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Study Information

The USGS, in cooperation with the Johnson County Stormwater Management Program, is conducting a study to characterize the magnitude and sources of suspended sediments in the Mill Creek watershed.

Specifically, the study will:

This study will characterize subwatersheds/land uses which are the dominant sources of suspended sediments in the Mill Creek basin. The information will be used by the Johnson County Stormwater Program to aid in the implementation of BMPs to decrease sources of sediment to the stream.

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For Additional Information

Please contact:

Casey Lee
1217 Biltmore Dr., Lawrence, KS 66049
Tel: (785)832-3515, Fax: (785)832-3500

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