Missouri Watershed Information Network (MoWIN) is partnership of state and federal agencies, nongovernmental organizations, local government, business, industry, individuals, citizen-based watershed and natural resource interest groups working together to facilitate in locating and accessing information relative to Missouri watersheds

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  • Web-Based Tools for Environmental Planning 

    Barnett, Chris (University of Missouri Extension, 2007-04)
    This presentation describes the goals of CARES (Center for Agricultural, Resource and Environmental Systems ) to promote understanding of resource issues using information technologies, including Geographic Information ...
  • Manure/CAFO regualtions update 

    Fulhage, Charles Duane (University of Missouri Extension, 2007-04)
    This presentation discusses the EPA requirement that new facilities must make phosphorus assessment, and discusses how phosphorus will be managed, suggesting that management strategies for phosphorus can be developed with ...
  • Watershed planning: a community development process 

    Broz, Bob; Downing, Dan; Tharp, John J.A. (University of Missouri Extension, 2007-04)
    Community Development/Watershed Management is a process to counsel, educate, and cooperate with communities as they develop assets to seek solutions and solve problems, directly or indirectly affecting quality of life. ...
  • Urban Erosion and Sediment Pollution 

    Thompson, Allen L. (University of Missouri Extension, 2007-04)
    This presentation discusses urban erosion and sediment pollution, including Polyacrylamide.
  • Conservation Buffers and Pollution Reduction 

    Gold, Michael Alan; Udawatta, Ranjith P., 1956- (University of Missouri Extension, 2007-04)
    This presentation includes two parts. The first part (83 slides) discusses riparian forest buffers, including function, types and design considerations. The second part (68 slides) discusses findings that agroforestry and ...
  • Fecal Source Tracking for Water Quality 

    Carson, Andy C. (University of Missouri Extension, 2007-04)
    This presentation discusses identification of human and nonhuman sources of fecal pollution in waterways, including bacterial source tracking services based on DNA fingerprinting methods.
  • Lake and Reservoir Dynamics 

    Obrecht, Daniel V., 1965- (University of Missouri Extension, 2007-04)
    This presentation discusses common pollutants, how they impact water quality and regional trends of these pollutants.
  • Nitrogen in the Environment 

    Scharf, Peter C. (Peter Clifton), 1959- (University of Missouri Extension, 2007-04)
    This presentation discusses where Nitrogen in the environment comes from, its effects, and ways to address its adverse effects.