||Reservoir ecosystems and western coal development in the upper Missouri River /
Nelson, William R. ;
Martin, Dan B. ;
Beckman, Lance G. ;
Zimmer, David W. ;
Highland., Douglas J. ;
||Fish and Wildlife Service, Pierre, S.D. North Central Reservoir Investigations.;Environmental Protection Agency, Denver, Colo. Region VIII.
|| [publisher not identified],
||EPA 908-4-78-006; WELUT-78/07
Coal mines and mining--Environmental aspects--Montana--Fort Peck Lake. ;
Coal mines and mining--Environmental aspects--North Dakota--Sakakawea, Lake. ;
Reservoir ecology--Montana--Fort Peck Lake. ;
Reservoir ecology--North Dakota--Sakakawea, Lake. ;
North Dakota--Lake Sakakawea.
Coal mining ;
Water pollution ;
Fort Peck Reservoir ;
Lake Sakakawea ;
Dissolved gases ;
Inorganic sulfates ;
Silicon dioxide ;
North Dakota ;
Baseline measurements ;
||Region 8 Technical Library/Denver,CO
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||vii, 89 leaves : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
The North Central Reservoir Investigations (NCRI) group reviewed pertinent literature and conducted a one-year reconnaissance level aquatic study of potential energy impact areas of Fort Peck Reservoir in Montana and Lake Sakakawea in North Dakota. Effects of energy development on the ecological conditions in the area can be projected from this ecological overview. Evaluated in this study were limnology, water chemistry and fisheries of the two Missouri River impoundments.
"EPA 908-4-78-006." "June 1977." Cover title. "Contract no.: EPA - IAG-D6-F079." "WELUT-78/07." Includes bibliographical references.