Missouri River Information Packets

The Missouri River is home to fascinating creatures, as well as many issues. That is why we felt it was necessary to develop information packets. In these packets, a broad range of information is introduced and discussed; from the giants who dwell in the depths, to the consequences of the interaction between cities and the Missouri River.  Each topic is accompanied by a summary description of what it is, why it is, and why it is important to the Missouri River. Listed below are the topics and links to each information packet separated into three main categories:

Invasive/Non-Native Species on the Missouri River 

Endangered Species on the Missouri River 

Human-Related Issues on the Missouri River 

To download all of the information packets directly visit: MOSpace Institutional Repository. 

Big thank you to the writers and designers of the information packets! This includes Josh Palmer, Student – University of Missouri; Leif Nordstrom, Student – University of Missouri; Claire Hassler, Student – University of Missouri; and Felicity Dykas, Head of Digital Service Department- the University of Missouri who made this vision a resource for the classroom.

 

We also could not have done it without the help from our numerous agency partners, these packets include expertise from Aaron DeLonay, Duane Chapman, Barry Poulton, Matt Strukhoff, Susannah Erwin, Carrie Elliott, and Rob Jacobson at the U.S. Geological Survey and Darby Niswonger, Chris Newbold, Bob Rives at the Missouri Department of Conservation.

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