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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Doug Smith
Gardens Unit
(This person is no longer with ARS)
Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Similarities in fish-habitat relationships within channelized agricultural headwater streams in Ohio and Indiana - (Abstract Only)
Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.G., Sanders, K., King, K.W., Smith, D., Pappas, E.A. 2014. Similarities in fish-habitat relationships within channelized agricultural headwater streams in Ohio and Indiana. Ecological Restoration and Sustainability - Partners for the Future. Abstract Book for the Fifth Midwest-Great Lakes SER Chapter Meeting. Midwest-Great Lakes SER Chapter, Indianapolis, Indiana. Meeting Abstract. pg 35.
Relative importance of water chemistry and habitat to fish communities in headwater streams influenced by agricultural land use - (Abstract Only)
Gillespie, R.G., Smiley, P.C., Sanders, K.E., King, K.W., Smith, D. 2013. Relative importance of water chemistry and habitat to fish communities in headwater streams influenced by agricultural land use. March 25-27, 2013, St. Louis, Missouri.Meeting Abstract. 2013 College of Food Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Undergraduate Research Symposium, March 25-27, 2013, St. Louis, Missouri. Meeting Abstract.
Implications of fish-habitat relationships for designing restoration projects within channelized agricultural headwater streams - (Abstract Only)
Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.G., Gonzalez, J.M., King, K.W., Smith, D. 2013. Implications of fish-habitat relationships for designing restoration projects within channelized agricultural headwater streams. Meeting Abstract. 2013 Upper Midwest Stream Restoration Symposium, February 24-27, 2013, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Oral Abstract Guide, pg. 7.
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