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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 47, 2009

January
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Ecological Impact of Grass Carp: A Review of the Available Data,
Eric D. Dibble and K. Kovalenko
  1
A Triploid Grass Carp Risk Analysis Specific to Florida,
Paul W. Zajicek, T. Weier, S. Hardin, J. R. Cassani and V. Mudra
  15
Distribution and Abundance of the Milfoil Weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei , in Lake Minnetonka and Relation to Milfoil Harvesting,
 
  21
Alteration of Sediment Porewater Associated with a Eurasian Watermilfoil Invasion,
Mark W. Swinton and C.W. Boylan
  26
Effect of Fluridone on Macrophytes and Fish in a Coastal Washington Lake,
Jenifer K. Parsons, A. Couto, K. S. Hamel and G. E. Marx
  31
Evaluation of a Late Summer Imazapyr Treatment for Managing Giant Reed
(Arundo donax)
,
David F. Spencer, W. Tan, P. S. Liow, G. G. Ksander and L. C. Whitehand
  40
Integrating Acoustic Mapping into Operational Aquatic Plant Management: a case study in Wisconsin,
Bruce M. Sabol, J. Kannenberg and J. G. Skogerboe
  44
Fish Kills in Florida’s Canals, Creeks/Rivers, and Ponds/Lakes,
M. V. Hoyer, D. L. Watson, D. J. Willis and D. E. Canfield Jr
  53
Notes:    
Effect of pH on Germination of the Endemic Heather, Erica andevalensis,
Inmaculada Vecino-Bueno
,
S. Redondo-Gomez and M. Enrique Figueroa
  57
Combinations of Diquat and a Methylated Seed Oil Surfactant for Control of Common Duckweed and Watermeal,
Ryan M. Wersal and J. D. Madsen
  59
Residue Profile and Efficacy Comparisons between Two Liquid Formulations
of Fluridone
,
Brett W. Bultemeier, A. Puri, W. T. Haller and V. V. Vandiver, Jr
  63
The Influence of Macrophyte Cutting on the Hydraulic Resistance of
Lowland Rivers
,
Kris D. Bal and P. Meire
  65
Manuscript Preparation Guide   69
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Insect Herbivores of Aquatic and Wetland Plants in the United States:  a Checklist from Literature,
Nathan E. Harms and M.J. Grodowitz
  73
Effect of Root Fragment Length and Planting Depth on Clonal Establishment of Alligatorweed,
Y. Pan, Y.P. Geng, B. Li, and J,K. Chen
  96
Physiological and cellular ultrastructure responses for three grass species under submergence,
Hanping Xia, Kingfeng Zhang, Zhi An Li, Xuiqin Lu, and Shenglei Fu.
  100
Effect of Spray Tips and Mix Deposition on Common Water Hyacinth Growing with Varied Population Arrangements of Salvinia and Water Lettuce
Sidnei Roberto De Marchi, D. Martins, N.V. Da Costa, and V.D. Domingues
  110
Seasonal and Vertical Changes in the Surface Area/Biomass Ration of Potamogeton lucens L. in a Clear and a Turbid Shallow Lake,
Tonu Feldmann and P. Noges
  116
Can Hot Water be Used to Kill Eurasian Watermilfoil?
David L. Blumer, R.M. Newman, and F.K. Gleason
  122
Molecular Characterization of Eurasian Watermilfoil, Northern Milfoil, and the Invasive Interspecific Hybrid in Michigan Lakes,
Ann P. Sturtevant, N. Hatley, G.D. Pullman, R. Sheick, D. Shorez, A. Bordine, R. Mausolf, A. Lewis, R. Sutter, and A. Mortimer
  128
A Comparison of Internal and External Supply of Nutrients to Algal Mats in Two First Magnitude Springs in Florida
James O. Sickman, A. Albertin, M.W. Anderson, A. Pinowska, and R.J. Stevenson
  135
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Effect of a Combination of Two Rice Herbicides on the Cyanobacterium Nostoc spongiaeforme,
David F. Spencer, P.S. Liow, and C.A. Lembi
  145
Potential for Selective Activity of the ALS Inhibitors Penoxsulam, Bispyribac-Sodium, and Imazamox on Algae Responsible for Harmful Blooms,
Michael D. Netherland, C.A. Lembi, and L.M. Glomski
  147
Clonal Expansion of Cattail (Typha domingensis) in Everglades Stormwater Treatment Areas:  Implications for Alternative Management Strategies,
Louis A. Troth and J.P. Galloway
  151
Efficacy of 10 Broadcast Foliar-Applied Herbicide Treatments on Emergent Hygrophila (Hygrophila polysperma),
Brandon J. Fast, C.J. Gray, J.A. Ferrell, and G.E. MacDonald
  155
Evaluation of Mechanical Cutting to Control Littoral Purple Loosestrife Stands,
Keith R. Edwards and L. Comas
  158
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Introduction: Workshop on submersed aquatic plant research priorities
Mark D. Sytsma
1
The role of plant systematics in invasive aquatic plant management
Michael L. Moody, D. H. Les, and J. M. DiTomaso
7

Recent advances in biological control of submersed aquatic weeds
J. P. Cuda, R. Charudattan, M. J. Grodowitz, R. M. Newman, J. F. Shearer, M. L. Tamayo and B. Vilegas

15
Improvements in the use of aquatic herbicides and establishment of future research directions
Kurt. D. Getsinger, M. D. Netherland, C. E. Grue, and T. J. Koschnick
32
Cold tolerance of the axillary turions of two biotypes of hydrilla and northern watermilfoil
Kristine C. Maki and S. M. Galatowitsch
42
The management and ecology of the wetland grass, maidencane
Guerry O. Holm, Jr., and C. E. Sasser
51
Genetic diversity in smooth cordgrass from brown marsh areas of Louisiana
Prasanta K. Subudhi, N. P. Parami, M. D. Materne, and S. A. Harrison
60
Effect of metsulfuron methyl and 2,4-D on denseflower knotweed
Craig T. Mallison, B. Z. Thompson, B. Pouder, and R. S. Hestand III
68
Response of selected nontarget native Florida wetland plant species to metsulfuron methyl
Jeffrey T. Hutchinson and K. A. Langeland
72
Comparison of QuickBird and SPOT 5 satellite imagery for mapping giant reed
James H. Everitt, C. Yang, R. Fletcher, and C. J. Deloach
77
Experimental biomass assessment of three species of freshwater aquatic plants by horizontal acoustics
Eva Hohausova, J. Kubecka, J. Frouzova, S. Husak, and H. Balk
82
Comparative growth of giant reed (Arundo donax L.) from Florida, Texas, and California
D. F. Spencer, R. K. Stocker, P. S. Liow, L. C. Whitehand, G. G. Ksander, A. M. Fox, J. H. Everitt, and L. D. Quinn
89
Water regimen and depth affect hygrophila growth and establishment
Brandon J. Fast, C. J. Gray, J. A. Ferrell, G. E. MacDonald, and F. M. Fishel
97
Aquatic plant species distributions and associations in Arizona’s reservoirs
James E. Fulmer and A. T. Robinson
100
Characteristics of sediments associated with submersed plant communities in the lower Mobile River Delta, Alabama
Chad H. Newbolt, G. R. Hepp, and C. W. Wood
107
Resistance of vallisneria to invasion from hydrilla fragments
Chetta S. Owens, R. M. Smart, and G. O. Dick
113
Effects of water level fluctuation on Vallisneria americana Michx growth
Chetta S. Owens, R. M. Smart, and G. O. Dick
117
Effect of water temperature on 2,4-D ester and carfentrazone-ethyl applications for control of variable-leaf milfoil
LeeAnn M. Glomski, and M. D. Netherland
119
Shoot demographics for melaleuca and impacts of simulated herbivory on vegetative development
Cressida S. Silvers, P. D. Pratt, M. B. Rayamajhi, and T. D. Center
121
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Factors Influencing Reproduction in American Wild Celery: A Synthesis
Dwilette G. McFarland and D. J. Shafer
129
Biological Control of Eurasian watermilfoil by Euhrychiopsis lecontei: Assessing Efficacy and Timing of Sampling
Justin L. Reeves, P. D. Lorch, M. W. Kershner and M. A. Hilovsky
144
Sensitivity of Wild Rice (Zizania palustris L.) to the Aquatic Herbicide Triclopyr
John D. Madsen, R. M. Wersal, K. D. Getsinger and L. S. Nelson
150
Response of Selected Aquatic Invasive Weeds to Flumioxazin and
Carfentrazone-ethyl

Robert J. Richardson, R. L. Roten, A. M. West, S. L. True and A. P. Gardner
154
Comparison of Four Techniques to Control Elephant Ear
Eric Owen Atkins and P. S. Williamson
158
Comparison of Three Physical Management Techniques For Controlling Variable-leaf Milfoil in Maine Lakes
Jacolyn E. Bailey and J. K. Calhoun
163
Shade as a Management Tool for the Invasive Submerged Macrophyte, Cabomba caroliniana
Shon S. Schooler
168
Influence of Different Sodium Chloride Concentrations on Selected Physiological Responses of Salvinia
Safaa AI-Hamdani
172
Responses of Lepomis macrochirus, Pimephales promelas, Hyalella azteca,
Ceriodaphnia dubia, and Daphnia magna to Exposures of Algimycin® PWF and Copper Sulfate Pentahydrate

Brenda M. Johnson, M. M. Chao, O. R. Tedrow, A. D. McQueen and J. H. Rodgers, Jr
176
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Suction Dredge Removal of an Invasive Macrophyte From a Spring-fed River in
Central Texas, USA

Mara L. Alexander, R. D. Doyle, P. Power
184
Predicting Invasion of European Frogbit in the Finger Lakes of New York
Bin Zhu, M. E. Eppers and L. G. Rudstam
186
Control of West Indian Marsh Grass with Glyphosate and Imazapyr
Brent A. Sellers, R. Diaz, W. A. Overholt, K. A. Langeland and C. J. Gray
189
Efficacy of Fluridone, Penoxsulam, and Bispyribac-sodium on Variable-leaf Milfoil
LeeAnn M. Glomski and M. D. Netherland
193
Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle in Guadeloupe, French West Indies
Franck A. Maddi, F. Meurgey, and C. Delacruz
196
Impact of Insect Herbivory on the Establishment of Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle Fragments
Chetta S. Owens, M.J. Grodowitz, and R.M. Smart
199
Is Classical Biocontrol Using Fungi a Viable Option for Submersed Aquatic Plant Management?
Judy F. Shearer
202

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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume 45, 2007

January
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T.A.M.E. Melaleuca: a Regional Approach for Suppressing One of Florida’s Worst Weeds
Cressida S. Silvers, P.D. Pratt, A.P. Ferriter, and T.D. Center
  1
Naturalization and Biomass Allocation of the Invasive Tree Melaleuca quinquenervia in Wetlands in the Bahamas
Paul D. Pratt, M.B. Rayamajhi, C.S. Silvers, and A.P. Ferriter
  8
Establishment of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in Everglades Stormwater Treatment Areas: Value of Early Control of Torpedograss (Panicum repens)
Louis A. Toth
  17
Cattail Distribution and Abundance in North Dakota
Scott T. Ralston, G.M. Linz, W.J. Bleier, and H.J. Homan
  21
Using QuickBird Satellite Imagery to Distinguish Two Aquatic Weeds in South Texas
James H. Everitt and C. Yang
  25
A New Core Sampler for Estimating Biomass and Submersed Aquatic Macrophytes
John D. Madsen, R.M. Wersal, and T.E. Woolf
  31
The Impact of Diquat on Macrophytes and Water Quality in Battle Ground Lake, Washington
Jenifer K. Parsons, K.S. Hamel, and R. Wierenga
  35
Ornamental Plant Susceptibility to Diquat in Overhead Irrigation Water
Christopher R. Mudge, T.J. Koschnick, and W.T. Haller
  40
Eurasian Watermilfoil and Parrotfeather Control Using Carfentrazone-ethyl
Cody J. Gray, J.D. Madsen, R.M. Wersal, and K.D. Getsinger
  43
Effects of Three ALS-Inhibitors on Five Emergent Native Plant Species in Florida
Tyler J. Koschnick, M.D. Netherland and W.T. Haller
  47
Toxicity of Diquat and Endothall to Eastern Spiny Softshell Turtles (Apalone spinifera spinifera)
Eric A. Paul and H.A. Simonin
  52
Phytotoxicity of Selected Herbicides on Limpograss (Hemarthria altissima)
Brent A. Sellers, J.A. Ferrell, W.T. Haller, P. Mislevey, M.B. Adjei
  54
Effect of Glyphosate Rate and Spray Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume on Control of Giant Salvinia
Linda S. Nelson, L.M. Glomski, and D.N. Gladwin
  58
Effect of Propagule Type and Holding Method on Survival of Transplanted Water Willow (Justicia americana)
Paris D. Collingsworth, R.A. Oster, C.W. Hickey, R.C. Heidinger, and C.C. Kohler
  61
Subsurface Applications of Triclopyr and 2,4-D Amine for Control of Water Chestnut (Trapa natans L.)
Angela G. Poovey and K.D. Getsinger
  63
Manuscript Preparation Guide   67
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Can Dreissenid Attachment and Biodeposition Affect Submerged Macrophyte Growth?
Bin Zhu, C. M. Mayer, S. A. Heckathorn, and L. G. Rudstam
  71
In-vitro Investigations on Ultrasonic Control of Water Chestnut
Mei-Yin WU and J. Wu
  76
Evaluation of Barley Straw as an Alternative Algal Control Method in Northern California Rice Fields
David Spencer and Carole Lembi
  84
Identification and Genetic Characterization of Smooth Cordgrass for Coastal Wetland Restoration
Alicia B. Rran, B. C. Venuto, P. K. Subudhi, S. A. Harrison, R. A. Shadow, X. Fang, M. Materne, and H. Utomo
  90
Potential for Sediment-Applied Acetic Acid for Control of Invasive Spartina alterniflora
Lars W. J. Anderson
  100
Mapping Wild Taro with Color-infrared Aerial Photography and Image Processing
J. H. Everitt, C. Yang, and M. R. Davis
  106
Susceptibility of Eurasian Watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum ) and a Milfoil Hybrid (M. spicatum x M. sibiricum ) to Triclopyr and 2,4-D Amine
Angela G. Poovey, Jeremy G. Slade, and Michael D. Netherland
  111

Efficacy of Fluridone on Eurasian and Hybrid Watermilfoil
Jeremy G. Slade, Angela G. Poovey, and Michael D. Netherland

  116

Conversion of Torpedograss (Panicum repens) to Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in an Operational Stormwater Treatment Area for the Everglades
Louis A. Toth

  119

Effect of Prolonged Flooding on the Invader Spartina densiflora Brong.
Enrique Mateos-Naranjo, S. Redondo-Gomez, J. Silva, R. Santos, and M. E. Figueroa

  121

Impacts of Deltamethrin Spray on Adults of the Giant Salvinia Biocontrol Agent, Cyrtobagous salviniae
Chandrasekar Naidu Kurugundla and Oarabile Serumola

  124

Effect of Different Factors on Growth and Spore Production of a Colletotrichum sp., a Potential Biocontrol Agent for Waterhyacinth
Yi Ding, Jian J. Chu, Zhen F. Gu, and Qi J. Zhuang

  129

Comparison of Imazapyr and Imazamox for Control of Parrotfeather (Myriophyllum aquaticum (Vell.) Verdc.)
Ryan M. Wersal and John D. Madsen

  132

Efficacy of Diquat and Carfentrazone-ethyl on Variable-leaf Milfoil
Leeann M. Glomski and Michael D. Netherland

  136
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A review of grass carp use for aquatic weed control and its impact on water bodies.
I. Pipalova
  1
Herbicide trials for the control of parrotsfeather
Deborah E. Hofstra, P.D. Champion, and T.M. Douglas
  13
Effects of a low-dose fluridone treatment on submersed aquatic vegetation in a eutrophic Minnesota lake dominated by Eurasian watermilfoil and coontail
Ray D. Valley, W. Crowell, C.H. Welling, and N. Proulx
  19
Littoral habitat heterogeneity and shifts in plant composition relative to a fall whole-lake fluridone application in Perch Lake, MI
Christine L. Pedlow, E.D. Dibble, and K.D. Getsinger
  26
Impact of management on the sprouting of dioecious hydrilla tubers
M.D. Netherland and W.T. Haller
  32
Nursery Production techniques for obligate wetland species
Kimberly K. Moore, L. Fisher, and D.L. Sutton
  37
Control costs, operation, and permitting issues for non-chemical plant control:  Case studies in the San Francisco Bay-Delta region, California
Ben K. Greenfield, M. Blankinship, and T.J. McNabb
  40
Evaluation of waterhyacinth survival and growth in the Sacramento Delta, California, following cutting
D.F. Spencer, G.G. Ksander, M.J. Donovan, P.S. Liow, W.K. Chan, B.K. Greenfield, S.B. Shonkoff, and S.P. Andrews
  50
Evaluation impacts of Lake MaidTM plant control
Nicole David, Ben K. Greenfield, and Geoffrey S. Siemering
  60
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Effect of Carfentrazone-ethyl on Three Aquatic Macrophytes
Lee Ann M. Glomski, Angela G. Poovey, and Kurt D. Getsinger
  67
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Evaluating the feasibility of planting aquatic plants in shallow lakes in the Mississippi Delta
Peter C. Smily, Jr., and Eric D. Dibble
  73
Feasibility of an implantable capsule for limiting lifespan of grass carp
R. Mathew Thomas, L.E. Miranda, and J.P. Kirk
  80
Fish and macroinvertebrates in lowland drainage canals with and without grass carp
Brendan J. Hicks, H.J. Bannon, and R.D.S. Wells
  89
Management of hydrilla in the Santee Cooper reservoirs, South Carolina: Experiences from 1982 to 2004.
James P. Kirk, and J.E. Henderson
  98
Angler awareness of aquatic invasive species in Manitoba
Cory J. Lindgren
  103
Water nutrients, plant nutrients, and indicators of biological control on waterhyacinth at Texas field sites
Patrick J. Moran
  109
Biological control of giant salvinia in East Texas waterways and the impact on dissolved oxygen levels
Daniel Flores and J.W. Carlson
  115
Efficacy of diquat on submersed plants treated under simulated flowing water conditions
John G. Skogerboe, K.D. Getsinger, and L.M. Glomski
  122
Effects of copper chelating agents on diquat activity in diquat resistant landoltia
Tyler J. Koschnick and W.T. Haller
  125
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Effects of repeated fluridone treatments over nine years to control Eurasian watermilfoil in a mesotrphic lake
Wendy J. Crowell, N.A. Proulx, and C.H. Welling
  133
Carfentrazone-ethyl for control of giant salvinia
Lee Ann M. Glomski and K.D. Getsinger
  136
The re-growth capacity of sago pondweed following mechanical cutting
Kris D. Bal, S. Van Belleghem, E. de Deckere, and P. Meire
  139
Host plant preference of Mansonia mosquitoes
A. Ghosh, D. Biswas, and S.N. Chatterjee
  142
Viability of hydrilla fragments exposed to different levels of insect herbivory
Chetta S. Owens, M.J. Grodowitz, R.M. Smart, N.E. Harms, and J.M. Nachtrieb
  145
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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
  1
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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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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Comparison of Torpedograss and Pickerelweed Susceptibility to Glyphosate
Lyn A. Gettys and David L. Sutton
  1
The Use of Herbicides to Control Hydrilla and the Effects on Young Largemouth Bass Population Characteristics and Aquatic Vegetation in Lake Seminole, Georgia
Michael J. Maceina and Jeffery W. Slipke
  5
Non-target Impacts to Eelgrass from Treatments to Control Spartina in Willapa Bay, Washington
Walter W. Major III, Christian E. Grue, James M. Grassley, and Loveday L. Conquest
  11
Review of World Literature on Water Chestnut with Implications for Management in North America
Meredith Hummel and Erik Kiviat
  17
An Improved Molecular Tool for Distinguishing Monoecious and Dioedious Hydrilla
Paul T. Madeira, Thai K. Van, and Ted D. Center
  28
The Effects of Grass Carp on Aquatic Plants, Plankton and Benthos in Ponds
Mine Kirkagac and N. Demir
  32
Vegetation Response to Cattail Management at Cheyenne Bottoms, Kansas
Richard M. Kostecke, L.M. Smith, and H.M. Hands
  39
Do Tissue Carbon and Nitrogen Limit Population Growth of Weevils Introduced to Control Waterhyacinth at a Site in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California?
David F. Spencer and Gregory G. Ksander
  45
Grazing by Manatees Excludes Both New and Established Wild Celery Transplants:  Implications for Restoration in Kings Bay, FL, USA
Jennifer Hauxwell, T.K. Frazer, and C.W. Osenberg
  49
Potential Use of Remote Sensing to Assess Effects of Wave Action on Plant Re-establishment
Kimberly I Tugend, M.S. Allen, and M.W. Binford
  54
Heavy Metal Phytoremediation by Water Hyacinth at Constructed Wetlands in Taiwan
Hao-Wei Liao and Wen-Lian Chang
  60
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Growth and Nitrate-Nitrogen Uptake by the Cyanobacterium Lyngbya wollei
Bruce C. Cowell and Clinton J. Dawes
  69
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The Rise and Fall of Water Hyacinth in Lake Victoria and the Kagera River Basin, 1989-2001
Thomas P. Albright, T.G. Moorhouse and T.J. McNabb
  73
Spatial Distribution of Macroinvertebrates Inhabiting Hydrilla and Coontail Beds in the Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana
Jose-Checo Colon-Gaud, W.E. Kelso and D.A. Rutherford
  85
Low Temperature Limits of Giant Salvinia
Chetta S. Owens, R. Michael Smart, and R. Michael Stewart
  91
A Cylindrical Chopper with Crusher for Water Hyacinth Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume and Biomass Reduction
Shailendra M. Mathur and P. Singh
  95
Changes in Fruit Size, Fruit Dry Matter and Carbohydrate Composition at Different Stages in Developing Water Chestnut Fruit
S. Roy Chowdhury, N. Sahoo and H.N. Verma
  99
Carfentrazone-ethyl Pond Dissipation and Efficacy on Floating Plants
Tyler J. Koschnick, W.T. Haller and A.W. Chen
  103
The Impact of Endothall on the Aquatic Plant Community of Kress Lake, Washington
Jenifer K. Parsons, K.S. Hamel, S.L. O’Neal and A.W. Moore
  109
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Selectivity of Metsulfuron Methyl to Six Common Littoral Species in Florida
Tomas Chiconela, T.J. Koschnick and W.T. Haller
  115
Regeneration of Giant Salvinia from Apical and Axillary Buds following Desiccation or Physical Damage
Chetta S. Owens, R. Michael Smart and Gary O. Dick
  117
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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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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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Cover    
Endothall Species Selectivity Evaluations: Northern Latitude Aquatic Plant Community
John G. Skogerboe and K.D. Getsinger
  1
Impacts of Inorganic Tubidity on Diquat Efficacy Against Egeria Densa
Angela G. Poovey and K.D. Getsinger
  6
Remote Sensing of Giant Salvinia in Texas Waterways
J.H. Everitt, C. Yang, R.J. Helton, L.H. Hartmann and M.R. Davis
  11
The Search for Exudates from Eurasian Watermilfoil and Hydrilla
Lee Ann Glomski, K.V. Wood, R.L. Nicholson, and C.A. Lembi
  17
Litter Dynamics and Phenology of Melaleuca quinquenervia in South Florida
T.K. Van, M.B. Rayachhetry, T.D. Center, and P.D. Pratt
  22
The Influence of Disparate Levels of Submersed Aquatic Vegetation on Largemouth Bass Population Characteristics in a Georgia Reservoir
Stephen J. Brown and M.J. Maceina
  28
Water Quality Impacts of Mechanical Shredding of Aquatic Macrophytes
William F. James, J.W. Barko and H.L. Eakin
  36
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Free-water Depth as a Management Tool for Constructed Wetlands
Michael Borst, A.L. Riscassi, L. Estime and E.A. Fassman
  43
Control of Eurasian Watermilfoil in NNR Brehynsky Fishpond Near Doksy, Czech Republic
Lubomir Adamec and Stepan Husak
  45
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Evaluation of a New Formulation of Reward Landscape and Aquatic Herbicide for Control of Duckweed, Waterhyacinth, Waterlettuce, and Hydrilla
Ken A. Langelend, O.N. Hill, T.J. Koschnick and W.T. Haller
  51
Efficacy of Glyphosate and Five Surfactants for Controlling Giant Salvinia
James F. Fairchild, A.L. Allert, J.S. Riddle and D.R. Gladwin
  53
Fluridone Effects on Fanwort and Water Marigold
Linda S. Nelson, A.B. Stewart and K.D. Getsinger
  58
Spring Treatments of Diquat and Endothall for Curlyleaf Pondweed Control
Angela G. Poovey, J.G. Skogerboe, and C.S. Owens
  63
Activity of Endothall on Hydrilla
Gregory E. MacDonald, R. Querns, D.G. Shilling, S.K. McDonald and T.A. Bewick
  68
Response of Sago Pondweed to Combinations of Low-dose Diquat, Cutting, and Shade
Yousef Filizadeh and Kevin J. Murphy
  72
The Potential Role of Endophytic Fungus in the Decline of Stressed Eurasian Watermilfoil
Judy F. Shearer
  76
Effects of Selective Removal of Eurasian Watermilfoil on Age-0 Largemouth Bass Piscivory and Growth in Southern Michigan Lakes
Rahman D. Valley and M.T. Bremigan
  79
Biological Attributes of the Canopy-Held Melaleuca Seeds in Australia and Florida, US
Min B. Rayamajhi, Thai K Van, Ted D. Center, John A Goolsby, Paul D. Pratt and Alex Racelis
  87
Light and Temperature Effects on the Growth of Wild Celery and Hydrilla
Nancy B. Rybicki and Virginia Carter
  92
Impacts of Carbohydrate Depletion by Repeated Clipping on the Production of Subterranean Turions by Dioecious Hydrilla
Alison M. Fox, W.T. Haller and J.P. Cuda
  99
Inhibition of Onion Germination and Root Growth by Cattail Extracts Involves Reduced Cell Proliferation and Disruption of Cell Wall Integrity
M.T. Gallardo-Williams, R.L. Barton, P.M. Dorris and D.F. Martin
  105
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Proceedings Issue, 40th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA,
Cover    
Presidential Address: Footprints for the future
J. L. Decell
   1
Keynote Address: The age of water scarcity: In search of a new paradigm in aquatic weed control
W. Van Vierssen, P. J. M Van Hofwegen, and J. E. Vermaat
   3
Sea Grant and invasive aquatic plants: A national outreach initiative
H. M. Crawford, D. A. Jensen, B. Peichel, P. M. Charlebois, B. A. Doll, S. H.
Kay, V. A. Ramey, and M. B. O’Leary
   8
Managing submersed aquatic plants in the Sydney International Regatta Centre, Australia
D. E. Roberts, G. R. Sainty, S. P. Cummins, G. J. Hunter, and L. W. J. Anderson
   12
Alligator weed: Tasty vegetable in Australian backyards?
L. Gunasekera and J. Bonila
   17
Evaluation of selected herbicides for the control of exotic submerged weeds in New Zealand: I. The use of endothall, triclopyr and dichlobenil
D. E. Hofstra and J. S. Clayton
   20
Evaluation of selected herbicides for the control of exotic submerged weeds in New Zealand: II. The effects of turbidity on diquat and endothall efficacy
D. E. Hofstra, J. S. Clayton, and K. D. Getsinger
   25
The management of giant hogweed in an Irish river catchment
J. M. Caffrey
   28
Removal of aqueous selenium by four aquatic plants
K. M. Carvalho and D. F. Martin
   33
Species traits, species richness and the resilience of wetlands after disturbance
K. A. M. Engelhardt and J. A. Kadlec
   36
Effects of hypoxia on fish assemblages in a vegetated waterbody
K. J. Killgore and J. J. Hoover
   40
Soluble sugar concentrations associated with tuber and winter bud sprouting
D. F. Spencer, F. J. Ryan, L. Aung, and G. G. Ksander
   45
Herbicide evaluation against giant salvinia
L. S. Nelson, J. G. Skogerboe, and K. D. Getsinger
   48
Effects of water and copper complexes in combination with Reward® herbicide
S. J. Kammerer and T. M. Ledson
53
Herbicide / copper combinations for improved control of Hydrilla verticillata
T. G. Pennington, J. G. Skogerboe, and K. D. Getsinger
   56
Movements of triploid grass carp in the Cooper River, South Carolina
J. P. Kirk, K. J. Killgore, J. V. Morrow, Jr., S. D. Lamprecht, and D. W. Cooke
   59
Overwinter habitat and the relationship of overwinter to in-lake densities of the milfoil weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei, a Eurasian watermilfoil biological control agent
R. M. Newman, D. W. Ragsdale, A. Milles, and C. Oien
   63
Epiphytic macroinvertebrates along a gradient of Eurasian watermilfoil cover
K. S. Cheruvelil, P. A. Soranno, and J. D. Madsen
   67
Washington’s aquatic plant quarantine
K. S. Hamel and J. K. Parsons
   72
Dispersal of native and nonnative aquatic plant species in the Sane Marcos River Texas,
C. S. Owens, J. D. Madsen, R. M. Smart, and R. M. Stewart
   75
The use of stream delta surveillance as a tool for early detection of Eurasian watermilfoil
L. W. Eichler, E. A. Howe, and C. W. Boylen
   79
Effects of water column nutrient enrichment on the growth of Potamogeton maackianus
A. Been, L. Ni
   83
Mail order, the internet, and invasive aquatic weeds
S. H. Kay and S. T. Hoyle
   88
Manuscript Preparation Guide    92
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Laboratory and greenhouse studies of microbial products used to biologically control algae
Robert J. Duvall and L.W.J. Anderson
  95
Pond enclosure evaluations of microbial products and chemical algicides used in lake management
Robert J. Duvall, L.W.J. Anderson and C.R. Goldman
  99
Physical and vegetative characteristics of floating islands
Craig T. Mallison, R.K. Stocker and C.E. Cichra
  107
Simazine toxicity and uptake by parrotfeather
Patrick C. Wilson, T. Whitwell and S.J. Klaine
  112
The use of 2,4-D for selective control of an early infestation of eurasian watermilfoil in Loon Lake, Washington
Jenifer K. Parsons, K.S. Hamel, J.D. Madsen and K.D. Getsinger
  117
Control of dioecious New Zealand hydrilla using fluridone in mesocosms
Deborah H. Hofstra and J.S. Clayton
  125
Endothall species selectivity evaluations
John G. Skogerboe and K.D. Getsinger
  129
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Dynamics of a pioneer population of eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.) in a shallow Lake Erie wetland
Robert S. Whyte and D.A. Franko
  136
Importation, rearing, release and establishment of Neochetina bruchi (Coleoptera Curculionidae) for the biological control of water hyacinth in Mexico
M. Martinez Jimenez, E. Guiterrez Lopez, R. Huerto Delgadillo, and E. Ruiz Franco
  140
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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
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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
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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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