Georgia Water Science Center

USGS Fact Sheet 2006-3114

Water Availability for Ecological Needs in the Upper Flint River Basin, Georgia

This report is available online in pdf format (2 MB): USGS FS 2006-3114 (Opens the PDF file in a new window. )

U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2006-3114, 4 pages (Published September 2006)

Picture of a stream in the Upper Flint River basin.The Flint River Science Thrust project of the U.S. Geological Survey is part of a federally funded program to address key national science priorities including landslides/debris flows, fire science, integrated landscape monitoring, and water availability. The purpose of the project is to advance the science needed to specify the hydrologic conditions necessary to support flowing-water ecosystems. This information is critical for management of water resources. Specific project goals include:


CONTENTS

UPPER FLINT RIVER BASIN

CHARACTERISTICS OF THE UPPER FLINT RIVER BASIN

Water-Supply and Instream-Flow Issues

Stormwater Runoff

Federally and State-Listed Aquatic Species

Water Quality and Aquatic Biological Integrity

SELECTED REFERENCES

 


REPORT AVAILABILITY

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