biological assessment of sites in the Judith River watershed, Judith Basin County, Montana

August-September 2003 by Wease Bollman

Publisher: Rhithron Associates in Missoula, Mont

Written in English
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  • Aquatic invertebrates -- Montana.,
  • Aquatic invertebrates -- Habitat -- Montana.,
  • Water quality biological assessment -- Montana.,
  • Judith River Watershed (Mont.)

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Statementby Wease Bollman.
ContributionsMontana. Dept. of Environmental Quality., Rhithron Associates, Inc.
The Physical Object
Pagination17 p. :
Number of Pages17
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23281589M
OCLC/WorldCa55230762

The Montana State Periodical Index (MPI) bibliographic index has over 6, citations for articles in periodicals produced by seven Montana publishers from the through Montana publications include Montana Business Quarterly, Montana Magazine, Montana Magazine of the Northern Rockies, Montana Outdoors, Montana the Magazine of Western. Potentiometric-surface map of water in the Judith River Formation in the Northern Great Plains area of Montana, , Open-File Report Quality of surface water at selected sites in the Suwannee River basin, Florida, , Open-File Report Powder River County, Montana, during , , Open-File Report Varricchio, D. J. Taphonomy of Jack's Birthday Site, a diverse dinosaur bonebed from the Upper Cretaceous Two Medicine Formation of Montana. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, Voorhies, M. R. Taphonomy and population dynamics of the early Pliocene vertebrate fauna, Know County, Nebraska. Proclamation establishing Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument did not require programmatic changes to grazing management policies in associated resource plan (Gould J.).

Tongue River basin was expanded to 11 sites in These sites, plus three sites in the Powder River basin and one site in the Rosebud Creek basin, are operated to assist water managers with assessing the potential effects of coal-bed methane development. . McCone County Montana (1) Phillips Powder River basin (1) South Carolina Judith River Formation (1) Kanguk Formation (1) K-T boundary (2) Lance Formation (1) Maestrichtian. The large size (up to 7 L in volume), fibrous contents, and associated bones and eggshell strongly suggest that the source animals at one site were Maiasaura hadrosaurs. The wood-bearing coprolites occur in strata ranging in age from ∼74–80 Ma, revealing a recurring (possibly seasonal) habit .

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Subjects: Algae Groundwater Judith River Judith River (Mont.) Montana Quality Water quality biological assessment Biological integrity of the Redwater River in the vicinity of Circle, Montana based on the composition and structure of biological assessment of sites in the Judith River watershed Benthic algae community /.

The Missouri River is the longest river in North America. Rising in the Rocky Mountains of western Montana, the Missouri flows east and south for 2, miles (3, km) before entering the Mississippi River north of St. Louis, river drains a sparsely populated, semi-arid watershed of more thansquare miles (1, km 2), which includes parts of ten U.S.

states and two. Status and Risk of Extinction for Westslope Cutthroat Trout in the Upper Missouri River Basin, Montana Article (PDF Available) in North American Journal of Fisheries Management 17(4) Groundwater nitrate–nitrogen (nitrate–N) concentrations above the drinking water standard of 10 mg L⁻¹ are common in the Judith River Watershed (JRW) of semiarid central Montana.

The Missouri River is the longest river in North America and a major waterway of the central United States. Rising in the Rocky Mountains of western Montana, the Missouri flows east and south for 2, miles (3, km) before entering the Mississippi River north of St.

Louis, river takes drainage from a sparsely populated, semi-arid watershed of more than half a million square. Judith River mean monthly streamflows are projected to decrease every month for the and periods, with the largest decreases in the summer.

Precipitation in the Judith River watershed is projected to increase much less than in the Belt Creek watershed, leading to more consistent decreases in simulated Judith River future streamflows. Shallow Aquifer Of The Judith River Basin, Montana. Christine Miller S German Gulch Fish Screen Project:Lessons Learned Les Perkins Stream-loss Recharge To The Madison Aquifer In Central Montana Kevin Chandler Baseline Assessment of Riparian Function of Long Creek, Centennial Valley, Southwest Montana Robert Thomas.

Data Basin is a science-based mapping and analysis platform that supports learning, research, and sustainable environmental stewardship. [email protected] Jesse Fulbright Liberty County Extension Office First St.

East P.O. Box Chester, MT [email protected] Marko Manoukian Phillips County Extension Office 10 ½ South 4th East (Library Bldg.) P.O. Box Malta, MT [email protected] Katie Hatlelid Judith Basin County Extension Office. Aquifer Of The Judith River Basin, Montana.

Kevin Chandler. Stream-loss Recharge To The Madison Aquifer In Central Montana. Nick Tucci. An Examination of the Northern Summit Valley Organic Silt Paleosol, Butte, MT.

BREAK SESSION 2 (Concurrent) Mt Haggin Room SURFACE WATER & WATERSHED ANALYSIS - PART 1. The CREWS project will focus on three study sites: the upper Clark Fork River, the Judith River Watershed and the Powder River Basin. Research will explore how nutrients and contaminants affect water quality — from rivers and soils to the local communities that rely on clean water.

NATIONAL ASSESSMENT OF STATE BIOLOGICAL DATA SECOND DRAFT REPORT EPA Contract No. WD8 Prepared for: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office Of Water Regulations and Standards Monitoring and Data Support Division Washington, D.C. Prepared by: SCS Engineers Roger Bacon Drive Reston, Virginia () Septem Rogers, R.

Sequence analysis of the Upper Cretaceous Two Medicine and Judith River formations, Montana: A nonmarine response to the Claggett and Bearpaw marine cycles. Journal of Sedimentary Research, 68, – Google Scholar. Progress 10/01/18 to 09/30/19 Outputs Target Audience:Target audience 1: International and regional research community in agriculture and water management.

Judith River Watershed (JRW): Agricultural management practices and water quality. During this reporting period, our efforts have been focused on initiating our NSF EPSCoR funded Consortium for Research in Environmental Water Systems.

UCMP was collected from the Judith River Formation of Kennedy Coulee, Hill County, northcentral Montana, in beds equivalent to the lower Oldman Formation, with a published height of approximately 15 m above the Marker A Coal of the Taber Coal Zone of the Foremost Formation.

However, a remeasured section shows that the site was actually. Table of Contents F.2 Tongue River above the T&Y Diversion Dam () F-5 F.3 Tongue River at the Brandenberg Bridge () F-7 F.4 Tongue River at Birney Day School Bridge () F-9 F.5 Tongue River below the Tongue River Reservoir Dam () F F.6 Tongue River at the Montana-Wyoming State Line () F F.7 Tongue River at Monarch, Wyoming.

east of the Continental Divide (Upper Missouri River Basin upstream from and including the Judith River) is to restore secure conservation populations of WCT to 20% of the historic distribution (FWP ).

Populations of WCT are considered secure by FWP when they are isolated from non-native fish, typically by a physical fish passage barrier.

Water Quality and Productivity Enhancement in an Irrigated River Basin through Participatory Conservation Planning and Analysis. Water quality Best Management Practices in the Judith River Watershed: Use of Adaptive Research and Outreach to Improve Adoption.

Stephanie Ewing- Montana State University. a.m. The intensively used agricultural areas are identified as hotspots of non-point pollution. Therefore, nitrate losses can occur either on-site or off-site, making its pollution a common problem in any areas.

Surface waters facing a potential risk of nitrate contamination by runoff (Fenech et al., ) become a common way (Jégo et al., ). This is a list of pages in the scope of Wikipedia:WikiProject Montana along with pageviews.

To report bugs, please write on the Community tech bot talk page on Meta. List. Period: to Total views: 6, Updated:8 November (UTC). The Clark Fork River Superfund Site: Habitat Use And Movement In Relation To Environmental Factors.

Amber McGivern. Groundwater Quality In The Recently Reclaimed Silver Bow Creek Floodplain. Rick Mulder. Nitrate And Pesticide Impacts In Shallow Gravel Aquifers Of The Judith River Basin, Central Montana.

Ann Marie Reinhold. “Water quality best management practices in the Judith River watershed: use of adaptive research and outreach to improve adoption.” USDA Water Quality Program Watershed Research Grant.

Co-PI with S. Ewing, C. Jones, A. Sigler. ($,; 12/1//31/14). “Hydrologic and Ecological Impacts of Changes in Human Water Resource. Herding sheep in the Judith Basin at the turn of the century. The here and now happy hunting ground, Missouri Breaks. Here come the munchkins: 'round the world with the Missoula Children's Theatre; Here's to the sportsman: celebrating 50 years of Pittman-Robertson; Heritage museum [Libby] Heritage Museum, Heritage tourism: Montana's hottest.

Corbicula cytheriformis (Meek and Hayden, ) is reported from the Judith River series, Montana, and the Bitter Creek series, 2 miles west of Point of Rocks, Wyoming.

Corbicula (Veloritina) fracta (Meek, ) is reported from the Laramie Cretaceous of Black Buttes and Hallville, Wyoming. The exceptionally well-preserved holotype of the armoured dinosaur Borealopelta markmitchelli (Ornithischia; Nodosauridae) from the Early Cretaceous (Clearwater Formation) of northern Alberta preserves a distinct mass within the abdominal cavity.

Fourteen independent criteria (including: co-allochthony, anatomical position, gastroliths) support the interpretation of this mass as ingested. The Missouri River is the longest river in North America. Rising in the Rocky Mountains of western Montana, the Missouri flows east and south for 2, miles (3, km) before entering the Mississippi River north of St.

Louis, river takes drainage from a sparsely populated, semi-arid watershed of more than half a million square miles (1, km 2), which includes parts of ten U.

process overview is followed by the list of impaired waters organized by river basin, sub-major basin, and watershed. The impaired waters in each watershed are displayed on a map and listed on a table that placed on the "(d) List." The assessment method Montana uses for placing waters on the (d) List JUDITH JUDITH RIVER from Ross.

Tintina’s project. Considering nationwide economic conditions, both Meagher County and Montana reported lower than average unemployment rates for Augustwith 65 people or percent people and percent, respectively.

Meagher County and Montana “per capita” incomes are $18, and $22, respectively. • Region One Hazard Tree and Forest Management Environmental Assessment () • Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Statewide Integrated Noxious Weed Management Plan () • Forest Inventory and Sustained Yield Calculation () • Montana State Parks & Recreation Strategic Plan ().The Missouri River flows 2, miles (3, km) through the central United States, and is a tributary of the Mississippi is the longest river in North America and drains the third largest area, though only the thirteenth largest by Missouri's watershed encompasses most of the American Great Plains east of the Rocky Mountains, spanning parts of ten U.S.

states and two. In the last 30 years, the Two Medicine Formation of western Montana has provided a wealth of information about dinosaur reproductive biology. Here, we describe a fossil egg-bearing stratum that occurs approximately m above the base of the formation.

This site in the Sevenmile Hill outcrops south of Choteau, Montana, lies immediately above a volcanic tuff and bentonite, dated as Ma.