Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 43, 2005

January
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Use of Sediment Bioassays to Verify Efficacy of Caulerpa taxifolia Eradication Treatments
Lars W.J. Anderson, Wailun Tan, Rachel Woodfield, Robert Mooney and Keith Merkel
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Population Characteristics of Largemouth Bass Associated with Changes in Abundance of Submersed Aquatic Vegetation in Lake Seminole, Georgia
Steve M. Sammons, Michael J. Maceina and David G. Partridge
  9
Effect of Aquathol K Treatments on Activity Patterns of Largemouth Bass in Two Coves of Lake Seminole, Georgia
Steve M. Sammons and Michael J. Maceina
  17
Mapping and Distribution of Torpedograss and Evaluating the Effectiveness of Torpedograss Management Activities in Lake Okeechobee, Florida
Charles G. Hanlon and Mark Brady
  24
2,4-D and Mycoleptodiscus terrestris for control of Eurasian Watermilfoil
Linda S. Nelson and J.F. Shearer
  29
Effects of pH on Growth of Salvinia molesta Mitchell
Chetta S. Owens, R. Michael Smart, David R. Honnell  and Gary O. Dick
  34
Seed Longevity of Melaleuca quinquenervia:  A Burial Experiment in South Florida
Thai K. Van, Min b. Rayamajhi and Ted D. Center
  39
Assessment Method for Leaf Litters Allelopathic Effect on Cyanobacteria
Kumiko Tsuda, Noriko Takamura, Minoru Matsuyama and Yosiharu Fujii
  43
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Population Dynamics of Cyrtobagous salviniae on Common Salvinia in South Florida
Philip W. Tipping and T.D. Center
  47
Manual Control of Phragmites australis on Pondshores of Cape Cod National Seashore, Masachusetts, USA
Stephen M. Smith
  50
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July
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Does Long-Term Macrophyte Management in Lakes Affect Biotic Richness and Diversity?
Willard N. Harman, L.P. Hingula, and C.E. MacNamara
  57
Aquatic Vegetation, Largemouth Bass and Water Quality Responses to Low-Dose Fluridone Two Years Post Treatment
Mary Bremigan, S.M. Hanson, P.A. Soranno, K.S. Cheruvelil, and R.D. Valley
  65
Assessing Biological Control Damage of Giant Salvinia with Field Reflectance Measurements and Aerial Photography
James H. Everitt, D. Flores, C. Yang, and M.R. Davis
  76
Remote Sensing of Giant Reed with QuickBird Satellite Imagery
James H. Everitt, C. Yang, and C.J. Deloach
  81
Comparative Response of Two Hydrilla Strains to Fluridone
Angela G. Poovey, K.D. Getsinger, and A.B. Stewart
  85
Seasonal Growth of Waterhyacinth in the Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta, California
David F. Spencer and G.G. Ksander
  91
Responses of Hyalella azteca and Ceridaphnia dubia to Reservoir Sediments Following Chelated Copper Herbicide Applications
Jeffrey S. Gallagher, B.M. Duke, and J.H. Rodgers, Jr.
  95
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Evaluation of Several Commercial Algicides for Control of Odor-producing Cyanobacteria
Kevin K. Schrader
  100
Comparative Efficacy of Diquat for Control of Two Members of the Hydrocharitaceae:  Elodea and Hydrilla
Lee Ann Glomski, J.G. Skogerboe, and K.D. Getsinger
  103
Natural Suppression of the Aquatic Weed Salvinia molesta D.S. Mitchell, by Two Previously Unreported Fungal Pathogens
P. Sreerama Kumar, S. Ramani, and S.P. Singh
  105
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