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RECORD NUMBER: 11 OF 16
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Illinois River Basin Reservoirs. Report of the Benefits to Water Supply and Pollution Abatement Resulting from Low Flow Augmentation for the Jubilee, London Mills, St. Mary, Mackinaw Dells, Kenney, Oakley and Taylorville Reservoirs.|
|CORP Author||Public Health Service, Chicago, Ill. Div. of Water Supply and Pollution Control.|
|Stock Number||PB-229 290|
|Additional Subjects||Illinois River ; Water supply ; Flow augmentation ; Low flow augmentation|
The Illinois River watershed extends southwesterly across the northern half of Illinois from Chicago to the Mississippi River at Grafton, 38.7 miles above St. Louis, Missouri, northerly to just west of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and easterly to South Bend, Indiana. About 40 percent of the State is drained by the Illinois River. This report covers seven multipurpose reservoirs on tributaries entering the Illinois River between Peoria and a point a few miles below Beardstown.