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Colorado Plateau REA MQ B6: Where are the aquatic systems listed on 303(d) with degraded water quality or low macroinvertebrate diversity?
This map shows the location of EPA 303(d) impaired water bodies.
Managing Instream Flows and Developing Hydrologic Information for the Gulf Coast Prairie Landscape Conservation Cooperative
The Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership, a partner in the Gulf Coast Prairie Landscape Conservation Cooperative, is advancing instream flow science by developing basic information necessary to support flow standards and water management recommendations for waterways throughout the region. Helping resource managers prepare for future population growth and climate change-associated flow alterations at regional and local scales will enable state and federal agencies to focus regulatory and management efforts on habitats most vulnerable to altered flow. They will be able to develop more effective management strategies to minimize impacts to fish and wildlife and better inform policy-makers on conservation needs.
Comprehensive map of regionally-important aquatic networks for the Rensselaer Plateau. Aquatic networks represent long, hydrologically-connected two-dimensional landscape-level areas with a centralized stream system plus closely associated buffer areas that most strongly influence the ecology of that system.