Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center (NPWRC) is one of 18 science and technology centers in the Biological Resources Discipline of the U.S. Geological Survey, administratively positioned in the Central Region, and geographically located in the northern Great Plains. The main campus is located in Jamestown, North Dakota. In addition, field stations are found at the University of Minnesota, St. Paul, the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mount Rushmore National Monument, South Dakota, and an unmanned station at Woodworth, North Dakota.

USGS Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
8711 37th Street Southeast
Jamestown, North Dakota 58401
Phone: (701) 253-5500 Fax: (701) 253-5553
Email: npwrc@usgs.gov

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1974

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Advantages in Mathematically Weighting Waterfowl Food Habits Data, George A. Swanson, Gary L. Krapu, James C. Bartonek, Jerome R. Serie, and Douglas H. Johnson

1973

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Racial Composition of Migrant Populations of Sandhill Cranes in the Northern Plains States, Douglas H. Johnson and Robert E. Stewart

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An Incident of Fenthion Mosquito Control and Subsequent Avian Mortality, Robert Seabloom, Gary Pearson, Lewis Oring, and James Reilly

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Ecological Distribution of Breeding Waterfowl Populations in North Dakota, Robert E. Stewart and Harold A. Kantrud

1972

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Population Estimates of Breeding Birds in North Dakota, Robert E. Stewart and Harold A. Kantrud

1969

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Aspergillosis in Wintering Mallards, Gary Pearson

1965

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FACTORS AFFECTING NESTING SUCCESS OF THE CANVASBACK IN THE ASPEN PARKLANDS, Jerome H. Stoudt