4 edition of Lower Chippewa River Basin water quality management plan found in the catalog.
Lower Chippewa River Basin water quality management plan
Wisconsin. Dept. of Natural Resources.
|Statement||a publication of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.|
|LC Classifications||TD224.W6 W56 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 293 p. :|
|Number of Pages||293|
|LC Control Number||96622123|
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Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, lower Chippewa River Basin water staff sampled the lower Chippewa River during the and field seasons. The purpose of this survey was to develop a baseline inventory of the existing fisheries resources in the lower Chippewa River and make recommendations for future fisheries management activities.
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East Harbor State Park. Red Cedar River Water Quality Partnership Meeting Outcomes 12/6/16, Dunn County Ag Service Center, Menomonie, WI formed out of these interviews that will complete the management plan for the lakes.
Alliance and other students and professors, Bobolink Nursery, UW-Extension, and Lower Chippewa Invasives Partnership coming together to make. Lehman, Patrick J., P.E. “Water Demand Management Through Rate Structure,” AWWA Annual Conference Proceedings Water Quality for the New Decade, pp.
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