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Title:2009 Governor's Conference on the Management of the Illinois River
Subject(s):Illinois River
Water management
Geographic Coverage:Illinois
Issue Date:2009-10-20
Series/Report:Governor's Conference on the Management of the Illinois River
Genre:Conference Proceeding (whole)
Type:Text
Language:English
Table of Contents:Opening Remarks / Kimberly St John – Plenary 1: 12 Years of Implementing the Integrated Management Plan / Bob Kustra – Plenary 2: Water Law and Court Interpretation / Robert Beck, Donald Uchtmann, and Albert Ettinger – A Decade of Progress Associated with Agricultural Practices / Jon Hubbert – Success with Controlling Erosion / Alan Gulso – Water Quality in Illinois / Paul Terrio – Ecosystem Services: Some Basic Concepts / Steven E. Kraft – The Economics of Ecosystems / Sabrina L. Shaikh – The Illinois River Now in 3-D / Randy Vogel – Local Actions Deliver National Results / Brad McMillan – Strategies for Sustainable Unwanted Medicine Collection Programs: In Communities, In the Classroom, and Beyond / Elizabeth Hinchey Malloy and Robin Goettel – Stormwater Education and Outreach by a Nonprofit / Michael Brown – Illinois Rural Stream Stabilization and Enhancement / Don Rosenboom – Alternative and Costs of Reducing Agricultural Nutrient Losses to Surface Water / Dennis McKenna – Advancements in Agricultural Technology Associated with Precision Farming / Doug Thompson – Alternative Land Uses: Emerging Ecosystem Service Markets / Keith Oswald – Large River Ecosystem Restoration and Monitoring: How the Past Paves the Way for the Future on the Upper Mississippi River System / Marvin Hubbell – Farming for Ecosystem Services: Research and Policy to Make it Happen / Scott Swinton – Using Social Information to Guide Outreach Activities in the LaMoine River Watershed / Linda Prokopy – Stormwater Utilities: A Source of Funding for Stormwater Management Issues / Mike Hall – How to Protect Shorelines on $25 or Less a Day / Tom Ryan – Channel Maintenance and Sediment Management on the Illinois Waterway / Nicole Manasco – Sediment Management of the Waterways as an Ecological Resource / Mike Demissie – Sediment Quality and Beneficial Use Options / John Marlin – Community and Environmental Benefits of Parks and Recreation / Laura Payne – Greenways and Trails Planning: People, Pathways, and Profits / George Bellovics – Lake Decatur Sustainability – Economics, Environment, and Quality of Life / Keith Alexander – Water Level Fluctuation in the Illinois River and Effects in Floodplain Management and Wetlands / Rip Sparks – Illinois’ Lake Michigan Diversification Management: Have we Fulfilled Out Great Lakes Memorandum of Understanding Commitments / Dan Injerd – Emiquon: A Fish Biologist’s Input / Rob Hilsabeck – Habitat Restoration: NRCS Perspectives / David Hiatt – Waterbird and Wetland Monitoring at Emiquon Preserve / Josh Stafford – Habitat Restoration at Emiquon: A Partner’s Perspective / Troy Hythecker – Middle Mississippi River Regional Corridor: Lessons Learned from a Collaborative Planning Study / Brian Johnson – Implementing Community Development Strategies and a Vision for Economic Growth / Mayor Robert Eschbach, Reed Wilson – Water and Sediment Monitoring in the Illinois River Basin / Timothy Straub – Sediment Movement in the Illinois River Basin / Mike Demissie – Channel Stability and Ecosystem Restoration and Assessments / Laura Keefer
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/110037
Date Available in IDEALS:2021-06-03
Has Version(s):https://web.archive.org/web/20210604154203/http://ilrdss.isws.illinois.edu/pubs/govconf2009/


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