Browsing Water Resources Management by Author "Homsey, Andrew"

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  • Kauffman, Gerald; Homsey, Andrew; Corrozi Narvaez, Martha; Chatterson, Sarah; McVey, Erin; Mack, Stacey (2010-12-22)
    This report summarizes trends in the Christina Basin from 1995-2010 for (1) population, (2) land use, (3) water quality, (4) population/water quality vs. land use, (5) water temperature, and (6) streamflow. The Christina ...
  • Kauffman, Gerald; Homsey, Andrew; Chatterson, Sarah; McVey, Erin; Mack, Stacey (2011-06-29)
    What do Boeing, Sunoco, Campbell’s Soup, DuPont, Wawa, Starbucks, Iron Hill Brewery, the Philadelphia Eagles, Salem Nuclear Power Plant, and the United States Navy have in common? They all depend on the waters of the ...
  • Corrozi Narvaez, Martha; Homsey, Andrew (2012-06-27)
    Controlling and managing stormwater that runs off roadways―impervious surfaces―into the state’s surface waters are a major part of DelDOT’s responsibilities. As authorized under the Clean Water Act, the National Pollutant ...
  • Homsey, Andrew; Kauffman, Gerald; Schnick, Lori (2006-09-01)
    This report provides a recommended priority watershed strategy for the streams in southern New Castle County, Delaware. This strategy is designed to be consistent with the (1) total maximum daily loads (TMDL) issued ...
  • Kauffman, Gerald; Belden, Andrew; Homsey, Andrew (2009-01-16)
    For many environmental indicators, the health of the Delaware River Basin has improved or at least remained stable in many watersheds, even in the face of an industrial legacy, increased land development, a growing ...
  • Corrozi, Martha; Homsey, Andrew; Kauffman, Gerald; Farris, Erika; Seymour, Maureen (2009-01-20)
    The White Clay Creek watershed is rich in natural resources and history and provides numerous benefits to people. However, increasing suburbanization and legacy pollutants threaten to degrade the ecological landscape of ...

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