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Nick Kramer

KDWPT
District Fisheries Biologist
Perry State Park
Sunday, February 5
 

2:30pm

3:00pm

5:00pm

 
Monday, February 6
 

7:00am

8:00am

10:00am

12:00pm

1:20pm

2:00pm

2:20pm

2:40pm

3:00pm

3:20pm

3:40pm

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4:20pm

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Tuesday, February 7
 

8:00am

8:20am

9:00am

9:20am

9:40am

10:20am

10:40am

11:00am

11:20am

1:20pm

2:00pm

2:20pm

6:00pm

Trade Show & Poster Social Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Age and Growth Demographics of Asian Carp in the Upper Mississippi River Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Analysis of Age in the Black Crappie (Pomoxis Nigromaculatus) Using Scale Structures Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Attractants for Asian Carp Larvae Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Comparison of Swimming Speeds in Larval Bighead, Silver, and Grass Carp Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Dispersal of Vertebrates Among Islands in a Riverine Ecosystem Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Effects of Invasive Non-Native Aquatic Macrophytes on the Foraging and Diet Composition of Small-sized Fish Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Exploitation of Paddlefish in the Mississippi River Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Flathead Catfish Recruitment in the Lower Wabash River Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Larval Fish Community Survey of Pools 19, 18, and 17 of the Upper Mississippi River Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Ontogenetic Diet Shifts of Blue Catfish (Ictalurus Furcatus) Using Stable Isotope Analysis Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Reproductive Potential of Silver and Bighead Carp in the Upper Mississippi River Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Reversing Habitat Loss in Reservoirs: No One Can Do It Alone Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Seasonal Dynamics of Blue Suckers Cycleptus Elongatus Inhabiting Great-river Tributaries in Missouri Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Survival and Drift Behavior of Pallid Sturgeon Free Embryos and Larvae in an Artificial Channel Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Tag Retention and Survival of Small Bighead Carp Implanted with Acoustic Tags at Three Temperatures Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Using Side-scan Sonar to Classify River Aquatic Habitat Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Validating Aging Structures in Asian Carp Lancaster Ballroom Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Drawdown in Nebraskan Reservoirs, Influencing Management through Ecology and Social Behavior Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. The Invasive Nature of Asian Carps and Predicting the impact of the Asian Carp Invasion on Native Species Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Utility of Anglersheds for Understanding Recreational Fisheries Olive Branch Room
 
Wednesday, February 8
 

7:00am

8:00am

8:20am

8:40am

9:00am

9:20am

9:40am

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10:40am

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11:20am