1 edition of Jordan Creek Watershed, Warren County, Indiana found in the catalog.
Prepared under the authority of the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act (Public Law 566, 83rd Congress, 68 Stat. 666), as amended. Issued Oct. 1975. Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Watershed work plan, Jordan Creek Watershed, Warren County, Indiana.|
|Statement||prepared ... [with] technical assistance by:|
|Contributions||United States. Forest Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Indiana. Dept. of Natural Resources|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13, 6, 67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S. states and additional territories. Our hydrologic monitoring stations continue to send data in near real-time to NWISWeb, and we are continuing critical water monitoring activities to. Indiana Counties Acres Benton County: 18, Vermillion County: 21, Warren County: 47, Grey shaded digit watersheds fall completely or partially within Indiana. Shaded digit watershed names and acres are on page 2. 4-digit labels represent the last 4 numbers of the digit watershed code. *Please note, all acres are approximate.
Trail Creek Watershed Partnership, Michigan City, Indiana. likes. The Trail Creek Watershed is 37,+ acres of land and 90 miles of waterways draining northern LaPorte County, Indiana into Lake Followers: Fountain and Warren Counties (Indiana) Fact Book. Apr 6, ; Benton County Fact Book. I am an interested possible beneficiary of the Jordan Creek Wind Project (JCWP). I live out of state and nowhere near Jordan Creek. I have very little, if any, control of whether the property involving me will lend their land to.
Most of the water that falls on Monroe County flows west into the New River. Indian Creek and Rich Creek flow directly into the New, while waters from Second Creek and Wolf Creek get to the New by way of the Greenbrier River. A small amount of water in the eastern part of the county . Warren County Concerned Citizens. likes 81 talking about this. Residents seeking protection from wind farm development.
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Jordan Creek Watershed, Warren County, Indiana: final environmental impact statement Item Preview. Buy Jordan Creek Watershed, Warren County, Indiana: Final environmental impact statement by Gillman, Cletus J (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Cletus J Gillman.
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Jordan Creek Watershed: Work Plan For Watershed Protection, Flood Prevention, And Agricultural Water Management, Warren County Indiana, Vermilion County Illinois. Print.
These citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style. Please use. A water-quality assessment of the Jordan Creek watershed, Warren County, Indiana.
The Jordan Creek is a tributary of the Little Lehigh Creek and drains a watershed area located predominantly within Lehigh Indiana book, but with a small portion which lies within Carbon County. The creek has a drainage area of square miles and is comprised of four ( File Size: 2MB. The northwestern corner of the county is in the Vermilion Watershed, which covers 1, square miles (in Indiana and Illinois).
This watershed is drained by Jordan Creek, of which Leak Ditch and Little Creek are tributaries. Jordan Creek then flows to the Vermilion River, which later joins the Wabash Size: KB.
Jordan Creek - Warren County Road ROW Easement () - Ex H to RUA. Exhibit F Electric Crossings Warren () PUBLIC NOTICE: Corner Section survey work will be starting in the Jordan Creek Windfarm area.
Westwood Professional Services is the contract company, they will leave door hangers or try to contact the land owner as they are working. LOCATION: Warren County Soil & Water Conservation District E.
State Road 28 Williamsport, IN PHONE: () Watershed Description Jordan Creek is a small, clear water stream located in the Mendenhall Valley (Figure 1), approximately 12 miles west of downtown Juneau, Alaska. Steep mountains border the valley to the west and east, and the Mendenhall Glacier is located at the north end.
Prior to the. Warren County Soil and Water Conservation District (Ind.): Jordan Creek Watershed: work plan for watershed protection, flood prevention, and agricultural water management, Warren County Indiana, Vermilion County Illinois., also by United States.
Soil Conservation Service (page images at HathiTrust). Indiana. Conservancy Districts. JORDAN CREEK 44 SPRINGS VALLEY 11 34 Flat Rock Creek (I) 81 HoneyCreekVigo1 Indiana Beach 5 35 Little Walnut Creek 82 Lake McCoy 9 Northwest Lake 36 Four 83County Mill Creek (D) Nineveh 5 South Richland 4.
The West Fork White River (Marion County) Watershed is located in central Indiana, draining approximately square miles in Marion County. Major streams included in the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) report are West Fork White River, Pleasant Run.
Vermilion County, Illinois 64 Iroquois County, Illinois 10 3 Warren County, Indiana 66 23 Benton County, Indiana 29 10 The North Fork Vermilion River (NFVR) Watershed is located within hydrologic unit and includes all waters upstream of the dam at the south end of Lake Vermilion.
Jordan Creek Wind. likes. The Jordan Creek Wind Farm is a wind project proposed for Benton and Warren Counties in Indiana that will have a capacity. Warren County has two conservancy districts, Jordan Creek Conservancy District and Kickapoo Creek Conservancy District.
A Conservancy District is a special taxing district created to provide flood control, irrigation, potable water or wastewater service within a specified area. Creek Water Paperback – February 2, by Robert Starr (Author) › Visit Amazon's Robert Starr Page.
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Indiana-American Northwest, and Michigan City) and the Ohio River (source water for Evansville) are so large that they are not included on these maps. A county may include watersheds for communities that are not located within the county. In the map of Ripley County shown at right, drinking water supply watersheds are shown for Batesville.
Jordan Creek is a stream in Clay and Owen counties, in the U.S. state of Indiana. It is a tributary of the Eel River. The stream was named after the Jordan River in West Asia.
Jordan Creek – The MW wind project, to be developed and constructed by NextEra Energy Resources, LLC will be located in Benton and Warren counties, near Williamsport, Ind.
The project will include an estimated wind turbines. NIPSCO will purchase the power directly from Jordan Creek, who will operate and maintain the facilities.STATION JORDAN CREEK AT ALLENTOWN, PA LOCATIONLat 40`37'23", long 75`28'58", Lehigh County, Hydrologic Uniton right bank ft upstream from bridge on State Highwaymi northwest of city limits of Allentown, and mi upstream from mouth.
DRAINAGE AREA square miles. PERIOD OF RECORD.Pence is a small unincorporated community in Jordan Township, Warren County, in the U.S. state of Indiana. Pence was founded in September by Frank R. Pence, who purchased 40 acres (, m 2) of land for the purpose.
InPence became the smallest town in the United States to have a central water y: United States.