Illinois Natural History Survey Technical Reports
INHS Technical Reports are authored by INHS scientists for the purpose of documenting the status, stewardship, conservation, and restoration of Illinois’ biotic resources. The reports are used by INHS, the Department of Natural Resources, and various granting agencies to assess needs and formulate policy. Reports may originate from any of the INHS centers and field stations.
(Illinois Natural History Survey, 2019-01-17)The return of self-sustaining lake trout populations in Lake Michigan is a long-standing rehabilitation goal of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Division of Fisheries and the Great Lakes Fishery Commission. ...
Environmental Review of the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve in Peru and Assessment of Project (527-0341) (Illinois Natural History Survey, 1992-04)
True metabolizable energy of submersed aquatic vegetation in semi-permanent marshes for dabbling ducks in the Upper Midwest (Illinois Natural History Survey, 2018-12-21)We completed 186 TME assays with mallards (n = 72) and gadwall (n = 114) between 2015 and 2018. Bioavailable energy (i.e., TME) of submersed aquatic vegetation was highly variable among duck and vegetation species as ...
(Illinois Natural History Survey, 2016-06-28)
(Illinois Natural History Survey, 2018-12-20)The purpose of this study was to estimate sport fishing effort, harvest, and expenditures by anglers fishing the Illinois portion of Lake Michigan (excluding charter fishing). Information provided by this study is important ...