Matherne, A. M. 1995. Freshwater and Saline Flood Plain Wetlands of the North Platte River, Sources and Seasonal Dynamics, Kiowa Wildlife Management Area, Morrill, Nebraska (OFR-62). Approximately 100 pp. + 1 over-sized map. Description: The Kiowa Wildlife Management Area is a one square mile upland on the North Platte River, and was acquired by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission in 1993. The site comprises two distinct wetland types, alkaline and freshwater, both of which are important wildlife habitat. It was the goal of this project to understand the hydrology controlling the development and maintenance of these wetlands in order to anticipate the affect of management strategies on the wetland complex. The study was designed to develop a comprehensive picture of the hydrogeology of both fresh and alkaline portions of the site, with emphasis on the processes forming and maintaining both wetland components. Out of print, unbound copy available.