2 edition of human ecological impact of structural flood control on the Iowa River, Iowa found in the catalog.
human ecological impact of structural flood control on the Iowa River, Iowa
James S. Gardner
1973 by Institute of Urban and Regional Research, University of Iowa in Iowa City .
Written in English
|Statement||James S. Gardner and Nancy B. Hultquist.|
|Series||Final report - Institute of Urban and Regional Research, University of Iowa ; 10, ISWRRI ;, 58, ISWRRI (Series) ;, 58.|
|Contributions||Hultquist, Nancy, joint author., Iowa State Water Resources Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||TC424.I8 G37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 258 p. :|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||75624377|
City staff, at the time, continued to evaluate improvements to reduce flooding and flood zones within the city limits. Nearly parcels were left to evaluate for protection. Evaluations of this area were conducted in FY as part of the Dearborne and 38th Street bridge design. IFSMA is an Iowa Corporation, organized for the purposes of: promoting public awareness and education of proper floodplain and stormwater management; promoting the professional status of floodplain and stormwater professionals; enhancing cooperation and exchange of information among professionals in fields related to floodplain and stormwater. ty. However, 95% of Iowa’s wet-lands have been drained, lost or altered from their pre-settlement state. Draining Iowa’s wetlands for agriculture has led to serious ecological consequences such as compromised water quality, natu-ral habitat damage and increased flood incidence and consequenc-es. Contaminants exceed legal. Data compiled by the Environmental Working Group shows Iowa as the 2 nd highest recipient of subsidies for agriculture in the nation; of the nearly $23 billion in subsidies given to Iowa farmers between over $18 billion went to farmers as corn and soybean commodity subsidies as compared to only $ billion for conservation and.
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