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Montana Lakes Conference Papers March 13-15, 2019 Whitefish, Montana
Presenter
Title of paper
John Babcock LittleBitterroot Lake Association 20 years of collaborative science
Carla Belski Aquatic invasive species risk management at the local level; the Whitefish AIS Management Program
Mark Bostrom
Forms of organizations: From NGOs to subdivisions of government
Septic Leachate Update
Sam Bourret How fish otoliths can be used as a forensic tool
Edward Cameron A just and sustainable world
Tom Cox Clark Fork Kootenai River Basins Council: History, mission, makeup and projects
Matthew Church Variability and dynamics of microbial abundance, diversity, and activity in Flathead Lake
Hilary Devlin Citizen Science and Stewardship Actions to protect Flathead Lake and watershed
Chris Downs Hedging bets - Dealing with uncertain outcomes by diversifying management approaches
Dan Handlin Changing our world one lake at a time_The Little Bitterroot Lake story
Cynthia Ingelfinger Northwest Montana Lakes Volunteer Monitoring Network
Mike Koopal Conference_Introduction
Community_Night_Introduction
Collaborative lake management at the local level
Rich Hansen What is the legacy - A discussion of the past, present and future impacts of coal mining in the transboundary Elk_Koocanusa_Kootenai watershed
Craig McLane The expansion of Montana's AIS Program
Caitlin Mitchell The Blackfoot-Clearwater-Swan AIS partnership
John Muhlfeld Conference_Introduction
The Haskill Basin Conservation Easement- permanent protection of the City of Whitefish's municipal water supply
Terri Nichols Watershed Stories - Highlighting the personal impacts of the watershed approach
Nicky Ouellet SubSurface_How to speak the science of AIS in a way your neighbor will remember
Rob Rich The Blackfoot-Clearwater-Swan AIS partnership
Ryan Richardson Tie channel restoration - Reconnecting floodplain lakes to the Kootenai River
Hannah Riedl Montana's new Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) program A lesson in communication
Rosie Sada Canyon Ferry Lake numeric nutrient criteria development using a computer water quality model
Erin Sexton What is the legacy - A discussion of the past, present and future impacts of coal mining in the transboundary Elk_Koocanusa_Kootenai watershed
Michael Suplee Canyon Ferry Lake numeric nutrient criteria development using a computer water quality model
Craig Stafford Paradox of the pondweed; oligotrophication and decreasing winter oxygen concentrations in a shallow reservoir
Kris Tempel Protecting watersheds and water quality through conservation easements
Constanza Van der Pahlen Citizen Science and Stewardship Actions to protect Flathead Lake and watershed
Kate Wilson Protecting the water and natural resources west of the divide; the value of legislatively created commissions
Cody Youngbull Automatic detection of aquatic invasive and pathogenic species through their DNA signature