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Main Title Intensive Survey of Streams in the Mississippi South Basin, Summer 1999: Data Summary.
Author Shasteen, S. P. ; Matson, M. R. ; King, M. M. ; Levesque, J. M. ; Minton, G. L. ;
CORP Author Illinois State Environmental Protection Agency, Springfield. Bureau of Water.
Publisher Feb 2003
Year Published 2003
Report Number IEPA/BOW/02-022;
Stock Number PB2004-105010
Additional Subjects River basins ; Water pollution sources ; Environmental surveys ; Aquatic animals ; Benthos ; Water quality ; Aquatic habitats ; Tables(Data) ; Land use ; Streams ; Sampling ; Toxic substances ;
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NTIS  PB2004-105010 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 08/31/2004
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Abstract
In 1999 the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) cooperatively conducted an intensive survey of the Mississippi South Basin. Stream conditions were evaluated by collection of water chemistry, sediment chemistry, instream habitat, macroinvertebrate community and fish community samples. Objectives of the Mississippi South Basin Survey were to: (1) Determine aquatic life use support attainment in the Mississippi South Basin and sources and factors causing or contributing to use impairment for reporting under section 305(b) of the Clean Water Act; (2) Document ambient water quality conditions and specific constituents contributing to water quality degradation; (3) Evaluate biotic integrity of the basin using fish community data and assign Biological Stream Characterization (BSC) ratings to stream segments assessed; (4) Determine biotic potential for each stream segment through assessment of available aquatic habitat; and (5) Determine the status of toxic substances in the basin by examination of surface water, sediment chemistry, and fish tissue samples.