The Army Corps of Engineers is asking the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for a delay in proposals to deal with altering the flow of the Missouri River. The corps says experts need to do more study on how the proposed changes would help the Pallid Sturgeon increase its numbers. The MissouriRiver Coordinator for the Fish and Wildlife Service, Al Sapa, says the Corps attitude is unacceptable. Missouri politicians and others have been objecting to the Corps plans to change spring river flows. Sapa accuses them of parochialism