Browse Miscellaneous Publications - Illinois State Water Survey by Title

  • Hillberg Steven D.; Sinclair, Robert A. (Illinois State Water Survey, 1983)
    The Illinois Climate Calendar provides the daily accounts of the following parameters: average maximum (HI) and minimum (LO) temperatures for the date, average heating degree day (HD) and cooling degree day (CD) totals ...

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  • Illinois State Water Survey (Illinois State Water Survey, 1990)
    Irrigation, chemical applications, pest management,and alternative energy development - all these operations rely on accurate and timely climate data. Decision makers in both Illinois agriculture and Illinois business and ...

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  • Nelson, Marcia E. (Illinois State Water Survey, 1982)
    In 1897 the Illinois State Water Survey issued its first publication, entitled Chemical Survey of the Water Supplies of Illinois, Preliminary Report. This report was designated Bulletin 1. In succeeding years the State ...

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  • Talkington, Laurie M. (Illinois State Water Survey, 1991)
    The Illinois River is at a crossroads. All the events in its history, both natural and those accomplished through human intervention, are now poised to change the river in ways that may render it unrecognizable in our own ...

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  • Hendrie, L. Keith; Wendland, Wayne M. (Illinois State Water Survey, 1981)
    The potential resource of solar and wind energy over the area of Illinois is indeed great. The percent of total demand which may be realized from these two "renewable" energy sources depends on the maximum potential, and ...

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  • Illinois State Water Survey (Illinois State Water Survey, 1983)
    The Illinois State Water Survey represents a unique institution in Illinois, both as to its charge and as to its institutional structure within state government. The State of Illinois since 1895 has made, through the ...

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  • Illinois State Water Survey (Illinois State Water Survey, 1989)
    The Illinois State Water Survey, a division of the Department of Energy and Natural Resources, is the primary agency concerned with Illinois water—its quality, its quantity, and how it is used. As a state agency, the Water ...

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  • Illinois State Water Survey (Illinois State Water Survey, 1979)
    In cooperation with the Illinois Department of Transportation, Division of Water Resources(IDOTDWR), the Illinois State Water Survey (ISWS) now provides two important services for local officials, engineers, and planners. ...

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  • Mills, Evan P.; Knapp, H. Vernon (Illinois State Water Survey, 1989)
    Flow of Execution The steps involved in completing one "session" of ILSAM are listed below. A session consists of the one or more "runs" completed between the time you start the model (by typing ILSAM) and the time the ...

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  • Mills, Evan P.; Knapp, H. Vernon (Illinois State Water Survey, 1991-12)
    ILSAM (The Illinois Streamflow Assessment Model) is a water resources management tool that provides statistical information on streamflow quantity, primarily for low and medium flows. ILSAM combines processed data from ...

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  • Singh, Krishan P.; Ramamurthy, Ganapathi S.; Terstriep, Michael L. (Illinois State Water Survey, 1986)
    The United States Geological Survey (USGS) in cooperation with the Division of Water Resources (DWR), Illinois Department of Transportation, initiated an evaluation of the Illinois streamgaging program in 1981. The purpose ...

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  • Petersen, Mary Schoen (Illinois State Water Survey, 1990)
    This study arose from the need for a detailed documentation of the solar radiation (SR) climate of the Midwest region. Because the network of SR measurements for this region is either sparse or lacking in longevity, a ...

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  • Ivens, J. Loreena; Bhowmik, Nani G.; Brigham, Allison R.; Gross, David L. (Illinois State Water Survey, 1981)
    Again and again residents of the Kankakee River Basin in Illinois had voiced concerns about the degrading quality of the river — particularly from sedimentation. By June 1978 it was clear — the myriad problems of the ...

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  • Illinois State Water Survey (Illinois State Water Survey, 1960)

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  • Bhowmik, Nani G.; Bogner, William C.; Fitzpatrick, William P. (Illinois State Water Survey, 1985)
    Erosion and sedimentation are natural processes that can neither be stopped nor eliminated. However, when these processes become excessive they impact many human uses of water. Sedimentation in Illinois lakes and sediment ...

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  • Illinois State Water Survey (Illinois State Water Survey, 1955)
    Monmouth has a temperate continental climate with a wide annual range in temperature. Summers are usually hot and humid with 65 percent of the annual precipitation occurring in the warmer half year (April - September). A ...

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  • Illinois State Water Survey (Illinois State Water Survey, 1955)
    Mt. Vernon has a temperate continental climate, with a wide range of temperature throughout the year. The characteristic Summer is very hot, usually humid with high rainfall variability from year to year. The characteristic ...

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  • Illinois State Water Survey (Illinois State Water Survey, 1955)
    Rockford h u t temperate continental climate with a wide annual range in temper-attire. Sammen are usually hot, and 64 per cent of the annual precipitation occurs in the warmer half-year (April-September). A characteristic ...

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  • Illinois State Water Survey (Illinois State Water Survey, 1972)
    Urbana has a temperate continental climate with characteristics reflecting its geographical position in Illinois. Urbana's climate is representative of the conditions found in East Central Illinois, which is primarily an ...

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  • Bryan, Audrey A.; Wendland, Wayne (Illinois State Water Survey, 1993)
    Springfield has a temperate continental climate dominated by maritime tropical air from the Gulf of Mexico from about May through October, maritime polar air from the Pacific Ocean in spring, fall and winter, with ...

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