Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 41, 2003

January
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Persistence and Non-target Impact of Imazapyr Associated with Smooth Cordgrass Control in an Estuary.
Kim Patten
  1
Mechanical and Chemical Control of Smooth Cordgrass in Waillapa Bay, Washington.
Walter W. Major III, C.E. Grue, J.M. Grassley, and L.L. Conquest
  6
The Influence of Formulation, Buffering, pH and Divalent Cations on the Activity of Endothall on Hydrilla.
Gregory E. MacDonald, R. Querns, D.G. Shilling, T.A. Bewick, and S.K. McDonald
  13
Control of Variable Watermilfoil in Bashan Lake, CT with 2,4-D:  Monitoring of Lake and Well Water.
Gregory J. Bugbee, Jason C. White, and Walter J.Krol
  18
Efficacy and Residue Comparisons between Two Slow-release Formulations of Fluridone.
Tyler J. Koschnick, W.T. Haller, V.V. Vandiver, and U. Santra
  25
Tilapia for Biological Control of Giant Salvinia.
Dennis McIntosh, Chad King, and Kevin Fitzsimmons
  28
Changes in Behavior, Movement, and Home Ranges of Largemouth Bass Following Large-scale Hydrilla Removal in Lake Seminole, Georgia.
Steve M. Sammons, Michael J. Maceina, and David G. Partridge
  31
Light Reflectance Characteristics and Remote Sensing of Waterlettuce.
J.H. Everitt, C. Yang, and D. Flores
  39
Physical Constraints to Aquatic Plant Growth in New Zealand Lakes.
Ian Hawes, T. Riis, D. Sutherland, and M. Flanagan
  44
Economic Impacts of Aquatic Vegetation to Angling in Two South Carolina Reservoirs.
Jim E. Henderson, James P. Kirk, Scott D. Lamprecht, and W. Eugene Hayes
  53
Nutrient Limitation of Periphyton in a Spring-Fed, Coastal Stream in Florida, USA.
Sky K. Notestein, T.K. Frazer, M.V. Hoyer, and D.E. Canfield, Jr.
  57
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Responses of St. Augustinegrass to Fluridone in Irrigation Water.
W. Andrew, W.T. Haller, and D.G. Shilling
  61
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July
Cover    
Influence of Dilute Acetic Acid Treatments on American Pondweed Winter Buds in the Nevada Irrigation District, California.
D. F. Spencer, C. L. Elmore, G. G. Ksander, and J. A. Roncoroni
  65
A Review of the Aquatic Environmental Fate of Triclopyr and its Major Metabolites.
David G. Petty, K. D. Getsinger, and K. B. Woodburn
  69
Combining Plant Pathogenic Fungi and the Leaf-Mining Fly, Hydrellia pakistanae, Increases Damage to Hydrilla.
Yasser M. Shabana, J. P. Cuda, and R. Charudattan
  76
A Review of Spartina Management in Washington State, US.
Paul Hedge, Lorne K. Kriwoken, and Kim Patten
  82
Longevity and Persistence of Triploid Grass Carp Stocked into the Santee Cooper Reservoirs of South Carolina.
James P. Kirk and Robin C. Socha
  90
Using Spatial Information Technologies to Detect and Map Waterhyacinth and Hydrilla Infestations in the Lower Rio Grande.
J. H. Everitt, M. A. Alaniz, and M. R. Davis
  93
Melaleuca in Florida: A Literature Review on the Taxonomy, Distribution, Biology, Ecology, Economic Importance and Control Measures.
Kristina Serbesoff-King
  98
Seasonal Biomass and Carbohydrate Allocation Patterns in Southern Minnesota Curlyleaf Pondweed Populations.
Thomas E. Woolf and John D. Madsen
  113
Measures of Plant Surface-areas for Eurasian Watermilfoil and Water Stargrass.
Pinar Balci and J. H. Kennedy
  119
Evaluation of Waterhyacinth and Paddy Straw Waste for Culture of Oyster Mushrooms.
M. Nageswaran, A. Gopalakrishnan, M. Ganesan, A. Vedhamurthy, and E. Selvaganapathy
  122
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Effects of Triclopyr on Variable-Leaf Watermilfoil.
Kurt D. Getsinger, Susan L. Sprecher, and Amy P. Smagula
  124
Clearigate Treatments for control of Giant Salvinia.
Lee Ann M. Glomski, L.S. Nelson, and J.G. Skogerboe.
  127
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