Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 36, 1998

January
Cover    
Letter from the editor
Madsen, J. D.
  1
Presidential address – Aquatic plant management: A sense of history
Getsinger, K. D.
  2
Interaction of common carp with aquatic weeds in Argentine drainage channels
Sidorkewicj, N. S., A. C. L. Cazorla, K. J. Murphy, M. R. Sabbatini, O. A. Fernandez, and J. C. J. Domaniewski
  5
Physico-chemical factors influencing the control of torpedograss with glyphosate
Willard, T. R., D. G. Shilling, W. T. Haller, and K. A. Langeland
  11
A biogeographic perspective on Eurasian watermilfoil declines: Additional evidence for the role of herbivorous weevils in promoting declines?
Creed, R. P.
  16
An overview of the aquatic plant control research program
Gunkel, R. C., and J. W. Barko
  23
Overview of the ecological assessment technology area
Madsen, J. D.
  25
Predicting invasion success of Eurasian watermilfoil
Madsen, J. D.
  28
The aquatic macrophyte seed bank in Lake Onalaska, Wisconsin
McFarland, D. G., and S. J. Rogers
  33
Phenological studies of carbohydrate allocation in Hydrilla
Owens, C. S., and J. D. Madsen
  40
Techniques for establishing native aquatic plants
Smart, R. M., G. O. Dick, and R. D. Doyle
  44
Overview and future direction of biological control technology
Cofrancesco, A. F.
  49
Biological control of Hydrilla using an endemic fungal pathogen
Shearer, J. F.
  54
An active approach to the use of insect biological control for the management of non-native aquatic plants
Grodowitz, M. J.
  57
Chemical control research in the Corps of Engineers
Getsinger, K. D.
  61
Selective effects of aquatic herbicides on sago pondweed
Sprecher, S. L., K. D. Getsinger, and A. B. Stewart
  64
Low-dose metering of endothall for aquatic plant control in flowing water
Sisneros, D., M. Lichtwardt, and T. Greene
  69
Mesocosm evaluation of integrated fluridone fungal pathogen treatment on four submersed plants
Nelson, L. S., J. F. Shearer, and M. D. Netherland
  73
Computer tools developed for aquatic plant management
Madsen, J. D., M. J. Grodowitz, R. M. Stewart, S. Whitaker, and L. Jeffers
  78
Response of littoral fishes in upper Lake Marion, South Carolina following Hydrilla control by triploid grass carp
Killgore, K. J., J. P. Kirk, and J. W. Foltz
  82
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An evaluation of close-cut mechanical harvesting of Eurasian watermilfoil
Unmuth, J. M. L., D. J. Sloey, and R. A. Lillie
  93
Analysis of the recreational fishery and angler attitudes toward Hydrilla in Lake Seminole, a southeastern reservoir
Slipke, J. W., M. J. Maceina, and J. M. Grizzle
  101
Random amplified polymorphic DNA analysis of water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica) in Florida
Van, T. K., and P. T. Madeira
  107
Phytoene and carotene response of aquatic plants to fluridone under laboratory conditions
Sprecher, S. L., M. D. Netherland, and A. B. Stewart
  111
Competitive interactions between Eurasian watermilfoil and northern watermilfoil in experimental tanks
Valley, R. D., and R. M. Newman
  121
The potential of a summer drawdown to manage monoecious Hydrilla
Poovey, A. G., and S. H. Kay
  127
Using videotaped transects to estimate submersed plant abundance in Fall River, California
Spencer, D. F., and G. G. Ksander
  130
Seasonal biomass and carbohydrate allocation in dioecious Hydrilla
Madsen, J. D., and C. S. Owens
  138
Survey and evaluation of Mexican native fungi for potential biocontrol of waterhyacinth
Jimenez, M. M., and R. Charudattan
  145
Evaluation of four herbicides for management of American frogbit (Limnobium spongia)
Madsen, J. D., C. S. Owens, and K. D. Getsinger
  148
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