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Title:2015 Governor's Conference on the Management of the Illinois River System
Alternative Title:The Illinois River: A Watershed Partnership
Subject(s):Illinois River System
Watershed management
Geographic Coverage:Illinois
Issue Date:2015
Series/Report:Governor's Conference on the Management of the Illinois River
Genre:Conference Proceeding (whole)
Table of Contents:Opening Remarks / Christine Davis, Laura Keefer, Lisa Merrifield
America's Watershed Initiative Report Card for the Mississippi River Watershed: Measuring Six Critical Goals in All Parts of the Mississippi River Watershed / Harald 'Jordy' Jordahl
Voices for the River: How Storytelling, Advocacy, and Education Can Inspire Concrete Action / Brian 'Fox' Ellis
Getting the Nation Rain Ready / Harriet Festing
Seeking Continuous Improvement in Farm Conservation Practices / Jon Scholl
Keynote 1: Irreversible Reaction: Illinois River to Waterway / Richard 'Dick' Lanyon
Keynote 2: Illinois Waterway Public-Private Partnership (P3) Demonstration Project / Hank DeHaan
Keynote 3: Rules of Engagement: Why 'Education' Is Not Enough to Gain Community Support for River Restoration and Conservation / Paddy Woodworth (no presentation file)
Seize the Day, Seize the Carp: Economic Impacts in the Peoria Region / Leigh Ann Brown
One Proven Solution to the Invasive Asian Carp Problem in Our Rivers / Gray Magee (no presentation file) Using Commercial Fishing to Limit the Spread of Asian Carp / Kevin Irons
Profile of the Current Non-Asian Carp Commercial Fishing Industry on the Illinois River / Rob Maher
On-Going Improvements in the Sport Fish of the Illinois River / Dan Gibson-Reinemer
Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy: Current Activities and Future Directions / Marcia Willhite
Science Assessment Supporting the Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy / Mark David
Nitrate and Phosphate - A Loaded Question in Illinois / Kelly Warner
Asian Carp Overview / Duane Chapman
Multi-Jurisdictional Approach to Asian Carp in the Upper Illinois River and Chicago Area Waterway System, Illinois, United States / Kevin Irons
Carp on the Move: Do Barriers Matter? / James Garvey
LCC Strategy on Connection Between Illinois River Valley and Gulf Hypoxia / Gwen White
Watershed Management for Control of Nutrient Loss in the Mackinaw River / Maria Lemke
Aquatic Vegetation and Fish Community Monitoring at the Emiquon Nature Preserve / T.D. VanMiddlesworth
Landscape Conservation Design at the Refuge Complex Scale / Robert Clevenstine
How Much Is 2 Billion Gallons of Reused Effluent Worth? / Rick Manner
Implementing the Irrigation Reporting Portion of the Illinois Water Use Act / Steven Wilson
Growth and Strategic Change at the Dixon Waterfowl Refuge at Hennepin and Hopper Lakes / Paul Botts
Birds of a Feather / Mike Miller and Eric Schenck
Peoria's One Water Initiative / Jane Gerdes
Monitoring Urban Stormwater Engineering Best Management Practices / Jim Duncker
Using Green Infrastructure to Improve Water Quality, Reduce Flooding, and Revitalize Neighborhoods / Tom Price
Integrating Stormwater Practices into Transportation / Scott Marlow
Combining Drainage Water Management and American Gold Plover Conservation in an Agricultural Landscape / Drew Becker
Recent Improvements in Waterbird Numbers and Conditions in the Illinois River Valley / Heath Hagy and Chris Hine
Monitoring CREP's Contribution to Wildlife Conservation and Water Quality in the Illinois River Watershed / Luke Garver
Overview of GLMRIS / Andrew Leichty and Sue Davis
Infrastructure Considerations of GLMRIS/ Ben Brockschmidt
Environmental Considerations of GLMRIS / Robert Hirschfeld
Summary of Results of Urban Flood Awareness Act / Brad Winters
Stormwater Utilities in Illinois? / Mark Hoskins
Watershed-Based Master Planning for Resiliency in our Communities / Sarah Hunn
Hydrologic, Sediment, and Nutrient Loads in the Illinois River Watershed / Mike Demissie
Current State of Suspended-Sediment Surrogate Technology / Ryan Jackson
Intensive Streamflow, Sediment, and Water Quality Monitoring of a Small Watershed in Bloomington, Illinois / Tim Straub
The Illinois Height Modernization Program: What Can LiDAR Do for You and How Can You Get It? / Janet Holden and Trisha Rentschler
Where and How to Find USGS Topographic Data / Shelley Silch
The Resource Management Mapping Service (RMMS) / Jonathan Rush
Using GIS for Green Infrastructure and Stormwater Management Analysis : Redeveloping Brownsfields in Chicago’s Southland / Dennis Latto and Jose Alarcon
Sangamon River Regional Sediment Management Program / Heather Bishop, Elizabeth Bruns, and Nicole Manasco
Hydrologic and Hydraulic Studies of the Illinois River Basin at ISWS / Yanqing Lian, Elias Getahun, Markus Momcilo, Laura Keefer, and Zhenxing Zhang
Hydrologic and Water Quality Modeling of the Spoon River Watershed for Determining Sediment and Nutrient Critical Source Areas / Arash Zaregarizi, Yazd University, and Elias Getahun
Use of Magnetic Fly Ash to Assess Upper Sangamon Basin Post-Settlement Sedimentation Rates / Jia Wang, David Grimley, Alison Anders
Regional Water Supply Planning Studies in Illinois / Zhenxing Zhang, H. Vernon Knapp, Walton Kelly, Scott Meyer; George Roadcap ,Daniel Abrams, Devin Mannix, and Daniel Hadley
Insights from Long-Term Monitoring: Asian Carp and Fish Communities within the Illinois River / Rich Bendleton, Levi Solomon, Brian Ickes, and Andrew Casper
Trends in Illinois River Sport and Commercial Fisheries from the Last 50 Years / Dan Gibson-Reinemer, Jason DeBoel, Mark Fritts, Andrew Casper
Prediction of Potential Nursery Habitat for Asian Carp Larvae in the Illinois River below Starved Rock Lock and Dam Using the FluEgg Model / Tatiana Garcia and James J. Duncker
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