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Net sedimentation rates were obtained for backwaters of the Upper Mississippi River in Pools 4, 8, and 13 by measuring annual bed elevation changes along transects between 1997 and 2001. Average sedimentation rates (cmּyr�1) during the 5-yr period were lower than most previously reported rates in backwaters of the River, with means of –0.08 (standard error [SE] = 0.18) in Pool 4, 0.21 (SE = 0.10) in Pool 8, and 0.47 (SE = 0.26) in Pool 13.�Poolwide estimated mean sedimentation rates in the terrestrial areas adjacent to backwaters appeared higher, ranging from 0.32 (SE = 0.14) to 0.78 (SE = 0.25) cmּyr�1, but were not significantly different than rates in aquatic areas.�When averaged over the study period, sedimentation...


    map background search result map search result map Rates and patterns of net sedimentation in backwaters of Pools 4, 8, and 13 of the Upper Mississippi River Cumulative effects of restoration efforts on ecological characteristics of an open water region within the Upper Mississippi River Modeling fingernail clam (Family: Sphaeriidae) abundance-habitat associations at two spatial scales using hierarchical count models Selecting a distributional assumption for modelling relative abundances of benthic macroinvertebrates Evaluation of aquatic macrophyte community response to island construction in the Upper Mississippi River Comparing the effects of local, landscape, and temporal factors on forest bird nest survival using logistic-exposure models Rates and patterns of net sedimentation in backwaters of Pools 4, 8, and 13 of the Upper Mississippi River Cumulative effects of restoration efforts on ecological characteristics of an open water region within the Upper Mississippi River Modeling fingernail clam (Family: Sphaeriidae) abundance-habitat associations at two spatial scales using hierarchical count models Selecting a distributional assumption for modelling relative abundances of benthic macroinvertebrates Evaluation of aquatic macrophyte community response to island construction in the Upper Mississippi River Comparing the effects of local, landscape, and temporal factors on forest bird nest survival using logistic-exposure models