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  1. A Comprehensive Evaluation of Three Mussel Beds in Reach 15 of the Upper Mississippi River.
    By: Blodgett, K D - Sparks, Richard E - Whitney, Scott D - ILLINOIS NATURAL HISTORY SURVEY HAVANARIVER RESEARCH LAB.
    Publication info: Ft. BelvoirDefense Technical Information CenterOCT 1997.
    Contributed by: Lewis & Clark Community College / NGRREC
    Subjects: Aquatic biology  Biology  Data processing  Density  Ecology  Growth(physiology)  Low rate  Management  Mississippi river  Monitoring  Mussels  Recruiting  Sampling  
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  2. Contaminants in fish food organisms and duck food organisms from Keokuk Pool, Mississippi River / prepared by Richard E. Sparks and Kenneth E. Smith.
    By: Sparks, Richard E. - Smith, Kenneth E. - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
    Publication info: S.l. :s.n.,1979
    Contributed by: Lewis and Clark Community College and the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center (archive.org)
    Subjects: Aquatic organisms  Ducks  Effect of water pollution on  Fishes  Mississippi river  Pollution  Water  
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  3. Ecological structure and function of major rivers in Illinois "large river LTER" : 1985 progress report / Richard E. Sparks, project director.
    By: Sparks, Richard E. - Illinois. - National Great Rivers Research and Education Center - NGRREC.
    Publication info: Havana, Ill. :River Research Laboratory, Illinois Natural History Survey,1985.
    Contributed by: Lewis and Clark Community College and the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center (archive.org)
    Subjects: Ecology  Illinois River  Long term ecological research  Mississippi river  
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  4. Ecological structure and function of major rivers in Illinois : "Large River LTER" / Illinois Natural History Survey, River Research Laboratory.
    By: Illinois. - National Great Rivers Research and Education Center - NGRREC.
    Publication info: Havana, Ill. :Illinois National History Survey,1984.
    Contributed by: Lewis and Clark Community College and the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center (archive.org)
    Subjects: Illinois River (Ill.)  Mississippi river  Research  Rivers  Stream ecology  United States  
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  5. Fish and Wildlife Habitat Changes Resulting from Construction of a Nine-Foot Channel on Pools 24, 25, and 26 of the Mississippi River and the Lower Illinois River,
    By: Bellrose, Frank C - Paveglio, F L - Sandusky, M J - Sparks, Richard E - Steffeck, D W - ILLINOIS NATURAL HISTORY SURVEY HAVANA RIVER RESEARCH LAB.
    Publication info: Ft. BelvoirDefense Technical Information CenterAPR 1979.
    Contributed by: Lewis & Clark Community College / NGRREC
    Subjects: Ecology  Fishes  Habitability  Illinois  Illinois River  Mississippi river  Plankton  Rivers  Vegetation  Water quality  Wildlife  
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  6. Narrative of an expedition through the upper Mississippi to Itasca Lake, the actual source of this river : embracing an exploratory trip through the St. Croix and Burntwood (or Broule) Rivers, in 1832 /
    By: Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe,
    Publication info: New York :Harper,1834, c1833.
    Contributed by: Mertz Library, The New York Botanical Garden
    Subjects: Description and travel  Discovery and exploration  Indians of North America  Mississippi river  Northwestern States  Ojibwa Indians  United States  
    BHL Collections: New York Botanical Garden
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  7. A raft pilot's log; a history of the great rafting industry on the upper Mississippi, 1840-1915, by Walter A. Blair ...
    By: Blair, Walter A.,
    Publication info: Cleveland,The Arthur H. Clark company,1930.
    Contributed by: University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
    Subjects: Lumbering  Mississippi river  Mississippi River Valley  Steam-navigation  
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  8. Sediment toxicity in Reach 15 of the Upper Mississippi River : technical report to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources./ Denise B. Stoeckel, K. Douglas Blodgett, and Richard E. Sparks.
    By: Stoeckel, Denise B. - Blodgett, K. Douglas - Sparks, Richard E. - Illinois.
    Publication info: Champaign, Ill. :Illinois Natural History Survey,Jan. 1997.
    Contributed by: Lewis & Clark Community College / NGRREC
    Subjects: Analysis  Freshwater mussels  Mississippi river  Pollution  River sediments  
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  9. Summary narrative of an exploratory expedition to the sources of the Mississippi River, in 1820: resumed and completed, by the discovery of its origin in Itasca Lake, in 1832. By authority of the United States. With appendices, comprising ... all of the official reports and scientific papers of both expeditions.
    By: Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe,
    Publication info: Philadelphia,Lippincott, Grambo, and co.,1855.
    Contributed by: University of California Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Description and travel  Discovery and exploration  Geology  Great Lakes (North America)  Indians of North America  Mississippi river  Mississippi River Valley  Natural history  New York (State)  Northwest, Old  Ojibwa language  Sources  United States  
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  10. Water-power development in relation to fishes and mussels of the Mississippi. By Robert E. Coker.
    By: Coker, R. E.
    Publication info: Washington,Govt. Print. Off.,1914.
    Contributed by: Library of Congress
    Subjects: Fishways  Hydroelectric power plants  Keokuk Dam (Iowa and Illinois)  Mississippi river  
    BHL Collections: Library of Congress
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