Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 54, 2016

Below are the article titles for JAPM for 2016.

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January

Monoecious hydrilla – a review of the literature
Sarah True-Meadows, Erika J. Haug, and Robert J. Richardson
1

Monoecious hydrilla tuber dynamics following various management regimes on four North Carolina reservoirs.
Justin J. Nawrocki, Rob J. Richardson, and Steve T. Hoyle
12

Compatibility of an insect, a fungus, and a herbicide for integrated pest management of dioecious hydrilla.
James. P. Cuda, Judy. F. Shearer, Emma N. I. Weeks, Eutychus Kariuki, Jilie Baniszewski, and Mihai Giurcanu
20

Response of seven aquatic plants to a new arylpicolinate herbicide
Robert J. Richardson, Erika Haug, and Michael D. Netherland
26
Evaluation of foliar herbicide and surfactant combinations for control of giant salvinia at three application timings.
Christopher R. Mudge, Alexander J. Perret, and Jonathan R. Winslow
32
The influence of invasive aquatic plant removal on diets of bluegill in Minnesota lakes
Krisan M. Webb, Rachel E. Schultz, and Eric D. Dibble
37
NOTES
Potential utility of environmental DNA for early detection of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum).
Jeremy Newton, Adam Sepulveda, Kevin Sylvester, and Ryan Thum
46
Impact of herbicide retention time on the efficacy of foliar treatments for control of crested floating heart.
Leeann Glomski and Michael D. Netherland
50
July
Stem fragment regrowth of Hydrilla verticillata following desiccation
Julie Baniszewski, James P. Cuda, Salvador A. Gezan, Shweta Sharma, and Emma N. I. Weeks*
53
Management of flowering rush in the Detroit Lakes, Minnesota
John D. Madsen, Bradley Sartain, Gray Turnage, and Michelle Marko*
61
Efficacy of combinations of diquat or triclopyr with fluridone for control of flowering rush
John D. Madsen, Gray Turnage, and Kurt Getsinger*
68
An investigation of the reproductive ecology of crab’s-claw in the Trent River, Ontario, Canada
Nicholas Weissflog and Eric Sager*
72
Predicting drivers of nuisance macrophyte cover in a regulated California stream using boosted regression tree models
Emily P. Zefferman and David J. Harris*
78
Littoral sediment accumulation ten years after muck removal in Lake Tohopekaliga, Florida
Mark V. Hoyer, Michael D. Netherland, and Dean Jones*
87
CASE STUDY
Spatial and temporal variation of aquatic plant abundance: Quantifying change
Ray D. Valley*
95
NOTES
Importance of size and nitrogen content in establishment of Brazilian egeria (Egeria densa) fragments
Toni G. Pennington and Mark D. Sytsma*
102
Use of an inexpensive chlorophyll meter to predict nitrogen levels in leaf tissues of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes)
Michael J. Grodowitz, Nathan E. Harms, and Jan E. Freedman*
106
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