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NOTE: This website contains historic materials assembled and posted by the Caddo Lake Institute, Colorado for programs it managed prior to 2006.  These materials, as well as other and later materials selected by the program successor, the Texas non-profit Caddo Lake Institute, can be found on its data server at www.caddolakedata.us

The main website for the Caddo Lake Institute is www.caddolakeinstitute.us

Caddo Lake Institute Reports

The following is a listing of the reports produced by and/or converted to electronic format by the Caddo Lake Institute which are available on-line. More reports are currently being developed and converted to PDF format.

The documents are in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document File (PDF) format version 3 and can be viewed with Adobe's free Acrobat Viewer. If you do not have the viewer go to the Adobe homepage and download the free viewer and install it on your machine.

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Reports listed in Bibliographic Form
(Work In Progress)

 

7.    Allen, David, et al. 1997. Air Quality in East Texas. Finding for the 1995-1997 Biennium from the University of Texas. Project No. 6100000092-UT between the East Texas Council of Governments and the University of Texas at Austin. Department of Chemical Engineering and Center for Energy Studies. The University of Texas at Austin. Austin, Texas 78712.

Full Report


8.    Angel, Dan. 1993. Letter regarding the "Stephen F. Austin State University, The Caddo Lake Scholars College Consortium ". directed to Bruce Babbitt, Secretary of the Interior. Washington, D.C., May 1993.

Full Report

9.    Caddo Lake Institute. (Undated) Caddo Lake Institute. Aspen, Colorado and Uncertain, Texas.

10.    Caddo Lake Institute. 1994. Acting Globally by Acting Locally: Pursuing IUCN's Principles for Sustainable Living.

Full Report

11.    Caddo Lake Institute. 1996. The Caddo Lake Institute (multi-lingual) Brochure. The Caddo Lake Institute, Aspen Colorado, and Uncertain, Texas.

Full Report

12.    Caddo Lake Institute. 1997. Final Report to the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation, Project No. 95-104: The Caddo Lake Institute's Community Wetland Research and Education "Pathfinder Projects " collectively referred to as the Caddo Lake Scholars Program.



13.    Caddo Lake Institute. 1997. Caddo Lake's Ramsar Wetlands of International Importance as of May, 1997. Caddo Lake Institute, Marshall Texas. 1997.

14.    Chapman, Jim and the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. 1993. Caddo Lake and Associated Watershed. A Proposal for Environmental Initiatives and Sustainable Development. October 1993.

Full Report

15.    Cloud, Thomas J., Jr. and Robert M. Short. 1993. Caddo Lake A Unique Wetland Ecosystem. A Delineation of Resource Category 1 Habitat under the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Mitigation Policy. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Ecological Services, Arlington, Texas. April 1993.

Full Report

16.    Cormier, Kirk A. 1995. Mercury Levels in Largemouth Bass Micropperus Salmoides in 12 North Louisiana Lakes. Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, North East Regional Office, Monroe, Louisiana. August 1995.

17.    Crowe, Arthur L. 1996. A Survey of mercury Concentrations in the Cypress Creek and Upper Fabine River Basins of northeast Texas. Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, Austin, Texas. December 1996.

Full Report

18.    Crowley, C. M. 1993. A Study of the Ecological Integrity of Caddo Lake, Texas and Louisiana. Graduate Research Paper. Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas.

19.    Darville, Roy. 1997. Caring for Earth. Biology 4100 Seminar. East Texas Baptist University. January 1997. Course syllabus.

Full Report

20.    Darville, Roy, Dwight K. Shellman, Jr. and Ray Darville. 1998. Intensive Water Quality Monitoring at Caddo Lake, a Ramsar Wetland in Texas and Louisiana, USA. Caddo Lake Institute, Aspen, Colorado and Austin, Texas. Conference Paper Team Wetlands, Arlington, Virginia. 15-17 April 1998.

Full Report

21.    Darville, Roy and Dwight K. Shellman, Jr. 1997. The Development of a Water Quality Monitoring Protocol at Caddo Lake, a Ramsar Wetland. Caddo Lake Institute, Aspen, Colorado and Uncertain, Texas. Conference Paper at Communities Working for Wetlands, Alexandria, Virginia. May 7-9, 1997.

Full Report

22.    Darville, Roy, and Dwight K. Shellman Jr. 1997. The Development of a Water Quality Monitoring Protocol at Caddo Lake, a Ramsar Wetland. The Caddo Lake Institute, Aspen, Colorado, and Uncertain, Texas.

23.    Darville, Roy, Dwight K. Shellman, Jr., and Ray Darville. 1996. The Development of a Water Quality Monitoring Protocol at Caddo Lake, a Ramsar Wetland. Conference paper Communities Working for Wetlands, Alexandria, Virginia. May 1996.

24.    Fresch, Atilla. 1995. Nature Conservation School at the Ferto-Hansag National Park. English Transition of Hungarian Ramsar Park Wetlands Center and Field Education Program by "Microstructure". The Ferto-Hansag National Park, Sarrod, Hungary.

Full Report

25.    Gore, Al. 1993. Letter stating that he "regretfully can not attend the Caddo Lake Scholars Program, Awards Ceremony ". directed to Mr. Don Henley and Dwight K. Shellman, Jr. Aspen, Colorado. May 1993.

Full Report

26.    Henley, Don. 1996. So Many Wetlands; So Little Time...,A call for the rapid proliferation of local wetland science education for local wetland monitoring, stewardship and mentorship. Working Together for Wetlands Conference. April 1996.

Full Report

27.    Howells, Robert G. 1996. Preliminary Survey of freshwater Mussels of the Big Cypress Bayou System, Texas. Texas Parks & Wildlife Departrnent, Ingram, Texas, July 1996.

28.    Howells, Robert G. 1996. Preliminary Survey of Freshwater Mussels of the Big Cypress Bayou System, Texas. Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, Ingram, Texas 78025. 15 July 1996.

Full Report

29.    Ingold, James L. and Lawrence M. Hardy. 1996. Web of Life. The Ecology and Bio-Diversity of Caddo Lake. Louisiana State University in Shreveport, Shreveport, Louisiana.

30.    Key, Jennifer S. 1997. The Hydrologic and Biogeochemical Functions of 5 East Texas Bottomland Hardwood Wetlands using the U.S. Corps of Engineers Hydrogeomorphic Assessment Technique. Graduate Thesis, MS, Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas. August 1997.

Full Report


31.    Riley, Bob E. 1993. Letter regarding Caddo Lake scholars Program, directed to Bruce Babbitt, Secretary of the Interior. April 1993.

Full Report

32.    Rogers, John G. 1996. Letter regarding "Support of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for its efforts in leasing a portion of the Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant to the Caddo Lake Institute for use as a center for wetland conservation "'directed to Honorable Joe R. Reeder, Under Secretary of the Army. Washington, D.C. Septernber 1996.

Full Report

33.    Shellman, Dwight K. Jr. Caddo Lake Institute. 1996. The League of Ramsar Wetland Educators (Ramsar League) Pathfinder Project of The Caddo Lake Institute. February 1996 Status. Kenya. Uncertain, Texas, and Aspen, Colorado. March 1996.

34.    Shellman Dwight K. Jr. Caddo Lake Institute. 1996. The League of Ramsar Wetland Educators (Ramsar League) Pathfinder Project of The Caddo Lake Institute. February 1996 Status. Hungary. Uncertain, Texas, and Aspen, Colorado. March 1996.

Full Report

35.    Shellman, Dwight K., Jr. 1996. The Caddo Lake Institute's Wetlands Scholars Program: A Local "Ecosystem Institute " Model which uses Global Value Systems for Monitoring & Stewardship of a large Texas Ecosystem. The Caddo Lake Institute, Aspen, Colorado and Uncertain, Texas. Conference Paper presented at Eco-Informa 1996 Buena Vista, Florida. November 1996.

Full Report

36.    Shellman, Dwight K., Jr. 1996. Community-Based Wetland Management. Presented at the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance Especially as Waterfowl Habitat. Australia. March 1996.

Full Report

37.    Shellman, Dwight K., Jr. and Sara Kneipp. 1993. Caddo Lake Scholars Program. Newsletter, October 1, 1993 edition.

Full Report

38.    Shellman, Dwight K., Jr., and Sara Kneipp. 1994. Biodiversity Round Table. Caddo Lake Institute. November 1994.

Full Report

39.    Southern Baptist Convention. 1960. Resolution on Environmental Stewardship. New Orleans, LA. June 1990.

Full Report

40.    Texas Regional Institute of Environmental Studies in Support of Military Installation. 1997. Summary of Stephen F. Austin State University Accomplishments in the Texas Regional Institute of Environmental Studies in Support of Military Installations: Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant, Final Report. T.R.I.E.S. Stephen F. Austin University Nacogdoches, Texas.

41.    Tracy, Boyd D. 1997. The Planning Level Plant Community and Wetland Identification of Harrison Bayou within the boundaries of Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant, TX. Graduate Student Thesis for Degree of MS Forestry. Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacagdoches, Texas. May 1997.

42.    Turner, Carl R. And Jerry R. Cook. 1997. A Survey of the Ants of Caddo Lake. Advocational Research Paper on Micro-Habitats for Insects in Caddo Lake's Flooded Cypress Breaks. Carl R. Turner and Jerry R. Cook, 304 University, Suite 207, Marshall, Texas 75670.

43.    U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 1995. Water/Wastewater Engineering Appraisal Report for the Communities of Karnack, Uncertain, Pine Island Point, Mossey Acres, Cypress Village, Taylor Island and Longpoint, Harrison County, Texas. U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Austin Reclamation Office, Austin, Texas.

44.    U. S. Corps of Engineers. (Undated) Longhorn Site Map. Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant, Karnack, Texas.

45.    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 1995. Identification of benefits to the Current U.S. Listed Ramsar Sites. Convention on Wetlands of International Importance. Fall 1995.

Full Report

46.    United States. 1996. Pledge of the United States of America on the Occasion of the Celebration of the 25h Anniversary of the convention on Wetlands of International Importance. March 1996. (Two copies)

Full Report

47.    Weston, Roy. 1996. Appendix C, Species Present or Potentially Present at Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant. U.S. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District. April 1996.

Full Report

48.    Weston, Roy F. 1996. Group 4 Baseline Risk Assessment Work Plan Final Draft Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant, Karnack, Texas. U.S. Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District. 23 April 1996.


Caddo Lake Ecosystem Reports

Red River Waterway Project
Shreveport, LA to Daingerfield, Tx
Reach Reevaluation Study In-Progress Review


Other Reports


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