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Watershed 2004

Session 1: Source Water Assessment and Protection

ENDOCRINE DISRUPTING COMPOUNDS: A WATERSHED PERSPECTIVE
pp. 1-5(5)
Authors: McDonald, Steve; McGovern, Patricia

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DEVELOPING A COMMUNITY PLAN TO PROTECT A SOURCE OF WATER SUPPLY
pp. 17-28(12)
Authors: Sommers, Keane; Magura, Lawrence; Corwin, Bruce; Bradley, George

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SOURCE WATER QUALITY PLANNING FOR BOULDER, COLORADO
pp. 29-58(30)
Authors: Parsons, Lela; Standish-Lee, Perri; Struthers, Amy

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IMPLEMENTING A SOURCE WATER PROTECTION PROGRAM THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS IN LOUDOUN COUNTY, VIRGINIA
pp. 59-73(15)
Authors: Ryon, Andrea; Dawood, Tony; Pasquel, Fernando

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IMPLEMENTING JORDAN'S FIRST SOURCE WATER PROTECTION PROGRAM
pp. 74-93(20)
Authors: Kolb, Bernadette; Hijleh, Amhad Abu; Halaseh, Ayman; Parameswar, Chitra; Sunna, Nawal; Hijazi, Amal

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Session 2: Assessment and Monitoring I

SURFACE WATER SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS TO PRIORITIZE POTENTIALLY PESTICIDE “IMPAIRED” WATERBODIES IN MISSISSIPPI'S UPPER PEARL RIVER BASIN
pp. 94-104(11)
Authors: Tagert, Mary Love; Massey, Joseph H.; Shaw, David R.; Ballweber, Jeffery A.

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A METHODOLOGY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF NON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION ABATEMENT PROGRAMS
pp. 105-113(9)
Authors: Neal, Jill; Goodrich, James; Hobbins, Eben; Vicory, Alan; Shamblen,, Richard G.; Markowitz, Daniel V.; Lauria, Jeffrey M.

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MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS OF THE RIVER ENVIRONMENT CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
pp. 164-173(10)
Authors: Snelder, Ton H.; Slawecki, Theodore A.D.; Hickey, Christopher W.

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Comprehensive Stream Physical Assessment and GIS Data Management Tools Support Fairfax County's Watershed Management Program
pp. 174-198(25)
Authors: Tak, Laurens van der; Salas, Cheri; Tyagi, Aditya; Sacco, Phillip

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Session 3: TMDL, Water Quality Standards, and Trading I

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DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL SEDIMENT TMDL PROTOCOL TO EXPLICITLY CONSIDER CONSTRUCTION SOURCES
pp. 214-225(12)
Authors: Dilks, David W.; Parson, Marolyn; Morse, Chandler; Holliday, Andrew

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WATERSHED-BASED PERMITTING IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY
pp. 226-237(12)
Authors: Moskus, Penelope E.; Dilks, David W.; Freedman, Paul L.; Lyons, John T.; Wilcher, LaJuana S.

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EXPLORING WATERSHED URBANIZATION IN USE ATTAINABILITY ANALYSES OF URBAN WATERBODIES
pp. 276-295(20)
Authors: McMillin, William E.; Omer, Tarig A.; Mueller, James G.; Klein, Mark

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Session 4: Planning Tools I

LOCAL GOVERNMENT TOOLS FOR RESOURCE PROTECTION
pp. 296-310(15)
Author: Ogilvie, E. Wendy

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NATIONWIDE MS4 STORMWATER PHASE 1 DATABASE
pp. 334-362(29)
Authors: Pitt, Robert; Maestre, Alex; Morquecho, Renee

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TOOLS FOR THE ST. JOSEPH RIVER, INDIANA WATERSHED INITIATIVE FOR A SAFER ENVIRONMENT (WISE)
pp. 363-382(20)
Authors: Nemura, Adrienne D.; Turner, Carrie L.; Salee, Mark A.; Umble, Art K.

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INTEGRATING WATER RESOURCE PROTECTION INTO LOCAL PLANS, ORDINANCES, AND PROGRAMS
pp. 383-400(18)
Authors: Mangus, Amy; Stefanski, Susan

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Session 5: Modeling I

USING GIS TO ASSESS EFFECTS OF SPATIAL DATA RESOLUTION ON WATERSHED HYDROLOGY
pp. 447-453(7)
Authors: Ikenberry, Charles; Darkwah, Samuel; Walton, James; McCole, Pat

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COMBINING VALLEY SEGMENT CLASSIFICATION WITH NEURAL NET MODELING OF LANDSCAPE CHANGE: A NEW APPROACH TO INTEGRATED RISK ASSESSMENT FOR RIVER ECOSYSTEMS
pp. 454-468(15)
Authors: Wiley, Michael J.; Pijanowski, Bryan C.; Richards, Paul; Riseng, Catherine; Seelbach, Paul; Stevenson, R. Jan

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ONSITE WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS: MOVING MODELING TO THE PLANNING STAGE
pp. 469-490(22)
Authors: Tonning, Barry; Kreissl, Jim; Frederick, Rod; Goo, Robert

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MODELING ECOSYSTEM CHANGES CAUSED BY THE ZEBRA MUSSEL INVASION IN SAGINAW BAY, LAKE HURON
pp. 491-506(16)
Authors: Kaur, Jagjit; DePinto, Joseph V.; Bierman, Victor J.; Feist, Timothy J.

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Session 6: Success Stories: Low-Impact Development/Redevelopment

MODELING LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT HYDROLOGY: CASE STUDIES USING THE LIFE™ MODEL
pp. 524-535(12)
Authors: Medina, Daniel E.; Graham, Patrick; Thorpe, Jared; Patwardhan, Avinash; Hare, Timothy

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SUSTAINABLE STORM WATER MANAGEMENT AT THE FORD ROUGE COMPLEX REDEVELOPMENT SITE
pp. 536-551(16)
Authors: McKenzie, Heidi; Payne, Fred C.; Holland, Mark E.; Poat, Charles F.; Klemmer, Mark R.; Gaudette, Roger; Hilbert, Linda

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ENCOURAGING LOW-IMPACT DEVELOPMENT BY KEEPING THE HYDROLOGIC ANALYSIS SIMPLE
pp. 570-584(15)
Authors: Koch, Paul; Nicolini, Mark

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LID DESIGN AT THE AFRICAN AMERICAN WORLD CULTURAL CENTER (AAWCC): MILWAUKEE, WI
pp. 596-616(21)
Authors: Gerold, Laura A.; Sear, Thomas R.

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THE TOWN OF HUNTERSVILLE'S ROAD TO LOW-IMPACT DEVELOPMENT AND SMART GROWTH
pp. 617-634(18)
Authors: Fisher, Heather; Brewer, Kimberly; Kroening, David; Job, Scott

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Session 7: Integrated Water Resources Planning Case Studies I

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DEVELOPMENT OF STORM WATER DESIGN CRITERIA A CASE STUDY OF THREE MICHIGAN COMMUNITIES
pp. 663-678(16)
Authors: Schwartz, Claire E.; Thompson, Fishbeck

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Cobbs Creek Watershed Plan: restoring an urban stream
pp. 679-702(24)
Authors: Maimone, Mark; Marengo, Brian

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BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY IN THE KLAMATH BASIN, OREGON
pp. 713-727(15)
Authors: Porter, Laura; Paulson, Cynthia; Kuenzi, Mike; Haapala, Will

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WATERSHED ANALYSIS TO IDENTIFY WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT POTENTIAL AND SPECIFIC SITES FOR STREAM AND WETLAND RESTORATION
pp. 728-743(16)
Authors: Kreutzberger, William A.; Cozza, Kristin; Klimek, Suzanne; Jones, Vicki L.

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Session 8: TMDL, Water Quality Standards, and Trading II

DEVELOPING NUTRIENT CRITERIA IN CALIFORNIA
pp. 744-764(21)
Authors: Roy, Sujoy B.; Creager, Clayton; Saucerman, Suesan; Worthan, Gary; Radde, John; Chung, Chih-Fang; Walsh, Megan

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IN-STREAM DISSOLVED OXYGEN AUGMENTATION USING A SUPER SATURATED SLIP STREAM
pp. 765-776(12)
Authors: Ridgway, James W.; Giberson, Kurt

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Pollutant Source Assessment and Model Development for Wissahickon Creek – An Urban TMDL Case Study
pp. 846-875(30)
Authors: Henry, Thomas; Carter, Stephen; Zou, Rui; Shoemaker, Leslie

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East vs. West: Developing Antidegradation Implementation Guidance
pp. 876-891(16)
Authors: Tonning, Barry; Brewer, Kimberly

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Session 9: Restoring Aquatic Habitat and Living Resources

AN EXAMPLE OF IN-STREAM PEAK FLOW REDUCTION TARGETS BASED ON HABITAT AND GEOMORPHIC INDICES
pp. 892-902(11)
Authors: Dierks, Scott; Dakin, Theresa; Wiley, Michael J.; West, Michelle

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PROTECTION MEASURES FOR FISH AND MUSSELS IN THE CONNECTICUT RIVER, HOLYOKE, MA
pp. 903-916(14)
Authors: Henderson, Nathan; Doyle-Breen, Jennifer A.; Boison, Paul J.

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TARGETING GREAT LAKES HABITAT AND ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 2000, SECTION 506
pp. 917-927(11)
Authors: Coscarelli, Mark A.; Bails, Jack D.; Sinha, Sanjiv K.; Gaden, Marc; Gesl, David

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ROUGE RIVER GATEWAY PROJECT: RESTORATION OF AN URBAN RIVER
pp. 928-954(27)
Authors: Cave, Kelly A.; Heise, Kurt L.; Bagale, Edward J.; Lovall, Sam B.; Ridgway, James W.; Johnson, Carl R.

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Session 10: Integrated Water Resources Planning Case Studies II

PASSAIC RIVER BASIN (NJ) NUTRIENT TMDL: THE WATERSHED WAY WINS
pp. 965-975(11)
Authors: Kehrberger, Patricia M.; Cosgrove, James F.; Hirst, Barbara

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REGIONAL WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLANNING FOR METROPOLITAN ATLANTA
pp. 976-997(22)
Authors: Baughman, Douglas S.; Dyke, Heather; Patwardhan, Avinash

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SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCE PLANNING – KNOW YOUR BENEFITS AS WELL AS COSTS THE SUN VALLEY WATERSHED CASE STUDY
pp. 998-1027(30)
Authors: Drennan, Michael; Blum, Carl; Lipkis, Andy; Bapna, Vik; Burke, Susan

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Water Monitoring and Assessment Program In Columbus, GA
pp. 1048-1059(12)
Authors: Turner, Billy G.; Arnett, Clifford J.; Boner, Mark; Weaver, Robert C.

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Case Study: Reduction of Total Phosphorus Loads to Big Platte Lake, MI Through Point Source Control and Watershed Management.
pp. 1060-1076(17)
Authors: Canale, Raymond P.; Harrison, Ron; Moskus, Penelope; Naperala, Troy; Swiecki, Wilfred; Whelan, Gary

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Session 11: Modeling II

SIMULATION OF WATER QUALITY DURING UNSTEADY FLOW IN THE CHICAGO WATERWAY SYSTEM
pp. 1077-1106(30)
Authors: Melching, Charles S.; Alp, Emre; Shrestha, Ram Lal; Lanyon, Richard

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A SIMPLIFIED MASS BALANCE MODELING FRAMEWORK FOR TOXICS TMDLS: APPLICATION TO PCBS IN THE DELAWARE RIVER ESTUARY
pp. 1146-1168(23)
Authors: Bierman, Victor J.; Hinz, Scott C.; Liao, Shih-Long; Suk, Namsoo; Yagecic, John R.; Fikslin, Thomas J.; DePinto, Joseph V.

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INVESTIGATION OF URBAN WATER QUALITY USING ARTIFICIAL RAINFALL
pp. 1169-1184(16)
Authors: Herngren, Lars; Goonetilleke, Ashantha; Ayoko, Godwin

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WATERSHED MODELING OF ONSITE WASTEWATER SYSTEMS IN SUMMIT COUNTY, COLORADO
pp. 1185-1205(21)
Authors: Weintraub, L. H. Z.; Chen, C. W.; Goldstein, R. A.; Siegrist, R. L.

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ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT ASSOCIATED WITH LOW-HEAD DAMS
pp. 1206-1235(30)
Authors: Syed, Atiq U.; Bennett, James P.

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Willamette River Basin Temperature TMDL Modeling Study
pp. 1236-1265(30)
Authors: Wells, Scott A; Berger, Chris J.; Annear, Robert L.; McKillip, Michael; Jamal, Sher

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Session 12: Public Education and Outreach

VOLUNTEERS MONITOR STREAM DISCHARGE AND CROSS-SECTIONAL CHANNEL SHAPE
pp. 1266-1293(28)
Authors: Dakin, Theresa; Martin, Joan; Wiley, Mike

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SCHOOL HABITATS TO MEET WATERSHED MANAGEMENT GOALS
pp. 1294-1311(18)
Authors: Kleiner, Jane Tesner; Foster-McCaughey, Carolyne

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Building Capacity for Watershed Stewardship
pp. 1322-1326(5)
Authors: Corso, Abigail; Holsen, T.J.; Pater, Jane

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A STATE-FEDERAL PARTNERSHIP TO UNDERSTAND THE USEFULNESS OF DECISION SUPPORT TOOLS FOR NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
pp. 1336-1363(28)
Authors: Lucero, Dana; Watermolen, Dreux J.; Murrell, Matthew D.

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COMMUNITY OUTREACH FOR WATERSHED PROTECTION
pp. 1364-1377(14)
Authors: Jahan, Kauser; Orlins, Joseph; Hasse, John; Everett, Jess; Miller, Demond

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Session 13: Assessment and Treatment of Stormwater Runoff

RECENT MEASUREMENTS OF HEAVY METAL REMOVALS USING STORMWATER FILTERS
pp. 1390-1417(28)
Authors: Clark, Shirley E.; Johnson, Pauline D.; Gill, Sarah; Pratap, Mukesh

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Alternative Cation Exchange Media for Metal Ion Removal
pp. 1418-1430(13)
Authors: Hagen, Tim; Marshall, Wayne E.

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Treatability of Stormwater Heavy Metals – Or Breaking the Irreducible Concentration Barrier
pp. 1470-1499(30)
Authors: Pitt, R.; Clark, S.; Johnson, P. D.; Morquecho, R.; Williamson, D.

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Session 14: Planning Tools II

A WATERSHED APPROACH TO SUPPORT RIVER PROTECTION, LAND USE PLANNING, AND OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION IN A RAPIDLY DEVELOPING SUBURBAN REGION
pp. 1500-1516(17)
Authors: Wade, R. Scott; Dilks, David W.; Breidenbach, Virginia K. S.; Fowler, Laurie A.; Heath, Ellen; Allen, Catherine; Maxwell, Thomas

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LOW IMPACT FEASIBILITY EVALUATION (LIFE™) MODEL – INTERACTIVE TOOL FOR DESIGNING LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENTS
pp. 1517-1532(16)
Authors: Patwardhan, Avinash S.; Graham, Patrick; Thorpe, Jared; Medina, Daniel; Jobes, Thomas

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A Retrospective Look at Watershed Management, Reflected Through Six WEF Sponsored Conferences
pp. 1563-1570(8)
Authors: Freedman, Paul L.; Breidenbach, Virginia K.S.; Infante, Dana M.; Kumar, Akshay S.

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Water Quality Trades for Nutrient Reduction in the Conestoga Watershed Using a Multi-Credit Trading Framework
pp. 1592-1606(15)
Authors: Bongiorni Ajello, Tara A.; Rogers, John; Bacon, Elise; McElwaine, Andrew; Zemba, Andy

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Session 15: Assessment and Monitoring II

A TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY'S PERSPECTIVE ON AN ILLICIT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION PROGRAM
pp. 1607-1612(6)
Authors: Christian, Dan; Scholl, James E.; Herrmann, John; Phillips, Seth

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Development and Application of a Watershed Assessment Protocol as a Tool to PrioritizeManagement Activities
pp. 1613-1629(17)
Authors: Breidenbach, Virginia K.S.; Moskus, Penelope E.; Dilks, David W.; Gibson, James P.; Lyons, John T.

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INNOVATIVE MONITORING PROGRAM TO ASSESS SOURCES OF WATER QUALITY DEGRADATION
pp. 1630-1644(15)
Authors: Yaros-Ramos, Heather; Chavan, Seema; Patten, Tom; Briggs, David; Polyzos, Demetri

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WATER QUALITY TRENDS IN THE ROUGE RIVER WATERSHED
pp. 1645-1670(26)
Authors: Hughes, Colleen; Rathbun, Joe; Kluitenberg, Edward; Cave, Kelly; Catalfio, Chris

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A FRAMEWORK FOR STREAMLINING AQUATIC LIFE USE ATTAINABILITY ANALYSES
pp. 1671-1681(11)
Authors: Diamond, Jerry; Bowersox, Marcus; Creager, Clayton; Kurth, Lynn

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RIVER WATER QUALITY AND CSO DISCHARGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT:COORDINATION CHALLENGES
pp. 1682-1698(17)
Authors: Lyles, Otho; Peller, Charles G.; Meyer, James B.; Niec, Jay H.; Margheim, Waldo A.

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Session 16: Agriculture and Urban BMPs

Simulated Effectiveness of 12 Wet Weather Best Management Practices in an Urban Watershed
pp. 1699-1715(17)
Authors: Myers, Raleigh D.; Smullen, James; Marengo, Brian

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EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMONLY USED URBAN BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
pp. 1716-1743(28)
Authors: Parson, Marolyn J.; Morse, Chandler; DePue, Mike

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INTEGRATING QUALITY OF LIFE BENEFITS WITH URBAN STORMWATER MANAGEMENT: A SUCCESSFUL CASE STUDY FOR A PHASE II COMMUNITY
pp. 1744-1758(15)
Authors: Kieser, Mark S.; Feng Fang, Andrew; Spoelstra, Jeffrey A.; Ott, Nicole C.

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WILL FARMERS IMPLEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS? IMPLICATIONS FOR IMPROVED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT.
pp. 1759-1790(32)
Authors: Bird, Elizabeth Ann R.; Padilla, Vince; Ingram, Mrill; Jackson, Gary; Auvermann, Brent; Bass, Thomas; Brittingham, Jeanne; Fisher, Tara; Habersack, Matt; Hakanson, Karl; Heemstra, Jill; Holmes, Brian; Howard, Shelley; Koelsch, Richard; Lawrence, John; Marsh, Lori; Mende, Amanda; Risse, Mark; Surber, Gene; Wright, Peter

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Session 17: Management Interstate and International Waters

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“DYE DON'T LIE…” WAYNE COUNTY'S ILLICIT CONNECTION DETECTION PROGRAM WORKS
pp. 1833-1852(20)
Authors: Tuomari, Dean C.; Thompson, Susan

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AN ECOLOGICAL CURRENCY APPROACH TOWARDS RESOURCE IMPROVEMENT IN THE GLB
pp. 1862-1881(20)
Authors: Kealy, Mary Jo; Maughan, Jamie; DuPuis, Thomas; Brown, Brent

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DEVELOPING TOOLS FOR ASSESSING THE IMPACTS OF WATER WITHDRAWALS IN THE GREAT LAKES-ST. LAWRENCE BASIN
pp. 1882-1896(15)
Authors: Larson, Wendy M.; Redder, Todd M.; DePinto, Joseph V.

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GREAT LAKES STRATEGY 2002: LESSONS LEARNED
pp. 1897-1901(5)
Author: Thomas, Vicki L.

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