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    • Decentralized wastewater treatment – planning, alternatives, management 

      MacGregor, Linda (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      Decentralized on-site wastewater treatment technologies are widely used throughout Georgia today. Whether or not they are part of tomorrow’s solution is widely debated. This paper presents the existing situation and ...
    • Design of an environmental monitoring program for the Lake Allatoona/Upper Etowah River watershed 

      Stribling, James B.; Davie, Steven R. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      The proximity of the Upper Etowah River watershed to such a vast urban and urbanizing area (Atlanta, Georgia) makes proactive watershed management essential because there is critical need to balance water and wastewater ...
    • Detailed geologic mapping of aquifer recharge areas in the upper coastal plain of southwest Georgia 

      Cocker, Mark D. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      Detailed geologic mapping on a scale of 1:24,000 has better defined the recharge areas of the Upper Floridan, Claiborne, Clayton and Cretaceous aquifers between the Flint River and the Chattachoochee River. Mapping over ...
    • Developing and implementing a source water protection plan for Macon Water Authority’s drinking water sources 

      Wyzalek, Mark (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      In 2003 the Macon Water Authority (MWA) developed Source Water Assessment Plans (SWAPs) for the Ocmulgee River and Lucas Lake intakes used for the regional water supply for Macon / Bibb County and the surrounding area. The ...
    • Developing measures of success for the Etowah River basin 

      Stoughton, Candace; Davis, Mary M. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      The Nature Conservancy (TNC) works to protect the viability of ecological resources in conservation areas with high biological diversity. The Etowah River basin in north Georgia was chosen by TNC as a priority site based ...
    • Developing riparian guidelines on forest service land in the southern Appalachians 

      Holcomb, Jack (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      During the past few years six forests in the Southern Region have gone through the process of forest plan revision. As part of this revision process, forests were expected to define and provide management guidelines for ...
    • Developing stakeholder consensus in water resources planning 

      Rodrigo, Dan; Brown, Paul (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      Solving water resources challenges is becoming increasingly complex. Single purpose projects are being replaced with multi-benefit solutions that seek to address water supply, water quality, environmental enhancement, ...
    • Developing statewide water plans: needs and challenges 

      Gleason, Patrick; Rodrigo, Dan; Brown, Paul (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      Many states have completed comprehensive water plans that address water supply, water quality and environmental needs. These are living documents that are periodically updated or given annual status reports. While the ...
    • Development of a water conservation educational program for turfgrass professionals 

      Waltz, Freddie Clinton, Jr.; Carrow, Robert N. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      In collaboration with the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA), a “Blended Learning Program for Golf Course Water Conservation” was developed. This program is a new and unique concept in training golf ...
    • Development of an integrated flow regime recommendation for the Cheoah River, N.C. 

      Dilts, Erik; Leonard, Paul M.; Hill, Donley (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      Hydrologic pattern and variability are key determinants of aquatic community structure and stability, but instream flow recommendations commonly fail to reflect these critical components of a natural flow regime, focusing ...
    • Development of an S.S.O. Mitigation Plan: what we can learn from the field 

      Sample, David J.; Bocarro, Robert A.; Tanner, Margaret; Latalladi, Monique (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      Wastewater collection and conveyance systems have long been a neglected component of many municipal wastewater systems, due to a lack of funding and management focus. Increased population growth has resulted in increased ...
    • Development of water-use projections for groundwater flow models in the coastal plain of Georgia and South Carolina 

      Fanning, Julia L.; Cherry, Gregory S. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      Future water use in the Coastal Plain of Georgia and South Carolina was estimated as part of the development of groundwater flow and solute-transport models. Two areas are being modeled—one focusing on the coastal area of ...
    • Diel turbidity fluctuations in streams in Gwinnett County, Georgia 

      Gillain, Stephanie (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      Continuous turbidity data have been collected since 2001 at 12 water-quality monitoring stations in Gwinnett County, Georgia, as part of a cooperative agreement between the U.S. Geological Survey and the Gwinnett County ...
    • Dissolved-oxygen characteristics of Georgia streams 

      Dyar, T. R.; Alhadeff, S. J. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      Dissolved-oxygen (DO) measurements from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Environ-mental Protection Division and the U.S. Geological Survey water-quality sampling program from 1966 to 2001 were analyzed using a ...
    • Distribution of unionid mussels in tributaries of the Lower Flint River, Southwestern Georgia: an examination of current and historical trends 

      Chastain, Charlotte A.; Golladay, Stephen W.; Muenz, Tara K. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      The historically diverse assemblage of freshwater mussels in the Flint River Basin (FRB) has shown declines in abundance and distribution. The mid-reaches of the major tributaries of the Flint River contained one of the ...
    • Dotting the i’s remedying iDiC’s at the local level 

      Leo, Stephen M. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      Gwinnett County has implemented several Illicit Discharge and Illegal Connection (IDIC) identifi-cation programs that have proven effective in identifying discharges of pollutants to stormwater drainage systems. In an ...
    • E.P.A.’s watershed management office: organizing for results 

      Cox, William L. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
    • Ecological surveys of four river corridors in Georgia 

      Emanuel, Ben N.; Hardy, R. Dean; Milligan, Richard A. Jr.; Nuse, Bryan L. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      Georgia’s rivers are essential elements of its landscape that have undergone historical alteration and continue to experience rapid anthropogenic change. In an effort to compile a statewide assessment of the status and ...
    • Economic feasibility of recycling chiller water in poultry processing plants by ultrafiltration 

      Saravia, Horacio; Houston, Jack E.; Toledo, Romeo; Nelson, Heather M. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      The poultry industry is the single largest agribusiness industry in Georgia and one of the most important in the United States. It is also facing multiple water usage problems stemming from rising water and sewer charges ...
    • Educational circulars and private well owner resources: providing drinking water information to the public 

      Atiles, Jorge H. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInstitute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, 2005-04)
      A series of University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service circulars was designed to help well owners deal with problems identified by water test reports. These circulars are brief, written in a non-technical fashion, ...