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Rouge Project Presentations on the Wetlands Program

Representatives of the Rouge Project have presented technical papers and presentations at professional meetings and conferences about the wetland program being implemented in the Rouge River watershed. Those papers and presentations are listed below and can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate title. See also "Wetland Program Reports" for more technical information on the wetlands program.

DATE TITLE OF PAPER OR PRESENTATION AND AUTHOR(S)
October 1999 Restoration of an Urban Lake: The Newburgh Lake Project, John O'Meara, James Murray and James Ridgway, 10 pages, WEFTEC 99, New Orleans.
June 1998 The Effectiveness of Freshwater Wetlands for Nonpoint Source Pollution Control in the Rouge River Watershed, Donald L. Tilton, Douglas L. Denison, and Flora McCormack, 10 pages, WEF Specialty Conference: Advances in Urban Wet Weather Pollution Reduction, Cleveland.
February 1998 Identifying Wetland Restoration Opportunities in the Rouge River Watershed, Donald L. Tilton, 6 pages, The National Conference on Retrofit Opportunities for Water Resource Protection in Urban Environments, Chicago.

 


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The Rouge River National Wet Weather Demonstration Project is funded, in part, by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Grants #XP995743-01, -02, -03, -04, -05, -06, -07 and C-264000-01.