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    • Communications tower standards

    • Wireless communication systems--Standards--Oklahoma.; Radio and television towers--Standards--Oklahoma.; First responders--Oklahoma.;
    • The state of Oklahoma has operational radio tower assets that are being used by different agencies that were built for different purposes, the most common purpose being voice communication. Other related services like data transmission and asset...
    • Oklahoma Wind Power Assessment Committee report and recommendations

    • Wind power industry--Oklahoma.;Wind power--Oklahoma.; Renewable energy sources--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Wind Power Assessment Committee (Committee) was created through Senate Bill 1212, introduced and passed by the 2nd Session of the 49th Legislature of the State of Oklahoma.; The Committee issued an interim report in April 2005 and now...
    • Patch burn management : enhancing habitat for imperiled grassland bird species.

    • Wildlife refuges--Fire management--Oklahoma--Cooper Wildlife Management Area.;Fire ecology--Oklahoma--Cooper Wildlife Management Area.;Birds--Effects of fires on--Oklahoma--Cooper Wildlife Management Area.;Bird surveys--Oklahoma--Cooper Wildlife...
    • This report summarizes three years of avian, macroinvertebrate, and vegetation sampling on Cooper Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Woodward, Oklahoma conducted from 2006 through 2008.; Our results suggest that patch-burn management in sand...
    • Southeast region wildlife management areas

    • Wildlife management--Oklahoma--Finance--Periodicals.
    • Project 1: Operation and Maintenance objective: During the grant period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2013, operate and maintain all buildings, structures, infrastructure and equipment on the 25 WMAs in the Southeast region to provide public...
    • Central region wildlife management areas

    • Wildlife management--Oklahoma--Finance--Periodicals.
    • Project 1 Operation and Maintenance Objective: During the grant period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2013, operate and maintain all buildings, structures, infrastructure and equipment on the 17 Wildlife Management Areas in the Central region to...
    • Southwest region wildlife management area

    • Wildlife management--Oklahoma--Finance--Periodicals.
    • Project 1: Southwest Region Operation and Maintenance Objective: During the grant period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2013, operate and maintain all buildings, structures, infrastructure and equipment on the 13 Wildlife Management Areas in the...
    • Northeast region wildlife management areas, 6/2010-6/2012

    • Wildlife management--Oklahoma--Finance--Periodicals.
    • Project 1: Operation and Maintenance Objective: During the grant period July 1, 2008 through June 30, 2013, operate and maintain all buildings, structures, infrastructure and equipment on the 14 WMAs in the Northeast Region to provide public...
    • State wildlife grant/CWCS coordination

    • Wildlife conservation--Oklahoma.; Wildlife management--Oklahoma.
    • To plan, train, coordinate and supervise Oklahoma’s Federal Assistance in State Wildlife Grants Program and the implementation of the Oklahoma CWCS [Comprehensive wildlife conservation strategy], monitoring of species and habitat, monitoring of...
    • Outreach and wildlife-education.

    • Wildlife conservation--Oklahoma.
    • "This project will provide wildlife information and educational materials to the public during the period of 2001-2004. Printed and distributed media such as newsletters, brochures, posters, programs, workshops, web pages and press releases will...
    • Evaluation of a fyke netting procedure for sampling crappie

    • White crappie--Size--Oklahoma.;White crappie--Age--Oklahoma.;Fish populations--Measurement.
    • Compare catch rates, length-frequency, relative weights, and age structure of white crappie from spring and fall fykenet ssamples to similar data collected by existing electrofishing and gillnet procedures under the Standardized Sampling Program...
    • Oklahoma wetlands program

    • Wetlands--Oklahoma.
    • poster; The Oklahoma Wetlands Program is administered through a partnership which includes state, local, and federal agencies, academic institutions, and non-governmental organizations that play a part in managing wetlands on behalf of the citizens...
    • Oklahoma wetland development areas

    • Wetlands--Oklahoma--Atlases.;Bird refuges--Oklahoma--Atlases.
    • The projects illustrated in this book are developed and managed primarily with revenue generated from hunting license sales and the purchase of Oklahoma Waterfowl Hunting Licenses (stamps). This money is then matched with Wildlife Restoration Act...
    • Western Oklahoma State College

    • Western Oklahoma State College--Auditing.
    • We have audited the accompanying statements of net assets of Western Oklahoma State College (the “College”), a component unit of the State of Oklahoma, as of June 30, 2010 and 2009, and the related statements of revenues, expenses, and changes...
    • Work Prep vocational training program planning guide

    • Welfare recipients--Employment--Oklahoma.;Oklahoma--Social policy.
    • The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA) (Pub. L. 104-193) created the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block grant that fundamentally transformed welfare from a cash benefits program to a...
    • Washita River watershed project.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma.; Washita River Watershed (Tex. and Okla.)
    • Severe flooding occurred along the Washita River in the early 20th century.; The Washita River was one of the eleven projects selected for authorization.
    • Cobb Creek Watershed Dam No. 1 : Crowder Lake.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Washita County.; Cobb Creek Watershed Dam No. 1 (Okla.); Crowder Lake (Okla. : Washita Co.)
    • Cobb Creek Watershed Dam No. 1, known locally as Crowder Lake, is located ten miles south of Weatherford, Oklahoma. The 89-foot high dam has created a 135 surface acre lake. The dam was constructed for flood control in 1958 by the Deer Creek...
    • 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...
    • Kadashan Bottom watershed project : Wagoner County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Wagoner County.; Kadashan Bottom (Okla.)
    • The Kadashan Bottom Watershed Project consists of five flood control dams that were constructed in a 9,326 acre watershed in western Wagoner County near the town of Coweta. The dams were constructed between 1969 and 1979 by the Wagoner County...
    • Watershed based plan for the Lake Thunderbird watershed

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Watershed restoration--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Water quality management--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Watershed...
    • Lake Thunderbird, located in central Oklahoma, is a popular recreational lake as well as a water supply reservoir for the cities of Norman, Del City, and Midwest City, which have a combined population of approximately 178,000. Significant taste and...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Sandstone Creek watershed project : Roger Mills and Beckham counties, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Roger Mills County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Beckham County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Roger Mills County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Beckham County.; Sandstone Creek (Okla.)
    • The Sandstone Creek Watershed Project consists of 42 flood control dams (23 in Roger Mills County and 19 in Beckham County). The dams were constructed between 1950 and 1970 by the Upper Washita Conservation District with the assistance of the...
    • 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...
    • Stillwater Creek watershed project : Payne and Noble counties.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Payne County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Noble County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Payne County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Noble County.; Stillwater Creek (Okla.)
    • The Stillwater Creek Watershed Project consists of 33 flood control dams (28 in Payne County and 5 in Noble County). Eleven of the dams are in or near the Stillwater city limits. The dams were constructed by the Stillwater Creek Conservancy...
    • Okfuskee Tribs Watershed Dam No. S-1 : Okmulgee County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Okmulgee County.; Salt Creek Site S-1 Dam (Okla.); Dripping Springs Lake (Okla.)
    • The Okfuskee Tribs Watershed Dam No. S-1 (known as Driping Springs Lake) is located eight miles southwest of Okmulgee. The dam was constructed in 1976 by the City of Okmulgee and the Okmulgee County Conservation District with the assistance of the...
    • 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...

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