Reports

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Title Author Publication Date Publishersort descending Location Keywords Source
The proposed lower Minnesota River improvement project Fischer, Robert L 1964
Farm Subsidy Database-Environmental Working Group
Henderson : Then and Now; 185201994
Identification of Sediment Sources in an Agricultural Watershed Report ot the Legislative Commission on Minnesota's Resources Schottler , S.P 2002
St. Paul , MN
Minnnesota Statistics National Agricultural Statistics Service 2005
Environmental Statistical Group- Hydrologic Unit Project website Montana State University 2008
Map of Minnesota Population Changes 1990-2000 Minnesota Planning 2000
Minnesota River Basin: General Phosphorus Permit-Phase 1 MPCA Website 2007
Ambient Toxicity Assessments in the Minnesota River Basin C. Arthur, J.W. 1993
Groundwater and Your Health website Minnesota Department of Health 2009
Research News about Deformed Frogs in Minnesota Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 2009
Watershed management: a historical survey of precipitation and flow in the Redwood River watershed Goodrich , Douglas Allen 2004
America's Most Endangered Rivers- 2008 Edition American Rivers 2008
Streamkeeper's Field Guide-Watershed Inventory and Stream Monitoring Methods Murdoch, Tome 1991
Minnesota Land Economics website University of Minnesota Department of Applied Economics 2008
Water quality monitoring program Carver County Land and Water Services 2009
Progress Report: Decades of Effort Show Improvement in Minnesota River Water Quality Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 2007
Climate Change Minnesota Climatology Working Group 2009
A review and analysis of watershed management in the Minnesota River Basin Bigalke, Kevin D 2004
Assessment of Impact of Organic Pollutants on Fish in the Minnesota River Watershed by Hepatic Aminopyrine N-Demthylase Activity Mercurio, S.D 1994

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