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Watershed Management in the Federal Government
Watersheds in the United States are very valuable. Their waters support a wide range of purposes, including irrigation, fisheries, industrial operations, recreational pursuits, aquatic habitat, and drinking water. Efficient ...
A DECISION SUPPORT TOOL FOR PREDICTING WATER QUALITY BASED ON LAND COVER
Managers at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune must evaluate the environmental impacts of their proposed development plans. The effect of land cover changes on water quality is an important consideration for these evaluations. ...
Optimizing Nutrient and Timber Management for the Town of Butner, NC
The following report documents the findings of a client-focused group Master’s Project completed at the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University. The project’s purpose is to support the client’s goal to optimize ...
Frack to the Future? Closing Oil- and Gas-Related Fractures in the Law of Water Protection
In a world of increasing concern about foreign oil imports and climate change, natural gas is expected to become an increasingly important part of the United States’ fuel mix. As conventional natural gas sources are depleted, ...