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RECORD NUMBER: 18 OF 92
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Environmental impact of land use on water quality : Black Creek Project, Allen County, Indiana /|
|Author||Lake, James E. ; Morrison., James|
|CORP Author||Allen County Soil and Water Conservation District, Fort Wayne, Ind.;Environmental Protection Agency, Chicago, Ill. Region V.|
|Stock Number||PB 258609|
|Subjects||Water quality--Indiana--Black Creek watershed ; Land use--Indiana--Black Creek watershed|
|Additional Subjects||Water quality ; Sediments ; Erosion control ; Black Creek ; Land use ; Rainfall ; Agricultural wastes ; Cultivation ; Drainage ; Conservation ; Indiana ; Slopes ; Maumee River Basin ; Banks(Waterways) ; Monitoring ; Fishes ; Mulches ; Lake Erie ; Social effect ; Management ; Allen County(Indiana) ; Water quality data ; Nonpoint source pollution|
|Collation||8 p. ; 28 cm.|
The Black Creek sediment control study, is an Environmental Protection Agency-funded project to determine the environmental impact of land use on water quality. The project is an attempt to determine the role that agricultural pollutants play in the degradation of water quality in the Maumee River Basin and ultimately in Lake Erie and is described in this report.
"... under U.S. EPA Grant No. G005103 to Allen County Soil & Water Conservation District, U.S. Department of Agriculture, SCS, ARS, Purdue University."
"This is a progress report on the Black Creek sediment control project.This project is to determine the environmental impact of land use on water quality and has completed its third year of watershed activity.The project, which is directed by the Allen County Soil and Water Conservation District, is an attempt to determine the role that agricultural pollutants play in the degradation of water quality in the Maumee River Basin and ultimately in Lake Erie."