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Density, Distribution, Production and Drift of Benthic Fauna in a Reservoir Receiving Thermal Discharges from a Steam Electric Generating Plant

Density, Distribution, Production and Drift of Benthic Fauna in a Reservoir Receiving Thermal Discharges from a Steam Electric Generating Plant

Date: December 1972
Creator: Durrett, Charles W.
Description: The effects of thermal discharges on the density, distribution, production, and drift of benthic organisms were studied at North Lake reservoir.
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Distribution, Size, Condition, and Food Habits of Selected Fishes in a Reservoir Receiving Heated Effluent from a Power Plant

Distribution, Size, Condition, and Food Habits of Selected Fishes in a Reservoir Receiving Heated Effluent from a Power Plant

Date: December 1972
Creator: McNeely, David L.
Description: This study was undertaken in order to provide further insight into the effects of artificial heating on the fisheries of a small reservoir in the Southwest. The following specific objectives were established: (1) to map the reservoir for the distribution of heated water, (2) to determine the distribution of selected species of sports, rough, and forage fish in areas affected by the effluent and in areas not affected, (3) to compare size and condition of selected species of fish from areas affected by the effluent to size and condition of fish from areas not affected, and (4) to compare food habits of channel catfish in areas affected by the effluent to the food habits of channel catfish in areas not affected.
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Annual Lipid Cycles in the Lizard Cnemidophorus Tigris

Annual Lipid Cycles in the Lizard Cnemidophorus Tigris

Date: August 1972
Creator: Gaffney, Fred G.
Description: Annual lipid cycles were determined for adult male and female Cnemidophorus tigris collected near El Paso, Texas during 1970-1971.
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Geographic Variation in Chromosomes and Morphology of Peromyscus Maniculatus in Texas and Oklahoma

Geographic Variation in Chromosomes and Morphology of Peromyscus Maniculatus in Texas and Oklahoma

Date: August 1972
Creator: Caire, William, 1946-
Description: This study was initiated after finding two chromosomal types of Peromyscus maniculatus north and south of the Red River in Texas and Oklahoma. The problem was to explain the chromosomal variations and their implications to the systematics of the grassland subspecies of P. maniculatus in this region.
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The Life History and Ecology of the Stonefly Neoperla clymene (Newman) (Plecoptera: Perlidae)

The Life History and Ecology of the Stonefly Neoperla clymene (Newman) (Plecoptera: Perlidae)

Date: August 1972
Creator: Vaught, George L.
Description: The objective of this investigation was to provide new and more detailed information on the life history and ecology of Neoperla clymene, through an intensive study of the species in the Brazos River, Texas.
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The Stoneflies (Plecoptera) of Oklahoma

The Stoneflies (Plecoptera) of Oklahoma

Date: August 1972
Creator: Stark, William P.
Description: Distributional data and taxonomic keys art presented for thirty-four species of Plecoptera known to occur in Oklahoma. Ten species are new records for the state. Descriptions are provided for two species new to science, Zealeuctra cherokee and Isoperla brevis, and for the previously unknown male of Strophopteryx cucullata Frison and female of Helopicus nalatus (Frison).
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Food Habits and Dietary Overlap of Four Species of Rodents from the Mesquite Plains of Texas

Food Habits and Dietary Overlap of Four Species of Rodents from the Mesquite Plains of Texas

Date: May 1972
Creator: Alcoze, Thomas M.
Description: The coexistence of Dipodomys ordii and Perognathus hispidus with Peromyscus maniculatus and Reithrodontomys montanus was studied in a grassland association of central Texas. The food habits of these species were compared with information from habitat vegetation analysis in an effort to determine food selectivity and the amount and importance of niche overlap and competition among these rodents.
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The Biological Elimination of Phenols in the Effluent of a Wood Preserving Plant

The Biological Elimination of Phenols in the Effluent of a Wood Preserving Plant

Date: August 1971
Creator: Rainey, John G.
Description: The removal of phenols from the waste waters of wood preserving plants has always presented problems. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the possibility of employing a biological system to reduce the phenol content of effluent from these plants.
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An Ecological Study of the Pine Vole, Microtus Pinetorum, in Northeast Texas

An Ecological Study of the Pine Vole, Microtus Pinetorum, in Northeast Texas

Date: August 1971
Creator: Greer, Roy E.
Description: This study dealt with the life history and population dynamics of the pine vole, Microtus pinetorum. In the past there has been a void of ecological material concerning this small mammal in the southwestern region of its range. From November, 1969, through February, 1970, a survey was conducted in Marion County and Harrison County, Texas, to determine the most suitable habitat for an ecological study of Microtus pinetorum. A study was then initiated in March, 1970, and continued through March, 1971, on an undisturbed marsh five miles south of Marshall, Harrison County, Texas.
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Spring Food Habits of Corydalus Cornutus L. in the Brazos River, Texas

Spring Food Habits of Corydalus Cornutus L. in the Brazos River, Texas

Date: August 1971
Creator: Friday, Gary P.
Description: The objective of this study was to determine the kinds and numbers of food organisms consumed by Corydalus cornutus, and to investigate its periodicity of feeding during the spring months in the Brazos River, Palo Pinto County, Texas. A total of 468 larvae were collected at two-week intervals from February 29 to May 14, 1971. Larvae were taken at opportunity during three periods of the day, 6am.-12pm., 12pm.-6pm., and 6pm.-12am. A total of 23 different food items was observed in the 121 stomachs containing food. An expedient method of dissection of the digestive tract is included.
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