Thursday, December 2, 2021
- Rochelle Renken
The Great Flood of 1993 created 466 new wetlands along the Missouri River floodplain between Kansas City and St. Louis, providing an opportunity to see how wetland dependent species use these newly created habitats. This study focuses on the occupancy and fate of amphibians using new and existing floodplain wetlands after this flood event.
Hansen et al. 2012, Amphibian Occupancy in Flood Created and Existing Wetlands of the Lower Missouri River Alluvial Valley.pdf
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