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  • Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District (New York City Department of Environmental Protection – Stream Management Program, 2003)
    This management plan is a guide for local residents, municipalities, interested organizations and agencies to protect and improve the Batavia Kill watershed. Addressing and preventing erosion is a central goal of the plan. ...
  • Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District (New York City Department of Environmental Protection – Stream Management Program, 2003)
    This management plan is a guide for local residents, municipalities, interested organizations and agencies to protect and improve the West Kill watershed. Addressing and preventing erosion is a central goal of the plan. ...
  • Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District (New York City Department of Environmental Protection – Stream Management Program, 2003)
    This management plan is a guide for local residents, municipalities, interested organizations and agencies to protect and improve the Manor Kill watershed. Addressing and preventing erosion is a central goal of the plan. ...
  • Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District (New York City Department of Environmental Protection – Stream Management Program, 2003)
    This management plan is a guide for local residents, municipalities, interested organizations and agencies to protect and improve the East Kill watershed. Addressing and preventing erosion is a central goal of the plan. ...
  • Carlson, M.; Feld, A.; Weisman, M.C. (2003)
    This paper provides and assessment of the watershed management program and discusses alternative environmental strategies to assist in providing cost effective water management while promoting sustainable economic growth ...
  • Smith, D.G.; Corradi, R.E. (New York City Department of Environmental Protection, 2004)
    This paper discusses the derivation of the objectives for New York City’s water quality monitoring network and how it came to be. The design was complex including many stakeholders and multiple objectives.
  • Munsell, J.; Germain, R. (Journal of Extension, 2004)
    This article analyzes data extracted from a recent mail survey of Catskill/Delaware watershed nonindustrial private forestland owners to determine if there is a relationship between the participation rates in forestry ...
  • Powell, R.O.; Miller, S.J.; Westergard, B.E.; Mulvihill, C.I.; Baldigo, B.P.; Gallagher, A.S.; Starr, R.R. (U.S. Geological Survey, 2004)
    This report presents guidelines for surveying bankfull channel geometry at USGS stream gages and developing regional hydraulic-geometry relations for wadeable streams in New York. It includes methods to collect and assess ...
  • New York City Department of Environmental Protection (Bureau of Water Supply, 2005)
    This report provides information on the progress of the NYCDEP’s efforts to improve its water protection program following the filtration avoidance determination in 2002. The water protection program functions through ...
  • LaPierre, S.; Germain, R.H. (Journal of Forestry, 2005)
    This study looks at the rate of parcelization in the Catskill-Delaware watershed of the New York City water supply system from 1984 to 2000.
  • Chen, Y.; Bhatia, S.K.; Buchanan, J.; DeKoskie, D.; VanShaack, R. (Proceedings of the 2005 Watershed Management Conference, 2005)
    In this study pre-project and post-project monitoring data were used to evaluate and model for determining effectiveness of reducing stream bank erosion. Multivariate regression techniques are used to deduce explanatory ...
  • New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (2005)
    This report is a list of the species of greatest conservation need in New York that includes information about individual species state, national, and world status; rarity; and conservation management strategies for various ...
  • Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District (2005)
    This report describes the Shoemaker stream restoration project on the West Kill Creek. It discusses the project goals, constraints of the project, site conditions, restoration strategy, project construction, post-construction ...
  • Vian, M.; Dubois, J. (New York City Department of Environmental Protection, 2006)
    This report describes the R.A. Hill Stables stream restoration project on the West Kill Creek. It discusses the project goals, constraints of the project, site conditions, restoration strategy, project construction, ...
  • Castellar, E.P. (Buck Engineering PC, 2006)
    This report includes a summary of the methodologies employed in analyzing data from the Maier Farm, Brandywine, and Big Hollow projects. Also included is information about each project site and a summary of conclusion ...
  • Arscott, D.B.; Dow, C.L.; Sweeney, B.W. (Journal of North American Benthological Society, 2006)
    The primary objective of this study was to quantify land use at three scales (reach, riparian, and watershed) that captured land use from different proportions of the watershed. The authors also compared and contrasted ...
  • Buck Engineering (2006)
    This report summarizes the issues discussed and conclusions reached at a meeting between representatives of GCSWCD, NYCDEP stream management program and Buck Engineering to reach an agreement on a general protocol for ...
  • Flemming, Gannett; Sawyer, Hazen (New York City Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Engineering Design & Construction, 2006)
    This report presents the results of Phase II of the Catskill Turbidity Control Study. The study was undertaken to identify and evaluate feasible, effective, and cost –effective measures for reliably improving the turbidity ...
  • Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District (2006)
    This report describes the Ashland Connector Reach restoration project in the Town of Ashland, New York. It discusses the project goals, constraints of the project, site conditions, restoration strategy, project construction, ...
  • Castellar, E.P; Harman, W.A.; Tweedy, K.L. (Buck Engineering PC, 2006)
    This report includes a summary of the methodologies employed in analyzing data from the Maier Farm, Brandywine, and Big Hollow projects. Also included is information about each project site and a summary of conclusion ...