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Susan Broderick

Reclamation Office: Technical Service Center, Environmental Applications and Research
Contact Information: (303) 445-2235, sbroderick@usbr.gov

Research Funded by the Science and Technology Program

Susan Broderick began doing research for the Science and Technology Program in the 2005 fiscal year, with funding provided by the program as recently as the 2011 fiscal year. Projects were funded under the Science and Technology Program research topics Invasive Species and Ecosystem Needs.

The following research projects were funded in whole or in part by the Science and Technology Program. Susan Broderick is listed as the principal investigator, or primary researcher. Click the project's title to view more information.

Impacts of Saltcedar and Saltcedar Control on Wildlife in the Southwestern United States: Publishing Research Results

Project ID: 5524
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2011
Research Results: Butterfly Assemblages Associated with Invasive Tamarisk (Tamarix spp.) Sites: Comparisons with Tamarisk Control and Native Vegetation Reference Sites (final, PDF, 1.5MB)

Developing Ultrasound Imaging as a Fish Research and Management Tool at Reclamation's Fish Facilities

Project ID: 2817
Fiscal Years of Funding: 2009 - 2010
Research Results: Using Ultrasound as a Tool for Fish Research and Management (interim, PDF, 587KB)

Developing Ultrasound Imaging as a Fish Research and Management Tool at Reclamation Fish Facilities

Project ID: 4067
Fiscal Year of Funding: 2008
Research Results: Using Ultrasound as a Tool for Fish Research and Management (final, PDF, 400KB)

Management Guidelines to Reduce Endangered Species Conflicts from Salt Cedar Control at Reclamation Water Projects

Project ID: 9331
Fiscal Years of Funding: 2005 - 2007
Research Results: Butterfly assemblages associated with invasive tamarisk (Tamarix spp) Sites: Comparisons with Tamarisk Control and Native Vegetation Reference Sites (final, PDF, 1.5MB)

This information was last updated on October 20, 2014
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