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Klein Creek potential wetland mitigation site

James J. Miner

Klein Creek potential wetland mitigation site

final hydrogeologic characterization report

by James J. Miner

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Published by Illinois State Geological Survey in Champaign, IL .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrogeology,
  • Water quality,
  • Wetlands,
  • Water levels

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames J. Miner, Christine S. Fucciolo, Richard A. Cahill
    SeriesOpen file series / Illinois State Geological Survey -- 1994-8, Open file series (Illinois State Geological Survey) -- 1994-8.
    ContributionsFucciolo, Christine S., Cahill, Richard A., Illinois. Dept. of Transportation. Wetlands Unit
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 leaves :
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25456501M
    OCLC/WorldCa31759252

    Protecting Natural Wetlands: A Guide to Stormwater Best Management Practices location of potential mitigation sites; and plans for the protection of nontidal wetlands, limiting cumulative impacts, water supply management, and flood management (MDDNR, ). In our July-August issue, Morgan Robertson and Eric Raffini, both of EPA, described the lessons the nascent water quality industry could learn from the wetland mitigation banking industry.

    Wetlands Dr, Frederick, CO is a single-family home listed for-sale at $, The 3, sq. ft. home is a 5 bed, bath property. Find 40 photos of the Wetlands Dr home on Zillow. View more property details, sales history and Zestimate data on Zillow. MLS #   In , EPA issued its fifth section (c) veto, prohibiting the fill of thirty-two acres of wetlands to build a mall in Attleboro Massachusetts, the agency's first use of (c) outside of the South. () The proposed site was part of Sweedens Swamp, a acre inland, forested wetland with seasonal flooding.

    Petition for a Formal Determination of the Landward Extent of Wetlands and Other Surface Waters: Form (1) Performance Bond To Demonstrate Financial Assurance for Mitigation: Form (2) Irrevocable Letter of Credit to Demonstrate Financial Assurance for Mitigation: Form (3) Shallow Water Wetland Creation on Canyon Creek 27 Nonpoint Source Pollution Book for Grades 3 through 5 46 FFY FEDERALLY FUNDED SECTION PROJECTS 47 Mackinaw River Project 47 Lake Forest Wetland Demonstration Project 48 Klein Creek Project


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Impacts to the jurisdictional wetlands would be mitigated for at a ratio ( acres of impact, acres of required mitigation) through the purchase of mitigation credits from Blackberry Creek Wetland Bank.

A Reflection on the Johnson Creek Watershed Water Quality Improvement Project (Draft Document) Identifying Important Small Wetlands and Potential Sites for Rare Species in the Southeast ( KB) Chapter 4: Planning for Success Wetland Site Data Sheet (90 KB) Appendix F: Informative Handouts for Landowners.

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS TO SUPPORT JD: Site visit on July 5, Sewer map provided by Village. Area(s) are geographically isolated. All wetland areas are small isolated depressions. Area(s) do not have a hydrologic nexus. No direct connection to Klein Creek to the west. Area(s) do not have an ecological nexus.

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It depends on the site and your desires. Klein Creek Tributary 1, and Wetland 4 is located just east of Wetland 1. Wetlands 1, 2 and 4 are to be protected during proposed construction activity.

Permanent and temporary impacts to Wetland 3 have been permitted and are proposed to occur during construction. The wetland areas are shown in detail on the plans.

Potential Sources of. Check if other sites (e.g., offsite mitigation sites, disposal sites, etc¿) are associated with the action and are recorded on a different JD form. Wetland Name Flow Explain Klein Creek PERENNIAL Creek flows year-round. If potential wetlands were assessed within the review area, these areas did not meet the criteria in the Corps.

The Applicant proposes on-site compensatory mitigation of these resources with 1, feet of bank stabilization on Little Bull Creek, acres of emergent wetland planting, acres of deepening on Silver Lake, and acres of wetland creation and restoration.

Woodchip denitrification walls are a tried and tested groundwater nitrate remediation concept in shallow sandy aquifer conditions. There are however n. Restoration and Wetland Mitigation project aims to improve the river ecology along a stretch of the potential for flooding within an area of Bartlett The County will construct the flood mitigation project along Klein Creek.

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