Browse Critical Trends Assessment Program Regional Watershed Assessments by Issue Date

  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1996-11)
    As-part of Phase II of the Critical Trends Assessment Project (CTAP), a regional assessment of the status of natural resources is planned for each model Resource Rich Area (RRA) and for RRAs where a local partnership forms ...

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  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1997)
    The Mackinaw River begins near Sibley in Ford County and runs west to meet the Illinois River south of Pekin, Illinois. The boundaries of the Mackinaw River Area Assessment, as well as the Mackinaw River Ecosystem Partnership ...

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  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Office of Scientific Research and Analysis (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1997)
    The Headwaters assessment area (HAA) is an approximately 1,675 mile2 (I ,072,202 acre) area including much ofChampaign County and portions ofFord, Livingston, McLean, Iroquois, Vermilion, Douglas, Piatt, and De Witt counties ...

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  • (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1997)
    This is a product of the Critical Trends Assessment Program (CTAP) and the Ecosystems Program of the Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources (DNR). Both are funded largely through Conservation 2000, a six-year State of Illinois ...

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  • Krohe, James, Jr. (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1997)
    Northwest of the town of Grafton, just past Graham Hollow on the Great River Road, 26 miles and about a century from downtown St. Louis, the Brussels ferry shuttles drivers and their cars across the Illinois River to and ...

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  • Post, Susan L. (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1997)
    The Mackinaw River originates in Ford County near Sibley and flows in a westerly direction before joining the Illinois River at River Mile 147.7, downstream of Pekin. The boundaries of the Mackinaw River Area Assessment ...

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  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Office of Scientific Research and Analysis (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1997)
    The Cache River originates near Cobden in Union County and has a total length of 176 kilometers (110 miles). The Cache River Basin covers nearly the entire tip ofsouthern Illinois and drains 1,537 km2 (959 rni2, 614,100 ...

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  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Office of Scientific Research and Analysis (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1997)
    The Embarras River begins just south of Champaign-Urbana in Champaign County and runs south for approximately 194 miles before it empties into the Wabash River below . Billett, in Lawrence County. The area discussed in ...

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  • (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1997)
    Just as the Grand Prairie -- Illinois' namesake landscape -- was the heart of the continent's "Prairie Peninsula," so the Headwaters area of east central Illinois is the heart of the Grand Prairie. It is one of the ...

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  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Office of Scientific Research and Analysis; Illinois Department of Natural Resources. State Geological Survey Division (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1998)
    The Upper Des Plaines Area Assessment covers an area of approximately 346 mile2 (221,637 acres) spanning central Lake County, north-central Cook County, and the northeastern portion of Du Page County. The Des Plaines River ...

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  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Office of Scientific Research and Analysis (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1998)
    The Kankakee River Area Assessment covers an area ofapproximately 2,019 mile2 (1,292,230 acres) spanning parts offive counties in eastern Illinois, including most of Kankakee and Iroquois counties and parts ofWill, Ford, ...

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  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Office of Scientific Research and Analysis (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1998)
    The Fox River assessment covers an area ofapproximately 1,720 mile (1,092,874 acres)· spanning eleven counties in north-eastern Illinois, including parts ofLake, McHenry, Kane, Cook, Kendall, DeKalb, and LaSalle counties, ...

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  • (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1998)
    The Lower Rock River Area Assessment continues the assessment ofthe Rock River basin that was begun with the Rock River Area Assessment in 1996. The area encompasses approximately 2,500 square miles in northwestern Illinois; ...

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  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Office of Scientific Research and Analysis; Illinois Department of Natural Resources. State Geological Survey Division (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1998)
    The Big Rivers assessment covers an area of 1,133,176 acres near the confluence of the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers. As well as including segments of the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers, the area also includes a section ...

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  • (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1998)
    The Driftless Area Assessment covers an area ofapproximately 632,685 acres in the extreme northwestern part ofthe Dlinois. It encompasses nearly all ofJoe Daviess County, the western half and north-eastern quarter ofCarroll ...

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  • (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1998)
    The Sinkhole Plain Area Assessment covers an area of about 1,228 miles2 (785,822 acres) in southwestern Illinois bordering the Mississippi River. It includes all of Monroe, much of St. Clair, and portions of Randolph and ...

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  • (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1998)
    The Sugar-Pecatonica Area Assessment encompasses approximately 796.3 square miles (509,675 acres) in north central Illinois along the Wisconsin/Illinois border. The area includes virtually all of Stephenson County, the ...

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  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Office of Scientific Research and Analysis (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1998)
    describes the natural vegetation communities and the fauna ofthe region. Volume 4 contains three parts: Part I, Socio-Economic Profile, discusses the demographics, infrastructure, and economy ofthe area, focusing on the ...

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  • (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1998)
    The East Fork of the Spoon River rises to the north of Neposet in Bureau County and the West Fork rises to the east of Kewanee in Henry County. The forks join near the center of Stark County to form the main channel. The ...

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  • Illinois Department of Natural Resources (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1998)
    The Illinois River Bluffs Area Assessment examines an area in west-central Illinois that includes parts of the upper and lower Illinois River watersheds from the vicinity of Hennepin southward to East Peoria. Because ...

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