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    • Watershed based plan for the Fort Cobb Watershed

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed--Planning.; Watershed restoration--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed--Planning.; Water quality management--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed--Planning.; Fort Cobb Reservoir...
    • The Fort Cobb Watershed covers 314 square miles in southwestern Oklahoma in Caddo, Washita, and Custer Counties. Ft. Cobb Reservoir’s designated beneficial uses include public and private water supply, warm water aquatic community, agriculture,...
    • Turbidity total maximum daily loads for Sulphur Creek, Oklahoma (OK410600010030_00)

    • Turbidity--Oklahoma--Sulphur Creek (Bryan Co.); Turbidity--Oklahoma.; Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--Oklahoma--Sulphur Creek (Bryan Co.); Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--Oklahoma.
    • "This report documents the data and assessment used to establish a TMDL for Sulphur Creek, a tributary of the Blue River. The 2008 Integrated Water Quality Assessment Report (Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality [ODEQ] 2008) identified...
    • Turbidity total maximum daily load for Black Bear Creek, Oklahoma

    • Turbidity--Oklahoma--Black Bear Creek (Garfield County-Pawnee County); Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--Oklahoma--Black Bear Creek (Garfield County-Pawnee County); Suspended sediments--Oklahoma--Black Bear Creek (Garfield County-Pawnee...
    • This report documents the data and assessment used to establish a TMDL for Black Bear Creek, a tributary of the Arkansas River. The 2008 Integrated Water Quality Assessment Report (Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality [ODEQ] 2008)...
    • Oklahoma drought contingency plan.

    • Droughts--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Drought relief--Oklahoma--Management.; Water conservation--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • Reminded of this tragic episode [the Dust Bowl] as effects of the 1996 drought rippled through the state’s economy and society, and recognizing the deficiency of serious drought planning work in Oklahoma, state emergency officials and water...
    • Oklahoma's Nonpoint Source Program annual report

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Water quality--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Oklahoma Nonpoint Source (NPS) Program is a combination of federal, state, and local agencies collaborating to identify and reduce nonpoint source pollution in Oklahoma's waters. NPS pollutants come from a variety of sources including homes,...
    • Oklahoma wetlands reference guide

    • Wetlands--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Wetland conservation--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Wetland animals--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Wetland plants--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • The Oklahoma Wetlands Reference Guide has been developed to help a variety of users in identifying and understanding the ecology of the most common natural wetland types found in Oklahoma. It is the authors’ intention that this book provides...
    • Your side of the fence

    • Oklahoma. Department of Wildlife Conservation--Periodicals.;Landowners--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • published three times a year for those enrolled in the ODWC's landowner assistance programs
    • Oklahoma comprehensive water plan executive report

    • Water resources development--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Management.;
    • Extensive public participation and detailed technical evaluations, the two pillars of this 2012 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan, have resulted in a bold, strategic vision with four core elements critical to securing Oklahoma’s...
    • The Oklahoma bar journal

    • Law--Periodicals--Oklahoma.;Bar associations--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Law reports, digests, etc.--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Bar Journal is a publication of the Oklahoma Bar Association.
    • Statewide water assessment

    • Water-supply--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Forecasting.
    • The following report was developed by the Oklahoma Water Resources Board and CDM, the OCWP’s lead engineering firm, to assess Oklahoma’s water supplies, develop projections of water demands, quantify physical supply shortages, determine the...
    • Disaster assistance : a guide to recovery programs for Oklahoma.

    • Emergency management--Oklahoma--Directories.; Emergency management--United States--Directories.; Disaster relief--Oklahoma--Directories.; Disaster relief--United States--Directories.
    • This Guide presents an array of programs that may be of assistance during and after disaster recovery – depending upon the circumstances, community needs, and available resources. It contains brief descriptions and contact information for...
    • Cherokee Sandy Creek Watershed Dam No. 17M : R. C. Longmire Lake.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Garvin County.; Cherokee Sandy Creek Watershed Dam No. 17M (Okla.); Longmire Lake (Okla.)
    • Cherokee Sandy Creek Watershed Dam No. 17M, known as R. C. Longmire Lake, is located eleven miles east of Pauls Valley, Oklahoma.; The dam was constructed in 1989 by the City of Pauls Valley and the Garvin Conservation District with assistance from...
    • Wildhorse Creek Watershed Dam No. 22 : Lake Humphreys.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Wildhorse Creek Site 22 Dam (Okla.); Humphreys, Lake (Okla.)
    • Wildhorse Creek Watershed Dam No. 22, known as Lake Humphreys, was constructed in 1957 by the City of Duncan and the Stephens County Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural Resources...
    • Wildhorse Creek watershed project.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Murray County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Garvin County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Carter County.;...
    • One hundred and seven flood control dams have been constructed in the 420,000 acre Wildhorse Creek Watershed in Stephens, Garvin, Carter, and Murray Counties. The dams were built by the Stephens County, Murray County, Garvin and Arbuckle...
    • Hydrologic and hydraulic guidelines for dams in Oklahoma

    • Dam failures--Mathematical models.; Dam failures--Computer simulation.; Dam safety--Oklahoma.; Dams--Design and construction--Standards--Oklahoma.; Dams--Maintenance and repair--Standards--Oklahoma.; Flood damage prevention--Oklahoma.; Hydraulic...
    • These guidelines represent instructions, standards, and accepted procedures for the hydrologic and hydraulic analyses of existing and proposed dams in the State of Oklahoma. They also serve to clarify the expectations of the OWRB with respect to...
    • Rush Creek Watershed Dam No. 1 : Taylor Lake, Grady County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Grady County.; Rush Creek Site 1 Dam (Okla.); Taylor Lake (Okla. : Grady County)
    • Rush Creek Watershed Dam No. 1, known as Taylor Lake, was constructed in 1960 by the City of Marlow and the Grady County Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation...
    • Upper Black Bear Creek Watershed Dam No. 62 - Perry Lake.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Noble County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Noble County.; Upper Black Bear Creek Site 62 Dam (Okla.); Perry Lake (Okla.: Noble Co.)
    • Upper Black Bear Creek Watershed Dam No. 62 was constructed in 1963 by the City of Perry, the Black Bear Conservancy District and the Noble County Conservation District with assistance from the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural...
    • Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program

    • Conservation easements--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Riparian areas--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Watershed restoration--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (U.S.)--Periodicals.
    • The Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) is a partnership between a State (including local and state government, nonprofit groups and industry) and Federal partners (USDA, FSA and NRCS) to protect and improve water quality by retiring...
    • Upper Elk Creek Watershed Dam No. 22 - Elk City Lake.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Beckham County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Beckham County.; Upper Elk Creek Site 22r Dam (Okla.); Lake Elk City (Okla.)
    • Upper elk Creek Watershed Dam No. 22, known as Elk City Lake, was constructed in 1970 by Elk City and the North Fork of the Red River Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural Resources...
    • Upper Red Rock Creek watershed project : Garfield and Noble Counties, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Garfield County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Noble County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Garfield County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Noble County.; Upper Red Rock Creek (Okla.)
    • The Upper Red Rock Creek Watershed Project consists of forty-three control dams in a 197,000 watershed in Garfield and Noble Counties. The dams were constructed by the Red Rock Conservancy District, Garfield County Conservation District and Noble...
    • Earth sciences and mineral resources of Oklahoma.

    • Earth sciences--Oklahoma.; Mines and mineral resources--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma.
    • Oklahoma is a region of complex and fascinating geology with a multitude of natural resources that originated from geologic processes acting over millions of years of Earth history.
    • Oklahoma's NRCS-assisted flood control program.

    • Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma.; Flood control--Oklahoma.; Watershed management--Oklahoma.; United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service.
    • Local, state and federal government agencies work together to utilize the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Watershed Program to address natural resource needs and improve the quality of life for thousands of Oklahomans.
    • OCWP water supply hot spot report

    • Water supply--Oklahoma--Management.
    • This report documents the methods and results of Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan (OCWP) analyses to determine the basins in Oklahoma with the most significant potential limitations for water supply, referred to herein as "hot spots." Each of 82...
    • Oklahoma agritourism : resource manual.

    • Agritourism--Oklahoma--Management.; Rural tourism--Oklahoma--Management.; Agritourism--Management.; Rural tourism--Management.
    • Throughout this site you will find information that will walk you through the process of starting an agritourism business, the resources available for your business, developing a business plan, and letting the public know what you have to offer. A...
    • Wetland/waterfowl development grant

    • Waterfowl management--Oklahoma--Finance.
    • Project 1 - Operation and Maintenance objective: To operate and maintain 12,011 acres of productive wetland habitat on state managed lands and one storage facility for seasonal waterfowl hunting opportunities and utilization by migrant and...
    • Central watershed planning region

    • Water resources development--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Management.
    • The Central Watershed Planning Region includes nine basins (for reference, numbered 50, 51, 56-58, 60-62, and 64). The region is located in the Central Lowland physiography province, encompassing 10,142 square miles in central Oklahoma, spanning...
    • Caddo Creek watershed project : Carter County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Carter County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Murray County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Caddo Creek (Okla. : Stephens County-Carter County)
    • The 217,000 acre Caddo Creek watershed is located in Carter, Murray and Stephens Counties. Twenty-eight flood control dams have been constructed in the watershed by the Arbuckle Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation...
    • Caney Coon Creek Dam No. 2 : Coalgate Lock, Coal County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Coal County.; Caney Coon Creek Site 2 Dam (Okla.); Coalgate Reservoir (Okla.)
    • Caney Coon Creek Watershed Dam No. 2, known locally as Coalgate Reservoir, is located two miles north of Coalgate, Oklahoma. The dam was constructed in 1965 by the city of Coalgate and the Coal County Conservation District with the assistance of...
    • Double Creek watershed project : Washington County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Washington County.; Double Creek (Okla. : Washington County)
    • The Double Creek Watershed Project consists of six flood control dams in a 38,000 acre watershed located in southern Washington County. The dams were constructed between 1954 and 1955 by the Caney Valley Conservation District with the assistance of...
    • Wildhorse Creek Watershed Dam No. 39 : Lake Fuqua, Stephens County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Wildhorse Creek Watershed Dam No. 39 (Okla.); Fuqua, Lake (Okla.)
    • Wildhorse Creek Watershed Dam No. 39, known as Lake Fuqua, was constructed in 1963 by the City of Duncan and the Stephens County Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural Resources...
    • Watershed based plan for the Illinois River Watershed

    • Watershed management--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed management--Arkansas.; Watershed management--Oklahoma.; Watershed restoration--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed restoration--Arkansas.; Watershed...
    • The Illinois River watershed spans the Oklahoma-Arkansas border in the northeastern part of the state and is located in Benton, Washington, and Crawford Counties in Arkansas and Delaware, Adair, Cherokee, and Sequoyah Counties in Oklahoma.; This...
    • Rainy Mountain Creek watershed project : Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Kiowa County.; Rainy Mountain Creek (Okla.)
    • The Rainy Mountain Creek Watershed project is located in Kiowa, Washita and Comanche Counties. Twenty-nine flood control dams have been constructed in the 210,000 acre watershed, all in Kiowa County. The dams were built by the Kiowa County and...
    • Sergeant Major Creek watershed : Roger Mills County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Roger Mills County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Roger Mills County.; Sergeant Major Creek (Okla.)
    • The Sergeant Major Creek Watershed is located in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. The watershed encompasses 19,684 acres and includes the town of Cheyenne and the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site. Sergeant Major Creek drains into the Washita...
    • Water quality in Oklahoma : integrated report.

    • Water--Pollution--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Water quality management--Oklahoma.
    • "Prepared pursuant to Section 303(d) and Section 305(b) of the Clean Water Act.";"The regulations implementing Section 303(d) require states to develop lists of water bodies that do not meet water quality standards and to submit updated lists to...

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