COLUMBIA COUNTY LWCD: Spring Creek Crk Targeted WQ Monitoring Part #1

Purpose

Review of Existing Information, Develop Model, Planning Meetings, Preliminary Watershed Scope/Analysis and Reporting Data review that will be carried out by UWSP staff and supervisors. This will include pulling together existing data, both historical and newly gathered and create a foundation for that information to work into the bigger project. ($5000) 1) UWSP Supervision and oversight, meetings, set up planning, documentation etc. ($3000) 2) Columbia County LWCD technical staff resources to set up, coordinate and get project moving along ($5000) 3) Develop rating curve, gathering in the field data to use for future calculation and coordination of water quality data ($5000) 4) Misc work, and transportion($1350) This component will largely consist of doing background work on existing data, the set up of the 5 sampling locations that will be used throughout project, and the ongoing in field data gathering related to the development of a rating curve that will be used in coordination with component #2 water quality data. A separate project report on accomplishments will be prepared for this project.

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River Grant
River Planning Grant
RP-195-11
2010
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Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
Review of Existing Information, Develop Model, Planning Meetings, Preliminary Watershed Scope/Analysis and Reporting Data review that will be carried out by UWSP staff and supervisors. This will include pulling together existing data, both historical and newly gathered and create a foundation for that information to work into the bigger project. ($5000) 1) UWSP Supervision and oversight, meetings, set up planning, documentation etc. ($3000) 2) Columbia County LWCD technical staff resources to set up, coordinate and get project moving along ($5000) 3) Develop rating curve, gathering in the field data to use for future calculation and coordination of water quality data ($5000) 4) Misc work, and transportion($1350) This component will largely consist of doing background work on existing data, the set up of the 5 sampling locations that will be used throughout project, and the ongoing in field data gathering related to the development of a rating curve that will be used in coordination with component #2 water quality data. A separate project report on accomplishments will be prepared for this project.
Watershed Mapping or Assessment
Review of Existing Information, Develop Model, Planning Meetings, Preliminary Watershed Scope/Analysis and Reporting Data review that will be carried out by UWSP staff and supervisors. This will include pulling together existing data, both historical and newly gathered and create a foundation for that information to work into the bigger project. ($5000) 1) UWSP Supervision and oversight, meetings, set up planning, documentation etc. ($3000) 2) Columbia County LWCD technical staff resources to set up, coordinate and get project moving along ($5000) 3) Develop rating curve, gathering in the field data to use for future calculation and coordination of water quality data ($5000) 4) Misc work, and transportion($1350) This component will largely consist of doing background work on existing data, the set up of the 5 sampling locations that will be used throughout project, and the ongoing in field data gathering related to the development of a rating curve that will be used in coordination with component #2 water quality data. A separate project report on accomplishments will be prepared for this project.
Data analysis, report production
Review of Existing Information, Develop Model, Planning Meetings, Preliminary Watershed Scope/Analysis and Reporting Data review that will be carried out by UWSP staff and supervisors. This will include pulling together existing data, both historical and newly gathered and create a foundation for that information to work into the bigger project. ($5000) 1) UWSP Supervision and oversight, meetings, set up planning, documentation etc. ($3000) 2) Columbia County LWCD technical staff resources to set up, coordinate and get project moving along ($5000) 3) Develop rating curve, gathering in the field data to use for future calculation and coordination of water quality data ($5000) 4) Misc work, and transportion($1350) This component will largely consist of doing background work on existing data, the set up of the 5 sampling locations that will be used throughout project, and the ongoing in field data gathering related to the development of a rating curve that will be used in coordination with component #2 water quality data. A separate project report on accomplishments will be prepared for this project.
Rivers Planning Grant
Review of Existing Information, Develop Model, Planning Meetings, Preliminary Watershed Scope/Analysis and Reporting Data review that will be carried out by UWSP staff and supervisors. This will include pulling together existing data, both historical and newly gathered and create a foundation for that information to work into the bigger project. ($5000) 1) UWSP Supervision and oversight, meetings, set up planning, documentation etc. ($3000) 2) Columbia County LWCD technical staff resources to set up, coordinate and get project moving along ($5000) 3) Develop rating curve, gathering in the field data to use for future calculation and coordination of water quality data ($5000) 4) Misc work, and transportion($1350) This component will largely consist of doing background work on existing data, the set up of the 5 sampling locations that will be used throughout project, and the ongoing in field data gathering related to the development of a rating curve that will be used in coordination with component #2 water quality data. A separate project report on accomplishments will be prepared for this project.
Informational Meetings
Review of Existing Information, Develop Model, Planning Meetings, Preliminary Watershed Scope/Analysis and Reporting Data review that will be carried out by UWSP staff and supervisors. This will include pulling together existing data, both historical and newly gathered and create a foundation for that information to work into the bigger project. ($5000) 1) UWSP Supervision and oversight, meetings, set up planning, documentation etc. ($3000) 2) Columbia County LWCD technical staff resources to set up, coordinate and get project moving along ($5000) 3) Develop rating curve, gathering in the field data to use for future calculation and coordination of water quality data ($5000) 4) Misc work, and transportion($1350) This component will largely consist of doing background work on existing data, the set up of the 5 sampling locations that will be used throughout project, and the ongoing in field data gathering related to the development of a rating curve that will be used in coordination with component #2 water quality data. A separate project report on accomplishments will be prepared for this project.
Project Deliverable
A separate project report on accomplishments will be prepared for this project.
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
Review of Existing Information, Develop Model, Planning Meetings, Preliminary Watershed Scope/Analysis and Reporting Data review that will be carried out by UWSP staff and supervisors. This will include pulling together existing data, both historical and newly gathered and create a foundation for that information to work into the bigger project. ($5000) 1) UWSP Supervision and oversight, meetings, set up planning, documentation etc. ($3000) 2) Columbia County LWCD technical staff resources to set up, coordinate and get project moving along ($5000) 3) Develop rating curve, gathering in the field data to use for future calculation and coordination of water quality data ($5000) 4) Misc work, and transportion($1350) This component will largely consist of doing background work on existing data, the set up of the 5 sampling locations that will be used throughout project, and the ongoing in field data gathering related to the development of a rating curve that will be used in coordination with component #2 water quality data. A separate project report on accomplishments will be prepared for this project.
 
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