Freshwater Biology 50(3):403-417. As aquaculture became a profitable branch of agriculture, efforts were made to farm the animals, and the culture systems soon included spawning and growing ponds. Journal of Great Lakes Research 30(1):44-57. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. 2003. As a bottom-feeder, the carp roots along the floor of a body of water, sucking in mud and other matter off the bottom and spitting it back out again. The introduced fishes of Nevada, with a history of their introduction. Carps can be spotted in still waters and gently flowing rivers. 1987. 1973. Report of the State Geologist.

Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 73:173-193. Evermann. Carvalho. Report on the fishes of Ohio. Gerking, S.D. 1894.

Fisheries Research 61:19-33.

Carp are members of the minnow family, with large golden scales. Carp is only established in the Florida panhandle. Carp were distributed in nearly all 300 congressional districts, surviving in some of the most polluted trash environments the US has to offer.

2002. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 97(1):103-118. Journal of Fish Biology 18: 271-290.

University of Puget Sound Law Review 17:191-242. 1939.

California Fish and Game.

Distribution and relative abundance of fishes in Wisconsin. Paepke (eds.). In comparison to the stout and stocky, artificially-reared species of carp, the native carps of East and Central Europe have slender bodies. The common carp is very active when feeding and its movements often disturb sediments and increase turbidity, causing serious problems in some regions especially where the species is abundant. Carp are broad, large-bodied fish with a long dorsal fin that extends along most of its back and a forked tail fin. 1876. - Dept. In addition to the normal scaled carp, the U.S. McCann. I have heard Carp may eat other fish eggs is this true could you please help on this. May 26, 2004. Moyle, J.B., and W.D. Fishing Information. The biology of the common carp, Cyprinus carpio L. in Camargue, southern France. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. 1998. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36(1):100-112. 1974.

Humans are the primary predators of adult carp.

Common carp is generally a heavy-bodied fish with barbels on either side of the upper jaw. It is the user's responsibility to use these data consistent with their intended purpose and within stated limitations. In a lake I fish (I’m in England) it’s not uncommon to catch catfish when targeting carp, even on dough baits like boilies.

2011. Lake and Reservoir Management 26(1):14-22. 2. Because this species has been present in many areas since the first surveys, its impacts on many of the native fishes are difficult to determine. 1960.

The common carp is very active when feeding and its movements often disturb sediments and increase turbidity, causing serious problems in some regions especially where the species is abundant. 1936. Goldfish and minnows also belong to the carp family. 2004. Burr, B.M., and M.L. Bradley, W.G., and J.E.

New Mexico Game and Fish. Fish Commission for 1903, 23:1-574. Taylor, J., R. Mahon. There seems to be no definitive evidence of when carp first came to the U.S., but it was most likely in the mid 1800s, when fish were imported from Germany or France. Pennsylvania State University Press University Park, PA. 243 pp. Brenneman. Howells, R.G.

They also have two small “whiskers” on each side of... Common carp can weigh up to 80 pounds and grow up to 5 feet in length. 1-9. 1997.

Interesting facts about peregrine falcons, Interesting facts about African forest elephants, Interesting facts about molten chocolate cake, Interesting facts about the Atacama Desert, Interesting facts about Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Interesting facts about Norwegian Forest cats. 2006. Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 119:1-131. Smith, C.L. 1995. Duggan, N.M.N. It is known to be native in North America and Eurasia. New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM. FAO FishStat (2017) Fisheries and Aquaculture Software. Bond, C.E. Experimental control of carp reproduction through water drawdowns in Fort Randall Reservoir, South Dakota. The freshwater fishes of Georgia. 966 pp. The Inland Fishes of New York State. Carps thrive in freshwater, usually large lakes and slow flowing rivers found in the lowland areas. They naturally live in temperate climates in fresh or slightly brackish water with a pH of 6.5–9.0 and salinity up to about 0.5%,[17] and temperatures of 3 to 35 °C (37–95 °F). Yerger, and P.R. Bait fishes of the lower Colorado River, from Lake Mead, Nevada, to Yuma, Arizona, with a key for identification. A review of Kansas ichthyology.

Roughly three million tonnes are produced annually, accounting for 14% of all farmed freshwater fish in 2002. 2010. Williams. [24] In South Australia, it is an offence for this species to be released back to the wild.

They travel in schools, usually of at least five, and spawn in the spring in shallow water—often by the thousands. You just don’t like carp, cause you were improperly informed of them being a trash fish, that ruins your water.

Dahlberg, M.D., and D.C. Scott. Journal of Wildlife Management 17(3):312-317. 1999.

1975. Underwater Naturalist Vol. Minnows of Michigan.

Second Edition. Fish Species Recorded from Nevada. The European common carp production, in terms of volume, reached its peak (0.18 Mt) during 2009–2010 and has been declining since. American Fisheries Society Symposium 15. Carp will live, but not thrive, in colder, clear fast water.

Prefers large, slow-moving bodies of water with soft sediment, but is a hardy fish that thrives in a variety of habitats. 1964. - Natural Resource Management Associates, Le Claire, IA.

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Freshwater Biology 50(3):403-417. As aquaculture became a profitable branch of agriculture, efforts were made to farm the animals, and the culture systems soon included spawning and growing ponds. Journal of Great Lakes Research 30(1):44-57. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. 2003. As a bottom-feeder, the carp roots along the floor of a body of water, sucking in mud and other matter off the bottom and spitting it back out again. The introduced fishes of Nevada, with a history of their introduction. Carps can be spotted in still waters and gently flowing rivers. 1987. 1973. Report of the State Geologist.

Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 73:173-193. Evermann. Carvalho. Report on the fishes of Ohio. Gerking, S.D. 1894.

Fisheries Research 61:19-33.

Carp are members of the minnow family, with large golden scales. Carp is only established in the Florida panhandle. Carp were distributed in nearly all 300 congressional districts, surviving in some of the most polluted trash environments the US has to offer.

2002. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 97(1):103-118. Journal of Fish Biology 18: 271-290.

University of Puget Sound Law Review 17:191-242. 1939.

California Fish and Game.

Distribution and relative abundance of fishes in Wisconsin. Paepke (eds.). In comparison to the stout and stocky, artificially-reared species of carp, the native carps of East and Central Europe have slender bodies. The common carp is very active when feeding and its movements often disturb sediments and increase turbidity, causing serious problems in some regions especially where the species is abundant. Carp are broad, large-bodied fish with a long dorsal fin that extends along most of its back and a forked tail fin. 1876. - Dept. In addition to the normal scaled carp, the U.S. McCann. I have heard Carp may eat other fish eggs is this true could you please help on this. May 26, 2004. Moyle, J.B., and W.D. Fishing Information. The biology of the common carp, Cyprinus carpio L. in Camargue, southern France. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. 1998. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36(1):100-112. 1974.

Humans are the primary predators of adult carp.

Common carp is generally a heavy-bodied fish with barbels on either side of the upper jaw. It is the user's responsibility to use these data consistent with their intended purpose and within stated limitations. In a lake I fish (I’m in England) it’s not uncommon to catch catfish when targeting carp, even on dough baits like boilies.

2011. Lake and Reservoir Management 26(1):14-22. 2. Because this species has been present in many areas since the first surveys, its impacts on many of the native fishes are difficult to determine. 1960.

The common carp is very active when feeding and its movements often disturb sediments and increase turbidity, causing serious problems in some regions especially where the species is abundant. 1936. Goldfish and minnows also belong to the carp family. 2004. Burr, B.M., and M.L. Bradley, W.G., and J.E.

New Mexico Game and Fish. Fish Commission for 1903, 23:1-574. Taylor, J., R. Mahon. There seems to be no definitive evidence of when carp first came to the U.S., but it was most likely in the mid 1800s, when fish were imported from Germany or France. Pennsylvania State University Press University Park, PA. 243 pp. Brenneman. Howells, R.G.

They also have two small “whiskers” on each side of... Common carp can weigh up to 80 pounds and grow up to 5 feet in length. 1-9. 1997.

Interesting facts about peregrine falcons, Interesting facts about African forest elephants, Interesting facts about molten chocolate cake, Interesting facts about the Atacama Desert, Interesting facts about Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Interesting facts about Norwegian Forest cats. 2006. Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 119:1-131. Smith, C.L. 1995. Duggan, N.M.N. It is known to be native in North America and Eurasia. New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM. FAO FishStat (2017) Fisheries and Aquaculture Software. Bond, C.E. Experimental control of carp reproduction through water drawdowns in Fort Randall Reservoir, South Dakota. The freshwater fishes of Georgia. 966 pp. The Inland Fishes of New York State. Carps thrive in freshwater, usually large lakes and slow flowing rivers found in the lowland areas. They naturally live in temperate climates in fresh or slightly brackish water with a pH of 6.5–9.0 and salinity up to about 0.5%,[17] and temperatures of 3 to 35 °C (37–95 °F). Yerger, and P.R. Bait fishes of the lower Colorado River, from Lake Mead, Nevada, to Yuma, Arizona, with a key for identification. A review of Kansas ichthyology.

Roughly three million tonnes are produced annually, accounting for 14% of all farmed freshwater fish in 2002. 2010. Williams. [24] In South Australia, it is an offence for this species to be released back to the wild.

They travel in schools, usually of at least five, and spawn in the spring in shallow water—often by the thousands. You just don’t like carp, cause you were improperly informed of them being a trash fish, that ruins your water.

Dahlberg, M.D., and D.C. Scott. Journal of Wildlife Management 17(3):312-317. 1999.

1975. Underwater Naturalist Vol. Minnows of Michigan.

Second Edition. Fish Species Recorded from Nevada. The European common carp production, in terms of volume, reached its peak (0.18 Mt) during 2009–2010 and has been declining since. American Fisheries Society Symposium 15. Carp will live, but not thrive, in colder, clear fast water.

Prefers large, slow-moving bodies of water with soft sediment, but is a hardy fish that thrives in a variety of habitats. 1964. - Natural Resource Management Associates, Le Claire, IA.

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Freshwater Biology 50(3):403-417. As aquaculture became a profitable branch of agriculture, efforts were made to farm the animals, and the culture systems soon included spawning and growing ponds. Journal of Great Lakes Research 30(1):44-57. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. 2003. As a bottom-feeder, the carp roots along the floor of a body of water, sucking in mud and other matter off the bottom and spitting it back out again. The introduced fishes of Nevada, with a history of their introduction. Carps can be spotted in still waters and gently flowing rivers. 1987. 1973. Report of the State Geologist.

Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 73:173-193. Evermann. Carvalho. Report on the fishes of Ohio. Gerking, S.D. 1894.

Fisheries Research 61:19-33.

Carp are members of the minnow family, with large golden scales. Carp is only established in the Florida panhandle. Carp were distributed in nearly all 300 congressional districts, surviving in some of the most polluted trash environments the US has to offer.

2002. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 97(1):103-118. Journal of Fish Biology 18: 271-290.

University of Puget Sound Law Review 17:191-242. 1939.

California Fish and Game.

Distribution and relative abundance of fishes in Wisconsin. Paepke (eds.). In comparison to the stout and stocky, artificially-reared species of carp, the native carps of East and Central Europe have slender bodies. The common carp is very active when feeding and its movements often disturb sediments and increase turbidity, causing serious problems in some regions especially where the species is abundant. Carp are broad, large-bodied fish with a long dorsal fin that extends along most of its back and a forked tail fin. 1876. - Dept. In addition to the normal scaled carp, the U.S. McCann. I have heard Carp may eat other fish eggs is this true could you please help on this. May 26, 2004. Moyle, J.B., and W.D. Fishing Information. The biology of the common carp, Cyprinus carpio L. in Camargue, southern France. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. 1998. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36(1):100-112. 1974.

Humans are the primary predators of adult carp.

Common carp is generally a heavy-bodied fish with barbels on either side of the upper jaw. It is the user's responsibility to use these data consistent with their intended purpose and within stated limitations. In a lake I fish (I’m in England) it’s not uncommon to catch catfish when targeting carp, even on dough baits like boilies.

2011. Lake and Reservoir Management 26(1):14-22. 2. Because this species has been present in many areas since the first surveys, its impacts on many of the native fishes are difficult to determine. 1960.

The common carp is very active when feeding and its movements often disturb sediments and increase turbidity, causing serious problems in some regions especially where the species is abundant. 1936. Goldfish and minnows also belong to the carp family. 2004. Burr, B.M., and M.L. Bradley, W.G., and J.E.

New Mexico Game and Fish. Fish Commission for 1903, 23:1-574. Taylor, J., R. Mahon. There seems to be no definitive evidence of when carp first came to the U.S., but it was most likely in the mid 1800s, when fish were imported from Germany or France. Pennsylvania State University Press University Park, PA. 243 pp. Brenneman. Howells, R.G.

They also have two small “whiskers” on each side of... Common carp can weigh up to 80 pounds and grow up to 5 feet in length. 1-9. 1997.

Interesting facts about peregrine falcons, Interesting facts about African forest elephants, Interesting facts about molten chocolate cake, Interesting facts about the Atacama Desert, Interesting facts about Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Interesting facts about Norwegian Forest cats. 2006. Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 119:1-131. Smith, C.L. 1995. Duggan, N.M.N. It is known to be native in North America and Eurasia. New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM. FAO FishStat (2017) Fisheries and Aquaculture Software. Bond, C.E. Experimental control of carp reproduction through water drawdowns in Fort Randall Reservoir, South Dakota. The freshwater fishes of Georgia. 966 pp. The Inland Fishes of New York State. Carps thrive in freshwater, usually large lakes and slow flowing rivers found in the lowland areas. They naturally live in temperate climates in fresh or slightly brackish water with a pH of 6.5–9.0 and salinity up to about 0.5%,[17] and temperatures of 3 to 35 °C (37–95 °F). Yerger, and P.R. Bait fishes of the lower Colorado River, from Lake Mead, Nevada, to Yuma, Arizona, with a key for identification. A review of Kansas ichthyology.

Roughly three million tonnes are produced annually, accounting for 14% of all farmed freshwater fish in 2002. 2010. Williams. [24] In South Australia, it is an offence for this species to be released back to the wild.

They travel in schools, usually of at least five, and spawn in the spring in shallow water—often by the thousands. You just don’t like carp, cause you were improperly informed of them being a trash fish, that ruins your water.

Dahlberg, M.D., and D.C. Scott. Journal of Wildlife Management 17(3):312-317. 1999.

1975. Underwater Naturalist Vol. Minnows of Michigan.

Second Edition. Fish Species Recorded from Nevada. The European common carp production, in terms of volume, reached its peak (0.18 Mt) during 2009–2010 and has been declining since. American Fisheries Society Symposium 15. Carp will live, but not thrive, in colder, clear fast water.

Prefers large, slow-moving bodies of water with soft sediment, but is a hardy fish that thrives in a variety of habitats. 1964. - Natural Resource Management Associates, Le Claire, IA.

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common carp facts

[2] The ideal temperature is 23 to 30 °C (73–86 °F), with spawning beginning at 17 to 18 °C (63–64 °F); they easily survive winter in a frozen-over pond, as long as some free water remains below the ice. 1970. So sick of the lies. http://www.fws.gov/greatplainsfishandwildlife/documents/CommonCarpinDeweyLakeFinalReportDecember2009_000.pdf. Carp species found in wild habitats are usually greenish brown on the back with a yellowish color …

It is a major farmed species in European freshwater aquaculture with production localized in central and eastern European countries.

Nelson, J.S., and S.D. They may be fun to catch, but they do real damage to aquatic habitats. Managing invasive carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) for habitat enhancement at Botany Wetlands, Australia. 2010. Wiltzius, W.J. Berkeley and Los Angeles,CA. Native to Europe, the carp was introduced to the Chesapeake region in the late 1800s and can now be found throughout the rivers, lakes and ponds of the watershed. Once established in a water body, common carp is difficult and expensive to eliminate (e.g., Cahoon 1953). The largest recorded carp, caught by an angler, Colin Smith, in 2013 at Etang La Saussaie Fishery, France, weighed 45.59 kilograms (100.5 lb). Devick, W.S. The Fishes of Illinois. Bulletin of the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries 39:1-8. Moyle, P.B., and R.A. Daniels. Effect of carp on vegetation in a Lake Erie marsh. Effects of management and winter oxygen levels on the fish population of a prairie lake. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA. Young, B.A., T.L. 1971. Moore, H.H., and R.A. Bream. Mundy, B.C.

Distribution, biology, and management of exotic fish. Common carp can grow to very large sizes if given adequate space and nutrients. Freshwater fishes of Virginia. American Fisheries Society Symposium 45, Bethesda, MD. Bulletin of Tall Timbers Research Station 20. Catalogue of freshwater and marine fishes of Alabama. Fishes of the Lower Tombigbee River System in Alabama and Mississippi.

The beautiful Bull Run RIver that supplies water for Portland Oregon, and in the springs in the upper Snake River collectively known as the Thousand Springs area west of Twin Falls ID. Parkos, J.J., V.J. Checklists of the fish fauna of the Laurentian Great Lakes and their connecting channels. Hocutt, R.E. Wild common carp are typically slimmer than domesticated forms, with body length about four times body height, red flesh, and a forward-protruding mouth. U.S. Department of Commerce and Labor. Fisheries Research Board of Canada, Bulletin 165: 1-93. Walters, D.M.

Bureau of Rural Sciences (Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry – Australia), Canberra.

1896. Annotated list of fishes collected in the vicinity of Augusta, Georgia, with a description of a new darter.

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502 pp. University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. As of today in the United Kingdom, the heaviest recorded carp captured is 64 lbs 14oz. Pflieger, W.L. Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM. North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. I am headed to Portland soon, any advice on the best stretch of the Bull Run is appreciated. Pages 523-641 in Report of the Bureau of Fisheries for 1904. Deacon. In its native range, the species occurs in coastal areas of the Caspian and Aral Seas (Berg 1964; Barus et al., 2001) as well as the estuaries of large Ukrainian and Russian rivers.

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Freshwater Biology 50(3):403-417. As aquaculture became a profitable branch of agriculture, efforts were made to farm the animals, and the culture systems soon included spawning and growing ponds. Journal of Great Lakes Research 30(1):44-57. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. 2003. As a bottom-feeder, the carp roots along the floor of a body of water, sucking in mud and other matter off the bottom and spitting it back out again. The introduced fishes of Nevada, with a history of their introduction. Carps can be spotted in still waters and gently flowing rivers. 1987. 1973. Report of the State Geologist.

Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 73:173-193. Evermann. Carvalho. Report on the fishes of Ohio. Gerking, S.D. 1894.

Fisheries Research 61:19-33.

Carp are members of the minnow family, with large golden scales. Carp is only established in the Florida panhandle. Carp were distributed in nearly all 300 congressional districts, surviving in some of the most polluted trash environments the US has to offer.

2002. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 97(1):103-118. Journal of Fish Biology 18: 271-290.

University of Puget Sound Law Review 17:191-242. 1939.

California Fish and Game.

Distribution and relative abundance of fishes in Wisconsin. Paepke (eds.). In comparison to the stout and stocky, artificially-reared species of carp, the native carps of East and Central Europe have slender bodies. The common carp is very active when feeding and its movements often disturb sediments and increase turbidity, causing serious problems in some regions especially where the species is abundant. Carp are broad, large-bodied fish with a long dorsal fin that extends along most of its back and a forked tail fin. 1876. - Dept. In addition to the normal scaled carp, the U.S. McCann. I have heard Carp may eat other fish eggs is this true could you please help on this. May 26, 2004. Moyle, J.B., and W.D. Fishing Information. The biology of the common carp, Cyprinus carpio L. in Camargue, southern France. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. 1998. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36(1):100-112. 1974.

Humans are the primary predators of adult carp.

Common carp is generally a heavy-bodied fish with barbels on either side of the upper jaw. It is the user's responsibility to use these data consistent with their intended purpose and within stated limitations. In a lake I fish (I’m in England) it’s not uncommon to catch catfish when targeting carp, even on dough baits like boilies.

2011. Lake and Reservoir Management 26(1):14-22. 2. Because this species has been present in many areas since the first surveys, its impacts on many of the native fishes are difficult to determine. 1960.

The common carp is very active when feeding and its movements often disturb sediments and increase turbidity, causing serious problems in some regions especially where the species is abundant. 1936. Goldfish and minnows also belong to the carp family. 2004. Burr, B.M., and M.L. Bradley, W.G., and J.E.

New Mexico Game and Fish. Fish Commission for 1903, 23:1-574. Taylor, J., R. Mahon. There seems to be no definitive evidence of when carp first came to the U.S., but it was most likely in the mid 1800s, when fish were imported from Germany or France. Pennsylvania State University Press University Park, PA. 243 pp. Brenneman. Howells, R.G.

They also have two small “whiskers” on each side of... Common carp can weigh up to 80 pounds and grow up to 5 feet in length. 1-9. 1997.

Interesting facts about peregrine falcons, Interesting facts about African forest elephants, Interesting facts about molten chocolate cake, Interesting facts about the Atacama Desert, Interesting facts about Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Interesting facts about Norwegian Forest cats. 2006. Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 119:1-131. Smith, C.L. 1995. Duggan, N.M.N. It is known to be native in North America and Eurasia. New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM. FAO FishStat (2017) Fisheries and Aquaculture Software. Bond, C.E. Experimental control of carp reproduction through water drawdowns in Fort Randall Reservoir, South Dakota. The freshwater fishes of Georgia. 966 pp. The Inland Fishes of New York State. Carps thrive in freshwater, usually large lakes and slow flowing rivers found in the lowland areas. They naturally live in temperate climates in fresh or slightly brackish water with a pH of 6.5–9.0 and salinity up to about 0.5%,[17] and temperatures of 3 to 35 °C (37–95 °F). Yerger, and P.R. Bait fishes of the lower Colorado River, from Lake Mead, Nevada, to Yuma, Arizona, with a key for identification. A review of Kansas ichthyology.

Roughly three million tonnes are produced annually, accounting for 14% of all farmed freshwater fish in 2002. 2010. Williams. [24] In South Australia, it is an offence for this species to be released back to the wild.

They travel in schools, usually of at least five, and spawn in the spring in shallow water—often by the thousands. You just don’t like carp, cause you were improperly informed of them being a trash fish, that ruins your water.

Dahlberg, M.D., and D.C. Scott. Journal of Wildlife Management 17(3):312-317. 1999.

1975. Underwater Naturalist Vol. Minnows of Michigan.

Second Edition. Fish Species Recorded from Nevada. The European common carp production, in terms of volume, reached its peak (0.18 Mt) during 2009–2010 and has been declining since. American Fisheries Society Symposium 15. Carp will live, but not thrive, in colder, clear fast water.

Prefers large, slow-moving bodies of water with soft sediment, but is a hardy fish that thrives in a variety of habitats. 1964. - Natural Resource Management Associates, Le Claire, IA.

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