VILLAGE OF CROSS PLAINS: BEC Watershed Modeling Proj. Headwaters to Cross Plains, Phase 1

Purpose

The Village of Cross Plains will increase the understanding of the existing hydrologic system by developing a coupled groundwater and surface water model for the BEC watershed, segment Headwaters to Cross Plains. A full description of project scope and deliverables is available in the grant application, which is part of this agreement. The DNR will be provided with both a paper copy and an electronic copy of the final report. Information will be disseminated to the public as described in the grant application.

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River Grant
River Planning Grant
RP-076-04
2003
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Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
The Village of Cross Plains will increase the understanding of the existing hydrologic system by developing a coupled groundwater and surface water model for the BEC watershed, segment Headwaters to Cross Plains.
Rivers Planning Grant
The Village of Cross Plains will increase the understanding of the existing hydrologic system by developing a coupled groundwater and surface water model for the BEC watershed, segment Headwaters to Cross Plains.
Water Quality Modeling
The Village of Cross Plains will increase the understanding of the existing hydrologic system by developing a coupled groundwater and surface water model for the BEC watershed, segment Headwaters to Cross Plains.
Information and Education
The Village of Cross Plains will increase the understanding of the existing hydrologic system by developing a coupled groundwater and surface water model for the BEC watershed, segment Headwaters to Cross Plains.
Project Deliverable
The Village of Cross Plains will increase the understanding of the existing hydrologic system by developing a coupled groundwater and surface water model for the BEC watershed, segment Headwaters to Cross Plains.
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
The Village of Cross Plains will increase the understanding of the existing hydrologic system by developing a coupled groundwater and surface water model for the BEC watershed, segment Headwaters to Cross Plains.
 
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