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Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP)

Assessment of the Effects of Conservation Practices on Cultivated Cropland in the Ohio-Tennessee River Basin

Ohio-Tennessee River Basin CEAP Report Cover
Full report (PDF; 10.9 MB) - Detailed description of study methodology and findings. 174 pages.

Summary of Findings (PDF; 3.1 MB) - An 11-page overview of report methodology and findings.

A one-page summary (PDF; 0.1 MB) of study results.
 

Assessment of the Effects of Conservation Practices on Cultivated Cropland in the Great Lakes Region

Cover of Great Lakes CEAP report
Full report (PDF; 9.7 MB) - Detailed description of study methodology and findings. 174 pages.

Summary of Findings (PDF; 1.0 MB) - An 11-page overview of report methodology and findings.

A one-page summary (PDF; 0.1 MB) of study results.
 


Western Lake Erie Basin Conservation Tillage Study (2006 - 2010)


Grand Lake St. Mary's Watershed Study -  National Center for Water Quality Research, Heidelberg University

Analysis of Chickasaw Creek Concentrations and Loads: Summary of Major Findings, 2009-2011
Chickasaw Supporting Data (Excel; 358 kb)

Analysis of Chickasaw Creek Concentrations and Loads: Summary of Major Findings (PDF; 15 Kb)
Analysis of Chickasaw Creek Concentrations and Loads, Water Year 2009 (PDF; 656 Kb)


Rock Mill Dam in Fairfield County -

The Hunter’s Run Conservancy District is working on a proposed rehabilitation project for Rock Mill Dam in Fairfield County, Ohio.  Rock Mill Dam, constructed in 1960, is an earthfill dam designed and constructed as a high hazard structure for the purpose of reducing downstream flood damages along the Hocking River upstream of Lancaster, Ohio. Rock Mill Dam does not currently meet applicable NRCS or State of Ohio dam safety and performance standards for a high hazard dam.

Environmental Assessment for the Rehabilitation of Structure No. 9 (Rock Mill Dam) (PDF - 4.7 Mb)