Experience from the Cedar River TMDL. “Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico: Implications and Strategies for Iowa” Jim Baker Professor emeritus, ISU/IDALS October 16, 2008. Project personnel:. Jim Baker, ISU/IDALS Dean Lemke, IDALS Jack Riessen, IDNR Dan Jaynes, USDA-ARS
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“Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico:
Implications and Strategies for Iowa”
Professor emeritus, ISU/IDALS
October 16, 2008
HYPOXIA NUTRIENT COMMITTEEUMRSHNC
[Note that the draft P criterion for standing waters (i.e. lakes) in Iowa is being proposed at 0.035 mg/L].
Will we make decisions based on:
And will they include probability of success and cost/benefit analyses?