Reports

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Title Author Publication Date Publishersort ascending Location Keywords Source
The Average Farmer National Association for Wheat Growers 2008
Survey Cruise Records Second-Largest "Dead Zone" in Gulf of Mexico Since Measurements Began in 1985 NOAA 2008
Nonpoint Source Pollution Potential Model of the Minnesota River Basin Watershed MRAP Level I-Land Use Peterson, Charles V 1993
Minnesotans and their Mississippi River: a citizen's review of Minnesota's Mississippi River envrionments Replinger, Jean Sanford 1974
Northern Tallgrass Prairie NWR Website US Fish and Wildlife Service 2009
About Mercury Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Nature Snapshots Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 2009
2000-2001 Pesticide Market Estimates USEPA
Snelling State Park Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 2009
Minnesota River Flood Risk management Project US Corps of Engineers 2009
Granite Falls , MN
Protecting America's Wetlands: A Fair, Flexible, and Effective Approach White House Office on Envrionmental Policy 1993
Washington , DC
Generic Environmental Impact Statement (GEIS) on Animal Agriculture: A Summary of the Literature Related to Land Use University of Minnesota and Environmental Quality Board 1999
Agriculture, Animal, Land Use
Dead Zone Website Science Museum of Minnesota
Minnesota Statistics National Agricultural Statistic Service 2005
Roundup Wikipedia 2009
Mankato flood, 1951 1951
Flandrau State Park Minnesota Department of Natural Resources 2009
Minnesota River Timeline Water Resources Center, Minnesota State University Mankato 2003
Magnitude and Problems of Nonpoint Pollution from Urban and Urbanizing Areas Obertus , Gary L. 1985
St. Paul , MN
Literature Summary for the Generic Environmental Impact of Statement (GEIS) on Animal Agriculture: A Summary of the Literature Related to the Effects of Animal Agriculture on Water Resources University of Minnesota and Environmental Quality Board 1999

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