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Journal of Aquatic Plant Management

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Journal Special Issues

1Special Issue: The Delta Region Areawide Aquatic Weed Project
John D. Madsen, Guest Editor
2An overview of the Delta Region Areawide Aquatic Weed Project for Improved control of Invasive aquatic weeds in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
Patrick J. Moran, John D. Madsen, Paul D. Pratt, David L. Bubenheim, Edward Hard, Thomas Jabusch, and Raymond I. Carruthers
Biology and Ecology
16Seasonal growth and phenology of water hyacinth, curlyleaf pondweed, and Brazilian egeria in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta
John D. Madsen, Christy M. Morgan, and John Miskella
28Water temperature controls the growth of waterhyacinth and South American sponge plant
John D. Madsen and Christy M. Morgan
33Invasive aquatic weeds influence abundance of larval mosquitoes and other invertebrates
Maribel A. Portilla, Patrick Moran, and Sharon P. Lawler
41Mapping waterhyacinth drift and dispersal in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta using GPS trackers
John J. Miskella and John D. Madsen
Monitoring
46Remote sensing and mapping of floating aquatic vegetation in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta
David Bubenheim, Vanessa Genovese, John D. Madsen, and Edward Hard
Management Techniques
55Biological control of invasive plants in California’s Delta: Past, present, and future
Paul D. Pratt, Patrick M. Moran, Michael J. Pitcairn, Angelica Reddy, and Jon O’Brien
67Biological control of invasive water primroses, Ludwigia spp., in the United States: A feasibility assessment
Angelica M. Reddy, Paul D. Pratt, Brenda J. Grewell, Nathan E. Harms, Guillermo Cabrera Walsh, M. Christina Hernández, Ana Faltlhauser, and Ximena Cibils-Stewart
78New herbicides and tank mixes for control of waterhyacinth in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
Guy B Kyser, John D. Madsen, John Miskella, and Jon O’Brien
82Dissolved oxygen under waterhyacinth following herbicide application
John J. Miskella, John D. Madsen, Angela Llaban, and Edward Hard
90Brazilian egeria herbicide mesocosm and field trials for managing the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta
John D. Madsen, Christy Morgan, John Miskella, Guy Kyser, Patricia Gilbert, Jon O’Brien, and Kurt D. Getsinger
Modeling
98Bioeconomic modeling of floating aquatic weeds in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta
Karen M. Jetter, John Madsen, David Bubenheim, and Junjun Dong
107Modeling nitrogen runoff from Sacramento and San Joaquin river basins to Bay Delta Estuary: Current status and ecological implications
Ruoyu Wang, Huajin Chen, David Bubenheim, Patrick Moran, and Minghua Zhang
Operations
112Operational aquatic weed management in the California Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta
Jeffrey Caudill, John D. Madsen, and Wendy Pratt

Journal Issues

January
1Integrating DNA fingerprinting of invasive watermilfoil strains into aquatic vegetation monitoring and assessment
Kathryn A. Gannon, Raymond M. Newman, and Ryan A. Thum
(abstract only)
Integrating DNA fingerprinting of invasive watermilfoil strains into aquatic vegetation monitoring and assessment
Kathryn A. Gannon, Raymond M. Newman, and Ryan A. Thum
10Small-scale evaluations of select pesticides for development of management recommendations for starry stonewort (Nitellopis obtusa)
Ryan M. Wersal
(abstract only)
Small-scale evaluations of select pesticides for development of management recommendations for starry stonewort (Nitellopis obtusa)
Ryan M. Wersal
16Evaluation of florpyrauxifen-benzyl on invasive hybrid watermilfoil in a central Minnesota lake
Kylie Bloodsworth Cattoor, April Londo, Jake Walsh, and Keegan Lund
(abstract only)
Evaluation of florpyrauxifen-benzyl on invasive hybrid watermilfoil in a central Minnesota lake
Kylie Bloodsworth Cattoor, April Londo, Jake Walsh, and Keegan Lund
23Integrated management of hydrilla with two biological control agents and a herbicide
Emma N. I. Weeks, Mark V. Hoyer, Jason P. Bennett, Mark A. Jackson, and James P. Cuda
(abstract only)
Integrated management of hydrilla with two biological control agents and a herbicide
Emma N. I. Weeks, Mark V. Hoyer, Jason P. Bennett, Mark A. Jackson, and James P. Cuda
34Endothall absorption and translocation by curly-leaved and sago pondweed
Mirella F. Ortiz, Scott J. Nissen, and Cody J. Gray
(abstract only)
Endothall absorption and translocation by curly-leaved and sago pondweed
Mirella F. Ortiz, Scott J. Nissen, and Cody J. Gray
39Operational-scale validation of a winter-use pattern for endothall to control submersed aquatic weeds in ponded Australian irrigation canals
Tony M. Dugdale, Md. Shahidul Islam, Trevor D. Hunt, Kym L. Butler, Zhiqian Liu, and Daniel Clements
(abstract only)
Operational-scale validation of a winter-use pattern for endothall to control submersed aquatic weeds in ponded Australian irrigation canals
Tony M. Dugdale, Md. Shahidul Islam, Trevor D. Hunt, Kym L. Butler, Zhiqian Liu, and Daniel Clements
48NOTES
Impact of the fungal pathogen, SPFG, on the Salvinia molesta Mitchell biological control agent, Cyrtobagous salviniae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
Michael J. Grodowitz, Brad Elliott, Rodrigo Diaz, Doug Boyette, Mark Weaver, and Kenneth Stetina
NOTES
(abstract only)
Impact of the fungal pathogen, SPFG, on the Salvinia molesta Mitchell biological control agent, Cyrtobagous salviniae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
Michael J. Grodowitz, Brad Elliott, Rodrigo Diaz, Doug Boyette, Mark Weaver, and Kenneth Stetina
January
1(Open Access)
Molecular confirmation of hybridization with invasive curly-leaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus) in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta, California
Ajay R. Jones and Ryan A. Thum
7Sensitivity of nontarget aquatic and terrestrial plants to metsulfuron-methyl exposure by foliar spray or irrigation
William J. Prevost, Christopher R. Mudge, Benjamin P. Sperry, Kathryn K. Fontenot, and Ronald E. Strahan
(abstract only)
Sensitivity of nontarget aquatic and terrestrial plants to metsulfuron-methyl exposure by foliar spray or irrigation
William J. Prevost, Christopher R. Mudge, Benjamin P. Sperry, Kathryn K. Fontenot, and Ronald E. Strahan
14Evaluation of foliar and subsurface applications of metsulfuron-methyl for control of giant salvinia
William J. Prevost, Christopher R. Mudge, Kathryn K. Fontenot, and Ronald E. Strahan
(abstract only)
Evaluation of foliar and subsurface applications of metsulfuron-methyl for control of giant salvinia
William J. Prevost, Christopher R. Mudge, Kathryn K. Fontenot, and Ronald E. Strahan
20Observations of a submersed field application of florpyrauxifen-benzyl suppressing hydrilla in a small lake in central Florida
Benjamin P. Sperry, James K. Leary, K. Dean Jones, and Jason A. Ferrell
(abstract only)
Observations of a submersed field application of florpyrauxifen-benzyl suppressing hydrilla in a small lake in central Florida
Benjamin P. Sperry, James K. Leary, K. Dean Jones, and Jason A. Ferrell
27(Open Access)
Evaluation of flumioxazin on seven submersed macrophytes in New Zealand
Deborah Hofstra, Daniel Clements, Denise Rendle, and Paul Champion
35(Open Access)
Response of fanwort (Cabomba caroliniana) to selected aquatic herbicides in New Zealand
Deborah Hofstra, Daniel Clements, Denise Rendle, and Paul Champion
40Using contact herbicides for control of duckweed and watermeal with implications for management
Ryan M. Wersal and G. Turnage
(abstract only)
Using contact herbicides for control of duckweed and watermeal with implications for management
Ryan M. Wersal and G. Turnage
46Effect of carrier volume and adjuvant with foliar applications of triclopyr on Brazilian peppertree
Benjamin P. Sperry, Stephen F. Enloe, and James K. Leary
(abstract only)
Effect of carrier volume and adjuvant with foliar applications of triclopyr on Brazilian peppertree
Benjamin P. Sperry, Stephen F. Enloe, and James K. Leary
52NOTES
Evaluation of diquat, endothall, and diquat plus endothall under short exposure times for the management of flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus)
Bradley T. Sartain, Kurt D. Getsinger, and Damian J. Walter
(title only)
Evaluation of diquat, endothall, and diquat plus endothall under short exposure times for the management of flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus)
Bradley T. Sartain, Kurt D. Getsinger, and Damian J. Walter
July
57Nutrients enhance the negative impact of an invasive floating plant on water quality and a submerged macrophyte
Charles F. Wahl, Rodrigo Diaz, and Michael Kaller
(abstract only)
Nutrients enhance the negative impact of an invasive floating plant on water quality and a submerged macrophyte
Charles F. Wahl, Rodrigo Diaz, and Michael Kaller
66(Open Access)
Evaluation of florpyrauxifen-benzyl to control three problematic submersed macrophytes in New Zealand
Andrew W. Howell, Deborah E. Hofstra, Mark A. Heilman, and Robert J. Richardson
72Aquatic macrophyte community shifts in five shallow lakes in Sibley County, Minnesota
Samuel A. Schmid and R. M. Wersal
(abstract only)
Aquatic macrophyte community shifts in five shallow lakes in Sibley County, Minnesota
Samuel A. Schmid and R. M. Wersal
79Effect of florpyrauxifen-benzyl concentration-exposure time on hygrophila and rotala
Lyn A. Gettys, Kyle L. Thayer, Mark A. Heilman, and Erika M. Van Goethem
(abstract only)
Effect of florpyrauxifen-benzyl concentration-exposure time on hygrophila and rotala
Lyn A. Gettys, Kyle L. Thayer, Mark A. Heilman, and Erika M. Van Goethem
85Drawdown herbicide applications for control of flowering rush on dewatered littoral sites
Kurt D. Getsinger and John D. Madsen
(abstract only)
Drawdown herbicide applications for control of flowering rush on dewatered littoral sites
Kurt D. Getsinger and John D. Madsen
90NOTES
Removal of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) and native plant recovery in a Mediterranean permanent pool
Juan Garcia-de-Lomas, Ruben Gonzalez, and Elias D. Dana
(title only)
Removal of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) and native plant recovery in a Mediterranean permanent pool
Juan Garcia-de-Lomas, Ruben Gonzalez, and Elias D. Dana
94NOTES
Evaluation of two ALS inhibiting herbicides on nontarget native aquatic and wetland plants
Lyn A. Gettys and William T. Haller
(title only)
Evaluation of two ALS inhibiting herbicides on nontarget native aquatic and wetland plants
Lyn A. Gettys and William T. Haller
99(Open Access)
Manuscript Preparation Guide
January
1Evidence for a genetically distinct strain of introduced Hydrilla verticillata (Hydrocharitaceae) in North America
Nicholas P. Tippery, Gregory J. Bugbee, and Summer E. Stebbins
(abstract only)
Evidence for a genetically distinct strain of introduced Hydrilla verticillata (Hydrocharitaceae) in North America
Nicholas P. Tippery, Gregory J. Bugbee, and Summer E. Stebbins
7(Open Access)
Desiccation tolerance of the invasive alga starry stonewort (Nitellopsis obtusa) as an indicator of overland spread risk
Wesley J. Glisson, Carli K. Wagner, Michael R. Verhoeven, Ranjan Muthukrishnan, Rafael Contreras-Rangel, and Daniel J. Larkin
19(Open Access)
Survivability of starry stonewort bulbils using commonly available decontamination strategies
Stephen D. Gottschalk and Kenneth G. Karol
26Chemical control of torpedograss and common reed under altered salinity conditions
Candice M. Prince and Gregory E. MacDonald
(abstract only)
Chemical control of torpedograss and common reed under altered salinity conditions
Candice M. Prince and Gregory E. MacDonald
36Evaluation of fluazifop-P-butyl for para grass and torpedograss control in aquatic and wetland sites
Stephen F. Enloe, Kaitlyn H. Quincy, Michael D. Netherland, and Dwight K. Lauer
(abstract only)
Evaluation of fluazifop-P-butyl for para grass and torpedograss control in aquatic and wetland sites
Stephen F. Enloe, Kaitlyn H. Quincy, Michael D. Netherland, and Dwight K. Lauer
41The effects of leaf litter on the filamentous alga Cladophora sp., with an emphasis on photosynthetic physioresponses
Liu Shao, Yuxin Shi, Yiqin Chen, Anglu Shen
(abstract only)
The effects of leaf litter on the filamentous alga Cladophora sp., with an emphasis on photosynthetic physioresponses
Liu Shao, Yuxin Shi, Yiqin Chen, Anglu Shen
47Legacy herbicides in lake sediments are not preventing the growth of submersed aquatic plants in Lake Istokpoga
Mark V. Hoyer, William T. Haller, Jason Ferrell, and Dean Jones
(abstract only)
Legacy herbicides in lake sediments are not preventing the growth of submersed aquatic plants in Lake Istokpoga
Mark V. Hoyer, William T. Haller, Jason Ferrell, and Dean Jones
55(Open Access)
A survey of hydrilla management educational materials for optimal stakeholder preference, learning, and knowledge transfer in Florida
Emma N. I. Weeks, Jennifer L. Gillett-Kaufman, and Mark V. Hoyer
61NOTES
Comparison of molecular markers to distinguish genotypes of Eurasian watermilfoil, northern watermilfoil, and their hybrids
Jeff Pashnick and Ryan A. Thum
(title only)
Comparison of molecular markers to distinguish genotypes of Eurasian
watermilfoil, northern watermilfoil, and their hybrids
Jeff Pashnick and Ryan A. Thum
67NOTES
Torpedograss control via submersed applications of systemic and contact herbicides in mesocosms
Gray Turnage, Ryan M. Wersal, and John D. Madson
(title only)
Torpedograss control via submersed applications of systemic and contact herbicides in mesocosms
Gray Turnage, Ryan M. Wersal, and John D. Madson
72NOTES
Sorption of dissolved microcystin using lanthanum-modified bentonite clay
H. Dail Laughinghouse IV, Forrest W. Lefler, David E. Berthold, and West M. Bishop
(title only)
Sorption of dissolved microcystin using lanthanum-modified bentonite clay
H. Dail Laughinghouse IV, Forrest W. Lefler, David E. Berthold, and West M. Bishop
76NOTES
A new device for sampling submersed aquatic plants using underwater video
Wesley J. Glisson, Michael R. Verhoeven, and Daniel J. Larkin
(title only)
A new device for sampling submersed aquatic plants using underwater video
Wesley J. Glisson, Michael R. Verhoeven, and Daniel J. Larkin
July
83Efficacy of diquat treatments on Brazilian waterweed, effects on native macrophytes and water quality: A case study
Gregory J. Bugbee, Christina S. Robb, and Summer E. Stebbins
(abstract only)
Efficacy of diquat treatments on Brazilian waterweed, effects on native macrophytes and water quality: A case study
Gregory J. Bugbee, Christina S. Robb, and Summer E. Stebbins
92Selective control of flowering rush in mesocosms and field sites
Gray Turnage, John D. Madsen, Ryan M. Wersal, John D. Byrd, Brent Alcott, and Tera Guetter
(abstract only)
Selective control of flowering rush in mesocosms and field sites
Gray Turnage, John D. Madsen, Ryan M. Wersal, John D. Byrd, Brent Alcott, and Tera Guetter
98(Open Access)
Herbicides for management of waterhyacinth in the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta, California
John D. Madsen and Guy B. Kyser
105(Open Access)
Evaluation of fluazifop-P-butyl and sethoxydim for Hymenachne amplexicaulis control in mixed and monotypic emergent plant communities
Kaitlyn Quincy and Stephen F. Enloe
112The suppressive effects of aquatic foliar herbicide prescriptions on nontarget panicgrass (Paspalidium geminatum)
Jens Beets, Dean Jones, Mike Netherland, Candice Prince, and James Leary
(abstract only)
The suppressive effects of aquatic foliar herbicide prescriptions on nontarget panicgrass (Paspalidium geminatum)
Jens Beets, Dean Jones, Mike Netherland, Candice Prince, and James Leary
118(Open Access)
The influence of fluctuating water depth on herbicide efficacy for Uruguay water primrose (Ludwigia hexapetala) control
Stephen F. Enloe, Candice Prince, Afsari Banu, and Dwight Lauer
123Early season population dynamics of salvinia weevil on giant salvinia in central Louisiana
Julie G. Nachtrieb, William K. Finkbeiner, and Wesley J. Maddox
(abstract only)
Early season population dynamics of salvinia weevil on giant salvinia in central Louisiana
Julie G. Nachtrieb, William K. Finkbeiner, and Wesley J. Maddox
129(Open Access)
Transfer of integrated aquatic weed management knowledge following face-to-face training with citizen scientists
Emma N. I. Weeks, Mark V. Hoyer, and Jennifer L. Gillett-Kaufman
135Patterns in submerged aquatic vegetation in the lower St. Johns River, Florida, from 2001 to 2019
Nisse Goldberg and Tiffany Trent
(abstract only)
Patterns in submerged aquatic vegetation in the lower St. Johns River, Florida, from 2001 to 2019
Nisse Goldberg and Tiffany Trent
146NOTES
Desiccation tolerance of introduced flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus)
Nathan E. Harms and Blake Derossette
(title only)
Desiccation tolerance of introduced flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus)
Nathan E. Harms and Blake Derossette
January
1The response of giant salvinia to foliar herbicide applications at three winter timings
Bradley T. Sartain and Christopher R. Mudge*
(abstract only)
The response of giant salvinia to foliar herbicide applications at three winter timings
Bradley T. Sartain and Christopher R. Mudge*
7Field site analysis of giant salvinia nitrogen content and salvinia weevil density
Julie G. Nachtrieb*
(abstract only)
Field site analysis of giant salvinia nitrogen content and salvinia weevil density
Bradley T. Sartain, Jonathan P. Fleming, and Christopher R. Mudge*
14Utilizing remote sensing technology for monitoring chemically managed giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta) populations
Julie G. Nachtrieb*
(abstract only)
Utilizing remote sensing technology for monitoring chemically managed giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta) populations
Bradley T. Sartain, Jonathan P. Fleming, and Christopher R. Mudge*
23(Open Access)
Torpedograss response to herbicide treatment in saturated and flooded conditions
Candice M. Prince, Kaitlyn H. Quincy, Stephen F. Enloe, Gregory E. MacDonald, and Michael D. Netherland*
28An operational study of repeated diquat treatments to control submersed flowering rush.
Jennifer K. Parsons, Laurel Baldwin, and Nathan Lubliner*
(no abstract)
An operational study of repeated diquat treatments to control submersed flowering rush.
Jennifer K. Parsons, Laurel Baldwin, and Nathan Lubliner*
33The effects of predation on biological control of Eurasian watermilfoil
Daniel C. Miller and Ronald L. Crunkilton*
(abstract only)
The effects of predation on biological control of Eurasian watermilfoil
Daniel C. Miller and Ronald L. Crunkilton*
38NOTES
Laboratory response of monoecious Hydrilla to four slow-acting, enzyme-inhibiting herbicides.
Joshua D. Wood and Michael D. Netherland*
(title only)
Laboratory response of monoecious Hydrilla to four slow-acting, enzyme-inhibiting herbicides.
Joshua D. Wood and Michael D. Netherland*
42NOTES
Amendments to giant salvinia nitrogen content increase salvinia weevil density at field sites.
Julie G. Nachtrieb William K. Finkbeiner, and Wesley J. Maddox*
(title only)
Amendments to giant salvinia nitrogen content increase salvinia weevil density at field sites.
Julie G. Nachtrieb William K. Finkbeiner, and Wesley J. Maddox*
July
49Large-scale mesocosm evaluation of florpyrauxifen-benzyl, a novel arylpicolinate herbicide, on Eurasian and hybrid watermilfoil and seven native submersed plants.
Jens Beets, Mark Heilman, and Michael D. Netherland*
(abstract only)
Large-scale mesocosm evaluation of florpyrauxifen-benzyl, a novel arylpicolinate herbicide, on Eurasian and hybrid watermilfoil and seven native submersed plants.
Jens Beets, Mark Heilman, and Michael D. Netherland*
56Sequential applications of diquat to control flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus L.) in mesocosms.
Gray Turnage, John D. Byrd, Ryan M. Wersal, and John D. Madsen
(abstract only)
Sequential applications of diquat to control flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus L.) in mesocosms.
Gray Turnage, John D. Byrd, Ryan M. Wersal, and John D. Madsen
62Integrated management of giant salvinia using herbicides and the salvinia weevil.
Lauren A. Cozad, Christopher R. Mudge, and Rodrigo Diaz
(abstract only)
Integrated management of giant salvinia using herbicides and the salvinia weevil.
Lauren A. Cozad, Christopher R. Mudge, and Rodrigo Diaz
69(Open Access)
Foraging depth of Cricotopus lebetis larvae.
Eutychus M. Kariuki, James P. Cuda, Stephen D. Hight, Raymond L. Hix, Lyn A. Gettys, and Jennifer L. Gillett-Kaufman
79Sensitivity of Microcystis aeruginosa strains to copper and influence of phosphorus.
West M. Bishop, Ben E. Willis, and Robert J. Richardson
(abstract only)
Sensitivity of Microcystis aeruginosa strains to copper and influence of phosphorus.
West M. Bishop, Ben E. Willis, and Robert J. Richardson
90(Open Access)
Effect of light on macrophyte sprouting and assessment of viable seedbank to predict community composition.
Melaney A. Dunne and Raymond M. Newman
99NOTES
The effect of temperature on waterhyacinth stem base regrowth.
John J. Miskella and John D. Madsen
(title only)
The effect of temperature on waterhyacinth stem base regrowth.
John J. Miskella and John D. Madsen
January
1Is wild taro a suitable target for classical biological control in the United States?
Lauren A. Cozard, Nathan Harms, Alana D. Russell, Monique De Souza, and Rodgrigo Diaz
(abstract only)
Is wild taro a suitable target for classical biological control in the United States?
Lauren A. Cozard, Nathan Harms, Alana D. Russell, Monique De Souza, and Rodgrigo Diaz
13Can low rates of imazapyr or glyphosate improve graminicide activity on torpedograss?
Stephen F. Enloe, Michael D. Netherland, and Dwight K. Lauer*
(abstract only)
Can low rates of imazapyr or glyphosate improve graminicide activity on torpedograss?
Stephen F. Enloe, Michael D. Netherland, and Dwight K. Lauer*
18Field-based comparison of herbicides for control of parrotfeather (Myriophyllum aquaticum)
Lauren M. Kuehne, Amaryllis K. Adey, Todd M. Brownlee, and Julian D. Olden
(abstract only)
Field-based comparison of herbicides for control of parrotfeather (Myriophyllum aquaticum)
Lauren M. Kuehne, Amaryllis K. Adey, Todd M. Brownlee, and Julian D. Olden
24Inter- and intraspecific hybridization affects germination and vegetative growth in Eurasian watermilfoil
Ryan A. Thum and James N. McNair*
(abstract only)
Inter- and intraspecific hybridization affects germination and vegetative growth in Eurasian watermilfoil
Ryan A. Thum and James N. McNair*
31Management of cattail in standing water of Swabi district, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) province, Pakistan
Bakhtiar Gul, Afaq Khan, and Haroon Khan
(abstract only)
Management of cattail in standing water of Swabi district, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) province, Pakistan
Bakhtiar Gul, Afaq Khan, and Haroon Khan
35Phenology of curlyleaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus L.) in the southeastern United States: A two-year mesocosm study
Gray Turnage, John D. Madsen, and Ryan M. Wersal
(abstract only)
Phenology of curlyleaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus L.) in the southeastern United States: A two-year mesocosm study
Gray Turnage, John D. Madsen, and Ryan M. Wersal
39(Open Access)
Effects of substrate nutrients on growth of three submersed aquatic plants
Jonathan R. Gosselin, William T. Haller, Lyn A. Gettys, T. Griffin, and E. S. Crawford*
47Long-term chlorophyll trends in Florida lakes
Daniel E. Canfield Jr., Roger W. Bachmann, and Mark V. Hoyer
(abstract only)
Long-term chlorophyll trends in Florida lakes
Daniel E. Canfield Jr., Roger W. Bachmann, and Mark V. Hoyer
57NOTES
Mesocosm response of crested floating heart, hydrilla, and two native emergent plants to florpyrauxifen-benzyl: A new arylpicolinate herbicide
Jens Beets and Michael Netherland
(title only)
Mesocosm response of crested floating heart, hydrilla, and two native emergent plants to florpyrauxifen-benzyl: A new arylpicolinate herbicide
Jens Beets and Michael Netherland
63NOTES
Mesocosm and field evaluation of Eurasian and hybrid watermilfoil response to endothall in Jefferson Slough, Montana
Paula R. Guastello and Ryan A. Thum
(title only)
Mesocosm and field evaluation of Eurasian and hybrid watermilfoil response to endothall in Jefferson Slough, Montana
Paula R. Guastello and Ryan A. Thum
68NOTES
Influence of winter on herbicide efficacy for control of giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta)
Christopher R. Mudge and Bradley T. Sartain
(title only)
Influence of winter on herbicide efficacy for control of giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta)
Christopher R. Mudge and Bradley T. Sartain
July
73(Open Access)
Lyngbya wollei responses to copper algaecide exposures predicted using a concentration-exposure time (CET) model: Influence of initial biomass
Alyssa J. Calomeni, Ciera M. Kinley, Tyler D. Geer, Maas Hendrikse, and John H. Rodgers Jr.*
84(Open Access)
Efficacy of endothall dimethylalkylamine salt applied to static irrigation channels during winter to control aquatic weeds in temperate Australia
Daniel Clements, Kym L. Butler, Trevor D. Hunt, Zhiqian Liu, Tony M. Dugdale*
93Evaluation of sethoxydim for torpedograss control in aquatic and wetland sites
Stephen F. Enloe, Michael D. Netherland, and Dwight K. Lauer*
(abstract only)
Evaluation of sethoxydim for torpedograss control in aquatic and wetland sites
Stephen F. Enloe, Michael D. Netherland, and Dwight K. Lauer*
101(Open Access)
Seasonal and environmental factors affecting growth of Illinois pondweed
Jonathan R. Gosselin, William T. Haller, and Lyn A. Gettys*
107Evaluation of 12 foliar-applied nonaquatic herbicides for efficacy against giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta)
Bradley T. Sartain and Christopher R. Mudge*
(abstract only)
Evaluation of 12 foliar-applied nonaquatic herbicides for efficacy against giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta)
Bradley T. Sartain and Christopher R. Mudge*
113Does the aquatic herbicide 2,4-D and a nonionic surfactant affect survival of salvinia weevil?
Charles F. Wahl, Christopher R. Mudge, AND Rodrigo Diaz*
(abstract only)
Does the aquatic herbicide 2,4-D and a nonionic surfactant affect survival of salvinia weevil?
Charles F. Wahl, Christopher R. Mudge, AND Rodrigo Diaz*
120NOTES
(Open Access)
Potential of Myrothecium species as bioherbicides for giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta)
Mark A. Weaver, Judy F. Shearer, Michael J. Grodowitz, C. Douglas Boyette*
January
1A review of aquatic plant monitoring and assessment methods
John D. Madsen and R. M. Wersal
13Efficacy of aquatic herbicides on dwarf rotala (Rotala rotundifolia)
Carl J Della Torre III, Lyn A Gettys, William T Haller, Jason A Ferrell, and Ramon Leon
19Folivory and disease occurrence on Ludwigia hexapetala in Guntersville Reservoir, Alabama
Nathan E. Harms, Judy F. Shearer, and Michael J. Grodowitz*
26Aquatic plant harvesting: an economical phosphorus removal tool in an urban shallow lake.
William M. Bartodziej, Simba L. Blood, Keith Pilgrim
35NOTES
Do the U.S. dioecious and monoecious biotypes of Hydrilla verticillata hybridize?
Dean A. Williams, Nathan E. Harms, Lynde Dodd, Michael J. Grodowitz, and Gary O. Dick
39NOTES
Mesocosm evaluation of three herbicides on Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) and hybrid watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum x Myriophyllum sibiricum): Developing a predictive assay
Michael D. Netherland and Leif Willey
42NOTES
Flowering rush control on drawn-down sediment: mesocosm and field evaluations
John D. Madsen, Thomas E. Woolf, and Ryan M. Wersal
46NOTES
Biological control of Salvinia molesta: Population dynamics of Cyrtobagous salviniae in Lake B. A. Steinhagen
Abhishek Mukherjee, Allen Knutson, and Kevin Heinz
July
51Heritable variation for vegetative growth rate in ten distinct genotypes of hybrid watermilfoil
Lindsey-Ann L. Taylor, James N. McNair, Paula Guastello, Jeff Pashnick, and Ryan A. Thum
58Fluridone, penoxsulam, and triclopyr absorption and translocation by Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) and Hydrilla (Hydrillla verticillata)
author
65Evaluation of three grass-specific herbicides on torpedograss (Panicum repens) and seven non-target, native aquatic plants
Stephen F. Enloe and Michael D. Netherland*
71Uruguay waterprimrose control with herbicides
Stephen F. Enloe and D. K. Lauer*
76How long do shoot fragments of hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata) and Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum) remain buoyant?
Joshua D. Wood and Michael D. Netherland*
83Asexual reproduction and ramet sprouting of crested floatingheart (Nymphoides cristata)
Lyn A. Gettys, Carl J. Della Torre Iii, Kyle M. Thayer, and Ian J. Markovich
89Early-season dynamics of alligatorweed biological control by Agasicles hygrophila in Louisiana and Mississippi
Nathan E. Harms and Judy F. Shearer*
96Risk assessment for water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica) in Texas
Earl W. Chilton II*
103NOTES
Survival and vegetative regrowth of Eurasian and hybrid watermilfoil following operational treatment with auxinic herbicides in Gun Lake, Michigan
Ryan A. Thum, Syndell Parks, James N. Mcnair, Pam Tyning, Paul Hausler, Lindsay Chadderton, Andrew Tucker, and Anna Monfils*
108NOTES
Germination of fresh and stored Texas wild rice seeds, an endangered aquatic macrophyte
Jeffrey T. Hutchinson*
113NOTES
Evaluation of copper on Texas wild rice, creeping primrose-willow and waterstargrass
Jeffrey T. Hutchinson and Kenneth G. Ostrand*
116NOTES
Curlyleaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus) control using copper–ethylenediamine alone and in combination with endothall
Gray Turnage and John D. Madsen*
120NOTES
Evaluating the efficacy of granular copper and triclopyr alone and in combination for control of flowering rush (Butomus umbellatus)
Gray Turnage, Ryan M. Wersal, and John D. Madsen*
123NOTES
Common duckweed (Lemna minor) consumption by blue tilapia (Oreochromis aureus) in feeding trials
W. Cory Heaton and John H. Rodgers, Jr.*
January
1Monoecious hydrilla – a review of the literature
Sarah True-Meadows, Erika J. Haug, and Robert J. Richardson
12Monoecious hydrilla tuber dynamics following various management regimes on four North Carolina reservoirs.
Justin J. Nawrocki, Rob J. Richardson, and Steve T. Hoyle
20Compatibility 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
26Response of seven aquatic plants to a new arylpicolinate herbicide
Robert J. Richardson, Erika Haug, and Michael D. Netherland
32Evaluation 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
37The influence of invasive aquatic plant removal on diets of bluegill in Minnesota lakes
Krisan M. Webb, Rachel E. Schultz, and Eric D. Dibble
46NOTES
Potential utility of environmental DNA for early detection of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum).
Jeremy Newton, Adam Sepulveda, Kevin Sylvester, and Ryan Thum
50NOTES
Impact of herbicide retention time on the efficacy of foliar treatments for control of crested floating heart.
Leeann Glomski and Michael D. Netherland
July
53Stem fragment regrowth of Hydrilla verticillata following desiccation
Julie Baniszewski, James P. Cuda, Salvador A. Gezan, Shweta Sharma, and Emma N. I. Weeks*
61Management of flowering rush in the Detroit Lakes, Minnesota
John D. Madsen, Bradley Sartain, Gray Turnage, and Michelle Marko*
68Efficacy of combinations of diquat or triclopyr with fluridone for control of flowering rush
John D. Madsen, Gray Turnage, and Kurt Getsinger*
72An investigation of the reproductive ecology of crab’s-claw in the Trent River, Ontario, Canada
Nicholas Weissflog and Eric Sager*
78Predicting drivers of nuisance macrophyte cover in a regulated California stream using boosted regression tree models
Emily P. Zefferman and David J. Harris*
87Littoral sediment accumulation ten years after muck removal in Lake Tohopekaliga, Florida
Mark V. Hoyer, Michael D. Netherland, and Dean Jones*
95CASE STUDY
Spatial and temporal variation of aquatic plant abundance: Quantifying change
Ray D. Valley*
102NOTES
Importance of size and nitrogen content in establishment of Brazilian egeria (Egeria densa) fragments
Toni G. Pennington and Mark D. Sytsma*
106NOTES
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*
January
1Integrating hot water under a benthic barrier for curlyleaf pondweed turion control
Thomas C. Barr, III and Joseph M. DiTomaso
7Response of water hyacinth and nontarget emergent plants to foliar applications of bispyribac-sodium alone and combination treatments
Christopher Mudge and Michael Netherland
14Response of Old World climbing fern and native vegetation to repeated ground herbicide treatments
Jeffrey T. Hutchinson and Kenneth A. Langeland
22Chemical eradication methods for aquarium strains of Chaetomorpha
Rachel L. Odom and Linda J. Walters
28Effect of selected herbicides on growth and lipid content of Nannochloris oculata
Lipin Deng, Scott A. Senseman, Terry J. Gentry, David A. Zuberer, Edinalvo R. Camargo, Taylor L. Weiss, and Timothy P. Devarenne
36Effects of N and P additions to water column on growth of Vallisneria natans
Xueying Mei and Xiufeng Zhang
44Effect of water lettuce and filamentous algae on phosphorus loads in farm canals in the Everglades Agricultural Area
Jehangir H. Bhadha, Timothy A. Lang, Susanna M. Gomez, Samira H. Daroub, and Mihai C. Giurcanu
54Ecology and phenology of flowering rush in the Detroit Lakes chain of lakes, Minnesota
Michelle Marko, John Madsen, R.A. Smith, B. Sartain, and CL Olson
64Model parameterization for the growth of three submerged aquatic macrophytes
Irineu Bianchini Jr., Marcela B. Cunha-Santino, Jurity A. M. Milan, Carlos J. Rodrigues, and Joao H. P. Dias
74Grass carp do not consume the nuisance benthic cyanobacterium, Lyngbya wollei
Jo-Marie E. Kasinak, Crystal J. Bisop, Russell A. Wright, and Alan E. Wilson
81Growth and developmental performance of the milfoil weevil on distinct lineages of Eurasian watermilfoil and a northern x Eurasian hybrid
Kyle Borrowman, Eric PS Sager, and Ryan Thum
88Performance of the alligatorweed flea beetle, Agasicles hygrophila, on nontarget plant species
Junjiao Lu, Longlong Zhao, Na Li, Dong Jia, Yanqiong Guo, Jianing Wei, Renjun Fan, and Ruiyan Ma
95Using the West-Indian manatee (Trichechus manatus) as a mechanism for invasive aquatic plant management in Florida
Aarin Conrad Allen and Edward O. Keith
105Temperature and herbicide impacts on germination of water chestnut seeds
Patricia R. Rector, Peter J. Nitzsche, and Salvatore S. Mangiafico
113Impact of walking catfish (Clarias batrachus) on growth of water chestnut (Trapa bispinosa) and waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) in waterlogged ecosystem
Somnath Roy Chowdhury, Rajeeb K. Mohanty, P. S. Brahmanand, and Ashwani Kumar
121Combining hydroacoustic and point-intercept survey methods to assess aquatic plant species abundance patterns and community dominance
Ray D. Valley, Matthew B. Johnson, Donna L. Dustin, K. Dean Jones, Michael R. Lauenstein, Justin Nawrocki
130NOTES
Endothall (dimethylalkylamine) concentration exposure time evaluation against two populations of Elodea canadensis
Christopher Mudge, Kurt Getsinger and Cody Gray
134NOTES
Evaluation of six herbicides for the control of water primrose (Ludwigia pep/aides (Kunth) P.H. Raven spp. glabrescens)
Bradley T. Sartain, R. M. Wersal, J. D. Madsen and J.C. Cheshier
138NOTES
Comparative efficacy of chelated copper formulations alone and in combination with diquat against hydrilla and subsequent sensitivity of American lotus
Gary Turnage, J. D. Madsen and R. M. Wersal*
141NOTES
Angling effort on an embayment of Lake Guntersville, Alabama, before and after herbicide application.
Michael Maceina, T. R. Hanson, JJ Buckingham, and SM Sammons
144NOTES
Concentration–exposure time relationships for controlling fanwort (Cabomba caroliniana) with endothall amine salt and carfentrazone
Trevor D. Hunt, Tony M. Dugdale, Daniel Clements, and Masha Fridman*
July
151A comparison of two hydroacoustic methods for estimating submerged macrophyte distribution and abundance: A cautionary note
PAUL RADOMSKI AND BETH V. HOLBROOK*
160Endothall concentration exposure time evaluation against horned pondweed in a hydrodynamic system
CRAIG GYSELINCK AND LAUREN A. COURTER
165Control of delta arrowhead (Sagittaria platyphylla) in Australian irrigation channels with long exposure to endothall dipotassium salt during winter
DANIEL CLEMENTS, TONY M. DUGDALE, KYM L. BUTLER, AND TREVOR D. HUNT*
171Efficacy of single and consecutive early-season diquat treatments on curlyleaf pondweed and associated aquatic macrophytes: A case study
GREGORY J. BUGBEE, JORDAN A. GIBBONS, AND MARK JUNE-WELLS*
178Laboratory and greenhouse response of monoecious hydrilla to fluridone
MICHAEL D. NETHERLAND*
185Imazamox control of invasive Japanese eelgrass (Zostera japonica): Efficacy and nontarget impacts
Kim D. Patten
191Effects of a nonnative species of Poaceae on aquatic macrophyte community composition: A comparison with a native species
SARA REGINA DE AMORIM, CRISTIANE AKEMI UMETSU, DOUGLAS TOLEDO, AND ANTONIO FERNANDO MONTEIRO CAMARGO*
197Endothall, triclopyr and fluridone granular release profiles under static and aerated water conditions
BRETT WELLS BULTEMEIER AND WILLIAM T. HALLER*
202Effects of silt-laden water on the growth of submerged plants
QIAN-JIN CAO AND LING WANG*
209Impact of refrigeration on eggs of the hydrilla tip mining midge Cricotopus lebetis (Diptera: Chironomidae): Larval hatch rate and subsequent development
JULIE BANISZEWSKI, EMMA N. I. WEEKS, AND JAMES P. CUDA
216NOTES
Influence of ramet coverage on sprouting of crested floating-heart ramets and response of quiescent ramets to contact herbicides
LEIF N. WILLEY AND MICHAEL D. NETHERLAND*
220NOTES
Effect of water depth and substrate composition on growth of the aquatic weed rotala (Rotala rotundifolia)
LYN A. GETTYS, WARNER OROZCO OBANDO, AND FRANCIS CLIFFORD REED III*
224NOTES
Evaluation of six herbicides for control of swamp smartweed [Persicaria hydropiperoides (Michx.) Small] under flooded and moist soil conditions.
JOHN D MADSEN, R M WERSAL, and W ROBLES
January
1Response of invasive floating plants and nontarget emergent plants to foliar applications of imazamox and penoxsulam.
Christopher R Mudge and M D Netherland
8Impact of walking catfish (Clarias batrachus) on the growth and production characteristics of water chestnut (Trapa bispinosa) and waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) in a waterlogged ecosystem.
Somnath Roy Chowdhury, Rajeeb K. Mohanty, P. S. Brahmanand, and Ashwani Kumar
15Interactions of herbicides, surfactants, and the giant salvinia weevil (Cyrtobagous salviniae) for control of giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta).
Christopher R. Mudge, Nathan E. Harms, and Julie G. Nachtrieb
22NOTES
Mass-rearing Cyrtobagous salviniae for biological control of giant salvinia: field release implications.
Julie G. Nachtrieb
27NOTES
Evaluations of foliar applied herbicides for alligatorweed (Alternanthera philoxeroides) control.
Michael C. Cox, Ryan M. Wersal, and John D. Madsen
July
31Curlyleaf pondweed (Potamogeton crispus) turion control with acetic acid and benthic barriers.
Thomas C. Barr III and Joseph M. Ditomaso
39Persistance and movement of diquat and the effectiveness of limnobarriers after curlyleaf pondweed treatment in Crystal Lake, Connecticut.
Christina S. Robb, Brian D. Eitzer, Jordan A. Gibbons, Mark June-Wells, and Gregory J. Bugbee
47Evaluation of aquatic herbicide activity against crested floating heart.
Leif N. Willey, Michael D. Netherland, William T. Haller, and Kenneth A. Langeland
57Mesocosm evaluation of triclopyr on Eurasian watermilfoil and three native submersed species: The role of treatment timing and herbicide exposure.
Michael D. Netherland and Leeann M. Glomski
65Comparative responses of target and nontarget species to exposures of a copper based algaecide.
West M. Bishop, B. M. Johnson, and J. H. Rodgers, Jr.
71The effect of herbicide and growth stage on Cuban club-rush (Oxycaryum cubense) control.
A. F. Watson and J. D. Madsen
75Response of giant bulrush, water hyacinth, and water lettuce to foliar herbicide applications.
Christopher R. Mudge, and M. D. Netherland
81NOTES
Response of waterlily, spatterdock, and hardstem bulrush to liquid and granular triclopyr treatments.
Leeann M. Glomski and Michael D. Netherland
85NOTES
Comparison of late-season herbicide treatments for control of emergent flowering rush in mesocosms
Ryan M. Wersal, A. G. Poovey, J. D. Madsen, K. D. Getsinger, and C. R. Mudge
90NOTES
The efficacy of protox-inhibiting herbicides alone and in combination with glyphosate to control crested floating heart
Leeann M. Glomski, Leif N. Willey, and Michael D. Netherland
93NOTES
Effects of salinity and pH on growth of giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta Mitchell)
Chetta S. Owens, R. Michael Smart, and Gary O. Dick
97NOTES
Integrated management of an invasive macrophyte
Patricia D. Echo-Hawk, Florence M. Oxley, Paula S. Williamson, Valentin Cantu and Kenneth Ostrand
102NOTES
Investigating snails as potential biological control agents for invasive European frogbit (Hydrocharis morsus-ranae)
Bin Zhu
106Erratum
January
1Do patterns of establishment support invasive status of five aquatic plants in New Zealand?
Karsten Dollerup, Tenna Riis, and John S. Clayton
7Predicting Eurasian Watermilfoil’s (Myriophyllum spicatum) distribution and its likely response to biological control in a spring-fed river
D. F. Spencer, and R. I. Carruthers
15Identification of Eurasian watermilfoil using hydroacoustics
Jeremy L. Farrell, James P. Harrison, Lawrence W. Eichler, James W. Sutherland, Sandra A. Nierzwicki-Bauer, and Charles W. Boylen
22Survival of parrotfeather following simulated drawdown events
Ryan M. Wersal, J. D. Madsen, and P. D. Gerard
27High-density grass carp stocking effects on a reservoir invasive plant and water quality
A. Brad Garner, Thomas J. Kwak, Kenneth L. Manuel, and D. Hugh Barwick
34Release and evaluation of Cyrtobagous salviniaeon common salvinia in southern Louisiana
Philip W. Tipping, M. R. Martin, W. J. Hulslander Jr, P. T. Madeira, R. M. Pierce, M. D. Smart, and T. D. Center
39Impact of aquatic herbicide combinations on non-target submersed plants
Christopher Mudge
45Use of a small-scale primary screening method to predict effects of flumioxazin and carfentrazone-ethyl on native and invasive submersed plants
LeeAnn M. Glomski and Michael D. Netherland
49NOTES
Efficacy of 2,4-D ester on variable-leaf milfoil control for partial lake treatments in New Hampshire waterbodies
Erika J. Haug and M. D. Bellaud
53NOTES
Control of submersed flowering rush with contact and systemic aquatic herbicides under experimental conditions
Angela G. Poovey, C. R. Mudge, K. D. Getsinger, and H. Sedivy
62NOTES
Effect of subsurface and foliar applications of bispyribac-sodium on water hyacinth, water lettuce, and giant salvinia
LeeAnn M. Glomski and Christopher R. Mudge
66Manuscript Preparation Guide
July
69Comparison of use rates and treatment timing with glyphyosate to control Mexican water lily
D. E. Hofstra, P. D. Champion, T. M. Dugdale, M. Fridman, R. Baker, and M. Finlay
77Interactions of herbicides, surfactants, and the giant salvinia weevil (Cyrtobagous salviniae) for control of giant salvinia (Salvinia molesta)
Christopher R. Mudge, Nathan E. Harms, and Julie G. Nachtrieb
84Efficacy of experimental and recently registered herbicides on hygrophila
William T. Haller and Lyn A. Gettys
88Overwintering habitat requirements of the milfoil weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei, in two central Wisconsin lakes
Amy L. Thorstenson, Ronald L. Crunkilton, Michael A. Bozek, and Nancy B. Turyk
94Molecular techniques to distinguish morphologically similar Hydrilla verticillata, Egeria densa, Elodea nuttallii, and Elodea canadensis
Nancy B. Rybicki, Julie D. Kirshtein, and Mary A. Voytek
103The growth and accumulation of osmotic solutes of the halophyte common glasswort (Salicornia europaea) under salinity conditions
Kee Woong Park, Jae Young An, Hee Jae Lee, Daeyoung Son, Young Geol Sohn, Chang-Gi Kim, and Jeung Joo Lee
109Joint use of insects and fungal pathogens in the management of waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes): Perspectives for Ethiopia
Y. Firehun, P. C. Struik, E. A. Lantinga, and T. Tay
122Mass-rearing Cyrtobagous salviniaefor biological control of giant salvinia: Field release implications
Julie G. Nachtrieb
127Effect of ecotype, sediment composition, and fertility level on productivity of eight Florida ecotypes of American eelgrass (Vallisneria americana)
Lyn A. Gettys and William T. Haller
132Control of smooth cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora) seedlings with four herbicides
Carrie A. Knott, E. P. Webster, and P. Nabukalu
136Manuscript Preparation Guide
January
1Multiple introductions of invasive Eurasian watermilfoil and recurrent hybridization with northern watermilfoil in North America
Matthew P. Zuellig and Ryan A. Thum
19Invasions and Impacts of Alligatorweed in the Upper Xiaoqing River Basin of
Northern China
Liu Dasheng, J. F. Hu, D. P. Horvath, X. J. Zhang, X. Y. Bian, G. L. Chang, X. H. Sun, J. Tian
25Fungi occurring on waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes [Martius] Solms-Laubach) in Niger River in Mali and their evaluation as mycoherbicides
Karim Dagno, Rachid Lahlali, Mamourou Diourte, and M. Ha’issam Jijakli
32Influence of biological control damage on efficacy of penoxsulam and two other aquatic herbicides on waterhyacinth
Patrick J. Moran
39Integrating chemical and cultural practices to control para grass (Urochloa mutica)
Sushila Chaudhari, B. A. Sellers, S. V. Rockwood, J. A. Ferrell, G. E. MacDonald, and K. E. Kenworthy
46NOTES
Combinations of diquat and carfentrazone-ethyl for control of floatihg aquatic plants
Ryan M. Wersal and J.D. Madsen
48NOTES
Evaluations of contact aquatic herbicides for controlling two populations of submersed flowering rush
Angela G. Poovey, C. R. Mudge, R. A. Thum, C. James, and K. D. Getsinger
54NOTES
Does hydrilla grow an inch per day? Measuring short-term changes in shoot length to describe invasive potential
LeeAnn M. Glomski and Michael D. Netherland
58NOTES
Tuber and turion dynamics in monoecious and dioecious hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata)
Chetta S. Owens, R. Michael Smart, and Gary 0. Dick
63NOTES
Natural enemies of floating marshpennywort (Hydrocotyle ranunculoides L.f) in the southern United States
Nathan E. Harms, Judy F. Shearer and Michael J. Grodowitz
69NOTES
Determination of common reed (Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steudel) varieties in Florida
Dean A. Williams, M. Hanson, R. Diaz, and W. A. Overholt
75NOTES
Manuscript Preparation Guide
July
79Impact of feeding by Neochetina weevils on pathogenicity of fungi associated with waterhyacinth in South Africa.
Puja Ray and Martin P. Hill
84Phytoparasitic nematodes associated with the rhizosphere of the aquatic weed Hygrophila polysperma.
Abhishek Mukherjee, Matiyar R. Khan, William T. Crow, and James P. Cuda
91Spatial and temporal variation in duckweed and filamentous algal levels in contiguous floodplain lakes of the Upper Mississippi River.
Brian R. Gray, Andrew M. Ray, James T. Rogala, Mark D. Holland, and Jeffrey N. Houser
101Assessment of benthic barrier products for submerged aquatic weed control.
Deborah E. Hofstra and John S. Clayton
106Mechanical and chemical control of the invasive cordgrass Spartina densiflora and native plant community responses in an estuarine salt marsh.
Enrique Mateos-Naranjo, Jesús Cambrollé, Juan García De Lomas, Raquel Parra, and Susana Redondo-Gómez
111Response of target and nontarget floating and emergent aquatic plants to flumioxazin.
Christopher R. Mudge and William T. Haller
116Efficacy of subsurface and foliar penoxsulam and fluridone applications on giant salvinia.
Christopher R. Mudge, M. A. Heilman, H. J. Theel, and K. D. Getsinger
125Effects of aerially-applied imazamox on southern cattail and non-target emergent vegetation in a eutrophic sawgrass marsh.
LeRoy Rodgers and David Black
129Growth regulating hydrilla and subsequent effects on habitat complexity.
Heather J. Theel, Linda S. Nelson, and Christopher R. Mudge
135Evaluating fluridone sensitivity of multiple hybrid and Eurasian watermilfoil accessions under mesocosm conditions.
Sarah T. Berger, Michael D. Netherland, and Gregory E. Macdonald
141Field and laboratory documentation of reduced fluridone sensitivity of a hybrid watermilfoil biotype (Myriophyllum spicatum × Myriophyllum sibiricum).
Ryan A. Thum, Mark A. Heilman, Paul J. Hausler, Lisa E. Hubert y, Pamela Tyning, Dustin J. Wcisel, Matthew P. Zuellig, Sarah T. Berger, Michael D. Netherland
147Simulated overland transport of Eurasian watermilfoil: survival of desiccated plant fragments.
Lindsey A. McAlarnen, Matthew A. Barnes, Christopher L. Jerde, and David M. Lodge
150Charophyte germination responses to herbicide application.
Chrystal L. Kelly, Deborah E. Hofstra, Mary D. De Winton and David P. Hamilton
January
1A comparison of two methods for sampling biomass of aquatic plants
James A. Johnson and R. M. Newman
9Protocol considerations for aquatic plant seed bank assessment
Dwilette G. Mcfarland and D. J. Shafer
19Distribution, interspecific associations and abundance of aquatic plants in Lake Bisina, Uganda
Brian Gidudu, R. S. Copeland, F. Wanda, H. Ochaya, J. P. Cuda, and W. A. Overholt
28Effects of lime addition on the growth of fanwort in softwater systems
William F. James
32Impact of invertebrates on three aquatic macrophytes: American pondweed, Illinois pondweed, and Mexican water lily
Julie G. Nachtrieb, M. J. Grodowitz, and R. M. Smart
36Impact of two herbivores, Samea multiplicalis (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) and Cyrtobagous salviniae (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), on Salvinia minima in south Louisiana
S. Tewari and S. J. Johnson
44Imazamox absorption, desorption, and metabolism by Eurasian watermilfoil
Joseph D. Vassios, S. J. Nissen, and G. R. Brunk
50NOTES
The susceptibility of duckweed (Lemna minorL.) to fluridone and penoxsulam
Joshua C. Cheshier, R. M. Wersal, and J. D. Madsen
July
57Fragment viability and rootlet formation in Eurasian watermilfoil after desiccation
Celia Ann Eevans, D. L. Keltin, K. M. Forrest, and L. E. Steblen
62NaCl-induced responses in giant duckweed ( Spirodela polyrhiza )
Tai-Sheng Cheng
71A study of Eurasian watermilfoil, macroinvertebrates and fish in a Washington lake
Jenifer K. Parsons, Grace E. Marx, and Marc Divens
83Effect of an herbivorous stem-mining midge on the growth of hydrilla
J. P. Cuda, B. R. Coon, Y. M. Dao, and T. D. Center
89Herbicide efficacy assessment on waterhyacinth and aquatic plant community monitoring in Lake Columbus, Mississippi
Wilfredo Robles, J. D. Madsen, and R. M. Wersal
94Evaluation of hyperspectral reflectance data for discriminating six aquatic weeds
James H. Everitt, Chengai Yang, Kenneth R. Summy, Leeann M. Glomski, and Chetta S. Owens
100Comparative susceptibility of fluridone resistant and susceptible hydrilla to four ALS inhibiting herbicides under laboratory and greenhouse conditions
Michael D. Netherland
106Influence of application timing on the impact of glyphosate on giant reed ( Arundo donax L . )
D. F. Spenser, G. G. Ksander, W. Tan, P.S. Liow and L. C. Whitehand
111Giant reed ( Arundo donax L . ) response to glyphosate and Imazapyr
Carl E. Bell
114Overwintering biology of Hydrellia pakistanae , a biological control agent of hydrilla
Nathan E Harms and Michael J. Grodowitz
118Screening of biological control pathogens isolated from Eurasian watermilfoil
Judy F. Shearer, Brian D. Durham, and Nathan Harms
122Vegetative propagation in the emergent macrophyte American water willow ( Justicia americana L. Vahl)
Brany Touchette, Mariana Poole, Mica Mccullough, Emily Adams, and Carl Niedziela
125Floristic account of submersed aquatic angiosperms of Dera Ismail Khan District, northwestern Pakistan
Sarfaraz Khan Marwat, Mir Ajab Khan, Mushtaq Ahmad and Muhammad Zafar
January
1Cost and Effectiveness of Hand Harvesting to Control the Eurasian Watermilfoil Population in Upper Saranac Lake, New York
Daniel L. Kelting and C. L. Laxson
5Assessment of Herbicide Efficacy on Eurasian Watermilfoil and Impacts to the Native Submersed Plant Community in Hayden Lake, Idaho, USA
Ryan M. Wersal, J. D. Madsen, T. E. Woolf and N. Eckberg
12Response of Eurasian and Hybrid Watermilfoil to Low Use Rates and Extended Exposures of 2,4-D and Triclopyr
LeeAnn M. Glomski and M. D. Netherland
15Comparative Response of Monoecious and Dioecious Hydrilla to Endothall
Angela G. Poovey and K. D. Getsinger
21Combinations of Penoxsulam and Diquat as Foliar Applications for Control of Waterhyacinth and Common Salvinia: Evidence of Herbicide Antagonism
Ryan M. Wersal and J. D. Madsen
25Evaluating the Influence of pH-Dependent Hydrolysis on the Efficacy of Flumioxazin for Hydrilla Control
Christopher R. Mudge, W. T. Haller, M.D. Netherland, and J.K. Kowalsky
30Effect of pH on Submersed Aquatic Plant Response to Flumioxazin
Christopher R. Mudge, W. T. Haller
34Comparative Aquatic Dissipation Rates Following Applications of Renovate OTF Granular Herbicide and Rhodamine WT Liquid
Tyler J. Koschnick, D. G. Petty, B. Johnson, C. Hulon and B. Hastie
40Evaluation of Aerial Herbicide Application for Reduction of Woody Vegetation
in a Floodplain Marsh
Jeffrey T. Hutchinson and K. A. Langeland
47Using Aerial Photography and Image Analysis to Measure Changes in Giant Reed Populations
J. H. Everitt and C. Yang
52NOTES
Planting Strategies to Reestablish Aquatic Grasses
Craig T. Mallison and B. Z. Thompson
56NOTES
Comparison of Daytime and Night-time Applications of Diquat and Carfentrazone-ethyl for Control of Parrotfeather and Eurasian Watermilfoil
Ryan M. Wersal, J. D. Madsen, J. H. Massey, W. Robles and J. C. Cheshier
July
63Rapid Screening of Multiple Compounds for Control of the Invasive Diatom Didymosphenia geminata
Phillip G. Jellyman, S.J. Clearwater, J. S. Clayton, C. Kilroy, C. W. Hickey, N. Blair and B. J. F. Biggs
72Comparing Native and Exotic Litter Decomposition and Nutrient Dynamics,
Melissa R. Martin, P. W. Tipping and K. R. Reddy
79Herbicide Trials for the Control of Alligatorweed,
Deborah E. Hofstra and P. D. Champion
84Alligatorweed Produces Viable Stem Fragments in Response to Herbicide Treatment,
Tony M. Dugdale, D. Clements, T. D. Hunt and K. L. Butler
92Low temperature reproduction of Cyrtobagous salviniae: Good News for Biological Control of Salvinia in a Temperate Climate,
Paul R. Sullivan and L. A. Postle
96Estimating Lake-wide Watermilfoil Weevil (Euhrychiopsis lecontel) Density: The Roles of Quadrat Size, Sample Size, and Effort
Thomas G. Alwin, M. G. Fox and K. Spence Cheruvelil
102Performance of Two Established Biological Control Agents on Hydrilla Genotypes Susceptible and Resistant to Fluridone Herbicide
Tobias A. Schmid, J. P. Cuda, G. E. MacDonald and J. L. Gillmore
105Greenhouse Response of Six Aquatic Invasive Weeds to Imazamox,
Sherrie E. Emerine, R. J. Richardson, S. L. True, A. M. West and R. L. Roten
111Planting Strategies to Establish Giant Bulrush
Craig T. Mallison and B. Z. Thompson
116Efficiency of Polygonum hydropiperoides for Phytoremediation of Fish Pond Effluents Enriched with N and P
Ana Paula Lang Martins, C. B. Reissmann, M. R. T. Boeger, E. B. De Oliveira, and N. Favaretto
121NOTES
Efficacy of Selected Aquatic Herbicides on Common Reed
Sarah L. True, R.J. Richardson, P. L. Hipkins and A. P. Gardner
124NOTES
Proposal for the biological control of Egeria densa in small reservoirs: a Spanish case study
M. D. Curt, G. Curt, P. L. Aguado and J. Fernandez
127NOTES
Aquatic Plant Succession Following Tussock Control on Orange Lake, Florida
Craig T. Mallison, B. Z. Thompson, B.V. Jaggers
130NOTES
Impact of Invasive Alligatorweed on Species Diversity and Composition of Native Insect in Wetland Vegetation: A Field Study
X.Y. Pan, H. Zhang, H.Q. Dong, and B. Li
January
1Ecological Impact of Grass Carp: A Review of the Available Data
Eric D. Dibble and K. Kovalenko
15A Triploid Grass Carp Risk Analysis Specific to Florida
Paul W. Zajicek, T. Weier, S. Hardin, J. R. Cassani and V. Mudra
21Distribution and Abundance of the Milfoil Weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei, in Lake Minnetonka and Relation to Milfoil Harvesting
Raymond M. Newman and W. G. Inglis
26Alteration of Sediment Porewater Associated with a Eurasian Watermilfoil Invasion
Mark W. Swinton and C.W. Boylan
31Effect of Fluridone on Macrophytes and Fish in a Coastal Washington Lake
Jenifer K. Parsons, A. Couto, K. S. Hamel and G. E. Marx
40Evaluation 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
44Integrating Acoustic Mapping into Operational Aquatic Plant Management: a case study in Wisconsin
Bruce M. Sabol, J. Kannenberg and J. G. Skogerboe
53Fish Kills in Florida’s Canals, Creeks/Rivers, and Ponds/Lakes
M. V. Hoyer, D. L. Watson, D. J. Willis and D. E. Canfield Jr
57NOTES
Effect of pH on Germination of the Endemic Heather, Erica andevalensis, Inmaculada Vecino-Bueno
S. Redondo-Gomez and M. Enrique Figueroa
59NOTES
Combinations of Diquat and a Methylated Seed Oil Surfactant for Control of Common Duckweed and Watermeal
Ryan M. Wersal and J. D. Madsen
63NOTES
Residue Profile and Efficacy Comparisons between Two Liquid Formulations of Fluridone
Brett W. Bultemeier, A. Puri, W. T. Haller and V. V. Vandiver, Jr
65NOTES
The Influence of Macrophyte Cutting on the Hydraulic Resistance of Lowland Rivers
Kris D. Bal and P. Meire
July
73Insect Herbivores of Aquatic and Wetland Plants in the United States: a Checklist from Literature
Nathan E. Harms and M.J. Grodowitz
96Effect of Root Fragment Length and Planting Depth on Clonal Establishment of Alligatorweed
Y. Pan, Y.P. Geng, B. Li, and J.K. Chen
100Physiological and cellular ultrastructure responses for three grass species under submergence
Hanping Xia, Kingfeng Zhang, Zhi An Li, Xuiqin Lu, and Shenglei Fu
110Effect 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
116Seasonal 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
122Can Hot Water be Used to Kill Eurasian Watermilfoil?
David L. Blumer, R.M. Newman, and F.K. Gleason
128Molecular 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
135A 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
145NOTES
Effect of a Combination of Two Rice Herbicides on the Cyanobacterium Nostoc spongiaeforme
David F. Spencer, P.S. Liow, and C.A. Lembi
147NOTES
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
151NOTES
Clonal Expansion of Cattail (Typha domingensis) in Everglades Stormwater Treatment Areas: Implications for Alternative Management Strategies
Louis A. Troth and J.P. Galloway
155NOTES
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
158NOTES
Evaluation of Mechanical Cutting to Control Littoral Purple Loosestrife Stands
Keith R. Edwards and L. Comas
January
1Introduction: Workshop on submersed aquatic plant research priorities
Mark D. Sytsma
7The role of plant systematics in invasive aquatic plant management
Michael L. Moody, D. H. Les, and J. M. DiTomaso
15Recent 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
32Improvements 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
42Cold tolerance of the axillary turions of two biotypes of hydrilla and northern watermilfoil
Kristine C. Maki and S. M. Galatowitsch
51The management and ecology of the wetland grass, maidencane
Guerry O. Holm, Jr., and C. E. Sasser
60Genetic diversity in smooth cordgrass from brown marsh areas of Louisiana
Prasanta K. Subudhi, N. P. Parami, M. D. Materne, and S. A. Harrison
68Effect of metsulfuron methyl and 2,4-D on denseflower knotweed
Craig T. Mallison, B. Z. Thompson, B. Pouder, and R. S. Hestand III
72Response of selected nontarget native Florida wetland plant species to metsulfuron methyl
Jeffrey T. Hutchinson and K. A. Langeland
77Comparison of QuickBird and SPOT 5 satellite imagery for mapping giant reed
James H. Everitt, C. Yang, R. Fletcher, and C. J. Deloach
82Experimental biomass assessment of three species of freshwater aquatic plants by horizontal acoustics
Eva Hohausova, J. Kubecka, J. Frouzova, S. Husak, and H. Balk
89Comparative 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
97Water regimen and depth affect hygrophila growth and establishment
Brandon J. Fast, C. J. Gray, J. A. Ferrell, G. E. MacDonald, and F. M. Fishel
100Aquatic plant species distributions and associations in Arizona’s reservoirs
James E. Fulmer and A. T. Robinson
107Characteristics of sediments associated with submersed plant communities in the lower Mobile River Delta, Alabama
Chad H. Newbolt, G. R. Hepp, and C. W. Wood
113Resistance of vallisneria to invasion from hydrilla fragments
Chetta S. Owens, R. M. Smart, and G. O. Dick
117Effects of water level fluctuation on Vallisneria americana Michx growth
Chetta S. Owens, R. M. Smart, and G. O. Dick
119Effect 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
121Shoot demographics for melaleuca and impacts of simulated herbivory on vegetative development
Cressida S. Silvers, P. D. Pratt, M. B. Rayamajhi, and T. D. Center
July
129Factors Influencing Reproduction in American Wild Celery: A Synthesis
Dwilette G. McFarland and D. J. Shafer
144Biological 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
150Sensitivity of Wild Rice (Zizania palustris L.) to the Aquatic Herbicide Triclopyr
John D. Madsen, R. M. Wersal, K. D. Getsinger and L. S. Nelson
154Response 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
158Comparison of Four Techniques to Control Elephant Ear
Eric Owen Atkins and P. S. Williamson
163Comparison of Three Physical Management Techniques For Controlling Variable-leaf Milfoil in Maine Lakes
Jacolyn E. Bailey and J. K. Calhoun
168Shade as a Management Tool for the Invasive Submerged Macrophyte, Cabomba caroliniana
Shon S. Schooler
172Influence of Different Sodium Chloride Concentrations on Selected Physiological Responses of Salvinia
Safaa AI-Hamdani
176Responses 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
184NOTES
Suction Dredge Removal of an Invasive Macrophyte From a Spring-fed River in Central Texas, USA
Mara L. Alexander, R. D. Doyle, P. Power
186NOTES
Predicting Invasion of European Frogbit in the Finger Lakes of New York
Bin Zhu, M. E. Eppers and L. G. Rudstam
189NOTES
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
193NOTES
Efficacy of Fluridone, Penoxsulam, and Bispyribac-sodium on Variable-leaf Milfoil
LeeAnn M. Glomski and M. D. Netherland
196NOTES
Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle in Guadeloupe, French West Indies
Franck A. Maddi, F. Meurgey, and C. Delacruz
199NOTES
Impact of Insect Herbivory on the Establishment of Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle Fragments
Chetta S. Owens, M.J. Grodowitz, and R.M. Smart
202NOTES
Is Classical Biocontrol Using Fungi a Viable Option for Submersed Aquatic Plant Management?
Judy F. Shearer
January
1T.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
8Naturalization 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
17Establishment of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in Everglades Stormwater Treatment Areas: Value of Early Control of Torpedograss (Panicum repens)
Louis A. Toth
21Cattail Distribution and Abundance in North Dakota
Scott T. Ralston, G.M. Linz, W.J. Bleier, and H.J. Homan
25Using QuickBird Satellite Imagery to Distinguish Two Aquatic Weeds in South Texas
James H. Everitt and C. Yang
31A New Core Sampler for Estimating Biomass and Submersed Aquatic Macrophytes
John D. Madsen, R.M. Wersal, and T.E. Woolf
35The Impact of Diquat on Macrophytes and Water Quality in Battle Ground Lake, Washington
Jenifer K. Parsons, K.S. Hamel, and R. Wierenga
40Ornamental Plant Susceptibility to Diquat in Overhead Irrigation Water
Christopher R. Mudge, T.J. Koschnick, and W.T. Haller
43Eurasian Watermilfoil and Parrotfeather Control Using Carfentrazone-ethyl
Cody J. Gray, J.D. Madsen, R.M. Wersal, and K.D. Getsinger
47Effects of Three ALS-Inhibitors on Five Emergent Native Plant Species in Florida
Tyler J. Koschnick, M.D. Netherland and W.T. Haller
52NOTES
Toxicity of Diquat and Endothall to Eastern Spiny Softshell Turtles (Apalone spinifera spinifera)
Eric A. Paul and H.A. Simonin
54NOTES
Phytotoxicity of Selected Herbicides on Limpograss (Hemarthria altissima)
Brent A. Sellers, J.A. Ferrell, W.T. Haller, P. Mislevey, M.B. Adjei
58NOTES
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
61NOTES
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
63NOTES
Subsurface Applications of Triclopyr and 2,4-D Amine for Control of Water Chestnut (Trapa natans L.)
Angela G. Poovey and K.D. Getsinger
July
71Can Dreissenid Attachment and Biodeposition Affect Submerged Macrophyte Growth?
Bin Zhu, C. M. Mayer, S. A. Heckathorn, and L. G. Rudstam
76In-vitro Investigations on Ultrasonic Control of Water Chestnut
Mei-Yin WU and J. Wu
84Evaluation of Barley Straw as an Alternative Algal Control Method in Northern California Rice Fields
David Spencer and Carole Lembi
90Identification 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
100Potential for Sediment-Applied Acetic Acid for Control of Invasive Spartina alterniflora
Lars W. J. Anderson
106Mapping Wild Taro with Color-infrared Aerial Photography and Image Processing
J. H. Everitt, C. Yang, and M. R. Davis
111Susceptibility 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
116NOTES
Efficacy of Fluridone on Eurasian and Hybrid Watermilfoil
Jeremy G. Slade, Angela G. Poovey, and Michael D. Netherland
119NOTES
Conversion of Torpedograss (Panicum repens) to Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in an Operational Stormwater Treatment Area for the Everglades
Louis A. Toth
121NOTES
Effect of Prolonged Flooding on the Invader Spartina densiflora Brong.
Enrique Mateos-Naranjo, S. Redondo-Gomez, J. Silva, R. Santos, and M. E. Figueroa
124NOTES
Impacts of Deltamethrin Spray on Adults of the Giant Salvinia Biocontrol Agent, Cyrtobagous salviniae
Chandrasekar Naidu Kurugundla and Oarabile Serumola
129NOTES
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
132NOTES
Comparison of Imazapyr and Imazamox for Control of Parrotfeather (Myriophyllum aquaticum (Vell.) Verdc.)
Ryan M. Wersal and John D. Madsen
136NOTES
Efficacy of Diquat and Carfentrazone-ethyl on Variable-leaf Milfoil
Leeann M. Glomski and Michael D. Netherland
January
1A review of grass carp use for aquatic weed control and its impact on water bodies.
I. Pipalova
13Herbicide trials for the control of parrotsfeather
Deborah E. Hofstra, P.D. Champion, and T.M. Douglas
19Effects 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
26Littoral 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
32Impact of management on the sprouting of dioecious hydrilla tubers
M.D. Netherland and W.T. Haller
37Nursery Production techniques for obligate wetland species
Kimberly K. Moore, L. Fisher, and D.L. Sutton
40Control 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
50Evaluation 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
60Evaluation impacts of Lake MaidTM plant control
Nicole David, Ben K. Greenfield, and Geoffrey S. Siemering
67NOTES
Effect of Carfentrazone-ethyl on Three Aquatic Macrophytes
Lee Ann M. Glomski, Angela G. Poovey, and Kurt D. Getsinger
July
73Evaluating the feasibility of planting aquatic plants in shallow lakes in the Mississippi Delta
Peter C. Smily, Jr., and Eric D. Dibble
80Feasibility of an implantable capsule for limiting lifespan of grass carp
R. Mathew Thomas, L.E. Miranda, and J.P. Kirk
89Fish and macroinvertebrates in lowland drainage canals with and without grass carp
Brendan J. Hicks, H.J. Bannon, and R.D.S. Wells
98Management of hydrilla in the Santee Cooper reservoirs, South Carolina: Experiences from 1982 to 2004.
James P. Kirk, and J.E. Henderson
103Angler awareness of aquatic invasive species in Manitoba
Cory J. Lindgren
109Water nutrients, plant nutrients, and indicators of biological control on waterhyacinth at Texas field sites
Patrick J. Moran
115Biological control of giant salvinia in East Texas waterways and the impact on dissolved oxygen levels
Daniel Flores and J.W. Carlson
122Efficacy of diquat on submersed plants treated under simulated flowing water conditions
John G. Skogerboe, K.D. Getsinger, and L.M. Glomski
125Effects of copper chelating agents on diquat activity in diquat resistant landoltia
Tyler J. Koschnick and W.T. Haller
133NOTES
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
136NOTES
Carfentrazone-ethyl for control of giant salvinia
Lee Ann M. Glomski and K.D. Getsinger
139NOTES
The re-growth capacity of sago pondweed following mechanical cutting
Kris D. Bal, S. Van Belleghem, E. de Deckere, and P. Meire
142NOTES
Host plant preference of Mansonia mosquitoes
A. Ghosh, D. Biswas, and S.N. Chatterjee
145NOTES
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
January
1Use of Sediment Bioassays to Verify Efficacy of Caulerpa taxifolia Eradication Treatments
Lars W.J. Anderson, Wailun Tan, Rachel Woodfield, Robert Mooney and Keith Merkel
9Population 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
17Effect of Aquathol K Treatments on Activity Patterns of Largemouth Bass in Two Coves of Lake Seminole, Georgia
Steve M. Sammons and Michael J. Maceina
24Mapping and Distribution of Torpedograss and Evaluating the Effectiveness of Torpedograss Management Activities in Lake Okeechobee, Florida
Charles G. Hanlon and Mark Brady
292,4-D and Mycoleptodiscus terrestris for control of Eurasian Watermilfoil
Linda S. Nelson and J.F. Shearer
34Effects of pH on Growth of Salvinia molesta Mitchell
Chetta S. Owens, R. Michael Smart, David R. Honnell and Gary O. Dick
39Seed Longevity of Melaleuca quinquenervia: A Burial Experiment in South Florida
Thai K. Van, Min b. Rayamajhi and Ted D. Center
43Assessment Method for Leaf Litters Allelopathic Effect on Cyanobacteria
Kumiko Tsuda, Noriko Takamura, Minoru Matsuyama and Yosiharu Fujii
47NOTES
Population Dynamics of Cyrtobagous salviniae on Common Salvinia in South Florida
Philip W. Tipping and T.D. Center
50NOTES
Manual Control of Phragmites australis on Pondshores of Cape Cod National Seashore, Masachusetts, USA
Stephen M. Smith
July
57Does Long-Term Macrophyte Management in Lakes Affect Biotic Richness and Diversity?
Willard N. Harman, L.P. Hingula, and C.E. MacNamara
65Aquatic 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
76Assessing Biological Control Damage of Giant Salvinia with Field Reflectance Measurements and Aerial Photography
James H. Everitt, D. Flores, C. Yang, and M.R. Davis
81Remote Sensing of Giant Reed with QuickBird Satellite Imagery
James H. Everitt, C. Yang, and C.J. Deloach
85Comparative Response of Two Hydrilla Strains to Fluridone
Angela G. Poovey, K.D. Getsinger, and A.B. Stewart
91Seasonal Growth of Waterhyacinth in the Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta, California
David F. Spencer and G.G. Ksander
95Responses 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.
100NOTES
Evaluation of Several Commercial Algicides for Control of Odor-producing Cyanobacteria
Kevin K. Schrader
103NOTES
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
105NOTES
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
January
1Comparison of Torpedograss and Pickerelweed Susceptibility to Glyphosate
Lyn A. Gettys and David L. Sutton
5The 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
11Non-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
17Review of World Literature on Water Chestnut with Implications for Management in North America
Meredith Hummel and Erik Kiviat
28An Improved Molecular Tool for Distinguishing Monoecious and Dioedious Hydrilla
Paul T. Madeira, Thai K. Van, and Ted D. Center
32The Effects of Grass Carp on Aquatic Plants, Plankton and Benthos in Ponds
Mine Kirkagac and N. Demir
39Vegetation Response to Cattail Management at Cheyenne Bottoms, Kansas
Richard M. Kostecke, L.M. Smith, and H.M. Hands
45Do 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
49Grazing 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
54Potential Use of Remote Sensing to Assess Effects of Wave Action on Plant Re-establishment
Kimberly I Tugend, M.S. Allen, and M.W. Binford
60Heavy Metal Phytoremediation by Water Hyacinth at Constructed Wetlands in Taiwan
Hao-Wei Liao and Wen-Lian Chang
69NOTES
Growth and Nitrate-Nitrogen Uptake by the Cyanobacterium Lyngbya wollei
Bruce C. Cowell and Clinton J. Dawes
July
73The 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
85Spatial Distribution of Macroinvertebrates Inhabiting Hydrilla and Coontail Beds in the Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana
Jose-Checo Colon-Gaud, W.E. Kelso and D.A. Rutherford
91Low Temperature Limits of Giant Salvinia
Chetta S. Owens, R. Michael Smart, and R. Michael Stewart
95A Cylindrical Chopper with Crusher for Water Hyacinth Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volume and Biomass Reduction
Shailendra M. Mathur and P. Singh
99Changes 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
103Carfentrazone-ethyl Pond Dissipation and Efficacy on Floating Plants
Tyler J. Koschnick, W.T. Haller and A.W. Chen
109The 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
115NOTES
Selectivity of Metsulfuron Methyl to Six Common Littoral Species in Florida
Tomas Chiconela, T.J. Koschnick and W.T. Haller
117NOTES
Regeneration of Giant Salvinia from Apical and Axillary Buds following Desiccation or Physical Damage
Chetta S. Owens, R. Michael Smart and Gary O. Dick
January
1Persistence and Non-target Impact of Imazapyr Associated with Smooth Cordgrass Control in an Estuary.
Kim Patten
6Mechanical and Chemical Control of Smooth Cordgrass in Waillapa Bay, Washington.
Walter W. Major III, C.E. Grue, J.M. Grassley, and L.L. Conquest
13The 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
18Control 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
25Efficacy and Residue Comparisons between Two Slow-release Formulations of Fluridone.
Tyler J. Koschnick, W.T. Haller, V.V. Vandiver, and U. Santra
28Tilapia for Biological Control of Giant Salvinia.
Dennis McIntosh, Chad King, and Kevin Fitzsimmons
31Changes 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
39Light Reflectance Characteristics and Remote Sensing of Waterlettuce.
J.H. Everitt, C. Yang, and D. Flores
44Physical Constraints to Aquatic Plant Growth in New Zealand Lakes.
Ian Hawes, T. Riis, D. Sutherland, and M. Flanagan
53Economic Impacts of Aquatic Vegetation to Angling in Two South Carolina Reservoirs.
Jim E. Henderson, James P. Kirk, Scott D. Lamprecht, and W. Eugene Hayes
57Nutrient 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.
61NOTES
Responses of St. Augustinegrass to Fluridone in Irrigation Water.
W. Andrew, W.T. Haller, and D.G. Shilling
July
65Influence 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
69A Review of the Aquatic Environmental Fate of Triclopyr and its Major Metabolites.
David G. Petty, K. D. Getsinger, and K. B. Woodburn
76Combining Plant Pathogenic Fungi and the Leaf-Mining Fly, Hydrellia pakistanae, Increases Damage to Hydrilla.
Yasser M. Shabana, J. P. Cuda, and R. Charudattan
82A Review of Spartina Management in Washington State, US.
Paul Hedge, Lorne K. Kriwoken, and Kim Patten
90Longevity and Persistence of Triploid Grass Carp Stocked into the Santee Cooper Reservoirs of South Carolina.
James P. Kirk and Robin C. Socha
93Using 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
98Melaleuca in Florida: A Literature Review on the Taxonomy, Distribution, Biology, Ecology, Economic Importance and Control Measures.
Kristina Serbesoff-King
113Seasonal Biomass and Carbohydrate Allocation Patterns in Southern Minnesota Curlyleaf Pondweed Populations.
Thomas E. Woolf and John D. Madsen
119Measures of Plant Surface-areas for Eurasian Watermilfoil and Water Stargrass.
Pinar Balci and J. H. Kennedy
122Evaluation of Waterhyacinth and Paddy Straw Waste for Culture of Oyster Mushrooms.
M. Nageswaran, A. Gopalakrishnan, M. Ganesan, A. Vedhamurthy, and E. Selvaganapathy
124NOTES
Effects of Triclopyr on Variable-Leaf Watermilfoil.
Kurt D. Getsinger, Susan L. Sprecher, and Amy P. Smagula
127NOTES
Clearigate Treatments for control of Giant Salvinia.
Lee Ann M. Glomski, L.S. Nelson, and J.G. Skogerboe.
January
1Endothall Species Selectivity Evaluations: Northern Latitude Aquatic Plant Community
John G. Skogerboe and K.D. Getsinger
6Impacts of Inorganic Tubidity on Diquat Efficacy Against Egeria Densa
Angela G. Poovey and K.D. Getsinger
11Remote Sensing of Giant Salvinia in Texas Waterways
J.H. Everitt, C. Yang, R.J. Helton, L.H. Hartmann and M.R. Davis
17The Search for Exudates from Eurasian Watermilfoil and Hydrilla
Lee Ann Glomski, K.V. Wood, R.L. Nicholson, and C.A. Lembi
22Litter Dynamics and Phenology of Melaleuca quinquenervia in South Florida
T.K. Van, M.B. Rayachhetry, T.D. Center, and P.D. Pratt
28The Influence of Disparate Levels of Submersed Aquatic Vegetation on Largemouth Bass Population Characteristics in a Georgia Reservoir
Stephen J. Brown and M.J. Maceina
36Water Quality Impacts of Mechanical Shredding of Aquatic Macrophytes
William F. James, J.W. Barko and H.L. Eakin
43NOTES
Free-water Depth as a Management Tool for Constructed Wetlands
Michael Borst, A.L. Riscassi, L. Estime and E.A. Fassman
45NOTES
Control of Eurasian Watermilfoil in NNR Brehynsky Fishpond Near Doksy, Czech Republic
Lubomir Adamec and Stepan Husak
July
51Evaluation 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
53Efficacy of Glyphosate and Five Surfactants for Controlling Giant Salvinia
James F. Fairchild, A.L. Allert, J.S. Riddle and D.R. Gladwin
58Fluridone Effects on Fanwort and Water Marigold
Linda S. Nelson, A.B. Stewart and K.D. Getsinger
63Spring Treatments of Diquat and Endothall for Curlyleaf Pondweed Control
Angela G. Poovey, J.G. Skogerboe, and C.S. Owens
68Activity of Endothall on Hydrilla
Gregory E. MacDonald, R. Querns, D.G. Shilling, S.K. McDonald and T.A. Bewick
72Response of Sago Pondweed to Combinations of Low-dose Diquat, Cutting, and Shade
Yousef Filizadeh and Kevin J. Murphy
76The Potential Role of Endophytic Fungus in the Decline of Stressed Eurasian Watermilfoil
Judy F. Shearer
79Effects 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
87Biological 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
92Light and Temperature Effects on the Growth of Wild Celery and Hydrilla
Nancy B. Rybicki and Virginia Carter
99Impacts 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
105Inhibition 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
January
Proceedings Issue, 40th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
1Presidential Address: Footprints for the future
J. L. Decell
3Keynote 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
8Sea 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
12Managing 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
17Alligator weed: Tasty vegetable in Australian backyards?
L. Gunasekera and J. Bonila
20Evaluation 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
25Evaluation 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
28The management of giant hogweed in an Irish river catchment
J. M. Caffrey
33Removal of aqueous selenium by four aquatic plants
K. M. Carvalho and D. F. Martin
36Species traits, species richness and the resilience of wetlands after disturbance
K. A. M. Engelhardt and J. A. Kadlec
40Effects of hypoxia on fish assemblages in a vegetated waterbody
K. J. Killgore and J. J. Hoover
45Soluble sugar concentrations associated with tuber and winter bud sprouting
D. F. Spencer, F. J. Ryan, L. Aung, and G. G. Ksander
48Herbicide evaluation against giant salvinia
L. S. Nelson, J. G. Skogerboe, and K. D. Getsinger
53Effects of water and copper complexes in combination with Reward® herbicide
S. J. Kammerer and T. M. Ledson
56Herbicide / copper combinations for improved control of Hydrilla verticillata
T. G. Pennington, J. G. Skogerboe, and K. D. Getsinger
59Movements 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
63Overwinter 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
67Epiphytic macroinvertebrates along a gradient of Eurasian watermilfoil cover
K. S. Cheruvelil, P. A. Soranno, and J. D. Madsen
72Washington’s aquatic plant quarantine
K. S. Hamel and J. K. Parsons
75Dispersal 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
79The use of stream delta surveillance as a tool for early detection of Eurasian watermilfoil
L. W. Eichler, E. A. Howe, and C. W. Boylen
83Effects of water column nutrient enrichment on the growth of Potamogeton maackianus
A. Been, L. Ni
88Mail order, the internet, and invasive aquatic weeds
S. H. Kay and S. T. Hoyle
July
95Laboratory and greenhouse studies of microbial products used to biologically control algae
Robert J. Duvall and L.W.J. Anderson
99Pond enclosure evaluations of microbial products and chemical algicides used in lake management
Robert J. Duvall, L.W.J. Anderson and C.R. Goldman
107Physical and vegetative characteristics of floating islands
Craig T. Mallison, R.K. Stocker and C.E. Cichra
112Simazine toxicity and uptake by parrotfeather
Patrick C. Wilson, T. Whitwell and S.J. Klaine
117The 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
125Control of dioecious New Zealand hydrilla using fluridone in mesocosms
Deborah H. Hofstra and J.S. Clayton
129Endothall species selectivity evaluations
John G. Skogerboe and K.D. Getsinger
136NOTES
Dynamics of a pioneer population of eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.) in a shallow Lake Erie wetland
Robert S. Whyte and D.A. Franko
140NOTES
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
January
1Presidential Address
D. F. Spencer
5Interactions between American pondweed and monoecious hydrilla grown in mixtures
D. F. Spencer and G. G. Ksander
14Population 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
17Influence of water depth on the rate of expansion of giant cutgrass populations and management implications
A. M. Fox and W. T. Haller
25Influence 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
33Monitoring hydrilla using two RAPD procedures and the Nonindigenous Aquatic Species database
P. T. Madeira, C. C. Jacono, and T. K. Van
40Comparison of Experimental Strategies to Control Torpedograss
C. G. Hanlon and K. Langeland
48Evaluation 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.
55Influence of sediment nutrients on growth of emergent Hygrophila
D. L. Sutton and P. M .Dingler
62Estimating above-ground biomass of Melaleuca quinquenervia in Florida, USA
T. K. Van, M. B. Rayachhertry, and T. D. Center
68NOTES
Relative tolerance of mat-forming algae to copper
C. A. Lembi
70NOTES
Herbicide evaluation for the control of wild taro
L. S. Nelson and K. D. Getsinger
July
Special Issue: The Use of Native Insect Herbivores for the Management of Eurasian Watermilfoil
77Letter from the editor
J. D. Madsen
78The weevil-watermilfoil interaction at different spatial scales: what we know and what we need to know
R. P. Creed, Jr.
82Eurasian watermilfoil biomass associated with insect herbivores in New York
R. L. Johnson, P. J. Van Dusen, J. A. Toner, and N. G. Hairston, Jr.
88Euhrychiopsis 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
98Temporal and spatial changes in milfoil distribution and biomass associated with weevils in Fish Lake, WI
R. A. Lillie
105A decline of Eurasian watermilfoil in Minnesota associated with the milfoil weevil, Euhrychiopsis lecontei
R. M. Newman and D. D. Biesboer
112Relationship between water quality, watermilfoil frequency, and weevil distribution in the State of Washington
M. Tamayo, C. E. Grue, and K. Hamel
117Factors to consider when using native biological control organisms to manage exotic plants
A. F. Cofrancesco
121Panel 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
January
1Presidential Address: The Aquatic Plant Management Society and our future sphere of influence
A.M. Fox
3Changes in submersed macrophytes in relation to tidal storm surges
Mataraza, L.K., J.B. Terrell, A.B. Munson, and D.E. Canfield, Jr.
13Influence of foliar exposure, adjuvants, and rain-free period on the efficacy of glyphosate for torpedograss control
Smith, B. E., K.A. Langeland, and C.G. Hanlon
17High-temperature effects on growth and propagule formation in hydrilla biotypes
McFarland, D.G., and J.W. Barko
25Vegetative spread of dioecious hydrilla colonies in experimental ponds
Madsen, J.D., and D.H. Smith
29NOTES
Evaluation of SP1001 (pelargonic acid) in combination with glyphosate on cattail and alligatorweed
Kay, S.H.
31NOTES
Invasion of egeria into the Hawkesbury-Nepean River, Australia
Roberts, D.E., A.G. Church, and S.P. Cummins
34NOTES
Vertebrates removed by mechanical weed harvesting in Lake Keesus, Wisconsin
Booms, T.L.
July
41Distribution and density of vegetative hydrilla propagules in the sediments of two New Zealand lakes
Hofstra, D.E., J.S. Clayton, P.D. Champion and J.D. Green
44Compatibility of glyphosate with Galerucella calmariensis; A biological control agent for purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria)
Lindgren, C.J., T.S. Gabor and H.R. Murkin
49The rise and fall of water net (Hydrodictyon reticulatum) in New Zealand
Rohan, D.S., J.A. Hall, J.S. Clayton, P.D. Champion, G.W. Payne and D.E. Hofstra
55Laboratory evaluation of mefluidide effects on elongation of hydrilla and Eurasian watermilfoil
Liu, X and C.A. Lembi
61Implications for herbivory of seasonal changes in chemical composition of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.) and water temperature at two sites in northern California
Spencer, D.F. and G.G. Ksander
67Influence of dilute acetic acid treatments on survival of monoecious hydrilla tubers in the Oregon House Canal, California
Spencer, D.F. and G.G. Ksander
71Using remote sensing and spatial information technologies to detect and map two aquatic macrophytes
Everitt, J.H., C. Yang, D.E. Escobar, C.F. Webster, R.I. Lonard, and M.R. Davis
80NOTES
Effect of cattail (Typha domingensis) extracts, leachates, and selected phenolic compounds on rates of oxygen production by salvinia (Salvinia minima)
Gallardo, M.T., J.R. Ascher, M.J. Collier, B.B. Martin and D.F. Martin
January
1Letter from the editor
Madsen, J. D.
2Presidential address – Aquatic plant management: A sense of history
Getsinger, K. D.
5Interaction of common carp with aquatic weeds in Argentine drainage channels
Sidorkewicj, N. S., A. C. L. Cazorla, K. J. Murphy, M. R. Sabbatini, O. A. Fernandez, and J. C. J. Domaniewski
11Physico-chemical factors influencing the control of torpedograss with glyphosate
Willard, T. R., D. G. Shilling, W. T. Haller, and K. A. Langeland
16A biogeographic perspective on Eurasian watermilfoil declines: Additional evidence for the role of herbivorous weevils in promoting declines?
Creed, R. P.
23An overview of the aquatic plant control research program
Gunkel, R. C., and J. W. Barko
25Overview of the ecological assessment technology area
Madsen, J. D.
28Predicting invasion success of Eurasian watermilfoil
Madsen, J. D.
33The aquatic macrophyte seed bank in Lake Onalaska, Wisconsin
McFarland, D. G., and S. J. Rogers
40Phenological studies of carbohydrate allocation in Hydrilla
Owens, C. S., and J. D. Madsen
44Techniques for establishing native aquatic plants
Smart, R. M., G. O. Dick, and R. D. Doyle
49Overview and future direction of biological control technology
Cofrancesco, A. F.
54Biological control of Hydrilla using an endemic fungal pathogen
Shearer, J. F.
57An active approach to the use of insect biological control for the management of non-native aquatic plants
Grodowitz, M. J.
61Chemical control research in the Corps of Engineers
Getsinger, K. D.
64Selective effects of aquatic herbicides on sago pondweed
Sprecher, S. L., K. D. Getsinger, and A. B. Stewart
69Low-dose metering of endothall for aquatic plant control in flowing water
Sisneros, D., M. Lichtwardt, and T. Greene
73Mesocosm evaluation of integrated fluridone fungal pathogen treatment on four submersed plants
Nelson, L. S., J. F. Shearer, and M. D. Netherland
78Computer tools developed for aquatic plant management
Madsen, J. D., M. J. Grodowitz, R. M. Stewart, S. Whitaker, and L. Jeffers
82Response of littoral fishes in upper Lake Marion, South Carolina following Hydrilla control by triploid grass carp
Killgore, K. J., J. P. Kirk, and J. W. Foltz
July
93An evaluation of close-cut mechanical harvesting of Eurasian watermilfoil
Unmuth, J. M. L., D. J. Sloey, and R. A. Lillie
101Analysis of the recreational fishery and angler attitudes toward Hydrilla in Lake Seminole, a southeastern reservoir
Slipke, J. W., M. J. Maceina, and J. M. Grizzle
107Random amplified polymorphic DNA analysis of water spinach (Ipomoea aquatica) in Florida
Van, T. K., and P. T. Madeira
111Phytoene and carotene response of aquatic plants to fluridone under laboratory conditions
Sprecher, S. L., M. D. Netherland, and A. B. Stewart
121Competitive interactions between Eurasian watermilfoil and northern watermilfoil in experimental tanks
Valley, R. D., and R. M. Newman
127The potential of a summer drawdown to manage monoecious Hydrilla
Poovey, A. G., and S. H. Kay
130Using videotaped transects to estimate submersed plant abundance in Fall River, California
Spencer, D. F., and G. G. Ksander
138Seasonal biomass and carbohydrate allocation in dioecious Hydrilla
Madsen, J. D., and C. S. Owens
145Survey and evaluation of Mexican native fungi for potential biocontrol of waterhyacinth
Jimenez, M. M., and R. Charudattan
148Evaluation of four herbicides for management of American frogbit (Limnobium spongia)
Madsen, J. D., C. S. Owens, and K. D. Getsinger
January
1Turion ecology of Hydrilla
Netherland, M. D.
10Hydrilla verticillata (Hydrocharitaceae) in Connecticut
Les, D. H., L. J. Mehrhoff, M. A. Cleland, and J. D. Gabel
15Seasonal biomass and carbohydrate allocation in a southern population of Eurasian watermilfoil
Madsen, J. D.
21Use of native macrophytes as indicators of suitable Eurasian watermilfoil habitat in Wisconsin lakes
Nichols, S. A., and L. A. J. Buchan
25Dilute acetic acid exposure enhances electrolyte leakage by Hydrilla verticillata and Potamogeton pectinatus tubers
Spencer, D. F., and G. G. Ksander
30Interactive effects of aluminum and humic substances on Salvinia
Gardner, J. L., and S. H. Al Hamdani
35The effect of drying period on the germination of Eurasian watermilfoil seeds
Standifer, N. E., and J. D. Madsen
July
41Mesocosm evaluation of the species-selective potential of fluridone
Netherland, M. D., K. D. Getsinger, and J. D. Skogerboe
50Response of hydrilla and American pondweed to flurprimidol
Nelson, L. S.
55Control of Melaleuca seedlings and trees by herbicides
Stocker, R. K., and D. R. Sanders
60Short-day exposure period for subterranean turion formation in dioecious Hydrilla
Thakore, J. N., W. T. Haller, and D. G. Shilling
63Vegetative spread of Eurasian watermilfoil colonies
Madsen, J. D., and D. H. Smith
69Effects of benthic barriers on aquatic habitat conditions and macroinvertebrate communities
Ussery, T. A., H. L. Eakin, B. S. Payne, A. C. Miller, and J. W. Barko
74Largemouth bass diets in two aquatic plant communities
Dibble, E. D., and S. L. Harrel
79Preferences of grass carp for macrophytes in Iberian drainage channels
Catarino, L. F., M. T. Ferreira, and I. S. Moreira
January
1Presidential Address
Dekozlowski, S. J.
4Integrated use of fluridone and a fungal pathogen for control of Hydrilla
Netherland, M. D., and J. F. Shearer
8Response of Callitriche and Potamogeton to cutting, dredging and shade in English drainage channels
Sabbatini, M. R., and K. J. Murphy
12Propagation and mechanical control of Potamogeton illinoensis Morong in irrigation canals in Argentina
Armellina, A. D., C. R. Bezic, and O. A. Gajardo
17Iron dependence of Lyngbya majuscula
Gross, E. D., and D. F. Martin
21Growth of Texas wildrice (Zizania texana) in three sediments from the San Marcos River
Power, P.
23Largemouth bass abundance and aquatic vegetation in Florida Lakes – an empirical analysis
Hoyer, M. V., and D. E. Canfield
33Relations between submersed macrophyte abundance and largemouth bass tournament success on two Tennessee River impoundments
Maceina, M. J., and W. C. Reeves
39Effects of cutrine-plus and cide-kick II on the growth of algae and cyanobacteria
Hallingse, M. E., and E. J. Phlips
 Erratum
July
43Largemouth bass abundance and aquatic vegetation in Florida Lakes – an alternative interpretation
Maceina, M. J.
48Lake size, aquatic macrophytes, and largemouth bass abundance in Florida lakes – a reply
Hoyer, M. V., and D. E. Canfield
50Growth of torpedograss from rhizomes planted under flooded conditions
Sutton, D. L.
53Effects of recreation on the submersed aquatic plant community of Rainbow River, Florida
Mumma, M. T., C. E. Cichra, and J. T. Sowards
57The effect of increased water level on Isoetes lacustris L in Lake Baciver, Spain
Gacia, E., and E. Ballesteros
60Microorganisms associated with Hydrilla in ponds and lakes in north Florida
Shabana, Y. M., and R. Charudattan
68Comparing spring treatments of 2,4-D with bottom fabrics to control a new infestation of Eurasian watermilfoil
Helsel, D. R., D. T. Gerber, and S. Engel
72Efficacy of triclopyr on purple loosestrife and associated wetland vegetation
Nelson, L. S., K. D. Getsinger, and J. E. Freedman
74The potential for biological control of water primrose (Ludwigia grandiflora) by the water primrose flea beetle (Lysathia ludoviciana) in the southeastern United States
McGregor, M. A., D. R. Bayne, J. G. Steeger, E. C. Webber, and E. Reutebuch
76The effects of harvesting Eurasian watermilfoil on the aquatic weevil Euhrychiopsis lecontei
Sheldon, S. P., and L. M. Obryan
78UV-B filtration to reduce photolysis of fluridone in experimental tanks
Macdonald, G. E., W. T. Haller, and D. G. Shilling
January
1Presidential Address
Zolczynski, S. J.
3Growth of dioecious Hydrilla in sediments from six Florida lakes
Sutton, D. L., and K. M. Portier
8Coexistence of monoecious and dioecious Hydrilla in Lake Gaston, North Carolina and Virginia
Ryan, F. J., C. R. Coley, and S. H. Kay
13Identification, biology and management of Elodea canadensis, Hydrocharitaceae
Bowmer, K. H., S. W. L. Jacobs, and G. R. Sainty
19Waterbird abundance and activity on waterhyacinth and egeria in the St Marks River, Florida
Bartodziej, W., and G. Weymouth
23A quality control standard for fluridone analysis
Mossler, M. A., D. G. Shilling, K. E. Milgram, and R. Querns
25Efficacy of wipe-on applications of glyphosate and imazapyr on common reed in aquatic sites
Kay, S. H.
27Conversion of C-14 glyphosate to carbon dioxide by alligator weed
Eberbach, P. L. and K. H. Bowmer
July
33Laboratory evaluation of threshold fluridone concentrations under static conditions for controlling Hydrilla and Eurasian watermilfoil
Netherland, M. D., and K. D. Getsinger
36Potential control of Hydrilla and Eurasian watermilfoil under various fluridone half-life scenarios
Netherland, M. D., and K. D. Getsinger
43Triclopyr effects on peroxidase activity in target and non-target aquatic plants
Sprecher, S. L., and A. B. Stewart
48Effects of triclopyr amine on purple loosestrife and non-target wetland plants in South-Eastern Ontario, Canada
Gabor, T. S., T. Haagsma, H. R. Murkin, and E. Armson
51Recolonization of the littoral zone by macrophytes following the removal of benthic barrier material
Eichler, L. W., R. T. Bombard, B. J. W. Sutherland, and C. M. Boylen
55Potential geographical distribution of alligator weed and its biological control by Agasicles hygrophila
Julien, M. H., B. Skarratt, and G. F. Maywald
61Influence of acetic acid on regrowth of dioecious Hydrilla from root crowns
Spencer, D. F., and G. G. Ksander
63Low temperature limits of waterhyacinth
Owens, C. S., and J. D. Madsen
68Nutrient concentrations as predictors of nuisance Hydrodictyon reticulatum populations in New Zealand
Hall, J. A., and N. Cox
January
1Mesocosm evaluation of bensulfuron methyl activity on Eurasian watermilfoil, Vallisneria, and American Pondweed
Getsinger, K. D., G. O. Dick, R. M. Crouch, and L. S. Nelson
7Response of Hydrilla to various concentrations and exposures of bensulfuron methyl
Van, T. K., and V. V. Vandiver
12Persistence of bensulfuron methyl and control of Hydrilla in shallow ponds
Langeland, K. A., and F. B. Laroche
15Dissipation of gibberellin synthesis inhibitors in small-scale aquatic systems
Chand, T., and C. A. Lembi
21The effect of 2 herbivorous insect larvae on Eurasian watermilfoil
Creed, R. P., and S. P. Sheldon
27Biological control of water lettuce in various impoundments of Zimbabwe
Chikwenhere, G. P.
29Control of submersed weeds by grass carp in waterlily production ponds
Santha, C. R., R. D. Martyn, W. H. Neill, and K. Strawn
33Impact of harvesting on aquatic plant communities in Lake Wingra, Wisconsin
Nichols, S. A., and R. C. Lathrop
37Ipomoea carnea Jacq – a new aquatic weed problem in India
Chaudhuri, H., T. Ramaprabhu, and V. Ramachandran
39Correlation of triclopyr and rhodamine Wt dye dissipation in the Pend-Oreille River
Turner, E. G., K. D. Getsinger, and M. D. Netherland
41Hauling and post-stocking mortality of triploid grass carp
Clapp, D. F., R. S. Hestand, and B. Z. Thompson
July
47Use of fluridone for Hydrilla management in the Withlacoochee River, Florida
Fox, A. M., W. T. Haller, and D. G. Shilling
56Effects of harvesting on plant communities dominated by Eurasian watermilfoil in Lake Minnetonka, Mn
Crowell, W., N. Troelstrup, L. Queen, and J. Perry
61Mapping aquatic macrophytes through digital image analysis of aerial photographs – an Assessment
Marshall, T. R., and P. F. Lee
67Nitrogen and carbon concentrations, soluble proteins and free amino acids in subterranean turions of Hydrilla during overwintering
Ryan, F. J.
71Phenolic acid content of vegetative propagules of Potamogeton spp and Hydrilla verticillata
Spencer, D. F., and G. G. Ksander
74Development of an impact penetrometer for evaluating compaction of littoral hydrosoils
Coley, C. R., S. H. Kay, and S. T. Hoyle
77An inexpensive and lightweight sampler for the rapid collection of aquatic macrophytes
Marshall, T. R., and P. F. Lee
80Bensulfuron methyl residues in Florida Lakes
Langeland, K. A.
January
International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Aquatic Plants
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iSpecial Edition – International Symposium On the Biology and Management of Aquatic Plants – Preface
Haller, W. T., D. N. Riemer, G. E. Bowes, A. M. Fox, J. C. Joyce, T. V. Madsen, and M. R. Rattray
1Special Edition International Symposium On the Biology and Management of Aquatic Plants – Presidential Address
Stocker, R. K.
5Aquatic Weeds and Fisheries Production in Developing Regions of the World – Plenary Address
Petr, T.
13Ecological Crisis in Post-Communist Central Europe – Plenary Address
Kvet, J.
17Processes of Aquatic Weed Invasions – the New Zealand Example – Plenary Address
Howardwilliams, C.
24Oxygen Exchange By Entire Root Systems of Cyperus involucratus and Eleocharis sphacelata
Sorrell, B. K., H. Brix, and P. T. Orr
29Effect of Hexavalent Chromium On Photosynthetic Rates and Petiole Growth in Nelumbo lutea Seedlings
Francko, D. A., L. Delay, and S. Alhamdani
34Morphological and Photosynthetic Characteristics of Potamogeton obtusifolius From Different Depths
Maberly, S. C.
39The Mechanism of Action of Bensulfuron-Methyl On Hydrilla
Rattray, M. R., G. Macdonald, D. Shilling, and G. Bowes
43Comparisons of Herbicide Toxicity Using in Vitro Cultures of Myriophyllum spicatum
Bird, K. T.
45Peroxidase Changes As Indicators of Herbicide-Induced Stress in Aquatic Plants
Sprecher, S. L., A. B. Stewart, and J. M. Brazil
50Effects of Endothall and Other Aquatic Herbicides On Chlorophyll Fluorescence, Respiration and Cellular Integrity
Macdonald, G. E., D. G. Skilling, and T. A. Bewick
55Effect of Fluridone On Chlorophyll, Carotenoid and Anthocyanin Content of Hydrilla
Doong, R. L., G. E. Macdonald, and D. G. Shilling
59Growth Regulator Effects On in Vitro Shoot Regeneration of Crassula helmsii
Kane, M. E., N. L. Philman, C. A. Bartuska, and D. B. McConnell
64Injection of Nutrients Into Sand Rooting Media For Culture of Dioecious Hydrilla
Sutton, D. L.
70Distribution, Ecology and Conservation of Luronium natans (L) Raf in Britain
Willby, N. J., and J. W. Eaton
76Temporal Variation in the Biomass of Submersed Macrophytes in Lake Okeechobee, Florida
Hopson, M. S., and P. V. Zimba
81Submersed Aquatic Plant Communities in Western New York – 50 Years of Change
Bowman, J. A., and K. E. Mantai
84Seasonal Relationship Between Southern Naiad and Associated Periphyton
Delavega, E. L., J. R. Cassani, and H. Allaire
88Physiological Plasticity in Elodea nuttallii (Planch) St John
Jones, J. I., J. W. Eaton, and K. Hardwick
94Rhizome Longevity in Two Floating-Leaved Aquatic Macrophytes, Nymphaea tetragona and Brasenia schreberi
Kunii, H.
98Seed Germination of Typha subulata in Relation to Weed Management
Sobrero, M. T., O. A. Fernandez, and M. R. Sabbatini
101Turion Production By Dioecious Hydrilla in North Florida
Miller, J. D., W. T. Haller, and M. S. Glenn
105Distribution of Hydrilla in Northern China – Implications On Future Spread in North America
Balciunas, J. K., and P. P. Chen
109Effects of Metabolic Products of Cellulose-Utilizing Organisms On Hydrilla
Pompey, B. L. S., and D. F. Martin
113Effects of Eutrophication On Ranunculus and Potamogeton
Spink, A. J., K. J. Murphy, S. M. Smith, and D. F. Westlake
118Structure and Environmental Factors in Macrophyte Stands
Wychera, U., R. Zoufal, P. Christofdirry, and G. A. Janauer
122Potential For Re-Establishment of Aquatic Plants in Lake Ellesmere (New Zealand)
Gerbeaux, P.
128Modeling Resource Allocation in Potamogeton pectinatus L.
Vandijk, G. M., and J. H. Janse
134Growth and Biomass Allocation Patterns During Waterhyacinth Mat Development
Madsen, J. D.
137Elemental Composition of Five Submersed Aquatic Plants Collected From Lake Okeechobee, Florida
Zimba, P. V., M. S. Hopson, and D. E. Colle
141The Influence of Vegetation Pre-Dredging On the Post-Dredging Community
Wade, P. M.
144Suction Harvesting of Eurasian Watermilfoil and Its Effect On Native Plant Communities
Eichler, L. W., R. T. Bombard, J. W. Sutherland, and C. W. Boylen
148The Impact of Mechanical Harvesting Regimes On the Species Composition of Dutch Ditch Vegetation – a Quantitative Approach
Best, E. P. H.
154Seed Production and Growth of Waterchestnut As Influenced By Cutting
Methe, B. A., R. J. Soracco, J. D. Madsen, and C. W. Boylen
157Vegetation Zones Along Watercourses – Inter-Relationships and Implications For Mechanical Control
Pot, R.
162Aquatic Plant Management in Relation to Irish Recreational Fisheries Development
Caffrey, J. M.
168Capture of Grass Carp From Vegetated Lakes
Bonar, S. A., S. A. Vecht, C. R. Bennett, G. B. Pauley, and G. L. Thomas
175Hydrilla Response to Mariner Applied to Lakes
Langeland, K. A.
179Bensulfuron Methyl Activity On Eurasian Watermilfoil
Nelson, L. S., M. D. Netherland, and K. D. Getsinger
185Changes in Nontarget Wetland Vegetation Following a Large-Scale Fluridone Application
Farone, S. M., and T. M. McNabb
189Fluridone Concentration and Exposure Time Requirements For Control of Eurasian Watermilfoil and Hydrilla
Netherland, M. D., K. D. Getsinger, and E. G. Turner
195Effects of Fluridone On Hydrilla Growth and Reproduction
Macdonald, G. E., D. G. Shilling, R. L. Doong, and W. T. Haller
199Factors Influencing the Efficacy of Glyphosate On Torpedograss (Panicum repens L)
Smith, B. E., D. G. Shilling, W. T. Haller, and G. E. Macdonald
203Control of Microcystis aeruginosa By Decomposing Barley Straw
Newman, J. R., and P. R. F. Barrett
207Leaf Protein Concentrate From Water Hyacinth
Virabalin, R., B. Kositsup, and H. Punnapayak
210Benefits of the British Columbia Aquatic Plant Management Program
Newroth, P. R., and M. D. Maxnuk
214Research Needs For Aquatic Plant Management in Developing Countries
Brabben, T. E.
218Evaluation of Invasions and Declines of Submersed Aquatic Macrophytes
Chambers, P. A., J. W. Barko, and C. S. Smith
221Carbon Fixation and Concentrating Mechanisms
Madsen, T. V., and G. Bowes
223New Frontiers in Biocontrol
Forno, I. W., and A. F. Cofrancesco
July
227A Review of the Biology of Giant Salvinia (Salvinia molesta Mitchell)
Oliver, J. D.
232Distribution of Submersed Macrophytes By Echo-Sounder Tracings in Lake Saint-Pierre, Quebec
Fortin, G. R., L. Saintcyr, and M. Leclerc
240Production Dynamics of Typha domingensis (Pers) Kunth Population in Cuba
Fraga, J. M. P. and J. Kvet
244Biomass, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus Allocation in Parrotfeather (Myriophyllum aquaticum)
Sytsma, M. D., and L. W. J. Anderson
248Flood Control Benefits of Aquatic Plant Control in Floridas Flatwoods Citrus Groves
Thunberg, E. M., and C. N. Pearson
255Effect of Glyphosate On Different Densities of Water Hyacinth
Lopez, E. G.
257Interaction of Formulation and Soil Components On the Aqueous Concentration of Fluridone
Mossler, M. A., D. G. Shilling, K. E. Milgram, and W. T. Haller
261Use of Hollow-Fiber Membranes For Measurement of Diffusive Flux of Compounds in Sediments
Sytsma, M. D., and L. W. J. Anderson
265The Rapid Suppression of the Growth of Melaleuca quinquenervia Saplings in Australia By Insects
Balciunas, J. K., and D. W. Burrows
271Waterchestnut Seed Production and Management in Watervliet Reservoir, New-York
Madsen, J. D.
273Herbicide Inhibition of Grass Carp Feeding On Hydrilla
Kracko, K. M., and R. L. Noble
January
1Efficacy of triclopyr on Eurasian watermilfoil – concentration and exposure time effects
Netherland, M. D., and K. D. Getsinger
6Response of hydrilla and Eurasian watermilfoil to flurprimidol concentrations and exposure times
Lembi, C. A., and T. Chand
9Growth of monoecious hydrilla on different soils amended with peat or barley straw
Spencer, D. F., G. G. Ksander, and S. R. Bissell
15Growth of dioecious and monoecious Hydrilla from single tubers
Sutton, D. L., T. K. Van, and K. M. Portier
20Organic sedimentation associated with Hydrilla management
Joyce, J. C., K. A. Langeland, T. K. Van, and V. V. Vandiver
23Factors influencing gas evolution beneath a benthic barrier
Gunnison, D., and J. W. Barko
28Establishment and impact of redbelly tilapia in a vegetated cooling reservoir
Crutchfield, J. U., D. H. Schiller, D. D. Herlong, and M. A. Mallin
35Response of 2 alligatorweed biotypes to quinclorac
Kay, S. H.
41Response of monoecious and dioecious Hydrilla to bensulfuron methyl
Van, T. K., and V. V. Vandiver
44Potential use of bensulfuron methyl for sediment application in irrigation systems in Australia
Bowmer, K. H., G. McCorkelle, and G. R. Sainty
48Inhibition of Hydrilla tuber formation by bensulfuron methyl
Haller, W. T., A. M. Fox, and C. A. Hanlon
July
53Hydrilla growth and tuber production in response to bensulfuron methyl concentration and exposure time
Langeland, K. A., and F. B. Laroche
58Improving herbicide efficacy in spring-fed tidal canals by timing and application methods
Fox, A. M., and W. T. Haller
62The rate of expansion of Melaleuca in South Florida
Laroche, F. B., and A. P. Ferriter
66Residential flood control benefits of aquatic plant control
Thunberg, E. M., C. N. Pearson, and J. W. Milon
71Dredging to control curly-leaved pondweed – a decade later
Tobiessen, P., J. Swart, and S. Benjamin
73Correlation of bensulfuron methyl and dye concentrations in water following concurrent application
Fox, A. M., W. T. Haller, and K. D. Getsinger
75The effect of herbivore feeding on the buoyancy of Eurasian watermilfoil
Creed, R. P., S. P. Sheldon, and D. M. Cheek
77Angler attitudes toward control of freshwater vegetation
Wilde, G. R., R. K. Riechers, and J. Johnson
January
1Managing Aquatic Plants in the 1990s – Presidential Address
Sutton, D. L.
3Non-genetic origin of isoenzymic variability in subterranean turions of monoecious and dioecious Hydrilla
Ryan, F. J., J. S. Thullen, and D. L. Holmberg
6Influence of spikerush plants on growth and nutrient content of Hydrilla
Sutton, D. L., and K. M. Portier
12Comparisons of potential allelopathy of 7 freshwater species of spikerushes (Eleocharis)
Wooten, J. W., and S. D. Elakovich
15A computer simulation model of waterhyacinth and weevil interactions
Akbay, K. S., F. G. Howell, and J. W. Wooten
21Using optimization and simulation techniques to estimate initial weevil populations
Akbay, K. S.
24Enhanced biological control of waterhyacinth following limited herbicide application
Haag, K. H., and D. H. Habeck
29In vitro propagation and bioassay systems for evaluating growth regulator effects on Myriophyllum species
Kane, M. E., and E. F. Gilman
32Wastewater grown waterhyacinth as an ingredient in rabbit food
Moreland, A. F., B. R. Collins, C. A. Hansen, and R. Obrien
39Culture and growth of pickerelweed from seedlings
Sutton, D. L.
42Efficacy of early-season fluridone treatment for management of watermeal, Wolffia columbiana Karst
Kay, S. H.
45Physical description of water hyacinth mats to improve harvester design
Petrell, R. J., L. O. Bagnall, and G. H. Smerage
51Effect of heavy metals on short-term photosynthetic rates in Potamogeton amplifolius
Porter, M. R., and D. A. Francko
53Introduction of Neohydronomus affinis for biological control of Pistia stratiotes in Zimbabwe
Chikwenhere, G. P., and I. W. Forno
55Effects of herbicides and microbial insecticides on the insects of aquatic plants
Haag, K. H., and G. R. Buckingham
July
61Endothall concentration and exposure time
relationships for the control of Eurasian watermilfoil and hydrilla
Netherland, M. D., W. R. Green, and K. D. Getsinger
67Effects of fluridone and terbutryn on phytoplankton and water quality in isolated columns of water
Struve, M. R., J. H. Scott, and D. R. Bayne
77Microbial degradation of fluridone
Mossler, M. A., D. G. Shilling, S. L. Albrecht, and W. T. Haller
80Plant preferences of triploid grass carp
Pine, R. T., and L. W. J. Anderson
83Grass carp movement in 2 morphologically diverse reservoirs
Cassani, J. R., and D. Maloney
88The effect of cyanophages on the growth and survival of Lyngbya wollei, Anabaena flos-aquae, and Anabaena circinalis
Monegue, R. L., and E. J. Philips
94The decline of native vegetation under dense Eurasian watermilfoil canopies
Madsen, J. D., J. W. Sutherland, J. A. Bloomfield, L. W. Eichler, and C. W. Boylen
99Ecophenic variations in wiregrass (Spartina patens)
Pezeshki, S. R., and R. D. Delaune
102Regenerative capacity of Myriophyllum aquaticum tissues cultured in vitro
Kane, M. E., E. F. Gilman, and M. A. Jenks
109Effects of waterhyacinth on water transportation in Nigeria
Alimi, T., and O. A. Akinyemiju
113Submersed plants and algae as factors in the loss of rhodamine WT dye
Turner, E. G., M. D. Netherland, and K. D. Getsinger
115Potential formation of n-methylformamide (NMF) from fluridone in New England
Smith, D. W., L. D. Lyman, and R. L. Leblanc
117Effects of underwater clipping of purple loosestrife in a southern Ontario wetland
Haworthbrockman, M. J., H. R. Murkin, R. T. Clay, and E. Armson
January
1Presidential Address aquatic plant management through the years what the record shows
Couch, R.
3Seasonal biomass and carbohydrate allocation in waterhyacinth
Luu, K. T., and K. D. Getsinger
11Production of axillary turions by the dioecious Hydrilla verticillata
Thullen, J. S.
15Temperature and daylength effects on growth and tuber formation in Hydrilla
McFarland, D. G., and J. W. Barko
20Growth of Sagittaria subulata and interaction with Hydrilla
Sutton, D. L.
23Influence of surfactants and additives on phytotoxicity of glyphosate to torpedograss
Shilling, D. G., W. T. Haller, and T. R. Willard
27Response of eurasian watermilfoil to 2,4-D concentrations and exposure times
Green, W. R., and H. E. Westerdahl
32Influence of subsequent flooding depth on cattail control by burning and mowing
Ball, J. P.
36Control of aquatic plants in static and flowing water by yearling triploid grass carp
Pine, R. T., L. W. J. Anderson, and S. S. O. Hung
41Ecological impacts of harvesting macrophytes in Halverson Lake, Wisconsin
Engel, S.
46The effect of stand thinning and straw management on the productivity of lake grown wild rice in Saskatchewon
Archibold, O. W.
50An aquatic bioassay of herbicide bleaching in the charophyte sporeling, Nitella furcata
Burkhart, C. A., and R. G. Stross
July
55Ecology of Eurasian watermilfoil
Smith, C. S., and J. W. Barko
64An empirical method for characterizing standing crops of aquatic vegetation
Canfield, D. E., M. V. Hoyer, and C. M. Duarte
69Composition of Indian aquatic plants in relation to utilization as animal forage
Banerjee, A., and S. Matai
74Longevity of monoecious Hydrilla propagules
Van, T. K., and K. K. Steward
77Influence of 2,2′-Dipyridyl On the toxicity of fluridone to Hydrilla
Spencer, D. F., F. J. Ryan, and G. G. Ksander
80Comparison of 2 methods for evaluating growth of hydrilla in sediments collected from Lake Okeechobee
Sutton, D. L.
84Mineral deficiencies of wild rice grown in flocculent sediments
Day, W. R., and P. F. Lee
89Feeding activity and host preference of the milfoil midge, Cricotopus myriophylli Oliver (Diptera, Chironomidae)
Macrae, I. V., N. N. Winchester, and R. A. Ring
92Cynophages which impact bloom-forming cyanobacteria
Phlips, E. J., R. L. Monegue, and F. J. Aldridge
98Effects of clipping purple loosestrife seedlings during a simulated wetland drawdown
Gabor, T. S., and H. R. Murkin
100A Quantitative Sampler For Biomass Estimates of Aquatic Macrophytes
Sliger, W. A., J. W. Henson, and R. C. Shadden
103Effect of Short-Term Exposure to Copper On Survival of Apple-Snails in an Integrated Control Program
Estebenet, A. L., and N. J. Cazzaniga
105An Economic Analysis of Water Hyacinth Control Methods in Nigeria
Alimi, T., and O. A. Akinyemiju
January
1Comparative shoot and root regeneration from juvenile and adult aerial leaf explants of variable-leaf milfoil
Kane, M. E. and L. S. Albert
15Integration of Myrothecium roridium and 2,4-D in waterhyacinth management
Liyanage, N. P. and S. A. Gunasekera
20Control of common cattail with postemergence herbicides
Comes, R. D. and A. D. Kelley
24Experimental evaluation of fluridone effectiveness on fish productive aquatic ecosystems
Kamarianos, A., J. Altiparmakis, and Karamanlis
26Effects of potassium ricinoleate on water quality, phytoplankton, and off-flavor in channel catfish ponds
Scott, J. H., D. R. Bayne, and C. E. Boyd
32The effects of increased water level on aquatic macrophytes
Wallsten, M., and P.-O. Forsgren
37Problems and control of aquatic weeds in the irrigation systems of Thailand
Thamasara, S
40Management of Salvinia in the northern territory
Miller, I. L. and C. G. Wilson
47Non-destructive estimation of aquatic macrophyte biomass
Pine, R. T., L. W. J. Anderson, and S. S. O. Hung
49Nitrogen and phosphorus uptake and release by the blue-green alga Microcoleus lyngbyaceus
Zimmermann, C. F.
51Effects of grazing and burning on nutritive quality of cattail in Playas
Smith, L. M.
July
57Influence of iron on Hydrilla’s response to fluridone
Spencer, D. F. and G. G. Ksander
65Influence of external iron concentration on active iron for 4 species of aquatic macrophytes
Spencer, D. F. and G. G. Ksander
69Photolytic degradation of fluridone
Mossler, M. A., D. G. Shilling, and W. T. Haller
74Fluridone and n-methylformaide residue determinations in ponds
Osborne, J. A., S. D. West, R. B. Cooper, and D. C. Schmitz
78Allelopathic potential of 16 aquatic and wetland plants
Elakovich, S. D. and J. W. Wooten
84Characterization of allelochemicals in American eelgrass
Cheng, T. S., and D. N. Riemer
90Influence of allelochemicals and aqueous plant extracts on growth of duckweed
Sutton, D. L. and K. M. Portier
96Inter-relationships between Salvinia rotundifolia and Spirodela polyrhiza at various interaction stages
Agami, M. and K. R. Reddy
102Abscisic acid induction of aerial leaf development in Myriophyllum and Proserpinaca species cultured in vitro
Kane, M. E. and L. S. Albert
111Karyotypes of Hydrilla (Hydrocharitaceae) populations in the United-States
Langeland, K. A.
115Laboratory host range studies with a leaf-mining duckweed shore fly
Mansor, M. and G. R. Buckingham
119Eurasian watermilfoil seed ecology from an oligotrophic and eutrophic lake
Madsen, J. D. and C. W. Boylen
 Errata
January
1Presidential address
Martin, D. F.
3Investigation into the disappearance of Eurasian watermilfoil from Kawartha Lakes
Painter, D. S., and K. J. McCabe
12Integrated control of Eurasian watermilfoil, Myriophyllum spicatum by a fungal pathogen and a herbicide
Sorsa, K. K., E. V. Nordheim, and J. H. Andrews
17Selective patterns of herbicide application for improved biological control of waterhyacinth
Haag, K. H., M. S. Glenn, and J. C. Jordan
20Harvest as a control of sago pondweed (Potamogeton pectinatus L.) in Badfish Creek, WI frequency, efficiency and its impact on the stream community oxygen metabolism
Madsen, J. D., M. S. Adams, and P. Ruffier
25Long term effects of mechanical harvesting on Eurasian watermilfoil
Painter, D. S.
29Residues and efficacy of two formulations of 2,4-D on aquatic macrophytes in Buckhorn Lake, Ontario
Carpentier, A. G., D. L. MacKenzie, and R. Frank
38An automated positioning system for determining aquatic macrophyte distribution
Harvey, R. M., G. G. Patterson, and J. R. Pickett
44Chemical composition of Egeria densa
Dillon, C. R., D. V. Maurice, and J. E. Jones
July
47Vegetative spread of Eurasian Watermilfoil in Lake George, New York
Madsen, J. D., L. W. Eichler, and C. W. Boylen
50Allelopathy in threesquare burreed (Sparganium americanum) and American eelgrass (Vallisneria americana)
Cheng, T. S. and D. N. Reimer
55Mineral deficiency symptoms of waterhyacinth
Newman, S. and W. T. Haller
59Integrated control of waterhyacinth with Neochetina and paclobutrazol
Van, T. K.
62Ropewick applicator for ditchbanks
Comes, R. D., and A. D. Kelley
67Sodium carbonate peroxyhydrate as a potential algicide
Quimby, P. C., S. H. Kay, and J. D. Ouzts
69Effect of fluridone on Trapa natans and Phragmites communis
Kamarianos, A., Karamanlis, and G. Fotis
70Effect of two endothall formulations on waterlettuce (Pistia stratiotes)
Conant, R. D., T. K. Van, and V. V. Vandiver
72Effect of a naturally occurring growth inhibitor on the ultrastructure of Hydrilla
Dooris, G. M., P. M. Dooris, and D. F. Martin
74Influence of substituted phenols on the growth of Hydrilla
Martin, B. M. and D. F. Martin
76Index to Journal of Aquatic Plant Management – Volumes 1-25
January
1Evapotranspiration/evaporation (E/E) ratios for aquatic plants
Boyd, C. E.
4Influence of temperature and light on dwarf spikerush and slender spikerush growth
Ashton, F. M., and S. R. Bissell
8Seed germination in Myriophyllum spicatum L.
Coble, T. A., and B. D. Vance
11Variation in Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle propagule weight
Spencer, D. F., L. W. J. Anderson, and M. D. Ames
14The role of Egeria in removing nitrogen and phosphorus from nutrient enriched waters
Reddy, K. R., J. C. Tucker, and W. F. DeBusk
19Environmental effect of aquatic disposal of chopped Hydrilla
Sabol, B. M.
24Invasion of Nigerian waters by water hyacinth
Akinyemiju, O. A.
26Fluridone effects on stressed submersed macrophytes
Westerdahl, H. E., and J. F. Hall
28Influence of plant position on growth of duckweed
Meijer, L. E. and D. L. Sutton
30Nutrient absorption by duckweed
Ice, J. and R. Couch
July
33A model to describe growth of the filamentous alga Pithophora oedogonia (Chlorophyta) in an Indiana Lake
Spencer, D. F., S. W. O’Neal, and C. A. Lembi
40Effect of selected dyes on the growth of the filamentous blue- green alga, Lyngbya majescula
Martin, B. B., D. F. Martin, and M. J. Perez-Curet
43Nitrogen fixation by Azolla cultured in nutrient enriched waters
Reddy, K. R.
48Evapotranspiration from Eichhornia crassipes, Pistia stratiotes, Salvinia herzogii, and Azolla caroliniana during summer in Argentina
Lallana, V. H., R. A. Sabattini, and M. D. C. Lal
51Influence of water regime on growth of dwarf spikerush and slender spikerush
Ashton, F. M., and S. R. Bissell
54Effect of salinity and temperature on germination of monecious Hydrilla propagules
Carter, V., N. B. Rybicki, and C. L. Schulman
57Harvesting and carbohydrate accumulation in Eurasian watermilfoil
Perkins, M. A. and M. D. Sytsma
63Waterhyacinth control by natural water level fluctuations in Byramangala Reservoir
Ramaprabhu, T., P. Kumaraiah, and S. Parameswaran
65Aquatic plant management in drainage canals of Southern Argentina
Fernandez, O. A., J. H. Irigoyen, and M. R. Sabbatini
67Irrigation of bentgrass with fluridone treated water
Langeland, K. A., and T. A. Tucker
70A watery jungle – or why there is an aquatic plant management society today
Friedman, H. J.
74The printed word, a mirror for evaluation
Decell, J. L.
79Founding Fathers
82Officers 1961 – 1985
84Meeting Dates & Locations 1961 – 1985
85Photos
January
1Environmental factors and their consideration in the management of submersed aquatic vegetation: A review
Barko, J. W., M. S. Adams, and N. L. Clesceri
1Dormancy in slender spikerush seed
Yeo, R. R.
16Growth of Hydrilla in established stands of spikerush and slender arrowhead
Sutton, D. L.
20Decay of pondweed and Hydrilla hibernacula by fungi.
Bernhardt, E. A. and J. M. Duniway
24Effects of Bellura obliqua on Typha latifolia productivity
Penko, J. M. and D. C. Pratt
28Variation in waterhyacinth/weevil interactions resulting from temporal differences in weed control efforts
Center, T. D. and W. C. Durden
39Evaluation of fluridone for weed control in New Zealand
Wells, R. D. S., B. T. Coffey, and D. R. Lauren
43Persistence of diquat, endothall, and fluridone in ponds
Langeland, K. A. and J. P. Warner
46Mapping aquatic weeds with aerial color infrared photography and evaluating their control by grass carp
Martyn, R. D., R. L. Noble, and P. W. Bettoli
57Evaluation of methods for capturing grass carp in agricultural canals
Harold, L., Schramm, J., and K. J. Jirka
July
61Photosynthesis and growth of the filamentous blue-green alga Lyngbya birgei in relation to its environment
Beer, S., W. Spencer, and G. Bowes
66Effect of herbicide rate and carrier volume on glyphosate phytotoxicity
Van, T. K., V.V. Vandiver, and R.D. Conant
70Effective control of waterhyacinth using Neochetina and limited herbicide application
Haag, K. H.
76Germination suppression by extracts of aquatic plants
El-Gh, R. A. K. and D. N. Riemer
80Influence of thidiazuron on propagule formation in Hydrilla verticillata
Klaine, S. J.
82Use of the ecologen to study Hydrilla growth inhibitors
Martin, B. B. and D. F. Martin
85Growth of Hygrophila and Hydrilla in flowing water
Dijk, G. M. V., D. D. Thayer, and W. T. Haller
88Influence of allelopathic chemicals on sprouting of Hydrilla tubers
Sutton, D. L.
90Effect of leaf hardness on penetration of waterhyacinth by Sameodes albiguttalis
Wright, A. D. and A. S. Bourne
92Productivity of major Indian aquatic macrophytes
Saha, S. C.
January
1Range extensions of aquatic vascular plant species
Cook, C. D. K.
7Limnophila and Hygrophila A review and physiological assessment of their weed potential in Florida
Spencer, W., and G. Bowes
16A preliminary study of the efficacy of hybrid grass carp for Hydrilla control
Osborne, J. A.
21Consumption of aquatic plants by the West Indian manatee
Etheridge, K., G. B. Rathbun, and J. A. Powell
23Relations between water transparency and maximum depths of macrophyte colonization in lakes
Daniel E. Canfield, K. A. Langeland, and S. B. Lind
29Waterhyacinth decline in Texas caused by Cercospora piaropi
Martyn, R. D.
32Differential response to glyphosate and growth patterns of red fescue (Festuca rubra)
Comes, R. D., L. Y. Marquis, and A. D. Kelley
35Growth and nutrient uptake of pennywort (Hydrocotyle umbellata L) as influenced by the nitrogen content of the water
Reddy, K. R., and J. C. Tucker
40Control of weeds by Azolla in rice
Satapathy, K.B. and Singh, P.K.
42Isozymes in studies of aquatic plants
Wain, R. P., W. T. Haller, and D. F. Martin
46Seed germination in spatterdock (Nuphar advenait)
Riemer, D. N.
July
51Effects of chemical and biological weed control on the ecology of a south Florida pond
Cassani, J. R., and W. E. Caton
59Effects of harvesting on aquatic vegetation and juvenile fish populations at Saratoga Lake, New York
Mikol, G. F.
64Density of tubers and turions of Hydrilla in south Florida
Sutton, D. L. and K. M. Portier
68Hydrilla in three North Carolina lakes
Harlan, S. M., G. J. Davis, and G. J. Pesacreta
72A comparative study of isoenzyme pattersn, morphology and chromosome number of Hydrilla verticillata (L.F.) Royle in Africa
Pieterse, A. H., J. A. C. Verkleij, and H. P. M. Staphorst
77Insects damaging Hydrilla in the USA
Balciunas, J. K. and M. C. Minno
83Morphology of slender spikerush seed (Eleocharis acicularis (L.) R. & S.)
Yeo, R. R., R. H. Falk, and J. R. Thurston
87Laboratory studies on the relation between aquatic vegetation and the presence of two bilharzia-bearing snail species
Schayck, I. C. P.
92Expanded range of the alligatorweed flea beetle in South Carolina
Hruska, A. J., S. M. Gladstone, and K. G. Wilson
94Effect of herbicides on floating aquatic plants
Thayer, D. D. and W. T. Haller
January
1The morphology of hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle)
Yeo, R. R., R. H. Falk, and J. R. Thurston
17Ecophysiological studies on water lettuce in a polluted lake
Sharma, B. M.
22Factors affecting germination of seeds of fragrant waterlily (Nymphaea odorata)
Else, M. J., and D. N. Riemer
25Photo-enchancement of hydrogen peroxide toxicity to submersed vascular plants and algae
Kay, S. H., P. C. Quimby. Jr., and J. D. Ouzts
35Prediction of submersed plant biomass by use of a recording fathometer
Maceina, M. J., J. V. Shireman, and K. A. Langeland
38Lake sediment alteration for macrophyte control.
Engel, S. and S. A. Nichols
41Control of the seagrass Heterozostera tasmanica by benthic screens
Bulthuis, D. A.
43Evaluating stationary blankets and removable screens for macrophyte control in lakes
Engel, S.
48Response of periphyton and phytoplankton to chemical control of Hydrilla in artificial pools
Hodgson, L. M. and S. B. Linda
52The effect of dwarf spikerush (Eleocharis coloradoensis) on several submersed aquatic weeds
Yeo, R. R. and J. R. Thurston
57The impact of Neochetina eichhorniae on waterhyacinth in southern Louisiana
Goyer, R. A. and J. D. Stark
62Some effects of nitrogen and phosphorus concentration on the phenology of Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle
Pieterse, A. H., H. P. M. Staphorst, and J. A. C. Verkleij
July
67Laboratory and field investigation of a potential selective algicide, PH4062
Anderson, L. W. J. and N. Dechoretz
75Effect of 2,4-D and gibberellic acid on waterhyacinths under operational conditions
Joyce, J. C. and W. T. Haller
78Aquatic use pattern for silvex cancellation
Gangstad, E. O
80Influence of aquashade on growth, photosynthesis, and phosphorus uptake of microalgae
Spencer, D. F.
84Activity of naturally occurring hydrilla growth inhibitor initial studies
Baltrop, J., B. B. Martin, and D. F. Martin
87The effects of the grass carp on the aquatic macrophytes of four Florida Lakes
Dyke, J. M. V., J. A.J. Leslie, and L. E. Nall
95The effect of three sediment types on tuber production in hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle
Bruner, M. C., and T. R. Batterson
97Developments in aquatic weed control research in India relating to fisheries
Ramaprabhu, T., and V. Ramachandran
101Biological control of water lettuce
Harley, K. L. S., I. W. Forno, and R. C. Kassulke
102Rapid qualitative method for estimating the biomass of submersed macrophytes in large water bodies
Schloesser, D. W. and B. A. Manny
104Genetic relationship among two forms of alligatorweed
Wain, R. P., W. T. Haller, and D. F. Martin
January
1Effect of aquatic macrophytes on physico-chemical parameters of agricultural drainage water
Reddy, K. R., P. D. Sacco, and D. A. Graetz
7Effects of simazine treatment on channel catfish production and water quality in ponds
Tucker, C. S., R. L. Busch, and S. W. Lloyd
11Aquatic plant control and disappearance of terbutryn from treated waters in Ontario, Canada,1974-1977
Mackenzie, D., R. Frank, and G. J. Sirons
17Effects of hydout and aquathol K on Hydrilla in Gatun Lake, Panama
Westerdahl, H. E.
22Threshold 2,4-D concentrations for control of Eurasian watermilfoil and sago pondweed
Westerdahl, H. E. and J. F. Hall
26The potential of Parapoynx stratiotata L. as a biological control agent for Eurasian watermilfoil
Habeck, D. H.
29Potential uses of some aquatic weeds as paper pulp
Joedodibroto, R., L. S. Widyanto, and M. Soerjani
32Waterhyacinth as a potential plant in a paper factory
Widyanto, L. S., A. Sopannata, and U. S. Friend
36Laboratory trials of fluridone on sago pondweed
Irigoyen, J. H. and R. E. Brevedan
38Control of coontail with hydrogen peroxide and copper
Kay, S. H., P.C. Quimby, and J. D. Ouzts
40Culture density and productivity of Pistia stratiotes
Tucker, C. S.
41Replacement of Hydrilla by other aquatic plants in a pond with emphasis on growth of American lotus
Johnston, D. L., D. L. Sutton, and J. V.V. Vandiver
44An effective national voice for food and agricultural science
Hutchcroft, T.
July
49Phenol-storing cells in waterhyacinth leaves
Martyn, R. D., D. A. Samuelson, and T. E. Freeman
53Electron microscopy of the penetration and colonization of waterhyacinth by Acremonium zonatum
Martyn, R. D., D. A. Samuelson, and T. E. Freeman
58Isolation of phenol cells from waterhyacinth leaves and possible effects on the growth of foliar pathogens
Martyn, R. D. and Y. S. Cody
62Leaf spot diseases of waterhyacinth in Sri Lanka
Hettiarachchi, S., S. A. Gunasekera, and I. Balasooriya
65Benefit/Risk analysis of silvex cancellation
Gangstad, E. O.
69Impact of integrated aquatic weed management on water quality in a citrus grove
D.E. Canfield
73Evaluating stationary blankets and removable screens for macrophyte control in lakes
Engel, S.
78The influence of aquatic vegetation upon zooplankton and benthic macroinvertebrates in Orange Lake, Florida
II, C. E. W., J. V. Shireman, and W. T. Haller
83Trends in submersed macrophyte communities of the Currituck Sound 1909-1979
Davis, G. J. and M. M. Brinson
87Variation of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium contents of Hydrilla in South Florida
Sutton, D. L. and K. H. Portier
92Dormancy in seed of dwarf spikerush (Eleocharis coloradoensis (Britt.) Gilly)
Yeo, R. R. and J. R. Thurston
96Genetic distance among three forms of Cabomba
Wain, R. P., W. T. Haller, and D. F. Martin
99Some leaf surface fungi of waterhyacinth in Sri Lanka
Gunasekera, I. J., I. Balasooriya, and S. A. Gunasekera
101Reintroduction of the alligatorweed flea beetle (Agasicles hygrophila Selman and Vogt) into the United States from Argentina
Buckingham, G. R., D. Boucias, and R. F. Theriot
103Evaluation of terratrack and aquascreen for control of aquatic macrophytes
Lewis, D. H., I. Wile, and D. S. Painter
104Control of spatterdock as influenced by time of glyphosate treatment
W.V. Welker, J., and D. N. Riemer
106Phytotoxicity of DP% 5648 to waterhyacinth
Langeland, K. A., W. T. Haller, and D. D. Thayer
107Nutrient absorption by Spirodela polyrrhiza
Muhonen, M., J. Showman, and R. Couch
July
1Presidential Address
Rushing, W. N.
3Trends in submersed macrophyte communities of the Currituck Sound 1977-79
Davis, G. J., J. Conald, and F. Carey
9Control of aquatic weeds with hexazinone
Anderson, L. W. J.
13Evaluation of water quality during herbicide applications to Kerr Lake, OK
Morris, K. and R. Jarman
18Use of waterhyacinth in feeding trials with matrincha (Brycon sp.)
Saint-Paul, U., U. Werder, and A. S. Tei
22Laboratory rearing and life history of Arzama densa, a potential native biological control agent against waterhyacinth
Baer, R. G. and P.C. Quimby
27Effects of Neochetina eichhorniae on the growth of waterhyacinth
Forno, I. W.
32Notes on the biology and host specificity of Acentria nivea (=Acentropus niveus)
Buckingham, G. R. and B. M. Ross
37Grass carp hybridization and observations of a grass carp x bighead hybrid
Sutton, D. L., J. G. Stanley, I. Woodard, and W. Miley
40Nitrogen source, biomass production, and phosphorus uptake in waterhyacinth
Shiralipour, A., L. A. Garrard, and W. T. Haller
44Effect of nitrogen sprays on biomass production and phosphorus uptake in waterhyacinth
Shiralipour, A., W. T. Haller, and L. A. Garrard
47Aquatic weed research in Britain
Robson, T. O.
49Biological control of aquatic weeds in Southwest Florida
Cassani, J. R., J. T.W. Miller, and M. L. Beach
51Diquat and sodium alginate for weed control in rivers
Barrett, P. R. F.
53Preliminary evaluation of hydrogen peroxide as a potential herbicide for aquatic weeds
Quimby, P. C.
55Relationships between pond sediments and simazine loss from waters of laboratory systems
Tucker, C. S. and C. E. Boyd
57Effects of uprooting on Eurasian watermilfoil
Nicholson, S.
59Axenic culture of Hydrilla
Klaine, S. J. and C. H. Ward
61Productivity and nutritive value of Pistia stratiotes and Eichhornia crassipes
Tucker, C. S. and T. A. DeBusk
June
1Presidential Address
Lee, D. V.
4Management of Elodea in Australian irrigation systems
Bowmer, K. H., G. R. Sainty, G. Smith, and K. Shaw
12British Columbia aquatic plant management program
Newroth, P. R.
19Assessment of aquatic weed problems
Mitchell, D. S.
22Formulating aquatic weed management programs
Mitchell, D.S.
24A new approach for Salvinia control
Diatloff, G., A. N. Lee, T. M. Anderson
27Fluridone, a new herbicide for aquatic plant management
McCowan, M. C., C. L. Young, S. D. West, S. J. Parka, and W. R. Arnold
30Fluridone – a new aquatic herbicide
Arnold, W.R.
33The use of multiple inversion and clean-flo lake cleanser in controlling aquatic plants
Laing, R. L.
39Establishment of waterhyacinth weevil populations in Louisiana
Manning, J. H.
42Observations on the biology of the moth, Samea multiplicalis, on waterletttuce in Argentina
DeLoach, C. J., D. J. DeLoach, and Cardo, H. A.
45Biological control of Hydrilla verticillata Royle with grass carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella Val.)
Osborne, J. A. and N. M. Sassic
49Taxonomic characteristics of aquatic plants from the alimentary tract of grass carp
Carter, C. C. and R. S. Hestand
54Effects of mechanical cutting on submersed vegetation in a Louisiana lake
Johnson, R. E. and M. R. Bagwell
58Mechanical Hydrilla control in Orange Lake, Florida
McGehee, J. T.
61Seasonal variation in the biomass, tuber density, and photosythetic metabolism of Hydrilla in three Florida lakes
Bowes, G., A. S. Holaday, and W. T. Haller
66Comparative algicide evaluations using laboratory and field algae
Fitzgerald, G. P.
72The Corps of Engineers aquatic plant management program
Brazier, G.
74The Chinampa: an agricultural system that utilizes aquatic plants
Lot, A. A. Novelo, and A. Quiroz
76Evaluation of metham for control of Hydrilla regrowth from tubers
Steward, K. K. and T. D. Center
78Operational collection and release of waterhyacinth weevils
Zeiger, C. F.
June
1Presidential Address
Spirnock, R.A.
3Aquatic weed problems in Puerto Rico
Gangstad, E. O.
5Waterhyacinth control on the lower Fitzroy River
Jamieson, G. I., C. Kershaw, and R. J. Ciesiolka
10Waterhyacinth control plan for the St. Johns River
Zeiger, C. F., and J. T. McGehee
12Costs and productivity in harvesting of aquatic plants
Koegel, R. G., D. F. Livermore, and H. D. Bruhn
18Selected life cycle features of fanwort
Tarver, D. P., and S. Dana R. Sanders
23Effects of consecutive water fluctuations on submersed vegetation of Black Lake, Louisiana
Goldsby, T. L., and S. Dana R. Sanders
29Effects of light quality on growth and chlorophyll composition in Hydrilla
Van, T. K., W. T. Haller, and G. Bowes
32Adaptation to low light levels by Hydrilla
Bowes, G., T. K. Van, and L. A. Garrard
36The effects of calcium salts on the growth and uptake of phosphorus by coontail
Batterson, T. R.
40Management of aquatic plants with acrolein
Bowmer, K. H., and G. R. Sainty
47The effects of selected herbicides on phytoplankton and sulfur bacteria populations
Carter, C. C., and R. S. Hestand
57Acute toxicity of a herbicidal combination of diquat plus copper ion to eggs, alevins, and fry of Rainbow Trout and two aquatic macroinvertebrates
Yeo, R. R., and N. Dechoretz
60Succession of various aquatic plants after treatment with four herbicides
Hestand, R. S., and C. C. Carter
65Relationship of regrowth of aquatic macrophytes after treatment with herbicides to water quality and phytoplankton populations
Carter, C. C., and R. S. Hestand
69Restoration of water quality in Lake Weston, Orlando, FL
Bateman, J. M., P. E. Laing, and R. L. Laing
74Aquatic herbicide chronicity
Quinn, S. A., N. F. Cardarelli, and E. O. Gangstad
76Residual 2,4-D levels in the St. Johns River, Florida
Joyce, J. C., and H. C. Sikka
83Aquatic Herbicides
June
1Status of classification of aquatic herbicides
Anderson, L. W. J.
4Residue tolerances for aquatic herbicides
Cummings, J. G.
7The aquatic plant regulation program in Florida
Goldsby, T. L., D. Tarver, and R. Theriot
8The aquatic weed control training program of the FCD
Baker, G. E.
10Potential growth of aquatic plants in the Republic of the Philippines and projected methods of control
Gangstad, E. O.
14Color aerial photography for aquatic plant monitoring
A.R. Benton, J., and R. M. Newman
16A quantitative sampling method for Hydrilla-inhabiting macroinvertebrates
Martin, R. G., and J. V. Shireman
19A bioassay using common duckweed to evaluate the release of available phosphorus from pond sediments
Fekete, A., D. N. Riemer, and H. L. Motto
26Seasonal production and germination of Hydrilla vegetative propagules
Haller, W. T., J. L. Miller, and L. A. Garrard
29Some characteristics of Hydrilla tubers taken from Lake Ocklawaha during drawdown
Miller, J. L., L. A. Garrard, and W. T. Haller
32Effects of season and water depth on Eurasian watermilfoil
Stanley, R. A., E. Shackelford, and D. Wade
36Response of Eurasian watermilfoil to subfreezing temperature
Stanley, R. A.
39Long-term effects of glyphosate applications to Phragmites
Riemer, D. N.
43Dissipation of residues of 2,4-D in water, hydrosoil and fish
Schultz, D. P., and E. O. Gangstad
45Response of aerobic community metabolism to chemical treatment of aquatic macrophytes
Strange, R. J., and C. B. Schreck
50Biological control operations of alligatorweed
Gangstad, E. O.
53Ecological studies of Neochetina bruchi and N. eichhorniae on waterhyacinth in Argentina
DeLoach, C. J., and H. A. Cordo
59Host specificity of Neochetina bruchi Hustache (Coleoptera Curculionidae), a biological control agent for waterhyacinth
Perkins, B. D., and D. M. Maddox
64Combination of the mottled waterhyacinth weevil and the white amur for biological control of waterhyacinth
Fosse, E. S. D., D. L. Sutton, and B. D. Perkins
68A review of methods for obtaining monosex fish and progress report on production of monosex white amur
Stanley, J. G.
71Pressing characteristics of waterhyacinth
Cifuentes, J., and L. O. Bagnall
75Response by pearl millet to soil incorporation of waterhyacinth
Parra, J. V., and C. C. Hortensti
80Aquatic Herbicides
May
1Presidential Address
Burkhalter, A. P.
2Aquatic weed problems and control in Southeast Asia
Soerjani, M., J. V. Pancho, and Nguyen-Van-Vuong
3Waterhyacinth problems in the Fitzroy Region of Central Queensland
Springell, P. H. and J. D. Blake
6Aquatic weeds and their management in India
Jain, S. C.
8Water level manipulation: a tool for aquatic weed control
Richardson, L. V.
11Water level fluctuation and herbicide application: an integrated control method for Hydrilla in a Louisiana reservoir
Manning, J. H., and R. E. Johnson
17Effects of water fluctuation on vegetation in Black Lake, Louisiana
Manning, J. H., and D. R. Sanders
21Improved application techniques for aquatic herbicides
Baker, G., L. E. Bitting, and P. A. Lambert
24Control of Egeria in a Virginia water supply reservoir
Charles R. Berry, J., C. B. Shreck, and R. V. Corning
27Control program for alligatorweed in the southeastern states
Willey C. Durden, J., R. D. Blackburn, and E. O. Gangstad
30Towards integrated control of alligatorweed
Gangstad, E. O., N. R. Spencer, and J. A. Foret
34Use of models for evaluating aquatic weed control strategies
Ewe, K. C., L. Braat, and M. L. Stevens
39The ecology of waterhyacinth in the White Nile, Sudan
Mohamed, B. F.
43Succession of aquatic vegetation in Lake Ocklawaha two growing seasons following a winter drawdown
Hestand, R. S., and C. C. Carter
48Community structure and competition between Hydrilla and Vallisneria
Haller, W. T., and D. L. Sutton
51Food preferences of yearling hybrid carp
Theriot, R. F., and S. Dana R. Sanders
53Determination of the feeding mechanism of the waterhyacinth mite
Fosse, E. S. D., H. L. Cromroy, and D. H. Habeck
56Removal of phosphorus from static sewage effluent by waterhyacinth
Ornes, W. H., and D. L. Sutton
59The use of waterhyacinths to remove nitrogen and phosphorus from eutrophic waters
Dunigan, E. P., R. A. Phelan, and Z. H. Shamsuddin
62Response of Eurasian watermilfoil to heat
Stanley, R. A.
64Organic acid preservation of waterhyacinth silage
Byron, H. T., J. James F. Hentges, and J. D. O’Connell
67Aquatic Plant List
71Aquatic Herbicides
May
1Presidential Address
Watson, B. C.
3Nomenclature, taxonomy, and distribution of Egeria and Elodea
Solymosy, S. L., and E. O. Gangstad
5Rate constants as a diagnostic tool for comparing Hydrilla and Egeria
George, A., J. Reid, D. F. Martin, and I. Marion T. Doig
9The effects of a winter drawdown on aquatic vegetation in a shallow water reservoir
Hestand, R. S. and C. C. Carter
12Fish populations in dense submersed aquatic plant communities
Barnett, B. S. and R. W. Schneider
15Caterpillars of Parapoynx in relation to aquatic plants in Florida
Habeck, D. H.
18The utilization of Chara in water management
Denike, T. J. and R. W. Geiger
20Effects of silvex on aquatic biota
Whitney, E. W., R. D. Estes, and R. O. Smitherman
25The response of duckweed to CO2-laser radiation
Couch, R. W. and E. O. Gangstad
26The effect of herbicides on root tip mitosis in waterhyacinth
Dharurkar, R. D. and V. R. Dnyansagar
30Uptake of bivert-applied diquat by Hydrilla
Silver, W. S., R. L. Mansell, and J. A. Illingworth
34Field uses of invert emulsion
Leslie, E. and Bitting, S.
35Herbicide-related changes in phenolic acid content of field-grown Hydrilla
Woodward, R. E., W. S. Silver, and R. L. Mansell
38Control of buttonball with picloram
Stanley, R. A., J. A.T. Tabereaux, and T. F. Hall
40Control of fragrant waterlily and spatterdock with glyphosate
Riemer, D. N., J. William, and V. Welker
41A non-toxic lake management program
Laing, R. L.
44Results of testing clean-flo lake cleanserTM in Florida lakes
Trent, L. and B. McArthur
46Development of the bottom placement technique for Hydrilla and eelgrass control
McClintock, W. L., J. W. Frye, and W. D. Hogan
48Waterhyacinth research in Puerto Rico
Rushing, W. N.
52Texas integrated program of biological and chemical control on noxious aquatic vegetation
Guerra, L. V.
53Aquatic weed harvesting costs and equipment
Bryant, C. B.
55Preliminary studies on food and growth of white amur fry and fingerlings at Kota, Rajasthan, India
Sharma, K. P. and S. D. Kulshreshtha
58Feeding habits of the white amur on waterhyacinth
Baker, G. E., D. L. Sutton, and R. D. Blackburn
62Energy balance of white amur fed Egeria
Stanley, J. G.
66Utilization of Hydrilla by the white amur
Sutton, D. L.
70Isolates of Penicillium, Aspergillus, and Trichoderma toxic to aquatic plants
Charudattan, R. and C. Y. Lin
73Processing and storage of waterhyacinth silage
Bagnall, L. O., J. A. Baldwin, and J. F. Hentges
79Preservation and cattle acceptabliity of waterhyacinth silage
Baldwin, J. A., J. J.F. Hentges, and L. O. Bagnall
82Nutrient elements for livestock in aquatic plants
Easley, J. F. and R. L. Shirley
85Plant nutritional content of some Florida waterhyacinths and response by pearl millet to incorporation of waterhyacinths in three soil types
Parra, J. V. and C. C. Hortenstine
90The paper making properties of waterhyacinth
Nolan, W. J. and D. W. Kirmse
109Insecticides and Herbicides
May
1Presidential Address
Gates, R. J.
2The Florida Department of Natural Resources and its role in aquatic plant research and control
Hudson, J. C.
4Current pesticide legislation
Clark, R. P.
6Sale and purchase of herbicides
Clark, R. P.
7Pesticides in the aquatic environment
Schouboe, P. J.
9Aquatic plant problems in the Walla Walla District
Hesser, E. F., R. W. Lowry, and E. O. Gangstad
13The effects of a 2,4-D application on the biota and water quality in Currituck Sound, North Carolina
Whitney, E. W., A. B. Montgomery, and E. C. Martin
18Maintenance control of Hydrilla
Downing, F.
19Experience with Eurasian watermilfoil at Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland
Fauroat, C. W.
20Control of watermilfoil in large Wisconsin lakes
Thompson, T. W.
24Increasing the efficiency of aquatic plant management through processing
Koegel, R. G., S. H. Sy, and H. D. Bruhn
31Burning as a supporting treatment in controlling waterhyacinth in the Sudan, I-routine burning
Mohamed, B. F. and F. F. Bebawi
34Burning as a supporting management in the control of waterhyacinth in the Sudan, II-backburning
Mohamed, B. F. and F. F. Bebawi
38Past and current research on diseases of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.)
Hayslip, H. F. and F. W. Zettler
41A zonal leaf spot of waterhyacinth caused by Cephalosporium zonatum
Rintz, R. E.
44Pathogenicity of fungi and bacteria from India to hydrilla and waterhyacinth
Charudattan, R.
54Ecological implications of water levels on plant growth in a shallow water reservoir
Hestand, R. S., B. E. May, and D. P. Schultz
59Effect of pH and high phosphorus concentrations on growth of waterhyacinth
Haller, W. T., and D. L. Sutton
61Controlled-release herbicide-polymer formulations for aquatic weed control
Harris, F. W.
May
1 Presidential Address
Cohee, P.R.
2 Remarks relating to the current environmental crisis
Koisch, F.P.
5 Problems in clearance and registration of herbicides for aquatic areas Walker, C. R.
18 Uptake of copper by waterhyacinth Sutton, D. L. and R. D. Blackburn
20 Extraction of protein from waterhyacinth Taylor, K. G., R. P. Bates, and R. C. Robbins
23 Resume of studies and control of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.) in the Tennessee Valley from 1960-1969 Smith, G. E.
25 Aquatic weed problems in estuarine areas Steenis, J. H.
26 Effect of sewage effluent on growth of five vascular aquatic species Scarsbrook, E. and D. E. Davis
31 Prognosis for control of water hyacinth by arthropods Coulson, J. R.
34 Nitrification of aquatic weed tissues in soil Riemer, D.N. and Toth, S.J.
36 Potential control of Florida elodea by nutrient-control agents Martin, D. F., I. Marion T. Doig, and D. K. Millard
40 Nutritional value of water hyacinth in channel catfish feeds Liang, J. K. and R. T. Lovell
44 Hazards from residues of herbicides in water Bill, S. M.
46 Aquatic plant control program Gangstad, E. O.
49 Summary of aquatic weed survey and control date for Volta Lake during 1969 Pierce, P. C. and A. Opoku
55 Phytotoxicity of four formulations of the alkylamine salt of endothall on Hydrilla verticillata and fish Blackburn, R. D., K. A. Boyer, and C. E. Timmer
58 Nutrients and their relationship to weed and algal growths Mackenthu, K. M.
62 The accumulation and loss of field-applied butoxyethanol ester of 2,4-D acid in eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica and soft-shell Rawls, C. K.
May
1Presidential Address
Cohee, P.R.
2Remarks relating to the current environmental crisis
Koisch, F.P.
5Problems in clearance and registration of herbicides for aquatic areas
Walker, C. R.
18Uptake of copper by waterhyacinth
Sutton, D. L. and R. D. Blackburn
20Extraction of protein from waterhyacinth
Taylor, K. G., R. P. Bates, and R. C. Robbins
23Resume of studies and control of Eurasian watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum L.) in the Tennessee Valley from 1960-1969
Smith, G. E.
25Aquatic weed problems in estuarine areas
Steenis, J. H.
26Effect of sewage effluent on growth of five vascular aquatic species
Scarsbrook, E. and D. E. Davis
31Prognosis for control of water hyacinth by arthropods
Coulson, J. R.
34Nitrification of aquatic weed tissues in soil
Riemer, D.N. and Toth, S.J.
36Potential control of Florida elodea by nutrient-control agents
Martin, D. F., I. Marion T. Doig, and D. K. Millard
40Nutritional value of water hyacinth in channel catfish feeds
Liang, J. K. and R. T. Lovell
44Hazards from residues of herbicides in water
Bill, S. M.
46Aquatic plant control program
Gangstad, E. O.
49Summary of aquatic weed survey and control date for Volta Lake during 1969
Pierce, P. C. and A. Opoku
55Phytotoxicity of four formulations of the alkylamine salt of endothall on Hydrilla verticillata and fish
Blackburn, R. D., K. A. Boyer, and C. E. Timmer
58Nutrients and their relationship to weed and algal growths
Mackenthu, K. M.
62The accumulation and loss of field-applied butoxyethanol ester of 2,4-D acid in eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica and soft-shell clams, Mya arenaria
Rawls, C. K.
July
1Presidential Address
Wilson, F.
2Uptake of Diquat in parrotfeather
Sutton, D. L. and S. W. Bingham
4Control of Hydrilla verticillata
Blackburn, R. D. and L. W. Weldon
9Alligatorweed control with Visco-Rhap
Snow, H. P.
10Insects attacking water hyacinth in the West Indies, British Honduras and the USA
Bennett, F. D.
14A survey of aquatic plants in the cross-Florida barge canal
Achuff, P. L. and C. F. Zeiger
16Who needs weeds?
Gates, R. J.
18On the pathogenicty of Myrothecium roridum – eichhornia crassipes isolate
Ponnappa, K. M.
21Aquatic weed control with a new controlled release aquatic herbicide system
Geiger, R. W. and W. G. Paterson
23UNESCO meeting of ecology and control of aquatic vegetation December 16-18, 1968, Paris
Timmons, F. L.
26Eutrophication and aquatic weeds
Sheffield, C. W.
28Submersed weed control with available tools
Price, A. L.
29Mechanics of spray application
Wilson, F. L.
31Submersed aquatic vegetation in Louisiana
Wunderlic, W. E.
33Control of hydrilla by the strip method
L.E. Bitting, S.
34Nutrient removal potentials of various aquatic plants
Steward, K. K.
36Mechanical and herbicidal lake weed management
Blanchard, J. L.
37Aquatic weed harvesting – effects and costs
Bryant, C. B.
40Effect of aquatic plants on medium sized canals
Gordon, S. and Mobley, J.
42Seasonal changes in the proximate composition of some common aquatic weeds
Boyd, C. E. and R. D. Blackburn
45Lake Apopka and aquatic weeds
Sheffield, C. W. and R. T. Kaleel
48Aquatic weeds and water pollution
Patton, V. D. and W. E. Starnes
50The history, spread and present distribution of some immigrant aquatic weeds in New England
Countryman, W. D.
53The commercial application of Acrolein
Johnson, C. P.
54Aquatic weed control in the United States
Gallagher, J. E.
60Herbicide Names
May
1The water weed problem in Australia
Bill, S. M.
7Elodea control in a potable water supply reservoir
Corning, R. V. and N. S. Prosser
13Factors Affecting Control of Florida Elodea With Diquat In Southeast Florida Canals
Mackenzie, John W.
17Identification and distribution of certain similar-appearing submersed aquatic weeds in Florida
Blackburn, R. D., R. W. Weldon, R. R. Yeo, and T. M. Taylor
22Studies on the control of water hyacinth
Misra, G. and N. Das
24Role of the Florida Federation of Women’s (Junior) Clubs in aquatic weed control
Fuge, N. L.
26What destiny– aquatic weeds
Mulrennan, J. A.
28Let’s communicate–your audience expects it
Edwards, A. V.
30Weeds–growing pains of progress
Hogan, W. D.
32The Use Of An Amine Salt Of Endothall In Irrigation Canals
Price, Andy
34Cost and effectiveness of control of weeds in secondary canals in Dade County, Florida
Hall, B. L.
36Preliminary field evaluation of some herbicides applied to roots and foliage of alligatorweed
Fletcher, W. E.
39A new concept in aquatic weed control
Paterson, W. G., and L. A. Errede
42County Commissioner’s view of the noxious weed problem
Hafner, E. R.
44Submersed aquatic weed control with invert emulsions
Petersen, D. P., and P. W. Kolm
45The crisis of our aquatic environment
Hogan, W. D.
48The aquatic plant business in relation to infestations of exotic aquatic plants in Florida waters
McLane, W. M.
50Chemical, toxicological, and biological properties of endothall
Keckemet, O.
52Observations on the decline of the watermilfoil and other aquatic plants, Maryland, 1962-1967
Elser, H. J.
61The ideal agricultural formulation or the practical compromise
Park, J.
June
1Presidential Address
Blackburn, R. D.
4The safe use of herbicides to control aquatic weeds in lakes and ponds
Gallagher, J. E.
6Aquatic weed control – year around maintenance
Barrett, A.
7Aquatic weeds and man’s well-being
Ferguso, F. F.
11Aquatic weed control in Illinois
Hiltibran, R. C.
14Aquatic weed control in Florida’s soil and water conservation districts
Bissland, H. R.
16Economics of aquatic weed control in the central and southern Florida flood control district
Huser, T. E.
18Aquatic weeds of Lake Seminole, Jim Woodruff Reservoir
A.K. Gholson, Jr.
21Florida Audubon’s viewpoint on aquatic weed control
Partingon, W. M.
24The amino acid composition of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) and its value as a protein supplement
Taylor, K. G., and R. C. Robbins
26Evaluation of some common aquatic weeds as possible feedstuffs
Boyd, C. E.
28Aquatic plant control and the dollar
Wunderlic, W. E.
30Winter Park’s Lake weed management program
Blanchard, J.
31Harvesting aquatic vegetation
Grinwald, M. E.
33Some problems with aquatic weed herbicides
Burg, F. W. Z.
35Marginal emergent aquatics controlled with 2,4-D and molasses
Fletcher, W. E.
36Method of screening chemicals for herbicidal and/or synergistic potential
Bourque, S. H.
37Vegetation management in Florida’s drainage systems – The sales, the service, and the savings
Wentzel, R.
39Safe – fast ditch herbicide application
McMurray, S. F., and H. Sutton
40Control of spatterdock with casoran1
Taylor, J. L.
42Nozzle wear as it affects output in spraying
Cromwell, R. P., and D. S. Harrison
44Exploration for natural enemies of the water hyacinth in northern South America and Trinidad
Bennett, F. D., and H. Zwolfer
53Minutes
June
2Presidential Address
Gorman, J. D.
3Formulation and use of invert emulsions and other herbicides
Kirch, J. H.
6Stull bifluid spray system
Peterson, D. P., and R. E. Burgdorff
8The hercules invert spray system
Cohee, P. R.
10Vistik, the new thickener for improved drift control and increased equipment efficiency
Fox, C. J.
11The use of the helicopter in applying herbicides to aquatic weeds
Perdue, W. J.
12Federal registration of herbicides
Alford, H. G.
14The Florida pest control act
Nipp, L.
15Eurasian watermilfoil – Florida’s new underwater menace
Blackburn, R. D., and L. W. Weldon
18Eurasian watermilfoil a rapidly spreading water plant
Steenis, J. H.
19Control of Chara with CASORON AQ
Taylor, J. L.
20Commercial aquatic weed control in the southeastern United States
Price, A. L.
21Economic aspects of weed control in the lakes of Winter Park, Florida
Blanchard, J. L.
22The use of machinery in the control of aquatic vegetation
Wunderlic, W. E.
24A comparison of various methods for the control of Florida elodea in Orange County, Florida
Guppy, R. H.
26Objectives and limitations of various agencies in aquatic weed control
Zeiger, C. F.
26The role of aquatic weeds in mosquito control
Wilson, F.
27Water hyacinth for nutrient removal
Sheffield, C. W.
31Biological control of alligatorweed with Agasicles n. sp. in Florida
Zeiger, C. F.
34Evapotranspiration and pollution of water by water hyacinth
Timmer, C. E., and L. W. Weldon
37Elodea control in southeast Florida with diquat
Mackenzie, J. W., and L. Hall
45Final report on the use of concentrated sulfuric acid for the control of Florida elodea (Hydrilla verticillata)
Phillippy, C. L.
48The results of selected aquatic herbicides on Elodea in South Florida
Ware, F. J., and J. D. Gorman
50Methods and equipment used by a commercial applicator
Barett, A.