How do suspended sediment and pesticides introduced into Iowa streams and rivers by erosion of agricultural soil affect warm water fish? This study looks at how chlorpyrifos, a widely used pesticide, and suspended sediment interact with each other in river water and their effects on the survival of larval walleye.
Robert C. Summerfelt
David A. Laird
Year of Grant Completion
Summerfelt, Robert C. and Laird, David A., "Toxicity of pesticides adsorbed to suspended sediment to larval fish in the Cedar River" (2001). Leopold Center Completed Grant Reports. 158.