Fisheries -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Fishery management -- South Dakota; Fishing surveys -- South Dakota
Fish community surveys are conducted by the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks (SDGFP) to monitor fish populations throughout Region IV, which is comprised of 13 counties in northeastern South Dakota.
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Fishing -- South Dakota; Fishing -- South Dakota -- Maps; Fishery law and legislation -- South Dakota
Handbook providing information on licensing, statewide harvest limits, East River regulations, Missouri River regulations, West River regulations, Black Hills regulations, and general regulations for fishing in South Dakota.
Fossils -- South Dakota; Native American culture; Oahe Dam (S.D.); Archaeology -- South Dakota -- History; Sioux Nation -- History.
Archaeologists and historians working with the Smithsonian Institution have completed 3 ½ months of excavating Indian villages just below thh Oahe Dam site. Initial reports indicate that these sites were used from 1300 A.D. to the middle and late...
Oahe Dam (S.D.); Missouri River Basin Project (U.S.); Dams -- South Dakota; Fort Randall Dam (S.D.); United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.; Smithsonian Institution; Guy James Company, Oklahoma City (Okla.); Collins & Campbell, Fargo (N.D.)
In the construction of the Oahe Dam, a hill encompassing six million cubic yards of dirt is being moved from the west side of the river to the river bottom. This dirt will be used as part of the base for the 242 foot high barrier that will span...
Stevenson, Robert E.; Bonesteel (S.D.); University of South Dakota; Tylosaurus; Fossils -- Collection and preservation -- South Dakota
A prehistoric lizard, Tylasaurus, was discovered at the Harvey cabin north of Bonesteel. Dr. Robert Stevenson visited the site and recovered the petrified remains. The lizard was presented to the University of South Dakota in Vermillion.