Browse Critical Trends Assessment Program Regional Watershed Assessments by Author "Krohe, James Jr."

  • 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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  • Krohe, James Jr. (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 2001)
    The Kaskaskia is the second longest river in inland Illinois. Measured by almost any standard -- ecological, recreational, economical -- it is the crucial natural resource for a great swathe of mid-Illinois. The river ...

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  • Krohe, James Jr. (Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources, 1999)
    Beginning in 1838, officials in the then-territory of Wisconsin asserted that the watershed of the Pecatonica River and the Sugar River, its main tributary, and the rest of Illinois’ northernmost 14 counties belonged ...

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