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Reservoir Assessment Program: Publications

Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, E. A. Martinko. 2010. Bathymetric and sediment survey of Woodson County State Fishing Lake, Woodson County, Kansas. Applied Science and Technology for Reservoir Assessment (ASTRA) Program, Lawrence, KS. Report No. 2010-12.download pdf
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, E. A. Martinko. 2009. Bathymetric and sediment survey of Kanopolis Reservoir, Ellsworth County, Kansas. Applied Science and Technology for Reservoir Assessment (ASTRA) Program, Lawrence, KS. Report No. 2008-09.download pdf
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles. 2008. Methods for assessing sedimentation in reservoirs.
DeNoyelles, J., M. Jakubauskas. 2008. Current state, trend, and spatial variability of sediment in Kansas reservoirs.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles. 2007. Bathymetric and sedimentation surveys of Mission Lake, Brown County, Kansas. Applied Science and Technology for Reservoir Assessment (ASTRA) Program, Lawrence, KS. 31 pp.download pdf
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles. 2007. Bathymetric survey of John Redmond Reservoir, Coffey County, Kansas. Applied Science and Technology for Reservoir Assessment (ASTRA) Program, Lawrence, KS. 26 pp.download pdf
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles. 2007. Bathymetric survey of Switzler Creek Site #7. Applied Science and Technology for Reservoir Assessment (ASTRA) Program, Lawrence, KS. 15 pp.
Martinko, E. A., J. deNoyelles, M. Jakubauskas. 2006. ASTRA: Applied Science and Technology for Reservoir Assessment: An overview of a proposed reservoir assessment program. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS 18 pp.
Martinko, E. A., J. deNoyelles, M. Jakubauskas. 2006. Comprehensive reservoir assessment and monitoring. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS.
Martinko, E. A., J. deNoyelles, M. Jakubauskas. 2006. A rapidly-deployable bathymetric mapping system for assessing bottom sediment and aquatic plant distribution in small lakes and reservoirs in Kansas. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS.

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