Aquatic Study Guide
Arkansas Envirothon Aquatic Information References
The following list of sources and publications is by no means an inclusive one. It is intended , however, to be a source of information that Arkansas students and advisors can study to get themselves ready for the Arkansas Envirothon. Just because a publication is listed does not mean it is the only source of information available, it simply means it is a source of information for the aquatics section of the Envirothon. Unless otherwise indicated, the entire book including glossary, may be used as test materials.
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Envirothon Curriculum Guidelines - https://envirothon.org/the-competition/curriculum-guidelines/ (link updated March 6, 2021)
Freshwater Mussels Of Texas
Websites about Mollusks:
The Crayfishes Of Missouri
How To Know The Freshwater Crustacea
Monitors Guide Aquatic Macrinvertebrates
How to Know The Insects
How To Know The Aquatic Insects
A Guide To
Common Freshwater Invertebrates Of
Fishes Of Arkansas
Only In Arkansas
FishesA Guide To Familiar American Species
FishingA Guide To Fresh and Saltwater
Fish Of The Ozark And Ouachita Highlands
How To Know The Fishes
An Anglers Guide To Arkansas Fish
GENERAL AQUATIC INFORMATION:
Water Quality field Guide
Water Quality Indicators GuideFirst Edition
Water Quality Indicators GuideSecond Edition
Classification Of Wetland And Deepwater Habitats Of The U.S.
Arkansas Water Quality Manual
Resource Conservation Glossary
How To Know The Freshwater Algae
How To Know The Aquatic Plants
How To Know The Seaweeds
Websites for general information
Sources For Aquatic Sampling Equipment:
Updated June 2014
The Envirothon Steering Committee gratefully acknowledges Mr. Ray Erickson for his service to overseeing the materials in the Aquatics Section.
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The Envirothon Program is offered and operated on a nondiscriminatory basis without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, marital status, or physical/mental challenges.