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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,...
    • Protocol to determine the optimal placement of riparian/buffer strips in watersheds

    • Buffer zones (Ecosystem mangement)--Methodology.; Buffer zones (Ecosystem management)--Oklahoma--Delaware County.;Watershed management--Methodology.;Watershed management--Oklahoma--Delaware County.
    • Riparian buffers are a commonly recommended Best management Practice (BMP); By evaluating the effectiveness of riparian buffers at all potential sites within a watershed we can optimally place the buffers in targeted areas to generate the most...
    • Evaluating cost effective technologies to reduce phosphorus loading to surface waters for the...

    • Water--Phosphorus content--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma--Spavinaw, Lake, Watershed.;Nutrient pollution of water--Oklahoma--Spavinaw, Lake, Watershed.;Water quality management--Oklahoma--Spavinaw, Lake, Watershed.;Poultry--Manure--Environmental...
    • Hydrological and nutrient dynamics analysis shows that reduction of external phosphorus loading to lakes Eucha and Spavinaw in the Ozark region is necessary to mitigate the problem of lakes eutrophication.; The main problem treated in the study was...
    • Middle North Canadian basin : targeting critical source areas and modeling Lake Overholser

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--North Canadian River Watershed.;Water quality management--Oklahoma--North Canadian River Watershed.;Nutrient pollution of water--Oklahoma--Blaine County.;Nutrient pollution of water--Oklahoma--Canadian...
    • The objective of this project is to predict the required nutrient load reduction necessary to improve the water quality of lake Overholser. This task will require observed data and/or SWAT (Soil and Water Assessment Tool) model output.
    • Estimating watershed level nonpoint source loading for the state of Oklahoma

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Oklahoma--Computer simulation.;Nitrogen cycle--Oklahoma.;Phosphorus cycle (Biogeochemistry)--Oklahoma.;Nutrient cycles--Oklahoma.;Nitrogen in agriculture--Oklahoma--Statistics.;Phosphorus in...
    • Using state-wide coverages of digital elevation, soils, land use/cover data, along with county information including livestock inventories, commercial fertilizers, soil test phosphorus results, weather and reservoir data, models were constructed to...
    • Poteau River comprehensive watershed management program TMDL component

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Wister Lake Watershed.; Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--Oklahoma--Wister Lake Watershed.;
    • In summary, we have developed or obtained the appropriate GIS data layers (land use, topography, soils, poultry house locations, soil test phosphorus), and used computer models and water quality data to predict phosphorus loading to Wister Lake...
    • Demonstrating BMPs to protect surface water quality from land application of animal wastes

    • Animal waste--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.; Water quality management--Oklahoma.; Nonpoint source pollution--Oklahoma.; Manures--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.; Best management practices (Pollution prevention)
    • Poultry, swine and dairy production has grown significantly across the region and represents an important economic opportunity. However, this increase in production has led to an increase in the potential for surface and ground water contamination...
    • Basin-wide pollution inventory for the Illinois River comprehensive basin management program :...

    • Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed management--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed hydrology--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Watershed management--Oklahoma.; Watershed hydrology--Oklahoma.; Water...
    • Volume I The purpose of this project is to provide assistance in the implementation of the Illinois River Watershed Implementation Program, which is part of Oklahoma's Section 319 Management Program. This project is one component of a comprehensive...
    • Fort Cobb basin : modeling and land cover classification /

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed--Computer simulation.; Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed (Okla.); Hydrologic models--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed.; Water--Phosphorus content--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir...
    • The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) is developing a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for the Fort Cobb Reservoir/Cobb Creek Basin. The Fort Cobb Basin is located in Southwestern Oklahoma in Caddo, Washita, and Custer Counties....
    • Illinois River upland and in-stream phosphorus modeling : final report /

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.);Water--Phosphorus content--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.);Phosphorus in agriculture--Environmental aspects--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.)
    • The primary purpose of this project was to predict reductions in poultry litter application and point source phosphorus discharges which will be required to meet the 0.037mg/l Oklahoma criterion.; A secondary goal of this project was to evaluate...
    • Monitoring edge of field P loss to validate P loss index for the Spavinaw Creek Watershed

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Measurement.;Nonpoint source pollution--Spavinaw Creek Watershed (Okla. and Ark.);Water--Phosphorus content--Measurement.;Water--Phosphorus content--Mathematical models.;Water quality--Spavinaw Creek Watershed (Okla. and...
    • The implementation of BMPs is often used to reduce P loss from agricultural and urban lands. State and federal programs, such as the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP), Environmental Quality...
    • Hydrologic modeling of the Oklahoma/Arkansas Illinois River basin using SWAT 2005

    • Hydrologic models--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.);Water--Phosphorus content--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.)--Computer simulation.;Nonpoint source pollution--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.)--Computer...
    • Oklahoma recently set a 0.037 mg/l total phosphorus criterion for scenic rivers. Both point and nonpoint sources have been blamed for elevated phosphorus in the Illinois River.; The primary purpose of this project was to predict reductions in...
    • Targeting high non-point source contributing areas in the Turkey Creek basin

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Oklahoma--Turkey Creek Watershed (Alfalfa County-Kingfisher County)--Remote sensing.;Nonpoint source pollution--Oklahoma--Turkey Creek Watershed (Alfalfa County-Kingfisher County)--Measurement.;Water quality...
    • The focus of this project is to identify target areas within the Turkey Creek Basin, and to evaluate remotely sensed imagery for the purpose of targeting in riparian corridors.;Turkey Creek is located in west central Oklahoma. Sections of Turkey...
    • Satellite comparison for riparian corridor analysis

    • Watershed management--Remote sensing.;Best management practices (Pollution prevention)--Remote sensing.;Turkey Creek Watershed (Alfalfa County-Kingfisher County, Okla.)--Remote sensing images.
    • The Oklahoma Conservation Commission (OCC) has a finite amount of monies available to implement best management practices (BMP’s) throughout Oklahoma watersheds. In an effort to more efficiently use the funds, the OCC is quantitatively targeting...
    • Scale-dependent phosphorus leaching in alluvial floodplains

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Ozark Mountains.; Ozark Mountains.; Alluvial plains--Ozark Mountains.; Phosphorus--Environmental aspects; Soils--Phosphorus content--Ozark Mountains.;
    • Increased nutrient loads have resulted in several adverse impacts on surface water quality, including excessive algal growth, fish kills, and drinking water taste and odor issues across the United States and especially in the Ozark ecoregion of...
    • Illinois River riparian targeting.

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Illinois River (Ark. and Okla.); Water quality management--Illinois River (Ark. and Okla.); Riparian areas--Geographic information systems.
    • "The primary objective of this project was to identify the optimal placement of riparian buffer strips in the Illinois River Basin.";"Riparian buffers are a commonly recommended Best Management Practice (BMP) to reduce nonpoint source...
    • Hydrologic modeling of the Great Salt Plains basin

    • Water quality management--Great Salt Plains Lake Watershed (Kan. and Okla.);Hydrologic models--Great Salt Plains Lake Watershed (Kan. and Okla.);Great Salt Plains Lake Watershed (Kan. and Okla.)
    • On the shores of the Great Salt Plains Reservoir lie 11,000 acres of salt plains, most of which is part of the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge.; The purpose of this project is to recommend BMPs (Best Management Practices) for wheat and other...
    • Scale-dependent phosphorus leaching in alluvial floodplains

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Ozark Mountains.; Ozark Mountains.; Alluvial plains--Ozark Mountains.; Phosphorus--Environmental aspects; Soils--Phosphorus content--Ozark Mountains.;
    • This research hypothesizes that macropores and gravel outcrops in alluvial floodplains have a significant, scale-dependent impact on contaminant leaching through soils; therefore, both soil matrix and macropore infiltration must be accounted for in...
    • Stillwater Creek modeling and land cover classification.

    • Soil erosion prediction--Oklahoma--Stillwater Creek Watershed.;Land cover--Oklahoma--Stillwater Creek Watershed.;Water quality management--Okahoma--Stillwater Creek Watershed.
    • "The majority of the Stillwater Creek Basin is located in Payne County Oklahoma with portions extending into Logan and Noble counties.";"Stillwater Creek, Little Stillwater Creek, Brush Creek, and Lake Carl Blackwell are listed on the 1998 303(d)...
    • Modeling non-point source component for the Fort Cobb TMDL : final report

    • Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir.;Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--Oklahoma--Washita County.
    • "The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ) is developing a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for the Fort Cobb Reservoir/Cobb Creek Basin.";"The modeling was divided into three components, all performed by Oklahoma State University; ...

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