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Assessment of Waterfowl Habitat Restoration as an Adaptive Mechanism for Water Sustainability in the Grand Kankakee River Watershed

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2016-02-18 18:23:33
Last Update
2017-09-05 19:04:49
Start Date
2013-08
End Date
2016-12
Start Date
2013-08-05 17:33:08
End Date
2017-08-31 17:33:08

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Upper Midwest and Great Lakes Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Upper Midwest & Great Lakes LCC Data Manager(Point of Contact), LCC Network Data Steward(Point of Contact), Jessica Hellmann(Principal Investigator), Alan Hamlet(Principal Investigator), Tamatha A. Patterson(Cooperator/Partner), 2016-02-18(creation), 2017-09-05(lastUpdate), 2013-08(Start), 2016-12(End), Assessment of Waterfowl Habitat Restoration as an Adaptive Mechanism for Water Sustainability in the Grand Kankakee River Watershed

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This scenario planning decision support tool for the Kankakee River basin as a first case study/proof-of concept. Hydrology models, both surface water and groundwater, and ecology of the Kankakee River watershed will be combined to evaluate the effects of habitat restoration on water suppy ecosystem services, agricultural irrigation demands, urbanization, and waterfowl habitat, and sportsman and recreational user interests. Various scenarios for restoration identified with peer input were tested for the watershed. Each scenario results in different individual and aggregate values for ground water recharge, surface water storage, waterfowl habitat, sportsman and recreational use, and agricultural capacity. Some scenarios were be [...]

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valueThis scenario planning decision support tool for the Kankakee River basin as a first case study/proof-of concept. Hydrology models, both surface water and groundwater, and ecology of the Kankakee River watershed will be combined to evaluate the effects of habitat restoration on water suppy ecosystem services, agricultural irrigation demands, urbanization, and waterfowl habitat, and sportsman and recreational user interests. Various scenarios for restoration identified with peer input were tested for the watershed. Each scenario results in different individual and aggregate values for ground water recharge, surface water storage, waterfowl habitat, sportsman and recreational use, and agricultural capacity. Some scenarios were be [...]
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recipientUniversity of Notre Dame
sourceU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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