2014 Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium

Event Title

Plenary Session

Document Type

Presentation

Start Date

3-10-2014 8:30 AM

Description

  • Using Microbial-Source Tracking to Investigate Sources of Fecal Contamination in the South Fork Little River Basin, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, Angie Crain and Mac Cherry, USGS Kentucky Water Science Center, Louisville, KY
  • Application of Nitrogen and Oxygen Isotopes in Tracing Nitrate Sources in the South Fork Little River Basin, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, Angie Crain and Mac Cherry, USGS Kentucky Water Science Center, Louisville, KY
  • Kentucky StreamStats Water-Resources Web Application: Enhancements and Implementation of Selected Low- and Mean-Flow Estimating Equations, Gary Martin, USGS Kentucky Water Science Center, Louisville, KY
  • Kentucky Division of Water's Risk Communication Toolbox, Annemarie Cason and Kristen Dunaway, Kentucky Division of Water, Frankfort, KY

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Mar 10th, 8:30 AM

Plenary Session

  • Using Microbial-Source Tracking to Investigate Sources of Fecal Contamination in the South Fork Little River Basin, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, Angie Crain and Mac Cherry, USGS Kentucky Water Science Center, Louisville, KY
  • Application of Nitrogen and Oxygen Isotopes in Tracing Nitrate Sources in the South Fork Little River Basin, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, Angie Crain and Mac Cherry, USGS Kentucky Water Science Center, Louisville, KY
  • Kentucky StreamStats Water-Resources Web Application: Enhancements and Implementation of Selected Low- and Mean-Flow Estimating Equations, Gary Martin, USGS Kentucky Water Science Center, Louisville, KY
  • Kentucky Division of Water's Risk Communication Toolbox, Annemarie Cason and Kristen Dunaway, Kentucky Division of Water, Frankfort, KY