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approach to water resources evaluation of non-point silvicultural sources

approach to water resources evaluation of non-point silvicultural sources

(a procedural handbook)

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Published by Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service in Athens, Ga, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forests and forestry -- Environmental aspects -- United States.,
  • Forest management -- United States.,
  • Water resources development -- Environmental aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture.
    SeriesResearch reporting series. 8. Special reports -- EPA-600/8-80-012., Research reporting series -- EPA-600/8-80-012.
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service., Environmental Research Laboratory (Athens, Ga.). Technology Development and Applications Branch., Environmental Research Laboratory (Athens, Ga.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationca 900 p. :
    Number of Pages900
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17823092M

    Chapter Natural Resources/Water Quality Act, addresses both point and non-point sources of pollution. The sections of the Clean Water Act with the potential to apply to the Proposed Project are Sections and , which pertain Chapter Natural Resources/Water Quality a. the Brazos and Sabine basins from livestock and poultry operation sources. A com-prehensive approach to the control of nutrient and fecal coliform bacteria contami-nation in both ground and surface water resources was developed to address these concerns and to protect designated critical water quality areas within the two basins.

    ELSEVIER Forest Ecology and Management 90 () Forest Ecology and Management Effects of silvicultural activity on ecological processes in floodplain forests of the southern United States: a review of existing reports B.G. Lockaby a, J.A. Stanturf b, M.G. Messina a School of Forestry, Auburn University, Auburn, AL , USA b US Forest Service, Southern Cited by: a practical, affordable approach to conserving a farm's soil and water resources without sacrificing productivity; Who decides what qualifies as a best management practice? a team of farmers, researchers, extension staff and agribusiness professionals. The .

    Beasley, R. S. Assessment of non-point source pollution from forest practices in the South Central Region. National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI) Technical Bulletin No. pp. Beasley, R. S. Potential effects of forest management practices on storm flow sources and water quality. Non-point sources associated with land disturbance have been identified as the primary threat to water quality in many areas of the southern U.S. Our abilities to quantify the extent, causes, and consequences of past, current, and future land cover and land use change on water resources at the watershed and regional scales is very limited.


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Approach to water resources evaluation of non-point silvicultural sources Download PDF EPUB FB2

EPA/ August An Approach To WATER RESOURCES EVALUATION OF NON-POINT SILVICULTURAL SOURCES (A Procedural Handbook) by Forest Service United States Department of Agriculture Washington, D.C.

Interagency Agreement No. EPA-IAG-D Project Officer Lee A. Mulkey Technology Development and Applications Branch. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Approach to water resources evaluation of non-point silvicultural sources.

Athens, Ga.: Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ; Springfield, Va.: Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service, Silviculture is the art and science of controlling the establishment, growth, composition, health, and quality of forests and woodlands to meet the diverse needs and values of landowners and society such as wildlife habitat, timber, water resources, restoration, and recreation on a sustainable basis.

The History of Mathematics: A Source-Based Approach is a comprehensive history of the development of mathematics. This, the first volume of the two-volume set, takes readers from the beginning of counting in prehistory to and the threshold of the discovery of calculus.

silvicultural activities on non-point source pollution (EPA ). The resulting hand-book, An Approach to Water Resources Evaluation of Non-Point Silvicultural Sources, is commonly referred to as WRENSS.

This contained graphical procedures, stratified by region, to predict the effects of forest disturbance on streamflow, erosion, temperature,Cited by: An Approach to Water Resources Evaluation of Non-Point Silvicultural Sources (A Procedural Handbook). EPA/–12, Environmental Research Lab, Office of Re-search and Development, U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, Geor¬gia Google Scholar. silvicultural activities on non-point source pollution (EPA ). The resulting hand-book, An Approach to Water Resources Evaluation of Non-Point Silvicultural Sources, is commonly referred to as WRENSS.

This contained graphical procedures, stratified by region, to predict the effects of forest disturbance on streamflow, erosion, temperature.

EPA, An approach to water resources evaluation of non-point silvicultural sources. Environmental Research Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, Georgia. EPA/ This book sets out many of the procedures that have been used by the USFS to evaluate the effects of forestry on runoff, sediment, etc.

Many of these. An approach to water resources evaluation of non-point silvicultural sources (a procedural handbook). EPA/ Forest Service, U.S. Dept. Agric., Washington, D.C. An Approach to Water Resources Evaluation of Non–Point Silvicultural Sources (A Procedural Handbook).

EPA–/8–80– U.S. Environmental Cited by: 9. Environmental Research Laboratory: Athens, GA: An approach to water resources evaluation of non-point silvicultural sources: quality management--Mathematical models Water quality--Mathematical models Water quality--Measurement--Data processing Water resources development--Environmental aspects Watershed management.

An Approach to Water Resources Evaluation on Non-Point Silvicultural Sources. EPA/ Environmental Re- search Laboratory, Athens, Ga. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA).

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY SILVICULTURAL ACTIVITIES AND NON-POINT POLLUTION ABATEMENT: A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Procedure.

EPA/ November RESEARCH REPORTING SERIES Research reports of the Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, have been grouped into. “An approach to water resources evaluation of non-point silvicultural sources.” EPA/, Environmental Research Lab., Athens, Ga.

Google Scholar. odology, we chose this approach and, specifically, the Forest Service Water Resources Evaluation of Non-Point Silvicultural Sources (WRENSS) assessment model (US EPA ). The Forest Service (WRENSS) methodology was originally published in the form of an assessment hand-book(USEPA).Theportiondealingwithchanges.

The Texas NPS Management Program utilizes baseline water quality management programs and regulatory, voluntary, financial, and technical assistance approaches to achieve a balanced pollution is managed through assessment, planning, implementation, and education.

The TCEQ and TSSWCB have established goals and objectives for guiding and. Evaluation of the surface erosion from different timber yarding methods in Honduras. water resources evaluation of non. point silvicultural sources (a procedural. The diffuse nature of nonpoint sources and the variety of pollutants generated by them create a challenge for their effective control requiring a systematic approach based on assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation.

Monitoring is an important component in all four of these activities. Jet Flow on Stepped Spillways. and Water Resources, and PartRegulations Implementing the National resources evaluation of non-point silvicultural sources.” EPA/, Envi.

water quality in the South (see chapter 19). Chapter 8 describes the many laws and regulations governing silvicultural nonpoint-source impacts on water quality.

Without adequate controls, how-ever, forestry operations do have the potential to significantly affect high-quality water sources and critical fisheries habitat.

Silvicultural. Even so, errors in the range of an order of magnitude of the true erosion rate are not uncommon. A procedural guide in using the MSLE is presented in Chapter IV, An Approach to Water Resources Evaluation of Non-Point Silvicultural Sources, US Forest Service, Table 1.primarily through the Clean Water Act (CWA) and its reauthorization in While much of the CWA deals with point source pollution, non-point source pollution is addressed in sectionsand These sections exempt silvicultural and other forest operations from.water quality standards and comprehensive programs for water pollution control.

Along with other provisions, the Clean Water Act addresses nonpoint sources by establish­ ing a State planning program that requires States to iden­ tify nonpoint sources, and establish management strate­ gies to meet State and Federal water quality goals.