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Quantifying riparian canopy energy attenuation and stream temperature using an energy balance approach
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2011)
of the central U.S. Hydroclimate data were collected from two intensively instrumented stream reaches of opposite orthogonal compass orientation in a semi-karst watershed on the border of southern Missouri's Ozark region, USA, during the 2010 water year. Data...
Macroinvertebrate assemblage composition along a longitudinal multiple-land-use gradient in a midwestern stream
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2012)
Land use changes often alter hydrogeomorphology and hydrologic flow regimes, which can adversely impact stream aquatic biota. Hinkson Creek Watershed (HCW, 231km2) located in Boone County, central Missouri, is comprised of 50% agriculture, 26...
Fire risk assessment of the western portion of the central hardwoods forest region
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2008)
This study examined how fire risk, a combination of fuels conditions and fire probabilities, varied across a large portion of Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana. Case studies were conducted to evaluate the fuel loading variability in Missouri Ozark...
Using attitutudes and motivations to segment the landowner audience: a typology of family forest owners in the Missouri Ozarks and description of management and information behaviors
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
With 74% of Missouri's forestland controlled by family forest owners, understanding this ownership group is important to ensuring the sustainable management of the state's forests. Audience segmentation techniques can help us to understand...
Detection and modeling of bat species occupancy at multiple scales across a forested landscape in southeastern Missouri
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT REQUEST OF AUTHOR.] Populations of forest dwelling bats have been in decline in recent years, and have therefore become increasing foci in forestry research efforts. Difficulty in bat species...