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397912 - Innovative Technologies to Monitor Nutrient and Sediment Dynamics in Agricultural and Restored Streams

Tuesday, June 5
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Lakeshore C

Streamflow, nutrient, and sediment data are needed to establish baseline information for water-resource managers to evaluate historical and current conditions, and plan management alternatives. The U.S. Geological Survey is utilizing innovative technologies to monitor nutrient and sediment dynamics in agricultural and restored streams. This paper will present case study results from a monitoring effort on Kickapoo Creek in Bloomington, Illinois. The study area includes both agricultural and restored reaches of stream to provide a variety of conditions. The monitoring effort included a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency National Nonpoint Source Pollution monitoring project using funds under Section 319 of the Clean Water Act, which were distributed through the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.

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