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Main Title Data-collection methods and data summary for the assessment of water quality in Cedar Creek, west-central Illinois
Author McFarlane, R. D.
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Freeman, W. O.
Schmidt, A. R.
Publisher U.S. Geological Survey,
Year Published 1987
OCLC Number 17526560
Subjects Water quality management--Illinois--Cedar Creek ; Stream measurements--Illinois--Cedar Creek
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http://il.water.usgs.gov/pubsearch/reports.cgi/view?series=OFR&number=87-543&return_url=%2Fpubsearch%2Freports.cgi%2Fseries%3Fseries%3DOFR%3Bpage%3D5%3Bsortby%3Dauthor
http://pubs.er.usgs.gov/usgspubs/ofr/ofr87543
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EJBM  QE75.O65 no.87-543 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 02/28/2007
Collation vi, 177 p. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
Abstract
A water-quality, data-collection network on a 26.2-mile reach of Cedar Creek in west-central Illinois was operated from May through December 1985 and from March through October 1986. The study reach drains a 60.8-square-mile area of predominantly agricultural land. However, the city of Galesburg contributes combined- and storm-sewer discharge to the creek that can affect the water quality. This report presents the streamflow and water-quality data collected and describes the methods and instrumentation used. Continuous discharge data were determined at eight gaging stations--five on the main stem and three on tributaries of Cedar Creek. Flows ranged from 0 to 1,200 cubic feet per second. A total of 8 storm sewers and 51 combined sewers were monitored or inspected as part of the study.
Notes
Chiefly tables. Spine title: Data-collection methods and data summary for Cedar Creek, west-central Illinois. Bibliography: p. 29-30.