Staff Publications and Presentations - Illinois State Water Survey

 
This is a collection of works authored by ISWS staff during their employment at ISWS but which are not part of a formal ISWS in-house publication series. This may include conference presentations, journal article manuscripts (as allowed by publishers), and reports to outside agencies and organizations (as allowed by contract).

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  • White, William P.; Beardsley, John; Tomkins, Scott (North Carolina State University, Water Quality Group, 2010-04)
    The Waukegan River watershed NMP project focused on stream naturalization through bank stabilization and aquatic habitat enhancement. Biological and habitat monitoring was conducted over a 12-year period before and ...

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  • Ando, Amy; Hanson, Anne-Marie; Kocs, Elizabeth; Klein-Banai, Cynthia; Massey, Dean; Rigsbee, Carolee; Sharma, Ashish; Donald, Wuebbles; Moira, Zellner; Lei, Zhao (Center for Urban Resiliency and Environmental Sustainability (CURES), 2020-12)
    The Center for Urban Resilience and Environmental Sustainability (CURES) at the University of Illinois organized the one-and-a-half-day “CURES Connections Workshop: New Voices and Paths to Urban Sustainability” on August ...

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  • Gatz, Donald F.; Changnon, Stanley A., Jr. (Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne IL, 1976-11)
    Climate was the most important factor in producing the Great Lakes we have today. Through glacial action during the Pleistocene Epoch, the surface topography, shape, and depth of Lake Michigan were determined. Today the ...

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  • Helfrich, John A.; St. Aubin, Jessica J. (1986-09)
    Modern agricultural practices continue to rely heavily on the use of herbicides and insecticides to maintain or increase crop yields. Past pesticide usage, especially of organochlorine compounds such as DDT, aldrin, ...

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  • Miller, John M.; Stensland, Gary J.; Semonin, Richard G. (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Environmental Research Laboratories, 1984-11)
    During the Hawaii Mesoscale Energy and Climate Project (HAMEC), a program of precipitation chemistry measurements was conducted using daily and sequential collection techniques. Determination of pH and conductivity were ...

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