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Local vs. regional influences on local diversity in stream fish communities of Virginia
(Ecological Society of America, 1998-04)
Local species richness is a function of many factors operating at multiple spatial and temporal scales. We examined stream fish communities from regions throughout Virginia to assess (1) the relative influence of local vs, ...
Economic Analysis of Water Hauling for Southwest Virginia Communities
(Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 1998-11)
The Potential for Developing Mine Cavity Water for Water Supplies: Institutional and Water Quality Issues
(Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 1999-08)
Many communities in the coalfield counties of southwest Virginia lack adequate and safe water supplies. The ability to develop affordable local water sources by using small water treatment plants is an attractive option ...
Characterizing Fish Community Diversity Across Virginia Landscapes: Prerequisite for Conservation
(Ecological Society of America, 1999-02)
The number of community types occurring within landscapes is an important, but often unprotected, component of biological diversity. Generally applicable protocols for characterizing community diversity need to be developed ...
Inland Recreational Fishing Rights in Virginia: Implications of the Virginia Supreme Court Case Kraft v. Burr
(Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 1999-03)
The paper gives an overview of inland fishing rights in Virginia. The purpose of this paper is to (1) investigate the property rights structure of the recreational inland fishery in Virginia prior to 1996, (2) examine the ...
Water Science Reporter. Effluent Allowance Trading: A New Approach to Watershed Management
(Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 1997)
The Water Science Reporter is a publication of the National Institute for Water Resources. This issue was published for NIWR by the Virginia Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Tech.
Guidelines for liming acidified lakes and ponds
(Virginia Water Resources Research Center, 1992)
Regulatory permits and requirements for commercial aquaculture in Virginia
(Virginia Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1993-08)
This publication summarizes the permitting process for commercial aquaculture by identifying the types of permits needed, the responsible agencies, and sources for assistance with regulations and with general aquaculture ...
Crop selection, tillage practices, and chemical and nutrient applications in two regions of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
(Virginia Water Resources Research Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1992-11)
The objectives of this study were to obtain information on crop selection, tillage, and nutrient and chemical use on cropland having varying sediment loading and leaching potential. Additional objectives were the determination ...
Ospreys Use Bald Eagle Nests in Chesapeake Bay Area
(Raptor Research Foundation, 1993)
Ospreys (Pandion haliaetus) and Bald Eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) share similar breeding habitat in the Chesapeake Bay area and elsewhere. The nests of these species are similar in size and appearance. Ospreys typically ...