"In collaboration with Dr. Paul Anders at Cramer Fish Sciences, we were able to develop a truly innovative approach to subbasin planning in the Kootenai. Aspects of our plan became a model for other subbasin plans across the Columbia River Basin. Paul's contribution, along with his professionalism and hard work, was a big reason for that."
Distribution, Density, and Potential Impacts of the New Zealand Mudsnail Potamopyrgus antipodarum on Resident Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Assemblages of the Lower Mokelumne River, California October 2007 Sampling Period
Katy Washburn and Joseph Merz
Department of Biological Sciences California State University Sacramento and Cramer Fish Sciences
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