Cane Creek and Little Cane Creek Watershed management plan to address e. coli impairment, Oconee County, SC

Authors
South Carolina Bureau of Water
Callahan, Katie
Zurqani, Hamdi
Clemson University. Center for Watershed Excellence
Keywords
Cane Creek and Little Cane Creek Watershed (S.C.) , Escherichia coli--South Carolina--Oconee County , Watershed management--South Carolina--Oconee County , Water quality management--South Carolina--Oconee County , Nonpoint source pollution--South Carolina--Oconee County
Abstract
This Watershed Management Plan intends to address the seemingly consistent water use impairments of bacteria loading to the Cane and Little Cane Creek Watershed. This watershed is the largest and most urban of the drainage basins to Lake Keowee, and a priority in addressing the sustained quality of that reservoir’s use for supplying drinking water and recreation. This plan may be considered unique in that it proposes short-term solutions and long-term strategies for the protection of environmental quality and its influence on quality of life in Oconee County.
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2020-01-29
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English
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South Carolina State Library
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South Carolina State Documents Depository
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