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Bibliography for Freshwater Bivalves

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Bibliography for Freshwater Bivalves
Aldridge, D.W., B.S. Payne, and A.C. Miller. 1987. The effects of intermittent exposure to suspended solids and turbulence on three species of freshwater mussels. Environmental Pollution 45(1):17-28.
Barnhart, M.C. 2003. Fish hosts and culture of mussel species of special concern: Annual report for 2002. Report to Missouri Department of Conservation.
Branson, B.A. 1984. The mussels (Unionaceae:Bivalvia) of Oklahoma- Part 3: Lampsilini. Proceedings Oklahoma Academy of Science 64:20-36.
Chesters, G. and L. Schierow. 1985. A primer on nonpoint pollution. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 40(1):9-13.
Cummings, K.S., and C.A. Mayer. 1992. Field guide to freshwater mussels of the Midwest. Illinois Natural History Survey Manual 5. 194p.
Gordon, M.E. 1980. Recent Mollusca of Arkansas with annotations to systematics and zoogeography. Proceedings Arkansas Academy of Science 34:58-62.
Gordon, M.E. 1991. Species account for scaleshell (Leptodea leptodon). Unpublished report to The Nature Conservancy. 5p.
Gordon, M.E., P.A. Durkee, H.M. Runke, and H.J. Zimmerman. 1984. Mussel fauna of the Black and Spring Rivers in northeastern Arkansas. Unpublished report prepared for Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District. 27p.
Harris, J.L. 1992. Survey of the freshwater mussels (Mollusca: Unionidae) of the South Fourche LaFave River and major tributaries. Unpublished manuscript. 19 pp + appendices.
Harris, J.L. 1994. Survey of the freshwater mussels (Mollusca: Unionidae) of the Poteau River drainage in Arkansas. Unpublished manuscript. 23 pp + appendices.
Harris, J.L. and M.E. Gordon. 1987. Distribution and status of rare and endangered mussels (Mollusca: Margaritiferidae, Unionidae) in Arkansas. Proceedings Arkansas Academy of Science 41:49-56.
Hoke, Ellet. 2000. The scaleshell Leptodea leptodon (Rafinesque, 1820) in the Missouri River. Triannual Unionid Report 9:9. Available from: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Asheville, North Carolina.
Isley, F. B. 1925. The fresh-water mussel fauna of eastern Oklahoma. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 4:43-118.
Miller, A.C. and P.D. Hartfield. 1986. A Survey for live mussels in the Black and Spring rivers, Arkansas, 1985. Prepared for U.S. Army Engineer, Little Rock District. 13 pp + appendices.
The National Native Mussel Conservation Committee. 1998. National strategy for the conservation of native freshwater mussels. Journal of Shellfish Research 17(5): 1419-1428.
Parmalee P.W. and A.E. Bogan. 1998. The freshwater mussels of Tennessee. 1st edition. University of Tennessee Press / Knoxville. 328 pp.
Roell, M.J. 1999. Sand and gravel mining in Missouri stream systems: aquatic resource effects and management alternatives. Missouri Department of Conservation, Conservation Research Center, Columbia, Missouri. 34 pp.
Stoeckel, J.N., L. Lewis, and S. Shook. 1995. Mulberry River Freshwater mussel survey. Unpublished manuscript. 6 pp.
Szymanski, J. 1998. Leptodea leptodon (Scaleshell Mussel) Rangewide Status Assessment. Unpublished report for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 3, Fort Snelling, MN.
Vaughn, C.C. 1993. Can biogeographic models be used to predict the persistence of mussel populations in rivers? Pages 117-122 in K.S. Cummings, A.C. Buchanan, and L.M. Koch (eds.), Conservation and management of freshwater mussels. Proceedings of a UMRCC symposium, 12-14 October 1992, St. Louis, Missouri. Upper Mississippi River Conservation Committee, Rock Island, Illinois.
Vaughn, C.C. 1994. Survey for Arkansia wheeleri in the Little River. Final report submitted to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Tulsa, Oklahoma. 23 pp + map.
Watters, T.F. 1995. Sediment in streams: Sources, biological effects, and control. American Fisheries Society Monograph 7.
Watters, T.G. 1996. Small dams as barriers to freshwater mussels (Bivalvia, Unionoida) and their hosts. Biological Conservation 75:79-85.
Watters, T.G. 1999. Freshwater mussels and water quality: a review of the effects of hydrologic and instream habitat alterations. In: Johnson, P.D. and R.S. Butler eds. Proceedings of the first Freshwater Mussel Conservation Society symposium, March 1999, Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Williams, J.D., M.L. Warren, K.S. Cummings, J.L. Harris, and R.J. Neves. 1993. Conservation status of freshwater mussels of the United States and Canada. Fisheries 18(9):6-22.

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