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Published by Illinois Dept. of Natural Resources in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Kaskaskia River Watershed (Ill.),
  • Natural resources conservation areas,
  • Illinois,
  • Kaskaskia River Watershed.

Subjects:

  • Natural resources surveys -- Illinois -- Kaskaskia River Watershed.,
  • Kaskaskia River Watershed (Ill.),
  • Natural resources conservation areas -- Illinois -- Kaskaskia River Watershed.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesCritical Trends Assessment Program
ContributionsAhler, Steven R., Illinois. Dept. of Natural Resources., Illinois State Geological Survey., Illinois State Water Survey., Critical Trends Assessment Program.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC107.I32 K375 1999
The Physical Object
Pagination4 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6832032M
LC Control Number00325700
OCLC/WorldCa43470277

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The Kaskaskia River Area Assessment. The Kaskaskia River begins as a cropland ditch in Champaign County and runs south for approximately miles before it empties into the Mississippi River in Randolph County in southwestern Illinois. The area discussed in this assessment report coincides with the boundaries ofthe entire Kaskaskia River. The Kaskaskia River Area Assessment examines almost 5, square miles that extend from Campaign County southwest to Randolph County. Because significant natural community and species diversity has been found in the watershed, a portion of the. assessment area has been designated a state "Resource Rich Area". 1. BibTeX @MISC{Geology_kaskaskiariver, author = {Volume Geology and Rod R. Blagojevich and Director Joel Brunsvold and Rock River and Spoon River and Lower Rock River and Illinois Headwaters and Sugar-pecatonica Rivers and Fox River}, title = {Kaskaskia River Area Assessment}, year = {}}. The area discussed in this assessment report coincides with the boundaries ofthe entire Kaskaskia River basin as determined by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency. This area includes parts of seventeen counties in Illinois, covering approximately 5, mile2 (3,, acres).

Kaskaskia River Area Assessment. By Volume Geology, Rod R. Blagojevich, Director Joel Brunsvold, Rock River, Spoon River, Lower Rock River, Illinois Headwaters, Sugar-pecatonica Rivers and Fox River. Abstract. Printed by the authority of the State of IllinoisOther CTAP Publication. Kaskaskia River area assessment. By Steven R. Ahler, Critical Trends Assessment Project., Illinois State Water Survey., Illinois State Geological Survey. and Illinois. Dept. of Natural Resources. 5, square miles that extend from Champaign County southwest to Randolph County designated a state Resource Rich Area."--P. es. Kaskaskia River The Kaskaskia River is a tributary of the Mississippi River, approximately miles ( km) long, in central and southern Illinois in the United States. The second largest river system within Illinois, it drains a rural area of farms, as well as rolling hills along river bottoms of . BibTeX @MISC{Depanment_kaskaskiariver, author = {Illinois Depanment and Natural Resources and Illinois Depanment and Natural Resources and Steven R. Ahler}, title = {Kaskaskia River Area Assessment}, year = {}}.

The Kaskaskia River State Fish & Wildlife Area is one of the largest state-owned and managed sites in Illinois. Located 35 miles southeast of St. Louis, Missouri, the area comprises more t acres and extends along the Kaskaskia River from Fayetteville to the Mississippi River in St. Clair, Monroe and Randolph counties. The Comprehensive Evaluation and Plan for the Regional Water Supply of the Kaskaskia River Basin through referred to as “the Plan”() is aimed at assessing the water supply and the water demands within the Kaskaskia Basin through the year This includes analyzing and. The Kaskaskia River is a tributary of the Mississippi River, approximately miles ( km) long, in central and southern Illinois in the United States. The second largest river system within Illinois, it drains a rural area of farms, as well as rolling hills along river bottoms of hardwood forests in its lower reaches. Natural Resource Damage Assessment; State Historic Preservation Office; Water Resources; Wildlife Resources; Fort Kaskaskia Historic Site. Frank Holten. Kaskaskia River. Kidd Lake State Natural Area. Meredosia Lake. Mississippi River Po 22 & Mississippi River State Fish & Wildlife Area. Oakford State Conservation Area.