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    • Habitat Suitability Criteria for Assessment of Instream Flow Needs for Fish 

      Crance, Johnie H. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Natural Resources, 1989-05)
      In the western portion of the United States, competition for stream water has often been fierce. Water resource management agencies in the southeastern United States, where water has been relatively abundant, are now ...
    • Halfway home: three years’ of monitoring and assessment results in the Lake Allatoona/Upper Etowah River Watershed 

      Morrissey, Charles; Stribling, James B.; Millard, Christopher; Davie, Steven R.; Shelton, Steve (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWarnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, The University of Georgia, 2009-04)
      The long-term environmental monitoring program for the Lake Allatoona/Upper Etowah River Watershed (LAUE) is probability-based and rotating basins, with sites randomly selected and stratified within nested 12- and ...
    • Harmful Algal Blooms and Toxin Production in Georgia Ponds 

      Haynie, Rebecca; Morgan, Jamie; Bartelme, Brad; Willis, Ben; Rodgers, John H., Jr.; Jones, Lee; Wilde, Susan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-04)
      Cyanobacterial toxins have been implicated in fish, wildlife, livestock and human mortality events. Cyanobacteria blooms, which often produce toxins, are exacerbated by hot, dry weather. The majority of Georgia, with the ...
    • Harmonizing Dam Rehabilitation with Floodplain Management 

      Hudock, Gregg W.; Fleming, Sam (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-03)
      The Yellow River Watershed Structure No. 15 (Y-15) is a project that has been ongoing for Gwinnett County since the year 1999 with sometimes insurmountable political, technical, and financial hurdles. Residents did not ...
    • Hazard Mitigation Activities Involving Dams 

      Woosley, Tom (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, 1997-03)
      In July 1994, Tropical Storm Alberto came ashore in Georgia dumping large amounts of rain and creating flooding situations over a large portion of the state. Thirty-one people lost their lives, hundreds of dams failed, ...
    • HAZUS-MH: Looking at the Probabilistic Effects of Hurricanes over the Georgia Coast in the Changing Climate and Remedial Suggestions 

      Panda, Sudhanshu S.; Rumiser, Brandon (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-04)
      Due to Global Warming & Climate Change, in recent times, Coastal United States is experiencing increased landfall of hurricanes. HAZUS-MH is a regional multi-hazard loss estimation model that was developed by FEMA and the ...
    • Heavy Metal Loading to Lake Lanier from Point Sources of Pollution and Urban Runoff 

      Brouckaert, Barbara; Amirtharajah, Appiah; Zhu, Guangxuan; York, M. Timmerly (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, 1997-03)
      An investigation into sources of heavy metal contamination in Lake Sydney Lanier has been carried out as part of the Clean Lakes Program. Previous studies have found evidence of trace metal contamination in the water column ...
    • HEC-RAS Dam Break Modeling of Gwinnett County’s NRCS Facilities 

      Crampton, Sam (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-03)
      The potential flood risk caused by dam failure is often more severe and can behave very different to that of natural flooding events. The tragedy of dam failure is all too familiar to Georgia with the failure of the Kelly ...
    • Herbicide Movement in Conventional and Reduced Tillage Soils 

      Radcliffe, David E.; Jones, R. E.; Banks, P. A. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Natural Resources, 1989-05)
      Reduced tillage systems, in which the previous crop's residue is left at the soil surface at planting, are becoming increasingly popular. The USDA Office of Planning and Evaluation (1975) has estimated that by 2010, 95% ...
    • Hickory Log Creek Reservoir: a new approach to sustainable water management 

      McMahon, George F.; Fowler, A. Roy (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      The Hickory Log Creek (HLC) Reservoir is the conceptual prototype of a new type of federalnon- federal partnership – possibly the first of its kind in the U.S. – in the development of new sources of municipal water ...
    • High Density Lagrangian Sampling for Pathogen Source Identification 

      Rosenquist, Shawn E.; Moak, Jason; Flite, Oscar P. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-04)
      In compliance to the Clean Water Act, each US state compiles a list of water bodies not meeting regulatory criteria. The most common impairment in US water bodies is elevated pathogens measured by fecal indicator bacteria ...
    • High School Student Involvement in National Park Service Aquatic Resources Management 

      Zubricki, Brendhan D. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyCarl Vinson Institute of Government, 1995-04)
      The national park system contains many small units which were originally created for reasons other than outstanding water resources. One such unit, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park (ICE.M0) receives only minimum ...
    • High-yielding Wells in Metamorphic Rocks: Influencing Factors 

      Chapman, Melinda J.; Crawford, Thomas J. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Natural Resources, 1991)
      In December 1988, a hydrogeologic investigation was conducted at a 225-acre area in the Piedmont province near Atlanta, Georgia (Figure 1). The purpose of the investigation was to evaluate a method for selecting high-yield ...
    • Highlights and Insights: Pollution Prevention in Mid-Sized Firms 

      Foley, Carol; Huff, Claudia; McElvaney, Leigh; Elliott, Michael (Georgia Institute of TechnologyCarl Vinson Institute of Government, 1995-04)
    • Highway corridor non-point source pollution mitigation study, City of Griffin Stormwater Utility Dept., Griffin, Ga 

      Nolan, Courtney (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, 2003-04)
      The City of Griffin identified a project area along Georgia Highway 16 (Taylor Street) for TEA-21 funding. The project falls under the category of Transportation Aesthetics Project, specifically, Mitigation of Water ...
    • Historical droughts in Georgia and drought assessment and management 

      Stooksbury, David Emory (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, 2003-04)
      The understanding and use of past climate information is key to proper drought mitigation and water management planning. Since 1960, Georgia’s population has increased from near 4 million inhabitants to over 8 million ...
    • The Historical Rome, Georgia Rainfall Series 

      Erhardt, Robert D., Jr. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Natural Resources, 1989-05)
      The Rome, Georgia meteorological record is among the oldest continuous series in the Southeastern United States. Commencing in 1855, it is today the nation's longest voluntary climatic record maintained within one ...
    • Home rule as a mechanism for explaining state preemption of local CAFO regulations 

      Centner, Terence J.; Colson, Greg; Alcorn, Jessica (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-04)
      Recently, regulation of concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) by local governments has been complicated by conflicting state Supreme Court. In Idaho Dairymen’s Association v. Gooding County, the Supreme Court of ...
    • Housing Prices and Lake Elevation on Lake Keowee 

      Carey, Robert T. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-04)
      Lake Keowee, a Duke Energy lake located in Oconee and Pickens Counties in South Carolina, in addition to its role in supplying water to the Keowee- Toxaway nuclear energy plant, is used by area residents and tourists for ...
    • How Do Precipitation and Irrigated Ratio Interactively Impact Corn Yield? 

      Cai, Ruohong; Bergstrom, John C.; Mullen, Jeffrey D.; Shurley, Don; Wetzstein, Michael (Georgia Institute of TechnologyWarnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, The University of Georgia, 2011-04)
      In this research, an econometric model has been constructed and estimated to study the relationship between precipitation, irrigated ratio and crop yield. The model was based on the weather and yield data in the southwest ...