Reports

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Title Author Publication Date Publishersort descending Location Keywords Source
Aerial Photography Methodology MRAP Level IV-Land Use Berg, D 1992
Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program- A Look Back BWSR 2009
Mussels- A Bond Between Childhood and Adulthood for Me Anderson , Kari 2009
Impaired Waters in the Minnesota River Basin Minnesota State University, Mankato Water Resouces Center 2008
Stone Lake State Park Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 2009
Reinvest in Minnesota Reserve Program (RIM) Board of Water and Soil Resources 2009
Bacteria: Sources, Types, Impact on Water Quality- A General Overview Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 2008
St. Paul , MN
Minnesota's Impaired Waters and TMDLs Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 2008
Progress on a Long Voyage: Decades of Improvement in Minnesota River Water Quality Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 2007
St. Paul , MN
Chronology of late-Wisconsinan glaciation in middle North America: Quaternary Science Reviews Clayton , L 1982
Report to the Legislative Interim Commission to Study the Upper Mississippi Reservoirs Minnesota Legislature, Leislative Interim Commission to Study the Upper Mississippi Reservoirs 1959
The urban environmnet: Minneapolis-St. Paul indicators Environmental Protection Agency 2003
Constitutional Amendment: The Clean Water, Land, and Legacy Amendment Legislative Coordinating Commission Geographic Information Services 2008
GSA Bulletin Whiting , PJ 2005
Minnesota River CREP Easement Summary by County BWSR 2009
Wetland Water Quality Functions: Literature Review and considerations for Wetland Restoration/Creation in the Minnesota River Basin C. Cain, B.J. 1994
Mankato flood, 1951 1951
Catena Collins, A.L 1997
Small Community Wastewater Needs in Minnesota MPCA 2008
Water Year Data Summary 2007 Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 2009

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