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Jillian Groeschel

Jillian Groeschel
Metro Wastewater Reclamation District · Water Quality

Master of Science

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Introduction
I conduct field surveys, bio-assessments, spill investigations, and physical, chemical, and biological tests to determine the effect of the Denver Metro Wastewater Reclamation District effluent on the South Platte River from Denver to the border of Nebraska.

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Publications (6)
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Predicting how stream fishes may respond to habitat restoration efforts is difficult due, in part, to an incomplete understanding of how basic biological parameters such as growth and ontogenetic habitat shifts interact with flow regime and riverscape ecology. We assessed age-specific Guadalupe Bass Micropterus treculii habitat associations at thre...
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Maintaining intraspecific diversity is an important goal for fisheries conservation and recovery actions. While ecomorphological studies have demonstrated intraspecific diversity related to feeding or flow regime, there has been little assessment of such variation in regard to spawning habitat. We evaluated the relationship between individual morph...
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Habitat heterogeneity at multiple scales is a major factor affecting fish assemblage structure. However, assessments that examine these relationships at multiple scales concurrently are lacking. The lack of assessments at these scales is a critical gap in understanding as conservation and restoration efforts typically work at these levels.A combina...
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Maintaining intraspecific diversity is an important goal for fisheries conservation and recovery actions. While ecomorphological studies have demonstrated intraspecific diversity related to feeding or flow regime, there has been little assessment of such variation in regards to spawning. We evaluated the relationship between morphology and habitat...
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Pelagic broadcast spawning cyprinids are common to Great Plains rivers and streams. This reproductive guild produces non-adhesive semi-buoyant eggs that require sufficient current velocity to remain in suspension during development. Although studies have shown that there may be a minimum velocity needed to keep the eggs in suspension, this velocity...
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Guadalupe Bass Habitat Use Patterns at a Landscape Scale Jillian R. Groeschel1 and Timothy B. Grabowski2 1Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas 79409-2120, (806)742-0841, jillian.groeschel@ttu.edu 2U.S Geological Survey, Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Texas Tech University,...

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