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Main Title Applicability of the Interceptor Waterway Concept to the Rookery Bay Area.
Author Heal, Eric J. ; Tab, Durbin C. ;
CORP Author Conservation Foundation, Washington, D.C.
Year Published 1973
Report Number OWRR-C-4022(9004) ;OWRR-C-1817(3170); 02205,; C-4022(9004)(1)
Stock Number PB-226 115
Additional Subjects Rookery Bay ; Land use ; Regional planning ; Swamps ; Conservation ; Estuaries ; Florida ; Inland water ways ; Urbanization ; Surface water runoff ; Nutrients ; Salt marshes ; Collier County(Florida) ; Rookery Bay Sanctuary
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NTIS  PB-226 115 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
The possibilities of stringent land use controls in the wetland regions surrounding the Rookery Bay Sanctuary probably reduce the necessity for, and the applicability of, an Interceptor Waterway as a water management tool. However, the Waterway, intelligently located, can still perform a useful function as a spreader and redistributor of upland runoff into seaward marshes. The geographic area between Naples Bay and McIlvane Bay, west of U.S. 41, is discussed as a water management unit, and possible locations of interceptor waterways are suggested. Consideration is given to the possible environmental impact of nutrient-rich runoff waters on marsh areas if urban development and agricultural interests choose to rely heavily on marshes as biological filters.