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Title:2011 Governor's Conference on the Management of the Illinois River
Subject(s):Illinois river
water management
Geographic Coverage:Illinois
Issue Date:2011-10-04
Series/Report:Governor's Conference on the Management of the Illinois River
Genre:Conference Proceeding (whole)
Table of Contents:Welcome and Opening Remarks / William P. White – River Management: Coming to Terms with a Changing Environment / Robert M. Hirsch – Implications of the Great Lakes Geologic Mapping Coalition for the Management of the Illinois River System / Richard C. Berg – Water: the Key to Restorative Design / James Patchett – Building a New Financial Eco-system: A Framework to Accomplish Under-Funded Goals & Solve Complex Problems / Rev. Tony E. Pierce – Overview of Inland Waterways Transportation Issues / Paul Rohde – Inland Waterways Infrastructure Projects: What, Where and When / Mike Cox – Trends in Grain Movement on the Illinois Waterway – Navigation Channel Safety and Marine Security / Alan Guedesse – The Waterfowl Tradition in the Historic Illinois River Valley / Stephen Havera – Historical and Contemporary Characteristics of Illinois River Valley Wetlands / Arron Yetter – Illinois River Floodplain Forests: Past, Present, and Future / Lyle Guyon – A 14,000-Year Midwestern Record of Climate from Riparian Oaks / Richard Guyette – Past Climate Change in Illinois / Jim Angel – Climate Change Vulnerability of Species in Greatest Need of Conservation: Implications for Aquatic Life in Illinois / Jeffrey Walk – Waubonsie Creek Fish Passage: Oswegoland Park District Perspective / Grant Casleton – Illinois River Total Maximum Daily Loads (Peoria Area): Focusing on Implementation in a Local, State and Federal Partnership / Jennifer Clarke, Chris Urban – Illinois Flood Risk Management Team / Hank DeHaan – The Long-Term Illinois River Fish Population Monitoring Program, 1957-2010 / Michael McClelland – Captive Propagation as a Tool for Restoring Illinois River Mussel Diversity / Tharran Hobson – Challenges of Nonnative Fishes in the Illinois River / Kevin Irons – History of Changes in the Illinois River System and Implications for Current Management / William White – Envisioning a Chicago-Area Waterways System for the 21st Century- a Separation Study / Scott Stuewe – Historical Overview of the Development of Illinois Water Law in the Illinois River Basin / Gary Clark – Upper Peoria Lakes Wetland and Water Quality Project / Eric Schenck – On-Farm Network / Rosalind Leeck – Targeted Implementation and Evaluation of Constructed Wetlands to Reduce Agricultural Nutrient Exports and Improve Drinking Water Quality in Subwatersheds of the Mackinaw River, Illinois / Maria Lemke – Lake Decatur Watershed- 15 Years: Nitrates and Trends / Laura Keefer – Illinois River Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program: Sediment and Nutrient Delivery Assessment / Misganaw Demissie – Distribution and Sources of Nutrients in the Illinois River Basin in Comparison to Other Areas of the Upper Mississippi River Basin / Dale Roberson – Navigating Diverse Perceptions of the Environment Among Watershed Stakeholders / Courtney Flint, Lama BouFajreldin / Social Indicators for Nonpoint Source Management / Ken Genskow – Integrating Science into Water Supply Planning / Cassandra McKinney – The Illinois Urban Manual Update Process / Jim Nelson – Illinois’ Approach to Stormwater and Green Infrastructure / Christine Davis – Sustainable Stormwater Green Infrastructure Practices in the Illinois River Headwaters / Patricia Werner – Illinois Benchmark Sediment Monitoring Program: 30 Years / Laura Keefer – Draft National Guidelines for Assessing Sediment-Related Effects of Dam Removal: Illinois’ Role / Timothy Straub – How Do Human Impacts and Geomorphological responses Vary with Spatial Scale in the Streams and Rivers of the Illinois Basin? / Bruce Rhoads
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