Spatial and temporal patterns of white oak mortality in Missouri detected using multicycle forest inventory data – Saaruj Khadka

Missouri maple syrup: production methods and lessons learned from the School of Natural Resources sugar shack – Benjamin Knapp

Oak regeneration in the Missouri Ozarks: A preliminary analysis of how site variables and stocking affect temporal patterns of advanced reproduction abundance. – Trystan Harpold

Relationships between primary productivity, precipitation and phenology in an Ozark oak/hickory woodland from 2014-2020 – Grace K. Hall

Age Distribution and Length of Centrarchid fish in Small Impoundments of Fort Leonard Wood – Andrew Collet

Microhabitat Use of Native Crayfish Species in Bull Creek of Southwestern Missouri – Michael Engel

Freshwater Mussel Status Assessment using a Suitable Habitat Model for the Gasconade River, Missouri – Brittany Bajo

An eDNA survey of the fish community of the Gasconade River Drainage – David Duvernell

Summer Internship with Clay County Parks at Smithville Lake – Jason Kusilek

Exploring the relationship between assessment metrics and perceived success of river and stream restoration projects – Kendall Ivey

Population Genetics of Missouri Topeka Shiners (Notropis topeka) – Jessica Brooks

Determining Population Structure of Channel Catfish in Small Impoundments to Inform Put-and-Take Fisheries Management Decisions – Jeffrey D. Rogosch

Implementing Environmental DNA (eDNA) Methods to Identify and Manage Topeka Shiner (Notropis topeka) Populations in Missouri – Austin L. Mueller

An Ozark Stream Fish Community Assessment with eDNA Metabarcoding – Veronica Lee

Evaluation of Pet Trade Regulations for Management of Invasive Crayfish in Two Midwestern States – Bailey O’Brian

A novel method to assess substrate compaction in lotic systems – Kiah D. Wright

Are we succeeding in controlling invasive sericea lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata) populations at Prairie Fork Conservation Area? A second-year project update – Lauren S. Pile

Comparing invasive and noninvasive sampling techniques for monitoring native bee communities at Rocky Point Glade in Kansas City, Missouri – Christina Rosasco

Stem-nester refugia as a strategy for supporting greater bee diversity in urban remnant prairies – Marlon Jones

Observations in Nocturnal Use of PVC Pipe Traps by Cope’s Gray Treefrogs (Hyla chrysoscelis) – Chase Bridgeman

White-tailed Deer and Coyote Activity in an Agroforestry Landscape – Harrison D. Stoudt

Challenges and considerations for using tracking technology to study birds – Sarah J. Clements

Effects of Cover Crop and Tillage on Temporal and Spatial Variations of Phospholipid Fatty Acid Profile of a Claypan Soil – Sidath S. Mendis

We all live downstream: Mining-contamination can inhibit leaf decomposition and invertebrate colonization downstream – Leslie M. Hatch

Plants’ arsenal for waging chemical warfare on their unsuspecting neighbors: Does the synthesis & release of secondary negative allelopathic metabolites into the environment provide a competitive advantage to invasive plant species in Missouri habitats? – Csengele Barta

Metal-contaminated sycamore leaves in Big River: decomposition and metal loss – Trang Indigo Tran

Potential for American Sycamore (Platanus occidentalis) to remediate of a mining contaminated river – Brendan Ryan