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Title:The Illinois River: Responsible Management for the New Millennium
Subject(s):Water management
river management
Illinois river
Geographic Coverage:Illinois
Issue Date:1999-10-07
Series/Report:Governors Conference on the Management of the Illinois River
Genre:Conference Proceeding (whole)
Type:Text
Language:English
Table of Contents:Opening Address / Robert W. Frazee -- Remarks on the Management of the Illinois River System by the Director of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources / Brent Manning -- Remarks on the Management of the Illinois River System by the Director of the Illinois Department of Agriculture / Joe Hampton -- Responsible Management: What Does it Mean? / Richard B. Pierce -- Featured Speaker / Lt. Governor Corinne Wood -- The Ecology and Culture of Water / James M. Patchett and Gerould S. Wilhelm -- Urban Initiatives on the Illinois River: A Chicago Experence of the Challenges and Solutions / Laurene von Klan -- Upper Mississippi River - Illinois Waterway System Navigation Study: Feasibility Study / Gary Loss -- Economic Importance of Levee and Drainage Districts / Michael D. Klingner -- Economic Impact of Agricultural Commodities on the Upper Illinois River / Thomas E. Jennings -- The Mississippi Beautification and Restoration Project / Chad Pregracke -- The Illinois Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program / Debbie S. Bruce -- The Kankakee River Basin Partnership: Conserving the Kankakee River Basin for the Future / R. A. Schultz and J.E. Mick -- The Mackinaw River Partnership / Terry Giannoni -- Watershed Management: Illinois River Ecosystem Restoration Studies / Teresa A. Kirkeeng-Kincaid and Bradley E. Thompson -- Watershed Resources: A View from Corps Headquarters / Jim Johnson -- Hypoxia: Illinois Assessment with a Brief Perspective on the National Assessment / Derek Winstanley and Edward C. Krug -- Illinois' Perspective on Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) / Bruce J. Yurdin -- Potential Use of Innovative Dredge Technology and Beneficial Use of Sediment for River Restoration / John C. Marlin -- Why Suspended Solids Will Not Settle and Sediments Will Not Consolidate in Backwater Lakes: A Discussion of Possible Answers / Donald L. Hey -- Impacts of Levees on Flood Stages and the Benefits of Managed Flood Storage / Gary R. Clark and Robert Dalton -- Watershed Management: The Big Picture / Major General Phillip R. Anderson -- Closing Address / Stephen P. Havera
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/108857
Date Available in IDEALS:2020-10-13


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