Evaluation of Watershed Organizations and Indicators of Effectiveness in Addressing Water Quality Issues
Abstract:I. Introduction: Watershed Organizations and the Need for Evaluation Watershed and regional management of the water resource, both quantity and quality, is at a historically high level (Rieke and Kenney, 1997) and watershed organizations are rapidly increasing in popularity and number nationwide (Griffin, 1999). The relative newness of watershed organizations leave some question as to their effective in addressing water quality (Griffin 1999). Practical approaches to water management (Easter and Feder, 1996) and nonpoint source pollution prevention are now being studied intensively (Perciasepe, 1995).
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2000
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