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    • 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...
    • Using tree ring analysis to determine fire history in the Oklahoma Ozarks

    • Dendochronology--Ozark Mountains.; Fire ecology--Ozark Mountains--History.; Fire ecology--Oklahoma--J.T. Nickel Family nature and Wildlife Preserve--History.; Dendochronology--Oklahoma--J.T. Nickel Family Nature and Wildlife Preserve.; J. T. Nickel...
    • To determine the fire history of an oak-pine forest, woodland, and savanna mosaic in the Oklahoma Ozarks, and to examine the key factors that historically influenced fire regimes in the region.
    • Avian influenza.

    • Avian influenza--Popular works.
    • The Asian H5N1 “bird flu” is not present anywhere in North America. There have been no records of positive tests in wild or do-mestic birds, or cases of human illness in the U.S. ; What is avian influenza? Avian influenza, or “bird flu,” is...
    • Water quality primer

    • Water quality--Oklahoma.; Water--Pollution--Oklahoma.
    • This booklet is an introduction to water resources and pollution ecology. Many people feel that water pollution is an issue, but they do not necessarily know why various pollutants are a problem.; The 'Water Quality Primer' provides basic,...
    • Avian influenza

    • Avian influenza--Popular works.
    • The H5N1 and H7N9 “bird flu” is not present anywhere in North America. There have been norecords of positive tests in wild or domestic birds, or cases of human illness in the U.S.; What is avian influenza? Avian influenza, or “bird flu”, is...
    • Air installation compatible use zone study : Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma.

    • Airports--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma--Tinker Air Force Base.; Tinker Air Force Base (Okla.)--Environmental aspects.; Noise pollution--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.; Airport noise--Oklahoma--Oklahoma County.; Airport zoning--Oklahoma--Midwest...
    • "This study is an update of the 1998 Tinker Air Force Base (AFB), Oklahoma Air Installation Compatible Use Zone (AICUZ) Study. The update presents and documents changes to the AICUZ amendment for the period 1998-2006 and is based on the January...
    • Brucellosis

    • Brucellosis--Popular works.
    • What is brucellosis? Brucellosis, also called undulant fever, is an infectious disease caused by different species of the bacteria Brucella. It is usually a disease of animals, but it can sometimes cause disease in humans who have had contact with...
    • The Sutton newsletter, winter 2011 v.37

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    • Sequoyahh Nest Cam Success!; Public Enjoys Sequoyah Nest Cam by Chad D. Ford; Oklahoma and the Listing Process for Lesser Prairie-Chicken by Lena c. Larsson and Steve K. Sherrod; White-Tailed Ptarmigan Survey Efforts - 2011 by Don H. Wolfe; You can...
    • Proposed plan, Tulsa Fuel and Manufacturing Superfund site, Collinsville, Oklahoma.

    • Hazardous waste site remediation--Oklahoma--Collinsville--Planning.; Tulsa Fuel & Manufacturing Superfund Site (Okla.); Soil remediation--Oklahoma--Collinsville--Planning.
    • This Proposed Plan, part of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) process, identifies the preferred alternative for remediating the contamination associated with the Tulsa Fuel and Manufacturing...
    • Tularemia.

    • Tularemia--Popular works.
    • What is tularemia? Tularemia is a bacterial disease of humans and animals caused by the bacteria Francisella tularensis. It was once commonly referred to as "rabbit fever." nationally, Oklahoma is one of the states with relatively higher numbers of...
    • West Nile virus

    • West Nile virus--Popular works.
    • What is West Nile virus? West Nile virus is one of a group of viruses called arboviruses that are spread by mosquitoes and may cause illness in birds, animals, and humans. West Nile virus was not known to be present in the United States until the...
    • 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
    • Annual summary of infectious diseases

    • Communicable diseases--Oklahoma--Statistics--Periodicals.
    • Oklahoma Disease Reporting Summary; The information contained in this summary consolidates surveillance and reports of disease in Oklahoma for [year]. Specifically it contains: 1) information on infectious disease reports at the state and county...
    • Attorney General opinion, 2013-15, 09/27/2013

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    • Is an individual receiving benefits as developmentally disabled or under Medicaid classified as receiving "assistance under the Social Security Laws of this state" as provided for in 56 O.S.2011, § 192, which creates an exemption from court costs...
    • Yellow fever.

    • Yellow fever--Popular works.
    • What is Yellow fever? Yellow fever is a disease that is caused by a virus that is spread to humans by the bite of an infected mosquito.
    • Fire effects in native plant communities

    • Prescribed burning--Oklahoma.; Forests and forestry--Fire management--Environmental aspects.; Endemic plants.;
    • Most of Oklahoma’s native prairies, shrublands, and forests are out of balance because of fire suppression. A good example of this is the invasion of eastern redcedar and ashe juniper into prairies, shrublands, and forests throughout Oklahoma....
    • Currents

    • Grand River Dam Authority--Periodicals.
    • GRDA Currents is produced by the Grand River Dam Authority for employees, retirees, families and friends.
    • 2012 Oklahoma pandemic response plan.

    • Influenza--Oklahoma.; Epidemics--Oklahoma.;
    • The Oklahoma Pandemic Response Plan (“Plan”) was previously known as the Oklahoma Pandemic Influenza Management Plan. The Plan and its appendices were originally developed as guidance for a coordinated statewide, multi-sector response to...
    • 2030 Osage County comprehensive plan

    • Osage County (Okla.)--Planning.; Regional planning--Oklahoma--Osage County.
    • The 2030 Plan will be a “living document’ and the result of a very public process whereby a vision of the County and its physical development is reduced to statements of standards and strategies, goals, policies objectives and detailed plans...
    • Blue Thumb volunteer data interpretations

    • Stream conservation--Oklahoma.; Water quality--Oklahoma.; Stream ecology--Oklahoma.
    • For volunteers who want to know more, Blue Thumb holds data interpretation sessions to help volunteers understand the results of their monitoring efforts. When volunteers anlayze the data they have collected, interpret it, and then write about it,...
    • Q fever

    • Q fever--Popular works.
    • What is Q Fever? Q Fever is caused by the bacteria Coxiella burnetii and infects both humans and animals. The bacteria is typically spread from non-symptomatic animals and causes flu-like symptoms in humans.
    • Expert report of J. Berton Fisher, Ph.D., CPG, RPG (TX#0201; MS#0301)

    • Water quality--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Poultry industry--Waste disposal--Illinois River Watershed (Ark.-Okla.); Illinois River Watershed (Ark.-Okla.); Oklahoma. Office of the Attorney General--Trials, litigation, etc.; Oklahoma....
    • I was retained by the Oklahoma Attorney General, beginning in 2004, to evaluate, provide analysis regarding and to advise on matters pertaining to poultry waste generation, poultry waste disposal practices and the fate and transport of land applied...
    • Fire effects in Oklahoma

    • Forests and forestry--Fire management--Oklahoma.; Forests and forestry--Oklahoma--History.; Prescribed burning--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.
    • Introduction and Historical Overview Most of Oklahoma’s native prairies, shrublands, and forests are out of balance because of fire suppression. A good example of this is the invasion of eastern redcedar and ashe juniper into prairies,...
    • The MRC monitor, winter 2007

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    • 2007 - MRC Promotes Healthy Oklahoma; Oklahoma Scores Highest in Nation on Preparedness Report Card; Programs Support Surgeon General's Goals; Next Steps, What's on the Horizon at MRC? Survey Results Are In! Volunteer Voices - Ideas Shared in...
    • Expert report of Valerie J. Harwood, Ph.D.

    • Water quality--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Poultry industry--Waste disposal--Illinois River Watershed (Ark.-Okla.); Illinois River Watershed (Ark.-Okla.); Oklahoma. Office of the Attorney General--Trials, litigation, etc.; Oklahoma....
    • I was retained by the State of Oklahoma concerning its investigation of poultry waste disposal in the Illinois River Watershed (IRW). My experience and expertise was sought in the matter of microbial contamination of water bodies, its possible...
    • Bacteria total maximum daily loads for streams in upper Cimarron river area, Oklahoma

    • Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--Cimarron River Watershed.; Bacterial pollution of water--Cimarron River Watershed.; Escherichia coli--Environmental aspects--Cimarron River Watershed.; Enterococcus--Environmental aspects--Cimarron River...
    • The purpose of this TMDL report is to establish pollutant load allocations for indicator bacteria in impaired waterbodies, which is the first step toward restoring water quality and protecting public health.; This report documents the data and...
    • Oklahoma aquatic nuisance species management plan

    • Non-indigenous aquatic pests--Control--Oklahoma.; Aquatic resources conservation--Oklahoma.
    • Aquatic Nuisance Species (ANS) pose significant ecological and socio-economic threats to aquatic ecosystems in Oklahoma. Zebra mussels, golden alga, white perch, hydrilla, among others, have already become established in Oklahoma aquatic systems....

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