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    • Youth suicide is preventable!

    • Youth--Suicidal behavior--Prevention.
    • Okahoma averages 71 youth suicides per year.; Expand suicide prevention efforts among young adults, and ensure that suicide prevention programs are linked with professional mental health resources in the community.
    • Oklahoma state youth suicide prevention plan

    • Youth--Suicidal behavior--Oklahoma.; Children--Suicidal behavior--Oklahoma.; Suicide--Oklahoma--Prevention.
    • This document is the result of the work of the Oklahoma Youth Suicide Prevention Task Force, created in 1999 by the passage of House Joint Resolution 1018.; The Oklahoma Youth Suicide Prevention State Plan works to address this problem by...
    • Tulsa transition resources handbook

    • Youth--Services for--Oklahoma--Tulsa County.; Foster children--Services for--Oklahoma--Tulsa County.
    • A “how to” guide for young adults for obtaining driver’s license, social security, food handler’s permit, housing information and low cost recreational options in the Tulsa area.
    • Workforce Oklahoma center locations.

    • Workforce Oklahoma.; Job hunting--Oklahoma.; Occupational training--Oklahoma.; Employment agencies--Oklahoma--Directories.; Unemployed--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.
    • Directory gives Name of Workforce Center; Street Address; Hours of Operation; Telephone; Fax; E-mail; [link to] Local Partners; Other Helfpul Resources [links]; Assistance is available through our Workforce Oklahoma Centers, which integrate a broad...
    • 22403 wind turbine technician

    • Wind turbines--Maintenance and repair--Examinations, questions, etc.; Industrial technicians--Training of.
    • Aligned to American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) Core Skill Set; This study guide is designed to help students prepare for the Wind Turbine Technician Assessment. It not only includes information about the assessment, but also the skill standards...
    • 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...
    • Wind power assessment using Windmap

    • Wind power--Oklahoma.;Wind power--Oklahoma--Maps.
    • "The Oklahoma Wind Power Initiative is in the process of mapping the wind power resources of Oklahoma. This involves characterization of wind power at 10 meters and 50 meters over every 372 by 372-meter block of land in the state."
    • OWPI tall tower data.

    • Wind power--Oklahoma.
    • monthly (and a few annual cumulative) reports of data from towers in the Oklahoma Wind Power Initiative project; "The data will be used to research local wind resources."
    • Natural resource news

    • Wildlife management--Periodicals.; Range ecology--Periodicals.
    • In upcoming newsletters, we will introduce faculty, staff, and students in NREM and describe academic programs, cutting-edge research, and innovative outreach programs. We hope you share our excitement that articles in this newsletter will lead to...
    • Annual report

    • Wildlife conservation--Oklahoma.;Conservation of natural resources--Oklahoma.;Oklahoma. Department of Wildlife Conservation.
    • A Constitutional agency funded by sportsmen and women through their purchase of hunting and fishing licenses.; The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is the state agency responsible for managing fish and wildlife. The ODWC issues hunting...
    • Wildfires in Oklahoma

    • Wildfires--Oklahoma.
    • Fire is a naturally occurring process in all of the native ecosystems throughout Oklahoma and a recent study found that 74 percent of the residents of our state believe fire is necessary to manage the land1, but don’t want fire in their backyard....
    • Wildland strike teams & task forces

    • Wildfires--Oklahoma--Prevention and control.; Incident command systems--Oklahoma.; Emergency management--Oklahoma.
    • WHAT IS A STRIKE TEAM OR TASK FORCE? §BENEFITS OF TF/ST §BUILDING A TASK FORCE §HOW DO WE USE THEM AT AN INCIDENT? §WHAT’s THE NEXT STEP???; Organized Task Forces provide substantial firefighting forces without stripping all resources from...
    • 404 Permit Training Workshop : state projects with mitigation.

    • Wetlands--Law and legislation--United States.; Environmental permits--Oklahoma.; Roads--Design and construction--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.; Wetland mitigation--Oklahoma.
    • Permit Requiring Mitigation -We need documented proof of our attempts for Avoidance and Minimization; Types of Impacts Requiring Mitigation; * Aquatic Resources - In-Kind Rehabilitation •Aquatic Resources Enhancement •Aquatic Resources...
    • Management program for riparian wetlands to protect water quality

    • Wetland management--Oklahoma.;Riparian areas--Oklahoma--Management.;Water quality management--Oklahoma.
    • Although there has been considerable attention to upland sources of nonpoint source (NPS) pollution and conservation of agricultural resources, there has been relatively little attention in Oklahoma to management of wetland and riparian areas....
    • Wetlands monitoring program development

    • Wetland management--Geographic information systems--Oklahoma.; Geographic information systems--Oklahoma--Planning.; Deep Fork Watershed (Okla.);
    • Comprehensive wetland management in the State of Oklahoma has been hindered by the limited accessibility of pertinent information. The National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) maps are housed at only one agency in Oklahoma, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife...
    • Plugging abandoned wells fact sheet : well driller/pump contractor.

    • Wells--Abandonment--Law and legislation--Oklahoma--Popular works.; Wellhead protection--Law and legislation--Oklahoma--Popular works.; Drinking water--Contamination--Oklahoma--Prevention.; Water--Pollution--Oklahoma--Prevention.
    • The OWRB sets minimum well construction standards and licenses drillers of water wells, observation wells, water well test holes, monitoring wells, heat pump wells and geotechnical borings. The OWRB licenses water well pump installers, regulates...
    • Well driller licensing

    • Well drillers--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Well drillers--Oklahoma--Regulation.
    • To ensure the integrity of water well construction, and hence prevent potential pollution of state groundwaters, the Water Resources Board supervises a licensing program of pump installers and drillers of water supply, geothermal, observation, and...
    • 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.
    • Unified watershed assessment : final report.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma.
    • The Office of the Secretary of Environment (“OSE”) and USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (“NRCS”) worked cooperatively on a strategy to develop a UWA for the State of Oklahoma that would include all stakeholders involved in...
    • 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...

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