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Cope, W.G., M.R. Bartsch, and R.R. Hayden. 1997. Longitudinal patterns in abundance of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) in the Upper Mississippi River. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 12(2):235-238.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 9173
Type: Journal Article
Author: Cope, W.G., M.R. Bartsch, and R.R. Hayden
Date (year): 1997
Article Title:Longitudinal patterns in abundance of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) in the Upper Mississippi River.
Journal Name: Journal of Freshwater Ecology
Volume: 12
Issue: 2
Pages: 235-238
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Keywords: invertebrate, mollusk, zebra mussel, Driessena polymorpha, populaton density, Mississippi
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Dreissena polymorpha

    MN - Mississippi River (R.M. 847.6) at Lock and Dam #1 in Minneapolis, MN
    MN - Mississippi River (R.M. 815.1) at Lock and Dam #2 near Hastings
    MN - Mississippi River (R.M. 796.9) at Lock and Dam #3 north of Redwing, MN
    WI - Mississippi River (R.M. 752.8) at Lock and Dam #4 in Alma, WI
    MN - Mississippi River (R.M. 738.1) at Lock and Dam #5 at Whitman, MN
    MN - Mississippi River (R.M. 728.5) at Lock and Dam #5A at Winona, MN
    WI - Mississippi River (R.M. 714.3) at Lock and Dam #6 at Trempealeau, WI
    MN - Mississippi River (R.M. 702.5) at Lock and Dam #7 at Dresbach, MN
    WI - Mississippi River (R.M. 679.2) at Lock and Dam #8 at Genoa, WI
    WI - Mississippi River (R.M. 647.9) at Lock and Dam #9 at Lynxville, WI
    IA - Mississippi River (R.M. 615.1) at Lock and Dam #10 at Guttenberg, IA
    IA - Mississippi River (R.M. 583.0) at Lock and Dam #11 at Dubuque, IA
    IA - Mississippi River (R.M. 556.7) at Lock and Dam #12 at Bellevue, IA
    IL - Mississippi River (R.M. 522.5) at Lock and Dam #13 at Fulton, IL
    IA - Mississippi River (R.M. 493.3) at Lock and Dam #14 at Davenport, IA
    IL - Mississippi River (R.M. 482.9) at Lock and Dam #15 at Rock Island, IL
    IA - Mississippi River (R.M. 457.2) Lock and Dam # 16 at Muscatine, IA


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