Reports

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Title Author Publication Date Publishersort descending Location Keywords Source
Population Change by County between Censuses US Census Bureau 2000
Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Natural Resources Conservation Service 2009
Citizen Monitoring Program website MPCA 2008
Introduction: Managing Rivers with Broad Historical Changes and Human Impacts James, L. Allan
Report on oil spills affecting the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers, winter 1962-1963 Robert A Taft Sanitary Engineering Center 1963
Cincinnati
National Tapwater Database
Assessing and listing impaired waters Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 2008
North American Amphibian Monitoring Porgram United States Geological Survey 2008
Identification of Sediment Sources in an Agricultural Watershed Report ot the Legislative Commission on Minnesota's Resources Schottler , S.P 2002
St. Paul , MN
Minnesota Agricultural Statistics US Department of Agriculture-National Agricultural Statistics Service 2009
Environmental Statistical Group- Hydrologic Unit Project website Montana State University 2008
Map of Minnesota Population Changes 1990-2000 Minnesota Planning 2000
Diatom Assemblage Structure as an Indicator of Stream habitat Condition in the Minnesota River Watershed A Richards, C 1994
Minnesota River Timeline Water Resources Center, Minnesota State University Mankato 2003
Secchi Transparency Trends website MPCA 2008
Drinking Water Protection
Northern Leopard Frog Website Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 2009
Project River Bend: Six county Minnesota River Management Plan (Le Sueur, Nicollet, Brown, Renville, Redwood, Blue Earth) Lutzi, Phil R Jun-1981
Management Plan, Minnesota River Valley History, Zoning and Cooperative Recreation Management
Straight Pipe Septic Monitoring Project Kuehner , Kevin 2006
Agricultural Census US Census of Agriculture 2007

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