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The purpose of this document is to set forth the Long Range policies and objectives of the Teton Conservation District. Obtaining and compiling public comment and opinion is an integral part of the...
Water Quality Monitoring & Watershed Management
Water quality monitoring efforts continued into their 8th year on Fish and Flat Creek at 16 monitoring stations. The three major ...
Water Quality Monitoring and Watershed Assessment
The District Water Resources Specialist position will perform field, office, and facilitation work for this effort. Flat Creek and Fish Creek monit...
This project is a reconnaissance level study of the groundwater contamination problems on the west side of the Snake River in Teton County.
The study as proposed would determi...
Watershed Name: Teton
USGS Cataloging Unit: 17040204
Environmental Websites Involving this Watershed
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Seventeen agencies and organizations have signed a cooperative agreement to work together toward project goals. This document contains the complete text of the Memorandum of Understanding which was...
The 1972 amendments of the Clean Water Act, direct the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) "to restore and maintain the physical, chemical, and biological integrity of the national's water." Near...
Atmospheric deposition is the primary cause of acidification in lakes and streams in the United States. Mountainous watersheds tend to have a low buffering capacity for nitrogen-based acidifying co...
INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
In the spring of 1997 Mr. Barry Reiswig, manager of the National Elk Refuge, made the decision to prepare a Riparian Survey of Flat Creek. Resource specialists, the aut...
The hydrologic regime of the modern Snake River is substantially different from the estimated natural flow regime and from the regulated flow regime that existed prior to 1957, based on analysis of...
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