In addition to the many links that appear throughout this issue, we have gathered the following recommended resources on the Ohio River Bioregion. They include web sites, recommended reading material, relevant news items and general environmental news links.
The 3 Rivers Wet Weather Demonstration Program
End Mountain Top Removal Action and Resource Center
Illinois Department of Natural Resources
Indiana Department of Natural Resources
Kentucky Department for Natural Resources
Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District
Maryland Department of Natural Resources
The Nature Conservancy, Green River Bioreserve
The Nature Conservancy, Darby Creek Watershed
The Nature Conservancy, Clinch River
Ohio Department of Natural Resources
The Ohio Environmental Council
Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education
Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition
Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
Pennsylvania Environmental Council
Rivers Institute at Hanover College
Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Louisville District
U.S. EPA Region 3: Nonpoint Source Pollution
USGS Real Time Stream Kentucky Stream Flow Data
USGS Real Time Stream Ohio Stream Flow Data
USGS Real Time Stream West Virginia Stream Flow Data
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Ohio River Valley Ecosystem (ORVE) Team
West Virginia Division of Natural Resources
West Virginia Rivers Coalition
Braun, E.L. 1950. Deciduous Forests of Eastern North America. New York: Hafner Publishing.
Martin, W.H., S.G. Boyce and A.C. Echternacht (eds.) 1993. Biodiversity of the Southeastern United States: Upland Terrestrial Communities. New York; John Wiley. (Dr. Martin particularly recommends chapters 1-3.)
Martin, W.H., S.G. Boyce and A.C. Echternacht (eds.) 1993. Biodiversity of the Southeastern United States: Lowland Terrestrial Communities. New York; John Wiley.
Hackney, C.T., M. Adams and W.H. Martin (eds.) 1993. Biodiversity of the Southeastern United States: Aquatic Communities. New York; John Wiley.
(Dr. Martin particularly recommends chapters 1-5; 11.)
Hedeen, Stanley, 1994. The Mill Creek: An Unnatural History of an Urban Stream. Blue Heron Press.
Combined Sewer Regulation and Management a Manual of Practice
First American West: The Ohio River Valley 1750-1820
Diatoms of the upper Ohio River Basin and Selected Tributaries: Atlas of Species and their roles in river ecology
Ohio River Mainstem Systems Study
What are combined sewers and combined sewer overflows?
Environmental News Links & Relevant Articles
National Watersheds: The Ohio River Basin
The Ohio River Valley: Nerve center of the Commonwealth plays big role in nation’s economy