• Estuarine Quality

      1985-01-01
      Urban Runoff Pollutant Inputs to Narrangansett Bay: Comparison to Point Sources (p. 159) Chesapeake Bay Nonpoint Source Pollution (p. 165) The Influence of NPS Pollution in Florida Estuaries: A Case Study (p. 172) Nonpoint Pollution Control in Small Bays of Puget Sound (p. 177) Shellfish Sanitation in Oregon: Can It Be Achieved Through Pollution Source Management? (p. 180)
    • Agricultural Issues: Eastern and Southern Experience

      1985-01-01
      Nonpoint Source Pollution: SCS Perspective (p. 239) Nonpoint Source Pollution from Plant Nutrients (p. 241) Nonpoint Source Pollution: Managing Nutrients a Key to Control (p. 244) Agricultural Land Treatment Project Planning for Off-Site Phosphorus Reduction (p. 245)
    • Cross Boundary Nonpoint Source Pollution: The Implications

      1985-01-01
      Great Lakes Pollution from Land Use Activities (p. 487) Irrigation Return Flows and Salinity Problems in the Colorado River Basin (p. 495) Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution in the Midwest (p. 497)
    • Perspectives on Nonpoint Source Pollution

      1985-01-01
      Nonpoint Source Pollution - The Illinois Approach (p. 9) The Fertilizer Industry's Perspective on Nonpoint Pollution (p. 11) Perspectives on Nonpoint Source Pollution Control: Silviculture (p. 13) Nonpoint Source Control: A Continuing Challenge (p. 14) Perspectives on Nonpoint Source Pollution Control: A Conservation View (p. 16) A Livestock Industry Perspective on Nonpoint Source Pollution Control (p. 19)
    • Rural Issues: Impact on Small Communities

      1985-01-01
      Monitoring the Managers: A Community Enterprise (p. 317) Southeast Minnesota's Karst Topography Leads to Ground Water Pollution from Nonpoint Sources (p. 319)
    • Lake Quality

      1985-01-01
      Urban Nonpoint Source Impacts on a Surface Water Supply (p. 129) Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Funding for Lake Restoration: A Case Study at Carlisle Lake (p. 138) Why Scofield Reservoir is Eutrophic: Effects of Nonpoint Source Pollutants on a Water Supply Reservoir in Utah (p. 142) Trophic State Response to Nonpoint Pollution Control: Application of Coupled Microcomputer Models to the Great Lakes (p. 147) A Project to Manage Agriculture Wastes Has Improved the Quality of Vermont's Lake Parker (p. 153)
    • Sources And Fates of Material Influencing Water Quality in the Agricultural Midwest

      1985-01-01
      Management Practices to Reduce Farm Chemical Losses with Agricultural Drainage (p. 467) The Fate of Materials Exported by the Big Blue and the Black Vermillion Rivers into Tuttle Creek Reservoir, Kansas (p. 471) The Interaction of Biological and Hydrological Phenomena that Mediate the Qualities of Water Draining Native Tallgrass Prairie on the Konza Prairie Research Natural Area (p. 478) Implications of Airshed Processes and Atmospheric Deposition of Nonpoint Pollutants (p. 483)
    • Rural Issues: Silvicultural Nonpoint Source Pollution

      1985-01-01
      U.S. Department of Agriculture's Perspective on Silvicultural Nonpoint Source Water Quality (p. 321) Implementing the Public/Private Nonpoint Source Management Partnership: A State Forestry Perspective (p. 325) The Forest Industry's Perspective of 208 (p. 330) Controlling Nonpoint Source Pollution from Silvicultural Operations: What We Know and Don't Know (p. 332)
    • Agricultural Issues: Western Experience

      1985-01-01
      Agricultural Issues: The Nebraska Perspective (p. 269) Hydropolitical Solutions to Complex Nonpoint Salinity Pollution Problems in the Colorado River Basin (p. 273) Accumulation of Sediment, Nutrients, and Cesium-137 in Prairie Potholes in Cultivated and Noncultivated Watersheds (p. 274) Irrigated Agriculture and Nonpoint Source Pollution in the San Joaquin Valley of California (p. 276)
    • Land Use Issues: Management and Assessment

      1985-01-01
      Practical Guidelines for Selecting Critical Areas for Controlling Nonpoint Source Pesticide Contamination of Aquatic Systems (p. 363) A Method for Prioritizing Water Quality Problem Areas (p. 368) The Impact of Nonpoint Source Fecal Loading on Backcountry Waters in Grand Canyon (p. 374) The Use of Wetlands in Treating Nonpoint Source Pollution (p. 380) Antidesertification of Riparian Zones and Control of Nonpoint Source Pollution (p. 382)
    • Streams and Rivers

      1985-01-01
      Monitoring Changes in Agricultural Runoff Quality in the LaPlatte River Watershed, Vermont (p. 185) Nonpoint Source Pollution in the Rice Creek Watershed District - The Results of 10 Years of Water Quality Monitoring (p. 191) Pesticide Monitoring in Kansas Surface Waters: 1973-1984 (p. 196) Effects of Intensive Agricultural Land Use on Regional Water Quality in Northwestern Ohio (p. 201)
    • Salinity: A Nonpoint Source Problem

      1985-01-01
      Managing Headwater Areas for Control of Sediment and Salt Production from Western Rangelands (p. 347) Salinity: Nonpoint Source Problem in the Colorado River Basin (p. 352) Continuous Salinity Monitoring in the Colorado River Basin by the Utah Bureau of Water Pollution Control (p. 356) Salinity Control in the Grand Valley of Colorado (p. 359)
    • Ground Water Quality

      1985-01-01
      Ground Water Contamination by Aldicarb Pesticide in Eastern Suffolk County, Long Island (p. 101) Nonpoint Source Contamination of Ground Water in Karst-Carbonate Aquifers in Iowa (p. 109) An Interdisciplinary Approach to Shallow Ground Water Contamination in North-Central Montana (p. 115) Nonpoint Source Impacts on Ground Water Quality in Major Land Resource Areas of the Southwest (p. 121) Monitoring the Effects to the Ground Water System Attributable to Agricultural Practices (p. 125)
    • Monitoring and Assessment Techniques

      1985-01-01
      The St. Albans Bay Watershed RCWP: A Case Study of Monitoring and Assessment (p. 21) Land Use Monitoring and Assessment for Nonpoint Source Pollution Control (p. 25) Appropriate Designs for Documenting Water Quality Improvements from Agricultural NPS Control Programs (p. 30) Monitoring for Water Quality Objectives in Response to Nonpoint Source Pollution (p. 30) Use of Bioassays to Determine Potential Toxicity Effects of Environmental Pollutants (p. 38)
    • Rural Issues: Coal Mining and Abandoned Land Reclamation

      1985-01-01
      Acid Mine Drainage: Surface Mine Treatment and In Situ Abatement Technology (p. 307) Coal Industry Perspectives on Nonpoint Source Pollution (p. 311) Trends in Post Mining Land Uses - Are We Doing Our Children Justice? (p. 313) Factors and Treatment of Abandoned Acid Mine Lands for Controlling Nonpoint Source Pollution (p. 314)
    • The Policy Perspective - A Look to the Grass Roots

      1985-01-01
      Welcome to Conference (p. 1) Keynote Address (p. 3) Nonpoint Source Pollution - A Problem for All (p. 5) A Congressional Viewpoint on Nonpoint Source Pollution (p. 6)
    • Case Studies

      1985-01-01
      Highway Runoff Drainage Impacts (p. 387) Rock Creek Rural Clean Water Project: The Experiment Continues (p. 391) Regulating Nonpoint Sources of Pollution from Timber Harvesting - A Case History of the California Experience (p. 397) Agricultural Nonpoint Source Studies in Southeastern Watersheds: Field Monitoring and Farmer Surveys (p. 402) Vermont's LaPlatte River Watershed Project: Lessons Learned (p. 408)
    • Legal Aspects of Nonpoint Source Pollution

      1985-01-01
      An Overview of the National Nonpoint Source Policy (p. 47) Intergovernmental Coordination: Feast or Famine? (p. 51) The Basic Legal Issues (p. 55) Compelling On-The-Ground Implementation of Measures to Control Nonpoint Source Pollution (p. 60) Controlling Nonpoint Sources of Pollution - The Federal Legal Framework and the Alternative of Nonfederal Action (p. 63)
    • Noncoal Mining and Abandoned Land Reclamation

      1985-01-01
      Crushed Stone Quarries and Land Reclamation (p. 335) Rural Issues: Noncoal Mining and Abandoned Land Reclamation (p. 337) Noncoal Mining and Reclamation (Current and Abandoned Operations) in the Tennessee River Basin (p. 340) Phosphate and Peat Mining in Florida (p. 342) Water Quality Problems Caused by Abandoned Metal Mines and Tailings (p. 344)
    • Nonpoint Programs: The Status

      1985-01-01
      Nonpoint Source Control Programs (p. 221) The Status of Silvicultural Nonpoint Source Programs (p. 223) The Association of State and Interstate Water Pollution Control Administrators (p. 227)