Water Quality - Fox River Watershed Investigation, Illinois State Water Survey

Water Quality

Fox River Watershed Investigation

In consultation with the Fox River Study Group, the Illinois State Water Survey (ISWS) has proposed a multi-phase water quality study of the Fox River watershed from Stratton Dam to the Illinois River confluence. Listed below are some of the componenets of this study including data collection, model development, and monitoring. Research findings will provide guidance for public and private planners and decision-makers.

Fox River Watershed Investigation Phase III: Model Calibration with Intensive Monitoring Data and Scenario Simulations

In consultation with the Fox River Study Group (FRSG), the Illinois State Water Survey (ISWS) has proposed a multi-phase water quality study of the Fox River watershed from Stratton Dam to the Illinois River confluence. The ultimate objective of the full study is to identify significant watershed issues and implement a watershed plan that will result in delisting Fox River from the list of impaired waters in Illinois. The full study includes data collection and analysis, model development, and monitoring (as a separate project). Research findings will provide guidance for public and private planners and decision-makers. Phase I was completed in 2004 and Phase II in 2009. [Read More ...]

Fox River Watershed Monitoring

Fox River Watershed Investigation, Stratton Dam to the Illinois River, Phase II Part 7

Proposal to Provide a Project Liaison for the Monitoring Program Initiated by the Fox River Study Group








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