Bivalve Mollusks from the Maxville Limestone (Mississippian) in Ohio
Hoare, Richard D. (2007-09)
Bivalve mollusks are a common component of the Chesterian Maxville Limestone in Ohio, although not as abundant as the brachiopods. A number of taxa were found preserved as internal molds making identification difficult. ...
A Study of the Mussels (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Unionidae) of Symmes Creek and Tributaries in Jackson, Gallia and Lawrence Counties, Ohio.
Hoggarth, Michael A.; Kimberly, David A.; Van Allen, Benjamin G. (2007-09)
Freshwater mussels (family Unionidae) are among the most threatened of Ohio's aquatic fauna. Interest in their biogeography has increased as their distribution and abundance has declined. This study was performed to assess ...
Transparency Tube Monitoring as an Indicator of Fish Community Health
Zawiski, Bill (2007-09)
Transparency tubes have been shown to be useful tools for suspended solids estimation in flowing waters. Suspended solids and turbidity can impact streams in a number of ways from habitat smothering to visual impairments. ...
Genetic Tagging Free-Ranging White-Tailed Deer Using Hair Snares
Belant, Jerrold L.; Seamans, Thomas W.; Paetkau, David (2007-09)
Use of noninvasive DNA-based tissue sampling (e.g., hair, scats) for individual identification in wildlife studies has increased markedly in recent years. Although field techniques for collecting hair samples have been ...
The Effects of Year-Round Irrigation on Landscape Plant Quality and Health in Ohio
Caldwell, Heath; Mancl, Karen; Quigley, Martin F. (2007-09)
Deep (over 165 cm), permeable, unsaturated soil is needed to treat and dispose of wastewater through septic systems. In Ohio, only 6.4% of the state's land area is suited for septic systems for wastewater treatment. Soils ...
Small Litter Sizes and Relative Clutch Mass of Northern Watersnakes (Nerodia sipedon sipedon) in Southwestern Ohio
Gerald, Gary W.; Miskell, Courtney A. (2007-09)
Relative clutch mass (RCM), the ratio of total mass of a clutch to the postpartum body mass of the female, is considered by many a life history trait that indirectly quantifies reproductive effort in snakes. e Northern ...