. KONDOLF GM; WILCOCK PR
      THE FLUSHING FLOW PROBLEM - DEFINING AND EVALUATING OBJECTIVES

      Water resources research
    54. FRIEDMAN JM; SCOTT ML; LEWIS WM
      RESTORATION OF RIPARIAN FOREST USING IRRIGATION, ARTIFICIAL DISTURBANCE, AND NATURAL SEEDFALL

      Environmental management
    55. JOHNSON WC; DIXON MD; SIMONS R; JENSON S; LARSON K
      MAPPING THE RESPONSE OF RIPARIAN VEGETATION TO POSSIBLE FLOW REDUCTIONS IN THE SNAKE RIVER, IDAHO

      Geomorphology
    56. AUBLE GT; FRIEDMAN JM; SCOTT ML
      RELATING RIPARIAN VEGETATION TO PRESENT AND FUTURE STREAMFLOWS

      Ecological applications
    57. CHURCH T
      OGALALLA ORTHOQUARTZITE - AN UPDATED DESCRIPTION

      Plains Anthropologist
    58. DOLAN LS; DELUCA DK
      USE OF A HYDROLOGIC MODEL IN A BASIN-WIDE WATER ALLOCATION PROCEEDING

      Water resources bulletin


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