Browse Mud to Parks Articles, Posters, and Videos by Title

  • Marlin, John C. (s.l. ; DMG World Media, 2004-02)
    Hundreds of backwater lakes and side channels along the Illinois River have lost much of their usefulness as habitat for fish, waterfowl, and other flora and fauna due to accumulated sediment. Removal of a significant ...

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  • Marlin, John C.; Darmody, Robert G. (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2015-03)
    The "Mud to Parks" Project highlights a rare opportunity to simultaneously generate environmental, recreational, and economic benefits in two distinct areas of the state of Illinois. This poster details the background of ...

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  • (Champaign, IL : Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, 2020-05)
    Illinois Rivers 2020 to revive the Illinois River. It was a cooperative effort of the ISTC, the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, and other state agencies. Illinois Department of Natural Resources, the Illinois ...

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  • Marlin, John (2004)
    Mud to Parks Videos - These video clips show the handling of sediment from the Illinois River's Peoria Lake where it was excavated and loaded into barges to the unloading in Chicago and placement on the site. The clips ...

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  • Marlin, John (2013-10-10)
    John Marlin - Research Affiliate at the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, a division of the Prairie Research Institute at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Abstract: The beneficial reuse of sediment ...

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  • Marlin, John C.; Darmody, Robert G. (College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; the Nature of Illinois Foundation; the Illinois Stewardship Advisory Committee., 2005-04)
    The "Mud to Parks" Project highlights a rare opportunity to simultaneously generate environmental, recreational, and economic benefits in two distinct areas of the state of Illinois. This article details the background of ...

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  • Illinois State Water Survey (2018-01-19)

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  • Iverson, Bob (Springfield, IL : Illinois Stewardship Committee, 2005)
    If successful, a dredging project could have huge benefits for people who enjoy the outdoors. It may now be possible to take the material that has been killing the Illinois River and use it to breathe new life into waterways ...

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