Reports

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Title Author Publication Date Publishersort descending Location Keywords Source
Minnesota Water Trails Program website Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 2009
Secchi Transparency Trends website MPCA 2008
Assessing and listing impaired waters Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 2008
North American Amphibian Monitoring Porgram United States Geological Survey 2008
Nonpoint Source Pollution Potential Model of the Minnesota River Basin Watershed MRAP Level I-Land Use Peterson, Charles V 1993
Bacteria: Sources, Types, Impact on Water Quality- A General Overview Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 2008
St. Paul , MN
Minnesota Agricultural Statistics US Department of Agriculture-National Agricultural Statistics Service 2009
Mankato flood, 1951 1951
Catena Collins, A.L 1997
Crop Residue Management Natural Resources Conservation Service 2009
Snelling State Park Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 2009
Climate change and the Minnesota State Climatology Office: Observing the climate Zandlo, J 2008
Lac qui Parle, Lincoln and Yellow Medicine population numbers from 1990 to 2000 U.S. Census Bureau 2009
State of Lakes: Minnesota is known as the State of 10,000 Lakes and the Land of Sky-Blue Waters. But who's looking after our trademark waters? MDNR 2003
Northern Leopard Frog Website Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 2009
Agricultural Census US Census of Agriculture 2007
Report of exploration of the glacial Lake Agassiz in Manitoba Upham, W 1890 Geological Survey of Canada
The Mississippi, river of song the grassroots of American music DiFranco, Ani 1999 AcronMedia
Bethesda , MD
Mississippi River, Music, Songs
The Last Great Flood: Minnesota River Valley 1965 1965 Advertising Unlimited, Inc. and Mankato Graphic Arts
MN
Photographs, Flooding, Minnesota River Valley 1965
Green Corridor Initiative looks to make Minnesota River Valley a tourist destination Tedrick, Scott 2010 Advocate Tribune
Green Corridor Initiative, Hawk Creek Watershed, Minnesota River Valley

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