Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 38, 2000


January
Cover    
Presidential Address
D. F. Spencer
  1
Interactions between American pondweed and monoecious hydrilla grown in mixtures
 D. F. Spencer and G. G. Ksander
   5
Population response of triploid grass carp to declining levels of hydrilla in the Santee Cooper Reservoirs, South Carolina
 J. P. Kirk, J. V. Morrow, Jr., K. J. Killgore, S. J. de Kozlowski, and J. W. Preacher
   14
Influence of water depth on the rate of expansion of giant cutgrass populations and management implications
A. M. Fox and W. T. Haller
   17
Influence of water temperature on the efficacy of diquat and endothall versus curlyleaf pondweed
M. D. Netherland, J. D. Skogerboe, C. S. Owens, and J. D. Madsen
   25
Monitoring hydrilla using two RAPD procedures and the Nonindigenous Aquatic Species database
P. T. Madeira, C. C. Jacono, and T. K. Van
   33
Comparison of Experimental Strategies to Control Torpedograss
C. G. Hanlon and K. Langeland
   40
Evaluation of macrophyte control in 38 Florida lakes using triploid grass carp
S. G. Hanlon, M. V. Hoyer, C. E. Cichra, and D. E. Canfield, Jr.
   48
Influence of sediment nutrients on growth of emergent Hygrophila
D. L. Sutton and P. M .Dingler
   55
Estimating above-ground biomass of Melaleuca quinquenervia in Florida, USA
T. K. Van, M. B. Rayachhertry, and T. D. Center
   62
NOTES    
Relative tolerance of mat-forming algae to copper
C. A. Lembi
   68
Herbicide evaluation for the control of wild taro
L. S. Nelson and K. D. Getsinger
   70
Manuscript Preparation Guide  73
Officers    
July
Special Issue: The Use of Native Insect Herbivores for the Management of Eurasian Watermilfoil    
Cover    
Letter from the editor
J. D. Madsen
   77
The weevil-watermilfoil interaction at different spatial scales: what we know and what we need to know
R. P. Creed, Jr.
   78
Eurasian watermilfoil biomass associated with insect herbivores in New York
R. L. Johnson, P. J. Van Dusen, J. A. Toner, and N. G. Hairston, Jr.
   82
Euhrychiopsis lecontei distribution, abundance, and experimental augmentations for Eurasian watermilfoil control in Wisconsin lakes
L. L. Jester, M. A. Bozek, D. R. Helsel, and S. P. Sheldon
   88
Temporal and spatial changes in milfoil distribution and biomass associated with weevils in Fish Lake, WI
R. A. Lillie
   98
A decline of Eurasian watermilfoil in Minnesota associated with the milfoil weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei
R. M. Newman and D. D. Biesboer
   105
Relationship between water quality, watermilfoil frequency, and weevil distribution in the State of Washington
M. Tamayo, C. E. Grue, and K. Hamel
   112
Factors to consider when using native biological control organisms to manage exotic plants
A. F. Cofrancesco
   117
Panel Discussion – Management of Eurasian watermilfoil in the United States using native insects: State regulatory and management issues
J. D. Madsen, H. A. Crosson, M. A. Hilovsky, and C. H. Welling
   121
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